Metz Mecablitz 32 Z-2 Operating Instructions - Multi Language (6). Metz Mecablitz 45 CL 1 Operating Instructions - Dual Language FL1228-Metz45CL1. I have the manual and I am using it with my 6900z. Let me know if you need some info. Regards, JPM-- hide signature -. Metz Mecablitz 32 Z-1.
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Vert. horiz. Master Slave Groups/Ch. Trigger Input Size (mm) Weight (g) Power Production Comments Tests/Reviews Metz Mecablitz 24 AF-1C Digital dedicated 35 none 24 E-TTL no yes -/- no 1/30000 - 1/500 ≤8 0 - 90 no no no 95x 67 x 64 182 (incl. Bat.) 4x AA Tumax 2010 firmware updates via Metz Service Metz Mecablitz 26 AF-1C Digital dedicated (24) 35 (85) none () 20 (26) E-TTL V-LED (30lux) preflash/V-LED -/- no ≤8 0 - 90 no no Canon IR* 85 x 85 x 63 115 2x AAA 2014 *compatible with Canon's classic wireless TTL system; USB port for firmware updates; diffuser and tele screen are detachable and included Metz Mecablitz 26 AF-2C dedicated (24)? (85) none ()?
• Further available are Metz Mecabounce MBC-10 for Canon Speedlite 580EX II and MBC-11 for Canon Speedlite 430EX II. Vert. horiz. Master Slave Groups/Ch. Trigger Input Size (mm) Weight (g) Power Production Comments Tests/Reviews Metz Mecablitz 15 MS-1 50 -/- 15 Remote E-TTL* no yes M (≥1/64) ≤5 yes no optical 144 x 133 x 38 190 2x AAA Metz 2008 compatible with filter sizes of 52 & 58mm by default, 62 - 72mm optionally; firmware upgrade via USB; includes a bouncing plate/diffuser recommended for working distances of ≤10cm General Notes: 1.) I do my best to list every flashlight here, that features at least TTL and is dedicated to Canon EOS.
Speedlites without TTL are not listed, or they are in some exceptions marked in an appropriate way (X-Contact for example). Flashes that are not in this list are most probably not featuring one of the TTL modes supported by Canon EOS. However, nobody's perfect. If I am missing something here, let me know. 2.) Metz remote system is not compatible with Canon or Sigma (exceptions: MB 15 MS-1, 44AF-1 Digital, 48 + 50AF-1 and 58 AF-1 + 2, which are in turn again not compatible with Metz's old remote system). 3.) JFYI, the meaning of series shorties: AF as usually means auto focus, CT means computer thyristor (CT series was succeeded by the CL series), MZ means Motor Zoom (MZ flashes are all part of the SCA system).
Finally just a guess, CS might well stand for Computer Slave, MS for Macro Slave. 4.) Metz have a production contract with Tumax for the entry level models of 20's, 24's and 36's series, incl. MB 24 AF-1 and MB 36 AF-5 Digitals.
According to Metz, in contrary to some www rumors, the MB 28 CS-2 is truly Made in Germany. However, Metz says in charge for all things related to product development, quality management and firmware writing also for these models. Unlike normal rebadges you will not find Metz flashes with Tumax or other brand printed on it in the same quality.
5.) A massive list of vintage and some recent flashes with trigger voltage measurements can be found. Read the introduction, because wrong understanding can damage your camera. 6.) For the ring flash units: If I write 'compatible with [some filter size]', I mean these adapters are/were included in the original package. Just use another ad. Upravlenie it otdelom 8 torrent download. For differing sizes.