My flash has been working great until the last couple of days and guess what, I'm on may way to shoot some wedding photos.
When I put new batteries in and turn the flash on it immediately turns from the green ready mode to red. I'm unable to use the flash.
I called Canon tech support and they recommended that I clean contacts with a clean eraser. I tried that and it didn't work.
Do you have any ideas?
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I broke a lens once and just went and bought a New / Used Bounce Flash that had a uneversal flash-boot. most cameras have a flash plug in to acommidate Auto Flash Modes.
If You Know how to test Cameras and Adjustable 'Bounce" flashes like yours PAWN SHOPS are a PARADISE.
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