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I am trying to set up my fuji xt20 with a godox v860ii and a godox x1tf controler for HSS. in my camera my TTL function is not available and i cannot figure out how to make that option selectable.

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CAMERA ON P , FLASH ON TTL , AND LENSE ON F22
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possibly the ribbon has come out of it's socket. Or it is damaged.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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SOURCE: I've mislaid my manual for my Metz 54. I haven't

Not sure what S6 pro is, but if the flash doesn't fire in TTL then the flash is not support the type of TTL in the camera. I had the same problem with Nikon flashes on Nikon bodies. Perhaps you need a newer SCA adapter? Please go on http://www.metz.de/en/photo-electronics/sca-adapter/archive.html to check which adapter you need

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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