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93/197/1 Flash gun and accessories, 'Mecablitz 502', plastic / metal / glass / rubber / nickel cadmium, made by Metz, West Germany, 1960-1970. Click to enlarge.

'Mecablitz 502' flash gun and accessories

Designed
Flash gun, Mecablitz 502, plastic/metal/glass, Metz, West Germany, 1960-1970. Flash gun consists of, -1 flash unit, rectangular with ribbed clear plastic cover permanently connected by power cord to rectangular battery pack,with plastic shoulder strap, -2 removable back for battery pack, grey plastic with three clear clear plastic viewing strips -3 removable nickle cadmium battery unit, -4 metal 'L' bracket for flash to attach to the side of the battery pack, -5 dual voltage electric cord and …

Summary

Object No.

93/197/1

Object Statement

Flash gun and accessories, 'Mecablitz 502', plastic / metal / glass / rubber / nickel cadmium, made by Metz, West Germany, 1960-1970

Physical Description

Flash gun, Mecablitz 502, plastic/metal/glass, Metz, West Germany, 1960-1970. Flash gun consists of, -1 flash unit, rectangular with ribbed clear plastic cover permanently connected by power cord to rectangular battery pack,with plastic shoulder strap, -2 removable back for battery pack, grey plastic with three clear clear plastic viewing strips -3 removable nickle cadmium battery unit, -4 metal 'L' bracket for flash to attach to the side of the battery pack, -5 dual voltage electric cord and -6 small connector cord.

Marks

see parts

Production

History

Notes

May be ex-museum stock.

Source

Credit Line

Source unknown

Acquisition Date

9 June 1993

Cite this Object

Harvard

'Mecablitz 502' flash gun and accessories 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 September 2022, <https://ma.as/131861>

Wikipedia

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