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  • Compatible with Canon 7D Mark II,5D Mark II III,IV,1300D,1200D,1100D,750D,700D, 650D,600D,550D,500D,80D,70D,60D and Other Canon DSLR Cameras.
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The guide number is basically the power of the flash. If good exposure of subject at 5m, requires an aperture or f/11 than guide number is 55. If good exposure of subject at 5m is f/8 than guide number is 40. 5x11=55 and 5x8=40. So the flash with guide number 55 is more powerful than 40 since to expose properly, you have to open the aperture to f/8. With that being said, I own several speed lites of various output and feel that a 43 is good enough for most of my needs. Even ceiling bounce from ballrooms. I don't do a ton of telephoto work or large scale industrial work. Sometimes, when you want to overpower the sun, it's nice to have more power tho. But that's when you want Alienbees. BTW, I have one of these and it's been great.
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Anyone have this and has feedback on it?
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Is this code working for anyone else? I get the prompt "The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase".
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Is this code working for anyone else? I get the prompt "The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase".
Worked for me a few minutes ago.

Make sure you choose the right seller (Nigelton).
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Worked for me a few minutes ago.

Make sure you choose the right seller (Nigelton).
I did have the right seller, but I think it's because I had other items in my cart. Either way, the code worked for me this time. Thank you OP!
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Thanks OP, I'm in for one!
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For a cheap flash, I would pay a little extra and get this one
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It has higher guide number (68) compared to OPs flash (58)

Good deal though if you are not picky about guide number.
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Anyone have this and has feedback on it?
I recently bought one that looks the same except it was for Nikon. Fairly impressed. For occasional use it has a lot of great features for a pretty amazing price. If you're a pro, i.e., use it for weddings, etc., I wouldn't trust my business to it. For amateur use, plenty good enough for me. One weak point I noticed is the battery door feels like it will eventually break when I squeeze the batteries in to clip it closed. Power (GN) is so-so. Rated flash battery life is so-so. Feels a little bulky compared to my brand name flashes. The good- it has nearly all the features of a Nikon SB-800 unit that would cost me nearly 8x to 10x as much.
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How do you connect this to your camera? I have a t6i so wondering how the flash would sync up to when I take a photo
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For a cheap flash, I would pay a little extra and get this one
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It has higher guide number (68) compared to OPs flash (58)

Good deal though if you are not picky about guide number.
What's a guide number?
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I've never owned a proper flash for either my old canon t2i or my current 80D, decided for this price that I really can't go wrong. Thanks OP
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What's a guide number?
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How do you connect this to your camera? I have a t6i so wondering how the flash would sync up to when I take a photo
This flash will mount directly to the hot shoe on the top of your camera, and your camera will tell it when to fire. It can also be used as a "slave" flash for off-camera flash, by firing when it senses your on-camera flash fire - but that would not be ideal since you can't bounce the light from the built in flash and that type of wireless technology doesn't always work.
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For a cheap flash, I would pay a little extra and get this one
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It has higher guide number (68) compared to OPs flash (58)

Good deal though if you are not picky about guide number.
Thanks! Would you care to explain what this number is about?
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