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| p.1 #7 · Mini TT1, Flex TT5.... and Hasselblad? |
Direct from PW's customer support...
Thank you for your inquiry. You can indeed use power control with remote Speedlites in this mode! You may notice a sync limitation, due to the longer packets that contain the flashe's power control information, but then again, with a leaf shutter, you may not notice it.
You'd need to place the MiniTT1 into an adapter that allows for a center pin sync out, such as one of the ones listed on this page: http://flashzebra.com/hotshoes-shoes/flash-hotshoes.shtml
I'd recommend one that has a miniphone jack, as it's a bit more secure than PC sync.
You'd connect your MiniTT1 into that adapter, and then run a cord from the adapter's plug to the PC sync port on your lens. When the Hasselblad sends a sync signal through it's PC sync port, it'll travel along the cord to the adapter and trigger your flashes.
You will need to use all the Zones in either Manual or Off, and the remote Speedlites must be in TTL mode on the back of the flash (as normal with AC3 operation.)
If you have any further questions, feel free to let me know - just reply to this email and keep the case number in the subject line.