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Hi, Could someone please explain the basics of flashes to me, or perhaps point to a website which will? I'm confused about the various terms used (TTL, E-TTL, etc), and also the specifics of some features offered by more expensive flashes. Thanks, Matt...

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    Hi,

    Could someone please explain the basics of flashes to me, or perhaps
    point to a website which will?

    I'm confused about the various terms used (TTL, E-TTL, etc), and also
    the specifics of some features offered by more expensive flashes.

    Thanks,
    Matt
    Matt Guest

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    "Matt" <com> wrote in message
    news:3fb75871$0$1723$iinet.net.au... 

    If you're concerned with Canon flashes, then the following is the best
    article on the subject that I have read:

    http://photonotes.org/articles/eos-flash/

    Cheers - Rab.


    rarsin Guest

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    rarsin wrote:

     

    I did not realise things were different for different brands... but yes,
    Canon primarily. Thanks for the link!

    Matt
    Matt Guest

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