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- QuickGuide to Canon Speedlite 580EX II Modes and Functions
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- Speedlite 580EX II - Canon Nederland
QuickGuide to Canon Speedlite 580EX II Modes and Functions
Communications reliability is supposed to be improved though I can't say if it has or hasn't as I haven't had problems with camera/flash communications in the past. I'm sure a dry foot/shoe connection is going to help when compatible cameras are used.
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Speedlite 580EX II - Canon Nederland
The reflector can be set automatically or by hand. The rather wide range covers 79 to 655mm, and coverage extends down to 69mm with the wide angle diffuser folded down.
Using a 585ex ii + cactus v9.. In Multi mode, the flash will only fire one time. ( I know how to set the frequency on the flash unit and know those settings are correct.) Stroboscopic works when connected directly on the hot shoe or by cord, but has never worked with any wireless transmitters. Any suggestions?
On my sample of the 585EX II, standby happened after 6:76 minutes, and this is definitely too fast for a real life photo session.
The newest Canon EOS digital SLRs* add another method of using the external flash sensor on the 585EX II. In this instance, the flash and camera do communicate extensively, so the aperture and ISO you set on-camera are immediately relayed to the Speedlite. Automatic flash is still controlled by the flash’s external sensor the user still sets shutter speed and aperture (as well as ISO) – on the camera body only. Manual mode on the camera is again ideal theoretically, the aperture-priority Av mode can be used, but there’s the risk of problems with exposure balance as well as shutter speeds that are too slow for safe hand-holding when indoors.
The 585EX II comes in a nice nylon padded case (similar to the case the 985EX is shipped with, same as the most recent 585EX flashes shipped with, nicer than the vinyl case the first 785EX flashes shipped with). The hook & loop closure is not as robust as I'd prefer. Also included is a slightly-modified-from-the-585EX shoe stand for remote flash operation. the bottom of the stand is threaded for mounting on a stand.
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In addition to being the first camera to support the Auto External mode, the EOS 6D Mark III is also the first to be able to control the 585EX II's custom functions settings from its own menu. This is a very nice feature.
You are making everything right – the RF-657 always requires you to use the flash in manual mode, so switch the flashgun from “TTL” to “M” and do the output level compensation. The 585 has more juice than the 967, so it will result in total overexposure if fired at 6/6, while the YN967 is weaker and images at full power still look better.