Metz Mecablitz 50 AF-1 Digital for Nikon Flash
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    Metz Mecablitz 50 AF-1 Digital for Nikon Flash

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    • Suitable For: Mobile
    • Type: Flash
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      General Specifications
      • Brand
        • Metz
      • Model Name
        • Mecablitz 50 AF-1 Digital for Nikon
      • Type
        • Flash
      • Features
        • 50 mm at ISO 100 Guide Number, Flash Range Display in LCD, Automatic Unit Shut-off, Flip-out Reflector Card, Integrated Autofocus Flash Metering, Motor Zoom for 24 - 105 mm Illumination
      Flash Features
      • Guide Number
        • 50 mm at ISO 100
      Performance Features
      • Modes of Operation
        • TTL, i-TTL, D-TTL, 3D Flash, Manual Flash, Automatic Fill-in Flash, Servo flash
      • Number of Flashes
        • 210 (1.5 V Alkaline Batteries), 90 (1.2 V Nicad Batteries), 250 (1.2 V NiMH Batteries), 460 ( 1.5 V Lithium Batteries)
      • Recycling Time
        • 3.5 secs (1.5 V Alkaline Batteries), 3.5 secs ( 1.2 V Nicad Batteries), 3.5 secs (1.5 V Lithium Batteries)
      Power Features
      • Power Source
        • Four 1.5 V Alkaline-magnesium (AA-size) Batteries, Four 1.5 V Lithium (AA-size) Batteries, Four NC (AA-size) Batteries, Four NiMH (AA-size) Rechargeable Batteries
      Dimensions
      • Weight
        • 343 g
      Warranty
        • 1 Year
      Ratings and Reviews
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      4

      Good optical slave

      I have been dying to experiment with an off camera strobe for a really long time. However, because the prices of the Nikon flashes were quite high, I had to keep pushing my plan of purchasing one of those flashes (SB-600/700/800 etc) time and again. In the meantime I got a very handy flash unit, the Sunpak PZ42X which fulfilled my bouncing needs very nicely. Only problem: I could not use it as an optical slave. That was when I chanced upon this Metz 50 and bought it. I have been playing aroun...
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      Rahul Pradhan

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      8 Apr, 2012

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