Canon EOSIX Lite Instruction manual

Canon
SPEEDLITE
580EXII
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODE D'EMPLOI
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
Canon
SPEEDLITE
SBOEXII
Thank you for purchasing a Canon product.
The Canon Speedlite 580EX II is an EOS-dedicated, high-output flash
unit automatically compatible with E-TTL II, E-TTL, and TTL autoflash.
It can serve as an on-camera flash as well as a master unit or a slave
unit in a wireless, multiple-Speedlite system. It has the same dust- and
water-resistance as EOS-1D series cameras.
" Read this instruction manual while also referring to your
camera's instruction manual.
Before using the Speedlite, read this instruction manual and your camera's
instruction manual to familiarize yourself with the Speedlite operations.
• The basic operation is as easy as with normal AE shooting.
When the 580EX II is attached to an EOS camera, almost all automatic
exposure control for flash photography is handled by the camera.
It is almost the same as using the camera's built-in flash if it has one. You can
think of the 580EX II as a built-in, high-output flash, but attached externally.
" It becomes automatically compatible with the camera's flash
metering mode (E-TTL II, E-TTL, and TTL).
In accordance with the camera's flash control system, the Speedlite controls
the flash automatically in the respective flash metering mode:
1. E-TTL II autoflash (evaluative flash metering with preflash reading/lens
distance information)
2. E-TTL autoflash (evaluative flash metering with preflash reading)
3. TTL autoflash (off-the-film metering for real-time flash metering)
Regarding the camera's available flash metering modes, refer to the
"External Speed lite" specification in the "Specifications" of your
camera's instruction manual.
The camera instruction manual's chapter on flash photography will refer
to cameras having flash metering modes 1 or 2 as a Type-A camera
(compatible with E-TTL II or E-TTL). And cameras having flash
metering mode 3 (compatible with only TTL) are called Type-B
cameras.
* This instruction manual assumes that you are using the Speedlite
with a Type-A camera.
For Type-B cameras, see page 55.
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Contents
1 Getting Started and Basic Operation
2
7
Using Flash
13
3 Wireless Flash
33
4
Reference........................................................................... 47
Conventions Used in this Manual
.., The < @ > symbol in the text refers to the Select Dial.
• The <@> symbol in the text refers to the Select/Set button .
., The [liD symbol in the text refers to a Custom Function.
• The operation procedures in this instruction manual assume that both
the camera and Speed lite's power switches are ON.
e Icons used in the text to indicate the respective buttons, dials, and
settings match the same icons found on the camera and Speedlite.
• The (04) / (06) / (816) icons indicate that the respective function
remains in effect for 4 sec., 6 sec., or 16 sec. after you let go of the
button.
• Reference page numbers are indicated by (p.**).
8' This instruction manual uses the following alert symbols:
.. : The Caution symbol indicates a warning to prevent shooting
problems.
[i] : The Note symbol gives supplemental information.
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Nomenclature
Flash head/
Wireless
transmitter
canon
SPEEDLITE S80EX II
Wireless sensor---:---:;.c-AF-assist beam emitter --+--T.\--(p.49)
External metering---"~
sensor (p.30)
Mounting foot
(P.9)--=~~~~:r
Locking pin (p.9)
Case
Contacts
Mini stand
Shoe
4
<PUSH>
Bounce lock release
button (p.18)
LCD panel-----,.
< MOD E> - - - - - - - ,
Flash mode/
Slave setting button
(p.11, 22, 24/45, 46)
* < :.t'?.:IC.Fn > -------,
LCD panel illumination/
Custom Function setting
button (p.6/27)
~~;::::::=--!-\.w--JA¥-- < ~H I t:I>
>
High-speed sync
(FP flash)/Shutter curtain
synchronization button
(p.17/26)
-+-- Battery compartment
cover (p.8)
<PILOT> - - - - - - T Pilot lamplTest firing/
Wireless slave power
ON button (p.1 0/38)
Flash exposure ---~
confirmation lamp (p.11)
Mounting foot's
lock lever (p.9)
Lock-release button (p.9)
Dust- and water-resistant
adapter
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Power switch (p.1 0)
<OFF> : Power off
<ON> : Power on
< @ > Select Dial
* < @ > Select/Set button
Asterisked buttons have functions which remain active for 8 sec. after you
press and let go of the button. The < =f>.: > illumination lasts for 12 sec.
