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Subject: [Leica] older Metz shoe flash info?
From: leica_korenman at (eric)
Date: Sun Apr 17 19:08:07 2005
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For those interested I found a PDF file listing older Metz flashes and their 
appropriate SCA adapters.

seems to imply that the older 32 models can be used with the SCA 3502 as 
long you use a connection cable and SCA 3000 C.

I, of course, have NO idea what that means..

Maybe I am better off with window light.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mark Rabiner" <>
To: "Leica Users Group" <>
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2005 6:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Leica] older Metz shoe flash info?

> On 4/17/05 9:13 AM, "Bill O'Connell" <> typed:
>> Eric,
>>   I looked around for some info on my 32CT3 looking to see what foot fit 
>> it
>> but did not find anything.  It has the generic single contact foot on it
>> now.  Was thinking of using it on the M7.  Currently it's collecting a 
>> fine
>> patina of dust :->
>> Bill
> I have found my hit ratio with TTL to be about 99.9 percent but in the
> decade and a half before with "A" to be say 92 percent which is more than
> ok. We all loved it at the time. The pictures are still visible.
> The "non hit's" being off maybe more than a half stop.
> "A" is just groovy.
> And opens up the options with flash use. Using many companies flashes.
> Mark Rabiner
> Photography
> Portland Oregon
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