Video Ranking: four / five
Tags: Explained, Features, Flashguns, great, Money, PLUS, Saving, Settings
This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 at 11:09 am and is filed under Photo Tips.
You can follow any comments to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
Both comments and pings are currently closed.
Pretty sure some Yongnuo flashes eg 565ex do TTL possibly not as a master. I bought an Oloong 690 II which works well as a TTL / Nikon CLS slave on my D7000 which is capable of commanding with its built in flash. Some low end SLRs with built in flash leave out the commander capability. Some of the 3rd party flashes respond to both Nikon and Canon TTL instructions in 1 unit too. They may not do high speed sync yet though.
no. flash knows, it is tilted. pre-flash comes, camera meters, flash adjusts itsself. exact same thing as with a direct flash
Does that mean Ettl would be incorrect for bouncing off the celling in terms of zoom range and power ?
Karl you mentioned Slave mode of the flash. Does it mean all (even cheaper) speedlight with active slave mode will be triggered by camera build in flash (or other)?
simple explanation of how a flashgun works, “great video”
Karl, love ya work. KISS – keep it simple stupid
what do you recommend?
Thanks for your free advice Karl. Always appreciated – especially the way you explain things to others ranging from Novice Photographers to Intermediate.
I cracked up.
the youngnuo flashes are great if all you want is a powerful flash gun with a sync port option. They don’t have TTL but they are very powerful and cheap yet still well built.
Thank you! Good Tips)
hopefully he does get stung by an aperture
Ur a great teacher
Great video. Thank you
Amazing. Thanks for share information.
You’re awesome, Karl!
Karl is the “Rolls Royce” of photographers, his DVDs are just pure class and worth every penny.
Karl You Are awesome
but he uses flash guns quite alot in the product and still life dvd
Really an excellent explanation about settings and features flash, thank you Karl
This is how is done! Thanks for such a great explanation!
I’ve seen (so called pro) photogs bouncing flashes outdoors. It’s funny. Also, you can make a really good bounce card with craft foam. One that would shoot the light forward. That is much more efficient then firing it in all directions.
Good tips, Karl!
Thanks for sharing you knowledge
© 2013 Photo Row