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The t3 is a later model than I have ever owned/used. I retired almost ten years ago.
By Jerry D. Hatfield on February 28, 2014
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Yes, it works with all modern Canons. The 430EXII is FAR nicer for not too much more money, however. Check it out; good luck...
By George P. Hatzigiannis DMD, MD on April 12, 2014
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Yes, you can slave it.
By BJota on February 20, 2014
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The Canon Speedlite 420EX Flash works very well with my Canon Rebel XT. Check an on-line manual for the Speedlite 420EX. The hard copy I have says it works for Rebel XSN. Is that the same as your camera? The features available with Speedlite 420EX depend on the EOS camera.
By Rosetta on December 2, 2013
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This is a 420EX, and yes it has high speed sync up the maximum that your Canon DSLR will support.
By Ecolometrics on October 24, 2015
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Amber,
This should work without a problem as a standard TTL flash. I have used mine without issues on the very similar 5D Mark ii. Canon has on-line instruction manuals on their site to download. It really is a pretty simple unit to use. The newer 430 is a much better flash, so get this one as a "spare" or if you get … see more
Amber,
This should work without a problem as a standard TTL flash. I have used mine without issues on the very similar 5D Mark ii. Canon has on-line instruction manuals on their site to download. It really is a pretty simple unit to use. The newer 430 is a much better flash, so get this one as a "spare" or if you get a great deal on it. Good luck... see less

By George P. Hatzigiannis DMD, MD on November 5, 2013
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If by that, you mean using the 420EX as a master flash to trigger other slave flashes, the answer is No. You need the 580EX for that.
By G. V. Carpio on May 16, 2014
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Yes it should!
By Blatta on May 19, 2016 SELLER
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What does it look like I might.
By Mr. Thomas E. Plymire on May 7, 2013
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Yes, fully compatible! I have answered this inquiry earlier. I used that camera and flash to photograph scores of weddings before I finally retired.
By Jerry D. Hatfield on December 31, 2013