If you are looking for a compact rig (for MF!) you should get a bronica speed grip that has a hot shoe on it. I have used my Nikon sb800 with the speed grip on the SQ-A, and it works fine. You will likely have to run the figures and do the math since it's not TTL. Another option (there are many) would be to get a pc sync to hot shoe or wireless triggers. Like film_man said, the pc sync on the speedlight is nice. Most higher-end lights will have this, but can be pricey. But there are many affordable speedlights that are manual and can be triggered by the hot shoe. (vivitar, chinon are two that come to mind)
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