Yup, that'd be the metz 45 CT-4 with the SCA390 built-in. The TTL on Hasselblad is great. Except when you have a CX or CXI and you routinely use 800 or 1600 speed films. Try doing a -1 fill with that combo. That won't work. Therefore, I "keep" myself kept up on manually calcualations (remembering how to set the auto-computer on the flash) so I can do this quickly (such as during a wedding).

Otherwise, I'll use the TTL setting. I was in Martha's Vineyard this last week and did a few shots against the setting of West ____ (yeh, that lighthouse) while on the ferry coming back to the mainland. Of course, I was shooting with a 350CT* and a metz 40MZi-3 in 105mm mode...in TTL.

Later, I changed to NPZ for the drive up the Cape, which would have pushed the ISO dial beyond it's capability on my 503CXi. So, back to manual mode I went...meter for the background with the PME45, select the aperture, change the flash to be 1 number smaller...

Of course, this was Thursday, and the weather could have been a bit better...