If you are using third party flash units then there might be a compatibility problem. RF triggers are more reliable but you must check to make sure that the flash units are compatible with the trigger if you want to use E-TTL or adjust the power remotely with the flash in Manual mode. I have a Canon SL1 Rebel camera. I have to use Tv or AV mode, etc. You get them to fire when the camera is in TV or AV mode?
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Need to trigger slave remote Canon Speedlite Flashes? There are some other advantages to using a flash as the master. Both the Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 and the flashes will allow flash output ratios to be adjusted between the channels they control. I expect that 2 channels are enough for most people.
You might want to find out how many focus points each supports. EF lenses 28mm and up are supported, AI Servo mode is not supported. The first is the size and weight. It is really nice to have significantly less weight in your hand for a long shoot. Used indoors, direct line of sight is often not required as the light bounces from walls and other objects to reach the flash units. The battery lasts about 1, transmissions at room temperature.
Unless you count your shots, you should probably keep a spare on hand because the battery will surely fail when you need it most. Bringing you this site is my full-time job typically hours per week. Thus, I depend solely on the commissions received from you using the links on this site to make any purchase. I am grateful for your support! You expect to get what you ordered and you want to pay a low price for it. The retailers I recommend below are the ones I trust for my purchases.
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