Question about Canon Speedlite 550EX TTL Flash
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: speedlite 550EX Speedlite Flash
Let the flash rest for two weeks, to discharge the cap.
Buy Energizer Lit. Batteries.
Do not touch batteries ends with fingers.
Cleans 4 batteries with an Ink Eraser.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
SOURCE: Canon Speedlite 550EX
I know you probably have already fixed the problem, but in case you didn't, or just to help others with the same problem:
This morning I connected my 550 EX to my camera and had the same issue with the info on the LCD flashing incessantly. Turned out to be the diffuser on top of the flash head, the one you pull out, then down over the flash to soften the light. If the diffuser is pulled out even two millimeters from its resting position, the LCD won't stop flashing! Just push it back in, and voila!
hope this can be of help
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Most any slave light will work I use a old vivitar flash with a slave module in the cord to camera outlet woks gook for a fill light. helix camera .com ritz camera. or ebay don't digital flashes a little different than strobes i played with the settings until i got the desired lightng I wanted., if your camera has a hot shoe you can get a slave to fire an external flash with it.hope i helped
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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