There are so many different ones on the Metz web site I cant figure it out. So here's my question - what cable?Thanks for any replies.The SCA3702 should give you a Pentax-compatible hotshoe connection. Then you will need the Pentax 5p cables. See Boz:As well as a 5p cable, you will need a hotshoe adapter Fg and an off-camera adapter F.GEdit: Just read back and seen that the Metz is not TTL/P-TTL. That being the case, I should just buy a flash sensor off Ebay, and trigger it with the cheapest manual flash you can buy on the camera.
The main reason for moving all the way to the K20D is the limited ISO range of the Z-system. It has a maximum sensitivity of ISO 1600 (AutoISO)Flash sensitivity is 320 ISO so I really don't know how to test the camera's ability to meet the speed/contrast requirement easily. And autofocus is almost useless I think so I use manual focusing for most flash work.I use the 1.7 TC and it helps get the highest resolution shots. The flash appears to have a diffuser built in. Two things I found that have made me feel better about relying on it are that it is built into the camera so if something breaks it is broke and it has double pans and zooming set up beyond what I have found works properly in the manual.Metz Mecablitz 30 Bct 4 Manual d2c66b5586