Excerpt: Initially purchased the Metz for my Phase One camera. After I sold it, I purchased a Nikon 7100. The SCA 3402 module works perfectly with the Metz flash and Nikon 7100. They communicate fully. Glad I was able to keep this wonderful flash unit and use it on a different camera.
Pros: Easy To Pack, Easy to Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Compatible with D7000 I use Metz 54MZ-4. Previously, I used this flash with Canon bodies. Currently, I use it with Nikon D7000. By getting the module, my flash works perfectly fine with this new camera body. I actually had sold Nikon flash as I prefer Metz because I've used it for a long time.
Excerpt: I prefer the Metz Flash system to dedicated camera flashes. I operate Nikon and Leica cameras, the interchangeable Metz modules mean that my Mecablitz 44 MZ-2 delivers all the features of a dedicated Nikon flash on my Nikons and by changing the flash shoe module delivers all features on my Leicas.
Pros: Easy To Pack, Easy to Use, Flexible Use, Lightweight, Reliable, Strong Construction
Excerpt: This unit is being used on Mecablitz 54 MZ-3, and a Leica R8 camera. I recently obtained a Nikon D40X. I wanted to use the 54 MZ-3 with it, SCA3502 was not compatable. The purchase of the SCA 3002 allowed me use this flash with the 54 MZ-3, --- NO PROBLEMO (so far).
Excerpt: This module truly integrates my Nikon D2x and my Metz 760. When it works--it renders superb--and I mean SUPERB results. I am still getting used to it, however, and about 30% of my shots are not usable. I am trying to figure out why.