Metz Mecablitz 24 AF-1 Digital
Make: Metz
Web site: Mecablitz 24 AF-1 Digital
Manual: PDF

Relative Power @ 50mm1: 0.64×
Relative Coverage2: 0.44×

Key Features: Basic tilt reflector and AF assist beam. (No swivel — the Metz web site has a poor translation.)

Reasons to Buy: Compact, simple interface, low cost.

Notable Drawbacks: Very simple.


This model is a variant of the Tumax DSL28 series flash, although Metz says they developed the firmware, and the power is slightly higher. Unlike the generic version, there's no rear-curtain sync. In any case, it's a compact flash with a basic tilt reflector for indirect light. No control other than that provided by the camera body.

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