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I am trying to use the Metz 54mz4 with the adapter 3502.

 

The manuel says it will work with, M8, M9 etc.

 

Nothing about the S2

 

First question is this compatible, if so

 

what features will I lose out, TTL, HSS---?

 

May be it is NOT compatible and I have to buy the SF58.

 

Any and all suggestions welcome.

 

Leicad.

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The Metz 54mz4 is compatible with the S2 and works fine with the 3502 adapter. I have the same combination.

HSS works too, sync at 1/1000 with the CS lenses. Not that you end up with a whole lot of light in the HSS-setting, but it works.

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The Metz 54mz4 is compatible with the S2 and works fine with the 3502 adapter. I have the same combination.

HSS works too, sync at 1/1000 with the CS lenses. Not that you end up with a whole lot of light in the HSS-setting, but it works.

 

 

 

Thank you, it will save me $650 which I can put away towards a NEW lens.

 

Thanks,

 

Leicad

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