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LCD Panel
<ISO> ISO speed
Manual flash output level
Flash exposure
compensation amount
FEB compensation amount
< {! > High-speed sync
(FP flash)
<~>
<~>
Manual zoom
Aperture
FEB status
Stroboscopic flash count
Stroboscopic flash frequency
Manual flash 1/3-stop
increment indicator
Custom Function No.
Custom Function setting
FEB
~~-+--Slave
< CIm >
10
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Custom Function
< 3J > Flash - - - - - - "
exposure compensation
<
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> --
Indicator
(meters)
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Second-curtain sync
Firing mode - - - - - - - - '
Master flash ON: .~~
Master flash OFF: ."Z.~
Slave flash :
~~
< ~ > Flash bounce indicator
(Blinks for 7 down)
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Indicator (feet)
< -iMII•• > Flash ratio
<a1tA'_> Slave
<">Channel
To illuminate the LCD panel, press the < :.f:r > button.
The items actually displayed depend on the current settings.
Getting Started and
Basic Operation
Installing the Batteries............................................ 8
Attaching to the Camera......................................... 9
Turning on the Power Switch................................ 10
Fully Automatic Flash Shooting
11
Using E-TTL II and E-TTL Autoflash in the
Shooting Modes.................................................... 12
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Cautions for firing continuous flashes ------,
" To avoid overheating and degrading the flash
head, do not fire more than 20 continuous
flashes. After 20 continuous flashes, allow a rest
time of at least 10 min.
• If you fire more than 20 continuous flashes and
then fire more flashes in short intervals, the
inner overheating prevention function may be
activated to make the recycling time about 8 to
20 sec. If this occurs, allow a rest time of about
15 min. and the flash will then return to normal.
Installing the Batteries
Install four size-AA batteries.
1 Open the cover.
• Use your thumb to press the battery
compartment lock lever, then slide it
as shown by the arrow CD to open the
cover.
2
Install the batteries.
" Make sure the + and - battery
contacts are properly oriented as
shown in the compartment.
3 Close the cover.
• Close the battery compartment cover
and slide it as shown by the arrow.
~ When the cover clicks in place, it will
be locked.
Recycling Time and Flash Count (with size-AA alkaline batteries)
QoickFlash ...
Approx. 0.1 - 2.5 sec.
Approx. 0.1 - 5 sec.
Approx. 100 - 700
• Based on new size-AA alkaline batteries and Canon's testing standards.
• Quick flash enables a flash to be fired before flash-ready (p.1 0).
. . • Using size-AA batteries other than the alkaline type may cause improper
battery contact due to the irregular shape of the battery contacts.
• If you change the batteries after firing many flashes continuously, be
aware that the batteries might be hot.
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Use a new set of four batteries of the same brand. When replacing the
batteries, replace all four at one time.
Size-AA Ni-MH or lithium batteries can also be used.
Attaching to the Camera
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1 Attach the Speedlite.
• Slip the Speedlite's mounting foot into
the camera's hot shoe all the way.
Secure the Speedlite.
• On the mounting foot, slide the lock
lever to the rig ht.
.,. When the lock lever clicks in place, it
will be locked.
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3 oewtahc,hle the
s,peethdlilte·
pressing e oc k-re ease
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button, slide the lock lever to the left
and detach the Speedlite.
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Turning on the Power Switch
II,
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1 Set the power switch to < 0 N >.
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2
The flash recycling starts.
Check that the flash is ready.
• The pilot lamp will first turn green (ready
for quick flash), then red (flash ready).
• Pressing the pilot lamp will fire a test
flash.
About Quick Flash
Quick flash enables a flash to be fired before flash-ready, when the pilot
lamp is still green.
Although the Guide No. will be 1/6 to 1/2 that of the full output, quick flash
is effective for near subjects and when you want a shorter recycle time.
