- Compatible with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II
- Guide Number: 141' at ISO 100 and 105mm
- Zoom Range: 24-105mm (14mm with Panel)
- Tilts Upward 90°
- Rotates 90° Right & 180° Left
- Wireless Slave TTL Functionality
- AF Assist Beam and Modeling Flash
- Recycle Time: 0.1-3.7 Seconds
- High-Speed, 1st & 2nd Curtain Sync
- Runs on 4 AA Batteries
- MPN: 2805B002
The Speedlite 430EX II from Canon offers a very useful guide number of 141' at ISO 100 and 105mm as well as complete compatibility with Canon's E-TTL / E-TTL II flash metering system. The flash head also offers an excellent zoom range of 24-105mm, which is expanded to 14mm with the use of the wide-angle diffusion panel. There is even the option to tilt the flash upwards 90° as well as rotate it right 90° or left 180° for bounce capabilities.
Wireless slave TTL functionality is possible with Canon's optical pulse transmission system. This is possible with one of 4 channels and 3 groups at up to 39.4'. This enables photographers to set up off-camera lighting without running cables. Other features include an AF assist beam, modeling flash, and high-speed, first and second curtain sync modes. It also recycles in 0.1-3.7 seconds and runs on 4 AA batteries. Additionally, it comes with a mini stand and a case.
- When used as a wireless slave, the 430EX II supports stroboscopic flash from the master unit
- Near silent recycling
- The LCD panel on the rear for viewing and changing settings
- Nine user-adjustable custom functions with 20 settings
- Metal locking foot
- Effective flash range of 2.3 to 79.7'
- AF assist beam works with 1-9 AF points and has a range of up to 32.8'
- Battery life of about 200-1400 flashes
- Bracket mounting hole
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