Sony's off-camera cables, like the FA-CC1AM seem to use the older style connector, like on the NEX-7, and not the new connector like on the NEX-6, and the HVL-F60M flash. I see some universal cables, like the Nissin SC-01 and Vello Universal Duo TTL Off-Camera Flash Cord which have a similar-looking shoe, however they all lack the tiny little connectors at the leading edge of the shoe on the HVL-F60M and NEX-6, which I believe is how the HVL-F60M transmits TTL to the Sony NEX-6. Does anybody know where I can get an off-camera flash cable that will work and transmit all information?
So a cable that works with the new shoe is not available, so, to use cable, because both my camera and my flash use the 'new shoe', I have to buy 2 adapters to convert the camera and flash into the old shoe, and buy the 'old shoe' cable? That seems pretty silly. Since a flash cable is such a standard item I would have thought there would be a flash cable that worked with the new shoe.
BTW, do you know if I buy one of those 3rd party cables that uses the same 'new shoe', will the flash still work, and will it still have TTL?
if you want to connect the HVL-F60M with a cable off camera to the NEX-6 you just need to buy one adapter: the ADP-MAA. Then connect the Sony flash cable FA-CC1AM to the adater on the camera and plug it to the connector on the side of the flash (no adapter required). The adapter sells for 25 USD.