Set the drive mode to single shooting. Quick flash cannot be used in the
continuous shooting, FEB, manual flash, and stroboscopic flash modes.
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Quick flash can also be used during continuous flash shooting.
(C.Fn-06 ~ p.27)
About Auto Power Off
To save battery power, the power will turn off automatically after a
certain period (approx. 1.5 min. to 15 min.) of idle use. To turn on the
Speedlite again, press the camera's shutter button halfway. Or press
the Speed lite's test firing button.
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Auto Power Off can also be disabled. (C.Fn-01 ~ p.27)
l:il • A test flash cannot be fired while the camera's operation timer ~4 or ~6
ill)
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is active.
The Speedlite's settings will be retained in memory even after the power
is turned off. To retain the Speedlite's settings after you replace the
batteries, turn off the power and replace the batteries within 1 minute.
Fully Automatic Flash Shooting
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When you set the camera's shooting mode to < P> (Program AE) or
< 0 > (Full Auto), E-TTL II/E-TTL fully automatic flash will make it as
easy as normal AE shooting in the < P > and < 0 > modes.
"'i Set the Speedlite to < ETTL >.
Zoom 50mm
0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
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3
4
6
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• Press the < MODE> button so that
<ETTL> is displayed.
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•
Focus the subject.
Press the shutter button halfway to focus.
The shutter speed and aperture will
be displayed in the viewfinder.
;~ Check that the < ~ > icon is lit in the
viewfinder.
ETTL
Zoom SOmm
F- 5.6
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0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
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3
4
6
9
Take the picture.
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Check that the subject is within the
effective range displayed on the LCD
panel.
Right before the shot is taken, a preflash
is fired, then the main flash is fired.
If a standard flash exposure was
obtained, the flash exposure confirmation
lamp will light for about 3 sec.
<ETTL> will be displayed on the LCD panel even if the camera is
compatible with E-TTL II.
• If the flash exposure confirmation lamp does not light, move closer to the
subject and take the picture again. With a digital camera, you can also
increase the camera's ISO speed.
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Using E-TTL II and E-TTL Autoflash in the Shooting Modes ..
Just set the camera's shooting mode to < Av> (aperture-priority AE),
<Tv> (shutter-priority AE), or <M> (manual) and you can use E-TTL III
E-TTL autoflash.
Tv
....
Av
Select this mode when you want to set the shutter speed manually.
The camera will then automatically set the aperture matching the shutter
speed to obtain a standard exposure.
~
If the aperture display blinks, it means that the background exposure will
be underexposed or overexposed. Adjust the shutter speed until the
aperture display stops blinking .
Select this mode when you want to set the aperture manually.
The camera will then automatically set the shutter speed matching the
aperture to obtain a standard exposure.
If the background is dark like a night scene, a slow sync speed will be used
to obtain a standard exposure of both the main subject and background.
Standard exposure of the main subject is obtained with the flash, while a
standard exposure of the background is obtained with a slow shutter speed.
• Since a slow shutter speed will be used for low-light scenes, using a
tripod is recommended.
• If the shutter speed display blinks, it means that the background
exposure will be underexposed or overexposed. Adjust the aperture until
the shutter speed display stops blinking.
M
Select this mode if you want to set both the shutter speed and aperture
manually.
Standard exposure of the main subject is obtained with the flash. The
exposure of the background is obtained with the shutter speed and aperture
combination you set.
• If you use the < DEP > or < A·DEP > shooting mode, the result will be the same as
using the < P > (Program AE) mode.
Flash Sync Speeds and Apertures Used
Shutter Speed Setting
Aperture Setting
P
Set automatically (1/60 sec. - 1/X sec.)
Automatic
Tv
Av
Set manually (30 sec. - 1/X sec.)
Automatic
Set automatically (30 sec. - 1/X sec.)
Manual
M
Set manually (bulb, 30 sec. - 1IX sec.)
Manual
• 1/X sec. is the camera's maximum flash sync speed.
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Using Flash
~ Flash Exposure Compensation...................... 14
~
FEB
FEL: FE Lock
'II High-speed Sync.............................................
Bounce Flash........................................................
