« on: January 23, 2013, 02:22:38 PM »
My eos 1100d cant transfer signals to the flash if its not attached to the hoe shoe. No built in wireless or such.
Im hesitant to buy YN560 instead of YN468 II cuz ive never use a flash and im afraid manual mode will be too much trial and error for me. I wanna use it for candid portraits or street. if i had a studio id probably fiddle around with it.
So basically my camera must fire a flash first to trigger the YN flash, correct? Otherwise i would need a transmitter.
Well maybe u can recommend a cheap transmitter? Probably easier than having to rearrange my popupflash direction. Cuz i think if i use the "popup flash triggers external yongnuo flash" there will be 2 flash lights in the photo, isnt it? Unless i somehow redirect it...
i just read yn 468 II doesnt support e-ttl in wireless mode. does that mean i gotta put my settings manually if i use it as an off-the-camera flash in optical slave mode? hmmm
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What about Yongnuo RF-602 + YN468 II (or another flash if u can assure me manually operating is a piece o cake)
Its the "off camera" flash setup im looking for, no?
"Family Jewels FUQ690" flash. First i didnt get its just some tape they made themselves put on a Nikon flash. I actually searched on google for this brand lol