YN467 Flash Unit for Canon x1
Mini Stand x1
Protector Bag x1
English manual x1
(Original Manufactory Package)
FLASH COMPATIBLE ON NIKON CAMERAS:
EOS 7D, 5D, 5D Mark II,
EOS 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D 60D
EOS 300D(Rebel Digital) 350D(Rebel XT) 400D(Rebel XTi)
EOS 450D(Rebel XSi) 500D(Rebel T1i) 550D(Rebel T2i) 1000D(Rebel XS)
Powershot G12 G11 G10
New Arrival Flash Speedlite, has TTL function, is designed for canon Camera, fits for most of Canon DSLR Camera. It's very cost-effective, you just need to pay for a little money to get the greatest achievement.
1), TTL mode( This mode can only be used in compatible Canon i-TTL mode),
In this mode, the metering system of this camera will detect flash illumination reflected back from the object so as to automatically control flash output in this mode. When takeing photos, you only require aiming at some scene and press the shutter after focusing, the light will give proper light as per tips and then you can get your desired photo.
In the TTL mode, you can also make compensation fo flash brightness with the [Output control knob] within th range of +/- 1.5ev, with the precision of 0.5ev.
Note: The compensation value can be added to the compensation value set on the camera.
2), M mode,
you can set flash luminance as per your favorite, luminance level will be displayed by luminance indicator. When taking photos, you only require setting the flash luminance, adjust the camera and press the shutter, the flash light will flash under the camera synchronous signal.
3), S1/S2 mode,
Press the MODE key, then the flash will enter S1/S2 mode. These modes are applicable for slave flash in order to create many light effects. They are respectively applicable for manual flash environment and TTL flash environment.
When the flash is in S1 mode, it will work with the first work of the master flash synchronously, with the result consistent with the use of radio slave. To use this mode correctly, te master flash should be set at manual flash and the TTL flash system with multiple flashes should not be used.
S2 mode, known as "pre-flash cancel mode", is similar to S1 mode, but it can support the master flash in TTL mode. In particular, if S1 mode cannot have correct and synchronous flash with the inbuilt flash, you can try to use S2 mode.
4),Switch Mode from Camera Menu (only compatible with Nikon i-TTL camera system)
5), Test Flash,
You can press PILOT button to test if the flash light flashes normally.
6), Power-saving Function
Flash will enter sleep state
TTL/M mode: 40~50 seconds
S1/S2 mode: 30 minutes
7), Overheating protection
8), Auto Zoom
1. Multi-flash Lighting Application
2. Exposure Bracketion(FEB)
3. FE Lock
4. Rear-curtain Sync
5. Application of AF LED
6. Exposure Compensation
7. Reflection flash
8. Use Reflection Board to take photoes
9. Use Wide-angle Diffuser
Guide Number: 33
Flash Mode: TTL , M , S1 , S2
Circuit design:Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
Vertical rotation angle:-7~90 degree
Horizontal rotation angle:0~270 degree
Power:4 X AA Alkaline cell or AA NI-MH
Lighting times:100 - 1500 times (with alkaline batteries)
Recycle Time:approx 5s ( AA alkaline cell used)
Flash Duration:1/800S - 1/20000S
Flash Control:TTL auto flash , manual level 7 light quantity output contral , Wireless Light control function slave flash(S1,S2 mode)
Additional features:support TTL exposure compensation
Dimensions:72 x 135 x 85mm