Any issue on using a modern flash on Hasselblad 500 c/m?

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  1. Alessandro

    Alessandro New Member

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    I speak about flash as:

    Yongnuo
    LumoPro
    Metz
     
  2. Olof B

    Olof B Member

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    As long as the flash can be trigged by the PC-socket on the lens they should work.

    If they don't have any automatic mode you will have to calculate with the guide number to get the correct aperture.
    You won't have any TTL if you don't use the Metz that are compatible with the 503-bodies, ELX/ELD and 200-bodies.
    Example of flash is the Metz 45 CT-4 (which was modified and sold as the Hasselblad Proflash 4504)

    But some flashes have an automatic mode which makes the some kind of half automatic (compared to TTL).
     
  3. Alessandro

    Alessandro New Member

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    So for the Yongnuo should be YN-560II or the previous model.
    For the LumoPro, everything.
    For Metz speaking about the
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    i don't sure :confused: if the minimum should be the :
    Mecablitz 50 AF-1 digital

    but it's a lot expensive. :(
     
  4. Alessandro

    Alessandro New Member

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    I have made a quick search on the Web - put aside the huge weight - is possible find You must be logged in to see this link analogic at cheap price also, reading this article:
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    seem that is possible use even the:
    Which are the main differences between the Metz 45 CT-4 and the 45 CL-1?
     

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