I have a D70. You can trigger the Bees (or any freestanding strobe system) with the D70 the same as you would with any SLR or pro camera, and some P&S cameras. Since the camera has a hot shoe, you can use Pocket Wizards, or infared transmitters like the Wein system. I've used them for years on all kinds of strobes, and you can get receivers to plug into household connectors or phone jacks or whatever. The Wein prices have gone up a bit since I first bought mine over 15 years ago, but I think they're still cheaper than PWs (you don't need the most high powered infareds if you're indoors). I've even used them outside in sunlight and at night, although sometimes you do need to be able to point the transmitter at the receiver, and so I finally broke down and bought a set of PWs myself recently, but they won't get used much.
Because the D70 doesn't have a PC sync terminal, you can use the AS-15 to attach a PC cord, but I don't like having wires running all over the studio. I suppose you could use a hot-shoe based speedlight to trigger the Bees, but I would set the output to manual and turn it down to its lowest power setting so it does not affect the exposure, and recycles fast. You could also point it straight up or out to the side. It will bounce off the walls and trigger the Bees, and you don't need much output to do that.
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