Overview of Flash Function
Using other types of flash
●Use of non-Pentax flash units may damage the camera. For the best results, use a Pentax dedicated flash unit.
●Some large studio type flashes may have inverted contacts, and will therefore not fire when attached to a 672 camera.
For further information, contact the flash unit manufacturer. To prevent the view from being vignetted by the second shutter
curtain, it is recommended that you use a shutter speed one step slower than the flash sync speed.
●The secondary functions do not work when the cord is connected to the X-sync terminal only.
CAMERA FUNCTION TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C TYPE D
After the flash is charged, the camera automatically
switches to the flash-sync speed (1/30 of a second). NNNN
Flash confirmation signal in the viewfinder and LCD panel
TTL auto flash NNN
Slow-speed sync in the Metered Manual Mode NNNN
Trailing-shutter-curtain sync flash*2NN
Contrast-control flash mode*2N
TYPE A : AF540FGZ, AF500FTZ*3, AF330FTZ, AF360FGZ *1 : The AF200SA and AF201SA do not operate.
TYPE B : AF400FTZ, AF240FT *2 : The shutter speed is 1/15 or slower.
TYPE C : AF400T, AF280T, AF220T, AF200T, AF201SA,
*3 : Multi-burst and slave-sync flash are possible.
TYPE D : AF200S, AF160, AF140