Will Canon TTL flash cord work with M4/3?

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Jim Kaye
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Will Canon TTL flash cord work with M4/3?
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I've read that the layout and functions of contacts on a Canon-compatible flash shoe are the same as for M4/3. (On looking at a picture of a 3rd party Canon-compatible TTL flash cord on the B & H web site, it seems to me there is one extra small contact compared with my EM-1 hotshoe -- I suppose it may be used in the Canon system but maybe it's not necessary for a M4/3 flash to work properly -- or maybe I'm not seeing the picture correctly.)

The reason I'm asking is that I want a 2-meter cord, but I'd prefer a simpler one like this (if it works with M4/3):

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/749773-REG/Vello_OCS_C6_TTL_Off_Camera_Flash_Cord.html

to a specifically Olympus/Panasonic-compatible one that is more elaborate with a swivel mount built in:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/609481-REG/Dot_Line_RS_0442_2_RPS_TTL_Off_Camera_Flash.html

or one like this with an extra hot shoe on top:

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1005408-REG/energizer_ene_ttlu_multi_fit_ttl_flash_cord.html

(I don't see an Olympus/Panasonic-specific 2-meter Vello TTL cord like the one above -- only versions for Canon, Nikon, and Sony/Minolta.)

Can anyone please confirm that Canon-compatible TTL cords work with Olympus/Panasonic?

Sorry if this has been asked before -- I did a search and looked through the first 100 or so posts I saw but didn't come up with anything relevant.

Thanks in advance.

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