TTL is not supported on the TLA 360 Flash if you are shooting with the ND or N1 in Manual Mode. I don't believe the EC on the flash side works either if you are shooting w/ the flash in Auto Mode and the N1 / ND in Manual Mode. Does anybody have a work around for fill flash if you are shooting in Manual Mode on the N1/ND?
- they list a photocopy of the TLA 360 manual for around 13 Euros plus postage. The standard manual comes in English, French, German and Spanish - I'm certain that oldtimercameras won't have an Italian version.
The problem with trying to scan the manual is that it is 164 pages and is 'perfect-bound' which means that if you flatten it in a scanner, it will break the spine and the pages will drop out. I think the photocopy is your best option - unless someone here has a copy in pdf.
This is the best I could do, guys - its binding is not very much convenient to place it in a scanner. I did it in 200dpi - enough even for printing. Dirk, for some reason I don't see "Upload" link on the brochures page. But it's ok - I pleaced the archive here:
. I'll keep it there for a long time. Dirk, you may shrink those files to any size you prefer (ImageMagik+simple perl script may do that in a batch mode) and form a kind of book, like you did with RTS III and other manuals. BTW - only after reading the manual you published, I finally decided to buy the RTS III. Thank you.
the brochures pages are HTML and fix. There is no upload option except for me via the server.
You can upload the scan here in the forum as a new thread for each scan. Like posting a comment/ uploading a photo within a posting. If you give the thread a meaningful name of the document you scanned, it is easy for everybody to search and find:
this is a misunderstanding. I did not mean the title of this thread. I just meant that if you upload your SCAN into the forum into a NEW thread, please name it like "Contax TLA 360 manual PDF" or something similar.
But you can upload it also in this thread here and I can move the whole thread into the "manuals" section. Whatever you prefer.
But if you leave it on your server (which is fine for me), be aware of the traffic/ bandwith (=costs) that might generate for you over the time.