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[. . . ] A small catchlight panel, available on some Speedlites, can be used to reflect a tiny amount of light directly towards a subject – just enough to put that all-important catchlight in the eyes, giving portraits more depth. Flash and daylight Flash photography doesn’t just happen when the sun goes down. Using Speedlites in the daylight hours is a great way of reducing unwanted shadows and enhancing detail, for a dramatic result. When using flash as the main light source, the brightness of the ambient light in the background can be decreased using the camera’s exposure compensation controls. In manual, Av or Tv exposure modes and your EOS will meter for daylight as well as making an E-TTL II flash exposure. Speedlite 600EX-RT Rotate up 4 Speedlite 600EX-RT Rotate left Speedlite 600EX-RT Rotate right Fill-in flash Instead of a primary light source, flash is often used to supplement ambient light. [. . . ] One of the most common uses of this approach is brightening the harsh shadows created by intense sunshine. Known as ‘fill-in flash’, this technique is completely automated by Canon’s E-TTL II flash metering. Flash exposure compensation can be used to vary a Speedlite’s brightness, thereby adjusting the balance of ambient light to flash. High-speed sync (FP) When attempting fill-in flash, bright daylight conditions can sometimes necessitate the use of a shutter speed that is faster than the camera’s maximum flash synchronisation speed – i. e. the shortest shutter speed where the shutter opens fully during the exposure. With conventional flash this is problematic, leading to dark bands across the frame, but with Canon Speedlites and EOS cameras, high-speed sync (FP) technology allows any shutter speed to be used with flash, right up to 1/8000sec. Camera: Canon EOS 70D Tv (Shutter Speed): 1/125 sec Av (Aperture Value): f/16. 0 ISO Speed: 100 Lens: EF 24-70mm f/2. 8L USM Focal length: 63. 0 mm Flash: Speedlite 600EX-RT 5 Camera: Canon EOS 7D Tv (Shutter Speed): 1/250 sec Av (Aperture Value): f/8. 0 ISO Speed: 160 Lens: EF-S 10-22mm f/3. 5-4. 5 USM Focal length: 16. 0 mm E-TTL II flash metering calculates correct exposure even when flashes are used off camera, leaving you free to concentrate on shooting great pictures. 6  ain A = Main flash Speedlite 580EX II Speedlite 580EX II Speedlite 580EX II 580EX II B A B = Filll flash  il flash A = Main flash Speedlite 580EX II B A B = Fill flash Speedlite 580EX II Off-camera flash Moving a Speedlite off camera is a reliable, simple way of taking even more control over lighting. Changing the angle from which you illuminate your subject can dramatically alter the look and feel of a picture, conveying a message or enhancing a mood. A number of Speedlites in the range feature wireless flash control. They can be positioned off camera and fired using one of two methods: radio-frequency triggering or optical flash control, using bursts of visible or infrared (IR) light. Optical triggering uses either an ST-E2 Speedlite Transmitter mounted on camera, an Integrated Speedlite Controller (on selected EOS models) or a 580 EX II or 600EX/600EX -RT Speedlite fitted to the camera’s hotshoe. Radio triggering offers greater range (maximum of 30 meters) and reliability, with no direct line of sight required between flash and camera. Designed for macro specialists it provides creativity and versatility in both light direction and power. • E–TTL II Flash metering  • Guide Number of 24  • Functions as a wireless master flash  • Two flash heads that can be fired  together or independently • Modelling flash capability  • Mounts to the front of macro  lenses or each head can be independently placed A Macro Lite adapter may be required to attach to a lens. Macro Lite adapters are available in the following filter sizes 52, 58, 67 and 72. 10 Using flash makes hand-held macro photography at small apertures a reality. Macro-specific Speedlites, such as the MR14EX and MT-24EX, are designed especially for this task, attaching to the end of a macro lens to provide even, shadowless lighting for even the smallest subjects. The MR-14EX and MT-24EX have two independently variable flash tubes on either side of the unit, which can be used to create more directional lighting and introduce shadow and texture. Additionally, the Speedlite MT-24EX’s dual flash heads can also be positioned independently for precise lighting control. Both Speedlite macro flashes units may be used to trigger other Speedlites wirelessly – perfect for adding background effects. Camera: Canon EOS 7D Tv (Shutter Speed): 1/200 sec Av (Aperture Value): f/8. 