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New Metz Mecablitz M360 Flashgun

The Metz Mecablitz M360 Flashgun is ideal for compact mirrorless camera users as it's lightweight and small.

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Metz Mecablitz M360 Flashgun

 

The New Metz Mecablitz M360 is a compact, fully-featured TTL flash that offers intuitive operation and is ideal for mirrorless compact cameras as well as DSLRs.

With its compact size and low weight, it takes up very little room in a camera bag and as it's easy to use, the flashgun is suited for both beginners and experienced enthusiasts. 

There are only two buttons found on the Metz Mecablitz M360, one which switches the device on/off and a second which displays the various operating states of the M360 (flash ready, exposure OK, standby etc.), it also triggers the test-flash.

The camera determines the correct illumination of the subject via TTL (through-the-lens) metering and the maximum guide number of 36 at ISO 100 provides enough power for almost all lighting requirements. The M360 can also be synchronised to the first or second shutter curtain (if your camera supports this feature). 

Other additional features include a power zoom (24-105mm), fully swivelling head, extendable reflector card and integrated wide-angle diffuser (14mm). 

Metz also offers firmware updates, via a micro USB socket, allowing you to keep the device up-to-date.

The Metz Mecablitz M360 is available now in various fits for £99.99.


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