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I've got a Reefmaster/Sealife RC-35 35mm camera but am hesitant to buy the external flash that goes with it because I'll probably buy a digital camera in the next couple years and haven't got the money to spread around.
The external flash unit for the RC-35 works by mounting the external flash so that the built in flash triggers it. No other connections or wiring are needed, so it needs to be just the right geometry w/r/t the mounting threads and the built in flash window.
Here's the question: If I buy a digital camera (like any of the Sealife's or anything else for that matter), will the flash become instantaneously obsolete when I buy the digital u/w camera? Thx!