0 ISO Speed: 100 Lens: EF 100mm f/2. 8L Macro IS USM Focal length: 100. 0 mm 11 Speedlite flash range Speedlite 600EX-RT A powerful flash gun for use both on and off the camera. Built-in radio triggering offers remote lighting control over distances up to 30m. • Radio triggering with 30m range • Use up to 15 units together • Integrated optical slave • Remote camera triggering •  ounce-and-swivel head with B zoom control •  uide number 60 G (m, ISO 100, at 200mm) • White-balance correction filters • Fast, quiet recycling Speedlite 600EX With a guide number of 60 (m , ISO 100), the Speedlite 600EX is powerful enough to light up large areas, even when light is bounced off walls and ceilings. Four AA/LR6 batteries provide silent recycling in as little as 0. 1 sec. •  uide number 60 G (m, ISO 100, at 200mm) • Bounce-and-swivel control with  20-200mm zoom head • Integrated optical slave • White-balance correction filters • Fast, quiet recycling Speedlite 430EX II A powerful and versatile flash, the Speedlite 430EX II will expand your shooting options with a guide number of 43, wireless slave flash ability, nine custom functions and a 24–105mm zoom head. • E–TTL II Flash metering •  uide number 43 G (m, ISO 100, at 105mm) • Wireless slave flash ability •  4–105mm zoom head 2 with 14mm diffuser • Fast and silent recycling • Metal hot-shoe foot •  80 degree swivel and 1 bounce head • AF Assist beam 12 Powerful, versatile and simple to use – the comprehensive Canon Speedlite range opens up new options in flash photography. Used in bright daylight or total darkness, positioned on-camera or remotely, these full-featured flashguns give any photographer extraordinary creative control over lighting. Speedlite 320EX Featuring Wireless Slave technology, a bounce/swivel head and a constant LED light source for video work, the Canon Speedlite 320EX opens up new creative possibilities for EOS photographers. •  uide Number 32 G (m, ISO 100, 50mm) • Compact lightweight design •  ounce-and-swivel flash head, B with 24mm and 50mm zoom settings • Integrated LED video light •  ireless slave for off-camera W TTL flash • Remote Release button • Fast, silent recycling Speedlite 270EX II Explore the creative side of lighting with the Canon Speedlite 270EX II – a compact flashgun that is as easy to use off-camera as it is in your camera’s hotshoe. • Lightweight compact design •  uide number 27 G (m, ISO 100, 50mm) • Bounce flash head •  ireless slave function W for off-camera flash •  rigger your EOS camera with T Remote Release button • Variable angle of coverage • Fast, silent recycling Speedlite 90EX A compact, high performance flash that delivers superbly lit everyday shots such as portraits and indoor scenes plus creative lighting effects. The ideal companion for the EOS M. •  lim, pocketable design S •  hoot superbly lit portraits S and indoor scenes •  igh power in a compact body H •  xplore creative lighting effects E •  uick, discreet and fully automatic Q flash shooting •  owered by readily available P AAA batteries 13 Accessories Speedlite transmitter ST–E3-RT Fire compatible Speedlite flashguns over distances of up to 30m. [. . . ] The ideal companion for the EOS M. •  lim, pocketable design S •  hoot superbly lit portraits S and indoor scenes •  igh power in a compact body H •  xplore creative lighting effects E •  uick, discreet and fully automatic Q flash shooting •  owered by readily available P AAA batteries 13 Accessories Speedlite transmitter ST–E3-RT Fire compatible Speedlite flashguns over distances of up to 30m. Radiofrequency control provides reliable operation even when direct line of sight is not possible. •  adio frequency remote R flash trigger. •  eather sealed against dust W and moisture. Speedlite transmitter ST–E2 Small, lightweight and portable, the ST–E2 is a dedicated infra-red transmitter to control two groups of remote wireless slave Speedlites. 3. 3 sec Yes - CP-E4 Yes Metal 18 (5 personal functions) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - Yes Yes (set on camera) Yes (set on camera) Yes Yes - Yes Yes (set on camera) Yes (set on camera) Yes Yes Light pulse Indoors: 7m Outdoors: 5m 3 All channels Yes Flash strobe 2 x AAA batteries Approx. [. . . ]

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