Question about Bower SFD35C for Canon TTL Flash

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My pictures are too dark

When using my Bower flash, pictures come out too dark, i dont know if it is a problem with the flash or sincrony with the camera, i need help!!!!

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  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2008

    require flash settings, in auto mode, zoom and asa settings, is there a auto mode?

  • italpro Mar 13, 2008

    The problem is just the same. I'm using the CANON EOS 1Ds MarkIII. All the picture are too dark.

  • Anonymous May 24, 2008

    Same problem with 40D. Will work on first shot then flash fires too late or too early but misses the shutter producing dark images and the flash has to be turned on and off to reset the sync. Sometimes I get an error message in the external flash menu, sometimes the menu comes up but the options aren't able to be changed.



    This flash works perfectly with my xti.

  • Anonymous Nov 02, 2008

    anybody? help! same problem with Canon 40d

  • wleonard1 Jan 03, 2009

    what is the solution????

  • ThomasLynch Apr 12, 2009

    this thing is a junker. dark and inconsistant flash

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This cheap flash work normally if ISO is set to 400.
But put it aside and I bought Nissin 622di and it works great in all modes

Posted on Mar 04, 2010

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The problem is just the same. I'm using the CANON EOS 40D. All the pictures are too dark. I can't take two pictures. Only switching off and on again. The camera has a "external flash" adjust and I can't use it because a warning message appear

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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Posted on Aug 09, 2008

I have a problem using SFD35C. After a shoot I must switch off and on in order to take another picture.....foolish.

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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