Agreed its twice as fast but the Samyang is still 2x price if pachacutek is looking for cost as the priority..
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Do yourself a big favor, the best $30 you will ever spend and pick up a copy of Syl Arena's Speedliter's Handbook: Learning to Craft Light with Canon Speedlites. Not only is it geared for Canon's flash system but it addresses your questions precisely:
- Controlling exposure for ambient and flash lighting separately
- balancing color temperature so your ambient and flash are naturally blended
- manual flash, when, why, and how
- every single function and setting explained for 580s, 550s, 430s, ST-E2, and even the 270
- gelling speedlights
I don't mean to keep plugging this book on CR (I think this is the 3rd time), but trust me, the book is really that good! BTW it also comes in a Kindle version, but don't buy the Kindle instead of the printed copy--too many photos, charts and illustrations. Buy it in addition if you need a portable copy.
Agree with this - very informative read.
over the T2i, the T3i had wireless flash triggering, articulated LCD screen, creative filters, manual audio control and digital zoom while filming.
other than Digic V what's going to be the draw for consumers to pick the T4i over the T3i? Built-in GPS? D7000-style AF during video? Touchscreen?