Question about Metz 60CT-1 Flash
What do all the knobs on top mean? how does one know to adjust
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
This is a so-called computer flash. This means that a built-in sensor measures the intensity of the reflected from the object (in the central field of viewing angle) and adjust the flash power in accordance with the film and lens speeds. The dial on top of the flash head is a calculator, you have to set the film sensitivity by turning the central dial then, turning the whole disk, set the aperture you wanna yse at the shot. The meter/feet dial on the rim shows the maximum distance the object will be properly illuminated at.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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