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I have an A58 and have had  some great results with it but I cant get my head around this hot shoe. Firstly what TTL flash is compatible with this shoe as it is and secondly what adaptor do I need to convert the hot shoe so I can use Minolta Yongnuo flash etc. 

 

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The Sony flash units that have their name end with M (no AM) like HVL-F20M, HVL-F32M, F43M or F60M.

With the 32M, you will lose the AF illuminator function since it was designed for the mirrorless cameras that use a different system that is built-into the camera body.

The Sony made adapter to the older Minolta / Sony shoe is called: ADP-MAA

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