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Metz mecablitz 36AF-5 Digital Flash for Canon - Metz Australia Warranty

AU $188.00 Inc GST

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Metz mecablitz 36AF-5 Digital Flash for Canon

The Metz mecablitz 36AF-5 Digital Flash is an ideal entry level speed light flash that even beginner photographers will find easy to use.

You can tilt the flash head to use it as a bounce flash, and a zoom reflector is also build in which can be manually adjusted from a focal length of 28mm to 85mm, for the ideal angle of light.

This Metz mecablitz 36AF-5 Digital Flash for Canon comes with a full warranty from Metz Australia. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. #CamerasDirect, happily helping you take a better #photo and being at your service. Thank you.

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Name Metz mecablitz 36AF-5 Digital Flash for Canon - Metz Australia Warranty
Manufacturer Part Number MZ 36351C
Manufacturer Metz
Special Price $188.00
Product Type Flash
Bounce Head Yes
Recycle Time Approx. 3 seconds
Guide Number 36 for ISO100 at 85mm/21 degrees and 85mm
User Replaceable Flash Tube No
TTL Dedication Yes
Number of Flash Heads 1
PC Sync Socket No
Built-In Light No
Battery Type 4x AA
Product Weight 204 grams
External Height 11.4cm
External Length 7.1cm
External Depth 9.4cm
Warranty Period 12 Months

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