M6TTL and SF26?
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M6TTL and SF26?

I'm in the market for a small flash for my M6TTL. An SF20 seemed like the obvious answer, but I was curious if the newer SF26 works with the M6TTL? More specifically if TTL is supported with that combo.

Googling provided no definitive answers...

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The flash has was designed to be controlled using the cameras menu so there is no way to make adjustments when mounted on an analog camera.
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The flash has was designed to be controlled using the cameras menu so there is no way to make adjustments when mounted on an analog camera.
Thanks, I'll stick with getting an SF20 then. Don't need anything fancy anyway, just some occasional fill. Should do the trick.
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There is a later model than SF20, the SF24, which offers more control if you want to do weak fill flash. I'll look up details if you're interested.
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The SF24D is a great flash. I use it with my M6TTL. TTL works and there is no pre-flash which I like.

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Camera position: In general as shown in Fig. H and J, but according to requirements other positions are also possible or more practical.
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