ZOOM: Setting the Flash Coverage and Using
the Wide Panel.....................................................
M: Manual Flash.................................................
MULTI: Stroboscopic Flash
~ Second-Curtain Sync....................................
C.Fn: Setting Custom Functions
External Flash Metering
Speedlite Control with the Camera's Menu
Screen
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24
26
27
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~ Flash Exposure Compensation ~
In the same way as normal exposure compensation, you can set
exposure compensation for flash. The flash exposure compensation
amount can be set up to ±3 stops in 1/3-stop increments. (If the
camera's exposure compensation is in 1/2-stop increments, flash
exposure compensation will be in 1/2-stop increments.)
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Select <~>.
" Press the < @ > button so that < ~ >
is displayed.
~\>' The < ~ > icon and the flash
exposure compensation amount will
blink.
Set the flash exposure
compensation amount.
• Turn the <@> dial to set the amount.
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To cancel the flash exposure
compensation, set the amount to
"+0."
3 Press the <@> button.
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Flash exposure compensation will be
set.
[]] If flash exposure compensation has been set with both the Speed lite and
camera, the Speed lite's flash exposure compensation amount will override
the camera's.
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Setting the flash exposure compensation can be limited to only the <@>
dial. (C.Fn-13 ~ p.27)
~ FEB
You can take three flash shots while automatically changing the flash
output for each shot up to ±3 stops in 1/3-stop increments (1/2-stop
increments if the camera enables only 1/2-stop increments). This is
called FEB (Flash Exposure Bracketing).
'1
Select <~>.
• Press the < @ > button so that < ~ >
is displayed.
~. The < ~ > icon and bracketing
amount will blink.
Set the flash exposure bracketing
amount.
8' Turn the <@ > dial to set the amount.
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1/ 3 ... I I \ ...
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3 Press the <@> button.
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FEB will be set.
III • After the three shots are taken, FEB will be cancelled automatically.
., For FEB, set the camera's drive mode to single shooting. Be sure the
flash is ready before shooting.
• You can also combine FEB with flash exposure compensation and FE
lock.
l!Im
You can prevent the FEB from being cancelled automatically after the
three shots are taken. (C.Fn-03 ~ p.27)
l!Im
The FEB shooting sequence can be changed. (C.Fn-04 ~ p.27)
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FEL: FE Lock
FE (flash exposure) lock locks the correct flash exposure setting for any
part of the scene.
With <ETTL> displayed on the LCD panel, you press the camera's
< FEL > button. If the camera does not have the < FEL > button, press the
<*> button.
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'1
Focus the subject.
2
Press the <FEL> button. (816)
• Aim the subject at the center of the
viewfinder and press the < FEL >
button.
~. The Speedlite will fire a preflash and
the required flash output for the
subject is retained in memory.
~ "FEL" will be displayed in the
viewfinder for 0.5 sec.
• Each time you press the <FEL>
button, a preflash will be fired and a
new flash exposure setting will be
locked.
If the subject is too far away and underexposure will result, the < ~ > icon
will blink in the viewfinder. Move closer to the subject and try the FE lock
again.
it If <ETTL> is not displayed on the LCD panel, FE lock cannot be set.
• If the subject is too small, FE lock might not be very effective.
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With high-speed sync (FP flash), the flash can synchronize with all
shutter speeds. This is convenient when you want to use aperture
priority for fill-flash portraits.
ETT E!I
Zoom SOmm
Select <~>.
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0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
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3
4
6
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Press the < ~H/~ > button so that
<~> is displayed.
~ In the viewfinder, check that the < ~H >
icon is displayed.
If you set a shutter speed that is the same or slower than the camera's
maximum flash sync speed, <~H> will not be displayed in the viewfinder.
With high-speed sync, the faster the shutter speed, the shorter the
effective flash range will become. Check the LCD panel for the effective
flash range.
To return to normal flash, press the <~H/~> button again. The <DB>
icon will disappear.
Stroboscopic flash cannot be set.
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Bounce Flash •
By pointing the flash head toward a wall or ceiling, the flash will bounce
off the surface before illuminating the subject. This can soften shadows
behind the subject for a more natural-looking shot. This is called bounce
flash.
