Wireless Flash Control With The Canon 60D




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Calvin Kokot: Thanks that was great help

E Miff: Thank you for an excellent video Mark. Thanks to you I now understand wireless flash on my Canon Keep up the excellent tutorials

Pam Reynolds: Thank you for explaining lighting so well in this video, especially for 'us oldies' who have taken up photography in their retirement.  

DonkeyProductz: What flash were you using?

NicholasPersaud: Your videos are great and very informative.  Thank you.  

Seanny D: When shooting in LIVE view, for those who don't know, there is an option for the autofocusing for situations. Live View is the default where the white box you see on the monitor will be the area for the camera to focus on. This is good for if you want to get low to the ground and focus on a subject by turning the wheel to move that focus box.

The second option is the Live view Face Detection. Obvious what it means. The camera, in autofocus, will look for faces to focus on when the shutter button is halfway pressed or via remote.

The last one is Quick Mode. I use this to autofocus quickly like during sports games where it'll be easier to look through live view than the viewfinder. Good for focusing on fast movement on the spot. Using any of the other two will take time for the camera to focus.

Jessica Sego: Thank you for posting this video!!  I am so excited.  My question is, how far away can the off camera flash be and still read my camera's trigger?  It doesn't seem like it can be very far unless I am doing something wrong!

Cardboard Tube Knight: I have been trying to figure out how to set the actual flash all day. 

Hygoog: It finally works! Thank you so much!

Lauren Harris: Thank you so much Mark! What stand and umbrella do you have the flash on? Thank you again for a wonderful tutorial.

Ashley Miller: Finally this works, thank you for the awesome video!

jidoe: Hi Mark,

Do you know if I can use my 60D to wirelessly fire a couple 580EXII Speedlites (using the wirelss function you go over in this video) AND simultaneously fire a studio flash with a Pocket Wizard II?

I'd like to use my Speedlite strobes and studio flash at the same time.

Bobbi jensen: Does this negate the need for an ettl flash cord?

[ Closed ]: Hi how do I i fire it with High speed sync

Kyle cas: how do i fire it wirelessly with out the pop up flash?

DeepBleakness: godox 680 flash dose work wireless with 60D ?

Leandro Guimarães: That was reeeeally helpfull! Great lesson!

travis walden: ive had my 60D for a little over a week now and i had no idea i could fire my 430EX II like this!!! no more need for pocket wizards! thanks man!!! im trying to get better at using off camera flash as well for portraits and if i ever did invest in a second flash, would the same concept work to fire both at the same time?
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