Metz 76mz-5 and a fuji s5pro with a sca 3402 adapter
Im having real trouble with my new kit can anyone help?
I wanted it to ttl fully automatically so I wouldnt have to mess about with exposures too much when im on a job (wedding/ event) but the exposures are all over the place
and there isnt any instructions concerning this set up
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I checked out a SL2000F that had good pictures on eBay. I see a standard hot shoe on the side of the camera. That being said, neither a standard shoe connection nor a pc outlet will give you TTL on the Metz. TTL is Transistor to transistor logic (or for camera store people, through the lens) A sensor that reads the light from the actual plane of the shutter is required to allow the Metz to give TTL operation. It will work on the Auto setting, but the Rollei does not have the sensor as described.
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
It is likely the capacitor in the battery pack. If they are not powered up every month, they dry out resulting in long power up and recycle times. You'll need to get it replaced to rejuvenate your 60 CT-4 to its original spec.
Many electronics for analog (film) cameras will not work with digital. It is a huge frustration for me. See http://www.metz.de/en/photo_electronics/adapter.143.html -- You may have acceptable performance if you put the flash in "A" mode....Dave