Question about Metz mecablitz 76 MZ-5 TTL Flash
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Mecablitz76 MZ5 remote
If you are using Pocket wizard you attach a hotshoe to pocket wizard adapter to the unit that usually fits on your camera hotshoe and attach this unit as usual to the 76mz5. There are various brackets that can secure and tidy the whole thing but you can manage without them if you wish. I got the paramount hotshoe to pocket wizard mini jack to do this £35 each from TFC and the bracket to fit the 76 MZ5 to a stroboframe bracket from speedgraphics at £17 and a one to fit the TTL controller to the 76mz 5 keeping it all tidy in all it cost £67 but makes a neet little unit that can be mounted on a stand and if you want to spend another £25 you can even attach a brolly. Great as a studio flash unit
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
Check the unit contact and ensure that it is correctly connected to the camera.
If that does not fix the problem, then there may be a fault. In that case the best thing to do is contacting Canon, validating product warranty, and discussing the problem with them.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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