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Apr 02, 2011 15:03 |  #1

anybody considering buying this lens. i am considering it for the video light as i do shoot video sometimes.


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Apr 02, 2011 15:42 |  #2

The new 320EX isn't much smaller than the 430EX II , but it does look like like it could be very useful with it's nice simple slave switches, wireless shutter release, and video light.

http://www.dpreview.co​m …20706canonspeed​lights.asp (external link)

The Speedlite 320EX – versatile and powerful performance
Offering additional functionality, the new Speedlite 320EX is the ideal flash unit for amateurs and professionals looking for a secondary flash, featuring the ability to light a scene when recording movies. An LED flash offers a guide number of 32 (m/ISO 100), as well as the ability to change the flash coverage from 24mm to 50mm by manually extending or retracting the flash head. The flash head can also be rotated for more flexible bounce flash shooting, creating a wider variety of lighting effects.

The Speedlite 320EX’s slave utility allows it to be controlled by a master unit via one of four selectable channels. Flash group A, B or C can also be selected, controlling the relative power of the flash and the resulting lighting effect. The Speedlite 320EX also features the Remote Release functionality allowing users to trigger their camera from the flash.

In a first for Canon Speedlite, the Speedlite 320EX features a Video Light function, complementing bodies with EOS Movie by enabling users to illuminate low light scenes continuously when capturing HD video. When using the Speedlite 320EX in combination with the new EOS 1100D or EOS 600D, Auto Light mode ensures that the LED light automatically turns on or off according to the ambient light of the scene when in Movie mode.

The Speedlite 320EX is to be released in April at an expected street price of US$249.99

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Apr 03, 2011 06:00 |  #3

0.0f wrote in post #12144871 (external link)
(320 EX) Anybody considering buying this lens.

Ehmm, the 320 EX is a flash. It goes on top of the camera. Lenses are mounted at the front. :)


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Apr 03, 2011 07:48 |  #4

apersson850 wrote in post #12147894 (external link)
Ehmm, the 320 EX is a flash. It goes on top of the camera. Lenses are mounted at the front. :)

ha,ha very observant! well done.


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Aug 22, 2011 15:26 |  #5

I am trying to get the flash to work when using it to remotely take pictures with a t2i. I have followed instructions on canon website and am able to remotely take a picture, but cant get the 320ex to flash. is the t2i not able to do this without additional hardware?
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Aug 22, 2011 17:39 |  #6

The T2i does not have master flash capability built in. Only the 7d, the 60d and the T3i.



  
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