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    Default METZ Flash on Canon Cameras

    Hello!

    I own a METZ flash and I use it on my EOS 300. I am thinking of getting a 20D and I am wondering whether the flash I have is compatible with 20D and if not, what should I do?

    Your advice will be very much appreciated.

    Thank you very much.

    Bee

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    Default Re: METZ Flash on Canon Cameras

    I think you need a new adaptor for the ETTL II to work..?
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    Default Re: METZ Flash on Canon Cameras

    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    I think you need a new adaptor for the ETTL II to work..?
    Thanks so much for the reply.
    How does an adaptor look like? Do you know how much will it cost?
    Thanks again.

    Cheers,
    Bee

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    Default Re: METZ Flash on Canon Cameras

    NO!
    so sorri for shouting,
    but the new 3102 WON'T work with canon's DSLR e-ttl2.
    it won't even allows u to shoot with anything
    other than Manual or Fully Program mode.
    quite useless.
    use ur old M leg which allows all the
    mode u want to use.
    if ur leg has a M2 on it,
    u might want to do a firmware downgrade
    with J&J at Boon Lay.
    to try it out,
    u can come down to my shop at Delfi orchard
    with my set.

    call/sms me @ 9 10 11 233 first though.

    jude

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    Default Re: METZ Flash on Canon Cameras

    Quote Originally Posted by _BEE_
    Thanks so much for the reply.
    How does an adaptor look like? Do you know how much will it cost?
    Thanks again.

    Cheers,
    Bee
    believe what +evenstar is refering to the
    SCA hotshoe adaptor.
    some Metz model's lower portion is detachable
    and can switch to 'legs' for different camera's.

    jude

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