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Compact Metz Mecablitz M360 flash revealed

Metz Mecablitz M360

Designed with Mirrorless and DSLR users the latest Metz Mecablitz M360 flash is a compact fully featured TTL hotshoe flash.

As part of the expanding M-Series the M360 follows on from the higher-end M400 model.

The design of the M360 has been kept compact and weighs in at just 190g. On the body it offers just two buttons; one to control the power and the other to display the various operating states (flash ready, exposure
OK, standby etc.)

This button can also be used to fire a test-flash. Being full TTL the camera determines the correct level of illumination for your subject and offers a maximum brightness of 36 at ISO 100.

The M360 also offers features such as: Power zoom (24-105mm), fully swivelling head, extendable reflector card and intergrated wide-angle diffuser.

If your camera supports syncronised first or second curtain flash then the M360 can be used.

The mecablitz M360 is available to fit Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Leica and Sony cameras.

Metz Mecablitx M360 features

    • Maximum guide number 36 at ISO 100 (105 mm)
    • Vertical bounce (-7° to +90°) and horizontal (270°) swivel
    • Simple operating concept
    • Motorised zoom for 24 -105mm illumination coverage
    • Integrated wide-angle diffuser for 14mm illumination
    • Extendable reflector card
    • Flash ready and exposure control indicator on flashgun

and in camera (dependent on camera model)

  • Automatic shutdown
  • Wake-up function through the camera
  • Metal foot with quick-lock (except Sony Multi Interface version)
  • TTL flash operation
  • Synchronisation on 1st or 2nd shutter curtain (depending on camera model)
  • Dimensions (width x height x depth): 64 x 100 x 80mm
  • Weight: 190g
  • 2x AA alkaline or NiMH batteries
  • Included accessories: mecabounce diffuser, protective pouch case

The Metz Mecablitz M360 is avaiable for £99, for more details on the Metz M360 please visit

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