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Metz 60 CT4

Have a 60CT4 which I would like to use with a Pentax K10D.
Would it be OK to use in manual with any of the Pentax modules?
Also is it possible to pack a battery with NIMH batteries for use with the Metz?
Thanks
Graham Scheer Photography.

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The Metz 60CT-4 uses Accu 60-38 4.5Ah @6V Pb battery.
Charging system is difference from NiMH battery.

Beside the voltage is only 1.2VDC per cell on NiMH battery.
Four cells will have a total of 4.8VDC.
If you got five (5) cells: 1.2 X 5 = 6.0VDC. Do not charge these cells with Metz. Use NiMH Charger for NiMH battery.

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