Question about Metz 60CT-1 Flash
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Metz 45 CT-1 Outup Calibration
I have a 45CT-1 Service Manual, but it's in German. If I knew what to look for, I could probably find what you want. I know some German, but not enough to follow the technical description in the manual.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The dial on the top does nothing to the flash. It's just a guide, like a simple ruler.
You just set your ASA/ISO (Yellow Line) to Orange DIN/ASA Number to match your camera's ASA/ISO.
Then just read those Scale of F Stops to outside to get FT/M (Feet or Meter).
The true meter from flash is on Handle of flash:
Set Orange Horizontal Line to ASA/ISO Number to match camera.
Set Left Slider, push up & down, to the F Stop that you wanted to shoot.
You have 6 Auto Sensor F Stops
1 for M (Motordrive)
1 for W (Winder)
Hope they are helpful on all photographers using Metz 60CT-1 Flash.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
SOURCE: Metz 45 CT 1
I had that same problem also, but mines was temporarly. Ik think the condensor inside the Metz has to regeneratie (recover) itself by using with a full charged fresh batteries. The high freq. sound is normal. (although not to loud) after a 5 MINUTES the orange bulb should light up. How more u used how better the start-up time. My old Metz start-up time was around 40 sec. and now ot is within 7 sec.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
The trigger voltage of the 45CL-1 is about 12V, so it should be safe to connect directly to the hot shoe with an adaptor, or to the pc soclet, if the D90 has one. If the D90 is anything like my Canon 40D, which can stand about 30V on the hot shoe, then all the 45CL series will be ok, as they have trigger voltages between 9V and 12V. The 45CT-5 has a trigger voltage of 15V and works well on the 40D. I use 3 different Metz 45 models with my 40D and all work well on automatic, where the flash sensor itself controls the light output.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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