Originally introduced with Canon's EOS Elan II/IIe cameras, Canon's Speedlite 380 EX Flash is compatible with all Canon EOS and T-90 cameras. Measuring 3.13 by 6.63 by 2.38 inches and weighing 9.5 ounces, this powerful flash features maximum guide numbers of 38/125 (ISO 100 meters/feet). It has four bounce positions (up to 90 degrees) and six auto-zoom positions. Zoom positions are set according to focal-length data received from the lens and indicated by red LEDs on the back of the flash unit. Powered by four AA batteries (alkaline, ni-cad, or lithium), the flash recycling time and the life of the batteries varies with the battery type. Helping to lengthen the life of any batteries you choose is an energy-conservation feature that automatically shuts off the unit after 90 seconds of inactivity; the flash will automatically turn on again with EOS cameras when the shutter button or test-firing button is pressed.
This flash features E-TTL pre-stored evaluative automatic flash exposure control; FE Lock and FP flash when used with Canon's Elan II/IIE, Rebel G, or EOS IX cameras; and TTL autoflash metering with EOS cameras other than the Elan II/IIE, Rebel G, or EOS IX. Flash synchronization speeds in normal operation vary according to camera exposure mode with a normal maximum speed of 1/125 second. Using Elan II cameras with the Speedlite 380EX set to FP mode, the high-speed flash synchronization mode varies from 1/180 to 1/4000 seconds. High-speed synchronization is possible in the camera's creative modes of shutter-priority, aperture-priority, intelligent program, and manual. Flash synchronization is for the front curtain. Second curtain synchronization is possible with Elan II/IIE cameras via a setting on the camera.
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Products which are imported and sold other than by Authorized Dealers are referred to as "Gray Market" (or "parallel") products. Camera Wholesalers will never sell you illegitimate products.
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- Canon http://downloads.canon.com/dealer/canon-ad-06-04-20.pdf
- Nikon https://cdn-6.nikon-cdn.com/where-to-buy/nikon_img_auth_dealers.pdf
- Sony https://www.sony.com/retailers
- Leica https://us.leica-camera.com/Stores-Dealers/Leica-dealer-locator
- Fujifilm https://stagewww.fujifilmusa.com/shared/bin/AUTHORIZED_DEALER_LIST.pdf
- Olympus https://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/AuthorizedDealers.pdf
- Tamron https://www2.tamron-usa.com/dealers.aspx?alpha=C
- Sigma https://www.sigmaphoto.com/where-to-buy-sigma
- Manfrotto https://www.manfrotto.com/us-en/find-a-store/
- GoPro https://gopro.com/en/us/store-locator
- And many more
Why are Gray Market products risky?
No branded Warranty
- Gray Market products may contain a limited warranty from the seller, but they are not covered by a Canon/Nikon etc. USA warranty.
Not eligible for repair service
- Not eligible for USA repair service by the relevant brand, even if you want to pay for it.
- May include counterfeit or third party accessories that could damage your equipment.
Missing user manuals
- User manuals are often missing, incomplete or photocopied, and they may even be in a foreign language.
- The software included often is either copied or counterfeit.
May not be as expected
- Since Gray Market products were not designed for sale in the USA, they may not meet your expectations.
Wrong power cord
- May include an incorrect power cord or adapter not designated for use in the USA.
Not eligible for rebates
- Gray Market products are not eligible for USA promotions or instant rebates from the relevant brand.
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