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TTL/OTF (through the lens, of the film) is a method of controlling exposure with flash. While the shutter is open the flash fires, the light hits the film and is partially reflected and picked up by a sensor in the camera. When an appropriate amount of light has exposed the film, when considering the film speed, the flash is turned stopped. This happens automatically in a fraction of a second with no operator involvement.
Many Hasselblad camera bodies have TTL/OTF sensors, such as the 503CX, 503CW, 500EL/X, plus the 200 series. These can be connected to a standard SCA300 Metz flash unit, with this adapter, to provide easy and accurate use of a flash.
Supplied with camera sync cable.
Cosmetic: Light surface wear to the exterior.
Mechanical: Fully working. Strong and no damage. There is a very common failure point on these cables – the flex will degrade and come away from the body. This item doe not have either of these defects.
Electrical: The cable has come away from the body operation is not affected. This is really, really, really common and often concealed with a piece of black insulation tape. Be careful when looking at pictures.
Cosmetic Condition: 4
(Signs of light use, but not misuse. No other cosmetic damage.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)