« on: October 25, 2013, 06:45:13 AM »
Have you tried manual flash settings on the camera? The flash isn't going to change the camera settings (through the YN622) so you may be giving it contradictory commands. I can check later.
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Wow - I've never done that before, but that seems really odd to me. I don't know why the image quality from the 70-300L should be that different between the FF body and the crop - I have not seen that to be evident in actual use. Something seems wrong there. I seriously doubt the 55-250 would look that much better on a FF body if it were capable of being mounted there.
Here on this video, eos-m can sync up to 1/4000s. Is is possible to do with cheap triggers or it needs to have some of this expencive triggers ?
here was my sequence: I attached my EF 400 f/5.6 lens and ran FoCal to get an AFMA of +7. I then attached the Kenko TC and previously AFMA'ed 400, thinking I'd AFMA this combo next. That's when things went nuts. Once I realized my only escape was popping the battery, my only option was to DISABLE AFMA so I could use the TC + lens combo.
Why will my 7D not do a rear curtain flash with non-Canon devices? I just purchased the pixel soldier remote trigger set only to find out that Canon wont let me do a second curtain flash. There is no reason not to allow rear curtain. All the camera has to do is to send the flash signal and that is it
3rd shot: Wild Turkey shoot 1D MK IV paired with 70-200 2.8 II L IS