#067M L U 400ws TTL M E POWER PACK D With microMANUAL Y 1. Deluxe TTL/TTM Pack operates full TTL or Manually from 400ws to 6ws. In TTL Mode Pack must be connected to a TTL Flash Head and a TTL compatible camera with Quantum or Metz module. E I N 2. Recycle Time is 2.5 seconds @ 200ws, 1.3 sec @ 100ws. C 3. Runs from any size Lumedyne P 0 1 O R T 0 R W I A C L L S T TTL Up and Runnin in 60 Seconds TTL System From 3ws to 2400ws 4 200ws or 400ws TTL Power Packs. 4 4 4 4 N 6 The Worlds Fastest Most Powerful H Battery, Vehicle Adaptor or AC Power Supply. 4. Accepts other Modules to increase power (Boosters), and/or decrease recycling time (High Speed Modules). 5. Will work Two Flash Heads TTL without special modules or adaptor cables. E Y F L R E 3 E 4 T 6 6 8 Lumedyne Phone: (727) 847-5394 Fax: (727) 841-0000 Help Line: 800-lumedyne 800-586-3396 E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Web : www.lumedyne.com 4 4 4 Attach charged Battery to Pack. Screw on TTL Flash Head to Pack. Place the appropriate TTL Module in the camera’s Hot Shoe. Connect the Cord of the TTL Module to the Flash Head. Push the Switches up on the Power Pack to the TTL position. Select the TTL Confirmatone™ On or Off. (Not MicroManual™) Make sure Camera and Flash Head are on. Go Shoot! In addition to the Lumedyne System, (TTL Pack, Head, Battery, Shooting TTL and Charger) the appropriate Quantum or Metz™Ô TTL Module is necessary to function between the TTL Camera and the Lumedyne TTL System. The back of the Flash Head comes with a Quantum or Metz™ connector. You can obtain the correct module for your camera from your Lumedyne Dealer. See list below. Ô Quantum # Camera QF10 Olympus QF11 Minolta X QF12 Nikon QF13N Canon QF14 Minolta XI QF15 Contax QF16 Leica QF17 Pentax QF18 Rollei QF19 Hasselblad QF20 Bronica QF22 Mamiya QF51 20 ft. Extension Cord Assuming the Battery, Head and TTL connector are attached, and the TTL Camera is on, all you have to do is set the White Switchto the top #2 position. (Micro TTL/A; Red Switch position does not matter.) The Confirm-A-Tone switchshould also #5 be set to either the Right position,Tone, or the center position, No Tone. If switch is in the far left #5 position, and the White Switch is at the #2top, then the Pack is in microManual Mode; not in TTL Mode. To make sure the Pack is in TTL Mode, push the White Switch to the #2top, and make sure the Confirm-ATone Switchis set #5 to either the Tone On, or Tone Off position. Manual Operation #067M Pack have two Manual Modes. Regular Manual operation is achieved through the use of the two Switches . (Red and #2 White) The White switch on the right should be in the Middle postition. Then, the Red switch on the left operates in three positions: 400ws - 200ws - 100ws. Both Switches are color coded with white area on the label for the respective positions. While in the Manual Mode the microManual Switches on the bottom do not function. About the Lights Recycle Light stays (#1)on during recycling. The light goes out when the Pack is ready to shoot. From time to time the light will flash as the Pack maintains power. The OK Light(appears (# 4) clear) glows green for a couple of seconds when a correct TTL exposure was made. It comes on and stays on when the Pack is in the microManual mode, as does the Red Ready Lightnext to(#3) it. The Ready Light also(#3) lets you know when you are r eady to make a TTL exposure by steadily glowing red in microManual. MicroMANUAL 1 2 4 5 6 7 3 MicroManual operation, is a Manual Mode achieved through setting the TTL Switch to the top, #2 and sliding Switch all#5 the way to the left, to the color coded section (red) on the bottom of the label. In this Mode both the OK 4)3)and Ready Lights will come on and stay on. The left Switch, is a #6 One Stop Increment switch down to 6ws on the #067M Pack. The right slider Switch #7 , is a One Stop Fine Tuning Switch, allowing for adjustments between stops and making the lowest settings for the Pack s to be one stop less. (3ws) The Normal position for the slider Switch , is at the#7 bottom of the Pack (in the High setting). Recycle time in microMANUAL is no faster than 2 frames per second. Taking pictures Before the unit has fully recycled will result in incorrect exposures. During Recycling certain Cameras (Canon and Hasselblad in particular) will operate the Lights in a non-traditional manner .