20 Most Recent Metz 58 AF-1 FLASH f/NIKON TTL Flash Questions & Answers


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The replacement of bulb is simple, just push front cover upward and pull it outward the cover will be opend. Now pull out bulb and place a new one and shut the front cover gently.

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Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019


They are snap on & some need t torx bit to remove those screw.

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Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Feb 01, 2016


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I found this discussion going on, but I couldn't find the voltage listed anywhere. These guys are rebuilding their batteries, 7.2 was the common voltage, but the generator makes 350v at .7 mA or 18 V at 50 mA. I'll let you check out the site. Hope this helps. One expensive battery!

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on May 15, 2015


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Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Nov 27, 2014


Do you known how to fix flashes or like to get 300 volts shock that can kill you?

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Jan 10, 2014


Metz 58 AF-1:
http://www.metz.de/fileadmin/fm-dam/Download/Photo_Electronic/Bedienungsanleitung/mecablitz/mecablitz_48_bis_76/mecablitz_58_AF_1_digital_Nikon_D_F_NL_GB_I_E.pdf

Nikon D50:
http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13644

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Aug 19, 2013


IF what you meant is that the flash does not work when it is used with a camera trigger but works with the auto detection - LDR/ sensor, then it is possible that the horse shoe contact INPUT trigger is faulty.
The main circuit seems alright but the direct input OP-AMP can be faulty as it fails to trigger the flash from the signal from the camera. Please have the camera tested with another flash to confirm that the camera trigger is working. You can also use a shorting with a wire across the horse shoe contact to flash . If working then the flash is good or else you must open the flash unit to check the circuit.
Check on the front end circuit using a multimeter to trace from the contact to the semiconductor that fails to control the signal. The fault will be found here.

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Aug 19, 2011


No. The Metz 58 is not designed as a part of a modular system.

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Aug 10, 2011


Which EXACT batteries are you using?

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Jun 23, 2011


Is seem a little bit strange but it worked for fine me
The problem is mechanical. The zoommirror in the flashhead is stuck. Mostly it is a minor opstacel. That is the reason that sometimes the problem is solved by placing new batteries. The zoommotor has a little bit more power en can overcome the minor opstacel.
When the zoom is blocked it cannot be controled by the stering software and therefore it gives an error.
Solution
1. remove flash from our camera (power off).
2. knok with something hard, I used my fingerknuckle, on the side of your flash head.
3. repeat that for each side (i knocked twice on each side).
4. place our flasher on the camera and power on both.
5. If the problem isn't solved repeat it

It worked for me the first time.

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on May 09, 2011


What camera to what flash?

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Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Jul 17, 2010


keep the camera mode MANUAL

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Dec 17, 2009


take a silver paper and put in front of the slave censer when you take the photo flash on camera as master should go on silver paper OR used slaveunit

Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Oct 13, 2009


Though I am sure your solution may have been fixed already.

The guide that the reflector moves along for the Zoom.. has probably been knocked off position (either the guide/rail or the "runner" of the reflector).


Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Jul 21, 2009


Take out batteries
Put in 4 new Energizer Lit. Bat in.
Turn on flash
Wait for the ready ready, fully charged
Press the test button out.
Flash should be able to be fired.

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Metz 58 AF-1... | Answered on Jul 21, 2009

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