Metz 28 AF-3 Digital
Review Date : Mon, 6 Aug 2007
Author : WDC Team
This pocket-sized model may not be the biggest or most powerful, but it has a decent amount of features while keeping things simple......
|Pros:||Price, ease of use, size|
|Cons:||Sometimes underexposes, limited features, fall-off at wideangle|
This pocket-sized model may not be the biggest or most powerful, but it has a decent amount of features while keeping things simple. It offers a GN of 28m @ ISO100, which is approximately double that of most cameras’ onboard flash.
Featuring TTL operation, the unit works with your camera’s metering system to produce the ideal power/exposure combination. There’s also a manual output option with Lo and Hi settings, and a two-setting zoom option covering 35mm or 24mm with an optional wideangle diffuser attachment.
The results from the Metz are mixed. Some images are slightly underexposed, especially when shooting against a white wall, for example, though more mixed backgrounds produce better results. The illumination is even across the frame, though wideangle shots show fall-off, with 24mm providing the best illumination.
For the price this is a handy, well made and attractive little unit.