|13th of September 2004 (Mon)||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Llanarmon N.Wales
Sunpak PZ40X or Canon 420ex
I don't do many flash shots but need to get a flash for the times when I do need that extra bit of light, can't realy justify the 550, so anyone have any thoughts on the above or alternatives under £130/dollars.
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|13th of September 2004 (Mon)||#2|
Compensating for his small ... sensor
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Stuttgart/Cologne, Germany
I haven't heard of the Sunpak 40, is it a new flash?
If not, definitely check out this link:
If it was not described as 100% Canon EOS compatible, I certainly would go with the original (420).
|13th of September 2004 (Mon)||#3|
Cream of the Crop
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: where the buffalo roam
I am using Vivitar 285 with the rebel and I am completely happy... so far... I only took 20 shots
Rated at 43 meters, tilt head, zoom, full, half quarter and 1/16 power... Nice thing and cost me 81 CAD bucks with shipping. But it needs a few shots for adjustment. It won't fire in any "smart" mode.
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