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Digital Concepts Powerzoom 952AF/CAN Flash for Canon Cameras
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- Five level of power ratio 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8/ and 1/16
- Swivel Bounce Zoom Head, Horizontal angle from 0 to 270, Vertical angle: 0,45,60,75,90
- Digital Power Auto Zoom and manual zoom flash head from 24/28/35/50/70/85 mm
- Built-in reflecting plate and diffuser with Focus bean to assist in low light conditions
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Hot Shoe Type AF Bounce Flash for Canon.. The power zoom flash is made to assist you in low light conditions and to help you reduce that nasty red eye. Fits Canon Digital and SLR cameras. Features auto focus, an illuminated LC display, an automatic shutter speed setting, a built in reflecting plate and diffuser, built in slave function, and even a power saving function, how can you go wrong? If you want a great zoom this power flash has it, digital power auto zoom and manual flash head from 24 / 28 / 35 / 50 / 70 / 85 mm!! Works with: Canon G1, G3, G5, G6, Pro 1, EOS 50, EOS 200, EOS 10D, EOS 20D, EOS 30D, EOS 35D, EOS RebelXT, A1, A2 and A200.
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Having done a lot of film photography in previous decades I was concerned that the TTL metering wouldn't match up well with the Powershot's abbreviated feature set as compared to a full Canon DSLR.
My concerns, I'm happy to report, were unwarranted.
A flash this size with a tilt/swivel/zoom just begs for you to be creative with bounce and diffusion and it doesn't disappoint. I was able to take all kinds of shots of my newborn son using the built in bounce card and various rotations and swivels of the flash head. Throughout my experience the TTL was pretty much dead on with both exposure and color balance remaining almost perfect. The combination of natural, incandescent and strobe light led to few issues with color temperature and the exposure in P mode on the camera very effectively biased exposure values towards mid tones.
This is, of course, what Canon's TTL is supposed to do and this flash appears to play along nicely.
The zoom on the flash works flawlessly when the flash is in standard position and moves through it's range immediately when the lens is zoomed. It moves back out to its widest setting when it is tilted or swiveled out of parallel with the lens.
The build quality of the flash is adequate with moving parts that move through their range of motion without any binding or creaking. The tilt/swivel on the flash clicks nicely through its range of motion and stays put when you set it. The hot shoe is mainly plastic, not metal, which could be a point of failure if you drop it while on the camera. The buttons are small but well marked and the display, if you need it, is easy to read. The unit comes with a vinyl pouch which may be attractive to some but isn't particularly useful for me.
In summary -
PROS: Powerful flash
Seamless Canon TTL integration
Good tilt/swivel/zoom operation
CONS: Pricier than many point and shoot flash units
Can blow out details of you are too close (as with any big flash)
Not as full a feature set as Canon's dedicated TTL flashes if you're using a DSLR
Looks kind of funny on a Powershot S series that's 3/4 the size of a DSLR...
realy I can't talk, some time it's hard to use.
sometime not enoug light, the pics I took too dark.
sometime too much light, even I set it autofocus.
if I have more money let go up pick Canon light,
I hope it good then it many many.......time.