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The second version of the Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT can help you take full advantage of all the features on flashes such as the Speedlite EL-1, 600EX-RT, and 430EX III-RT. The popularity of its predecessor, Version two of the ST-E3-RT makes complex lighting setups simple by facilitating radio-controlled, two-way wireless...


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The Canon Speedlite EL-5 is a Powerful pack with modern features tuned for advanced photographers.  It is a high-powered flash with speed and long shooting times with a combination of features of the EL-5 with Maximum guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm (76Ws). Runs on rechargeable LP-EL Li-ion...


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The Olympus FL-700WR Electronic Flash is a wireless TTL-enabled strobe characterized by its weather-sealed design and 2.4 GHz radio control capabilities. The flash features a guide number of 137.8' at ISO 100, is fully compatible with the Olympus TTL system, and can function as a radio...


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Canon radio flash capabilities are trickling down from their flagship model with the integration of a 2.4 GHz wireless triggering system with master and slave capabilities in the mid-range Speedlite 430EX III-RT. The E-TTL / E-TTL II unit has a guide number of 141' at ISO 100...


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The lightweight Speedlite 320EX can be used for both stills shooting and video. Along with the 75 lux LED light, this versatile setup features a strobe with a rated guide number 105' at ISO 100 and 50mm for excellent illumination of your subject. Also, the flash head...


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The Speedlite EL-100 from Canon is a sleek strobe designed to give you more control, flexibility, and power than your camera's built-in flash. Offering a guide number of 85.3' at ISO 100 and 50mm, this flash also has a 90° tilting range, 330° rotating, and a similar spread to...


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Olympus FC-WR Receiver Specs Wireless Channels 15 Groups 3 Wireless Range 98.43' / 30 m Radio Frequency 2.4 GHz General Control Modes Manual, TTL Connectivity Ports 1 x PC Sync Mounting Bottom Mount Cold Foot (Locking) Top Mount Hot Shoe Electrical Battery Type 2 x AAA Environmental Operating Temperature 14...


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Sony HVL-F60RM II Specs Flash Head Guide Number 60' / 18.3 m at ISO 100 (200 mm Position) Coverage Full-Frame14 to 200 mm (with Reflector) Bounce Head Yes Swivel Head 180° Recycle Time Approx. 1.7 Second Exposure Control Exposure Control Sony ADI / P-TTL Wireless Wireless Operation...


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Sony HVL-F46RM Specs Flash Head Guide Number 150.9' / 46 m at ISO 100 (105 mm Position) Coverage Full-Frame24 to 105 mm15 mm (with Wide-Angle Adapter) Bounce Head Yes Swivel Head 180° Recycle Time Approx. 1.7 Second Exposure Control Exposure Control Sony ADI / P-TTL Wireless Wireless...


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Kenko AB600-R Specs Flash Head Guide Number 196.85' / 60 m at ISO 100 (200 mm Position) Coverage Full-Frame20 to 200 mm18 mm (with Wide-Angle Adapter) Bounce Head 0 to +120° Swivel Head 180° Recycle Time Approx. 0.1 to 3.5 Seconds Secondary Illumination Modeling Light Exposure Control...


One of the most vital pieces of equipment for any photographer has to be the camera flash. For photographers who specialize in product, event, or portrait photography, it is even more vital.

Buying online an external flash in Canada from a brand like Sony, Olympus, Canon, or Nikon is always a no-brainer, for it is a great deal stronger than the built-in camera flash. It enables you to take better-quality pictures.

Why Would You Purchase an External Flash for Your Camera?

Light modifiers

A flash can be used with a number of different light modifiers. Soft boxes, snoots, and shoot-through umbrellas are a few examples of these.

Stroboscopic effect

In a darkly lit environment, you can turn the strobe into the camera shutter to create a stroboscopic effect. Leave the shutter open and use a sequence of flashes to take numerous exposures of a moving object.

Off-camera flash

By triggering a camera flash via infrared, radio, or a shift in light, the flash can be employed even while the camera is not in use. If you can achieve this, your creative potential will be much greater.

No need to give it any more thought! If a camera flash is what you need to buy in Canada, Canada Electronics can assist you in making the best choice!