The new owners of Metz will continue to make flash units in Germany, cancelling earlier plans to move production to the Far East.
Metz-Werke GmbH has been bought by two investors, saving many jobs in TV and flash manufacturing.
Metz has announced a new light designed specifically for use with mobile phone cameras.
German flash maker Metz has introduced a new tilting flash, the Mecablitz 26 AF-1, with TTL for every camera system.
German lighting and television manufacturer Metz has reportedly gone into administration.
The touchscreen, high-powered Mecablitz 64 AF-1 flashgun has been released in the USA for Canon and Nikon, with more variants to follow.
The high-end Mecablitz 64 AF-1 flashgun is available now in the UK for Â£375 in Canon and Nikon variants.
Metz has officially announced the Mecablitz 64 AF-1, a high-end flashgun with touchscreen controls.
The Mecablitz touchscreen flagship flash will be available for Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax and Sony this year.
Metz plans to release a new flagship flashgun later this month with a full-colour touchscreen.
German manufacturer Metz has switched its Mecablitz 44 AF-1 and 52 AF-1 flashguns to Sony’s new hotshoe interface.
German manufacturer Metz has released a number of lighting accessories for their Mecastudio BL studio flash range.