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Old January 24th, 2013, 04:36 PM
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I think I used the wrong emoticon because EXCATLY if is were just that easy.....
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Re: Flash question

Another key piece of information that is missing in the original query is your budget. Flashes go anywhere from several tens of $$ (especially if you're looking at used units) up to $500-600 for higher end units. Also, are you planning on future expandability, or only want a single flash. If in the future you may want to get into more off-camera flashes then it may be worth looking into a flash system and buy the master flash now, upgrade with other units later.

As others have said the Canon speedlites are good, and you can look into the brand Metz too, they have some great flashes as well.
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Old January 31st, 2013, 12:19 PM
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Re: Flash question

Thanx alot for all the advise.. I am looking into that lenses..
But I must say the canon 430 EX is my favorate so far..
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Re: Flash question

I also recommend the Canon 430 ex II,, its not the most powerful flash but its reasonably priced and should accomplish what you are after, I own one and it works great
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I also recommend the Canon 430 ex II,, its not the most powerful flash but its reasonably priced and should accomplish what you are after, I own one and it works great
I was going to mention the 430 ex II as well since it has newer evaluation methods. I'm just not sure how it actually compares to the original.
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