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- Product Type: Flashlight
- Guide Number: GN35
- Sound: Zoom
- Flash Time: 100-500(4 x AA Batteries)
- Flash Adjustment: HM
- Color Temperature: 5600k
- Fluctuation Rotation Angle: -7-90 Degrees
- Left-right Rotating Angle: 0-270 Degrees
- Size: 196.5 x 77.5 x 58.5mm/7.7 x 3.1 x 1.9in
- Compatible With: Canon
- This LCD flash supports fully automatic TTL operation with support for digital cameras
- The LCD of the camera flash provides with clear and complete information with direct operation and state of flashing
- Photographers can use this camera flash to capture every detail without the limitation of light
- The canon camera flash fully meets the professional photographers and advanced photography enthusiasts' needs
- The Professional LCD flash features multi-angle rotating head which allows flexible bounce flash photography
- This LCD flash is well designed which can guarantee your long-time use
- This camera flash unit provides a continuous lighting (not flashing), and the continuous lighting allows you handle exposure easily
- The LCD of the canon camera flash shows information clearly to provide you easy use
- No matter you are a professional or amateur photographer, our clip-on flash can meet your needs
- The camera flash is well-packed with two layers of boxes which can be a good gift for your friends as well
How Does a Camera Flash Work?
The Camera Flash Setup
It is very difficult for a camera to capture an image without the right amount of light. Usually, this is a significant amount that cannot be had without the help of a flash, unless of course you are shooting outside in direct sunlight. A flash works by charging a tube filled with xenon gas in order to create a brief burst of light. The setup of a camera flash is the tube of xenon gas itself, an electrode on each end, a metal trigger plate behind the tube, and circuitry that provides the necessary voltage to create the flash
The Flash's Circuitry
Before a camera can use a flash, it has to charge up enough voltage to create light. To do this, the power source sends electricity through special circuitry to increase the voltage the battery puts out. It takes about 1,000 to 4,000 volts or so to create a flash, and a battery emits only 1.5 volts. The electricity flows through a transformer made up of two coils, the first smaller than the second. An oscillator breaks up the electric flow in short bursts, which allows the first coil in the transformer to magnetize the second. This magnetization increases the voltage of the electricity to about 200 to 300 volts. This electricity is then stored in a capacitor
The Final Voltage Boost
The capacitor is like a battery in its own right, and it stores the new, higher voltage until it is full. When it fills up, an indicator light shows that the flash is charged. When the camera shutter button is pressed, the energy in the capacitor flows through one more transformer, which boosts the voltage in the same way as the first, up to the necessary 1,000 to 4,000 volts. This electricity then moves from the transformer onto the trigger plate
Creating the Flash
The trigger plate gets a strong positive charge when the electricity powers it. This charge instantly attracts electrons that are attached to atoms in the tube of xenon. Negatively charged electrons are pulled out from the atoms as other free electrons are pumped through both electrodes on the tube. This attraction of electrons is called ionization. When the electrons hit xenon atoms on their way from the tube to the trigger plate, light is created. This light is then focused in one direction, away from the camera, by a reflective surface behind the tube
How to Turn Off the Flash on Your Camera：
Most digital cameras have a flash installed to take images in dark or under-lit areas. When you're in a well-lit area or outdoors, the flash doesn't need to be on. In fact, the extra light from the flash may cause the image to be too bright. Digital cameras have either a button or option in the menu screen to turn the flash off. Read your owner's manual on how your flash works
- Turn on the camera by pressing the "Power" button
- Look at the LCD screen and see whether the flash logo is on. Flash logos are usually designated with a lightning bolt
- Turn off the flash by pressing the lightning bolt button on the LCD camera
- Turn off the flash by navigating through the options in the camera's menu if no flash button exists. Highlight the flash option and toggle it to the "Off" position
- 1 x Camera Flash
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