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Desperately seeking documentation: Hanimex TZ1*34 (Nikon dedicated module)

Thomas Good , Jan 29, 2009; 11:46 a.m.

Hello, does any kind soul have a link to a manual (preferably pdf as time is a consideration) for a Hanimex TZ1*34 flash? The firm is Australian and the documentation is tough to locate. The device has a Nikon dedicated module and seems to function on my Nikon N50 and/or N70 - it has two auto modes as well as manual. I will run a roll of bw through the N50 tonight. using the auto functionality of the Hanimex - at 1/125 A(perture Priority) on the 50 as Program mode produces a TTL error. But I would prefer to shoot manual - if anyone knows the guide number for this flash please clue me in. TIA! (I bought this on ebay and the seller indicated that his father had used it with a Nikkormat - I cannot do this as there is no visible port on the flash so I am not able to attach a sync cable...odd, perhaps I am simply missing something obvious).

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