Set the Bounce Direction
Hold down the < PUSH> button and turn the flash head.
If the flash coverage is set automatically, the flash coverage will be fixed
to 50mm.
The LCD panel will also display < - - > mm .
., You can also set the flash coverage manually.
. . ., If the wall or ceiling is too far away, the bounced flash might be too weak
and result in underexposure.
0\ The wall or ceiling should be a plain, white color for high reflectance. If
the bounce surface is not white, a color cast may result in the picture.
.. After you take the shot, if the flash exposure confirmation lamp does not
light, use a larger aperture opening and try again.
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Creating a Catchlight
With the catchlight panel, you can create a catchlight in the subject's
eyes to add life to the facial expression.
1.·
Point the flash head upward by
90°.
Pull out the wide panel.
.. The catchlight panel will come out at
the same time.
3
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Pus
ph thh.e wildehPa~del backI in.
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us In on y t e WI e pane.
Follow the same procedure as for
bounce flash.
Point the flash head straight ahead and then upward by 90 0 • The
catchlight will not work if you swing the flash head left or right.
'. For maximum catchlight effect, stay within 1.5 m/4.9 ft of the subject.
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Closeup Flash Shooting
When shooting a subject within about 0.5 - 2 m (1.6 - 6.6 ft) away, hold
down the < PUSH> button and tilt the flash head downward by 7° to
illuminate the lower part of the image.
ETTL
Zoom SDmm
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F- 5.6
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0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2;'3/
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ZOO M: Setting the Flash Coverage and Using the Wide Panel
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The flash coverage can be set to match the lens focal length from
24mm to 105mm. The flash coverage can be set automatically or
manually. Also, with the built-in wide panel, the flash coverage can be
expanded for 14mm wide-angle lenses.
ETTL
0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
IiDZoom 2Ymm
3
4
6
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Press the <ZOOM/~> button.
e Turn the <@ > dial to change the
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flash coverage.
If < 1m > is not displayed, the flash
coverage will be set automatically.
aJ • If you set the flash coverage manually, make sure it covers the lens focal
length so that the picture will not have a dark periphery.
• If you use a commercially-available sync cord to connect the camera to
the Speedlite's PC terminal, set the flash zoom manually.
Using the Wide Panel
Pull out the wide panel and place it over
the flash head as shown. The flash
coverage will then be extended for
14mm.
,'~; The catchlight panel will come out at
the same time. Push the catchlight
panel back in.
~~ The <ZOOM/~> button will not
work.
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The flash coverage will not be compatible with the EF15mm f/2.8 Fisheye
lens.
If you use bounce flash with the wide panel in place, the entire display on
the LCD panel will blink as a warning. Since the subject will be
illuminated by both the bounce flash and direct flash, it will look
unnatural.
{, Pullout the wide panel gently. Using excessive force may detach the
wide panel.
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Auto Zoom for Image Size
EOS DIGITAL cameras have one of three image sizes. The lens'
effective focal length will differ depending on the camera's image size.
The Speedlite automatically recognizes the EOS DIGITAL camera's
image size and automatically sets the flash coverage for lens focal
lengths from 24mm to 105mm.
When the Speedlite is attached to a compatible camera, < § > will
appear on the Speed lite's LCD panel.
ETTL
-------
0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
SiD
3
4
6
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Auto zoom can be disabled. (C.Fn-09 ~ p.27)
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M:
Manual Flash
You can set the flash output from 1/128 power to 1/1 full power in 1/3stop increments.
Use a hand-held flash meter to determine the required flash output to
obtain a correct flash exposure.
Zoom SOmm
1 Press the <MODE> button so
that < M> is displayed.
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0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
3
4
6
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2
Set the flash output.
.. Press the <@> button .
.... The flash output blinks.
• Turn the <@> dial to set the flash
output, then press the < @ > button.
Zoom SOmm
M
0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
3
4
6
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Press the shutter button halfway to
see the effective flash range
displayed.
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Flash Output Display
When you change the flash output during shooting, the table below
makes it easier to see how the stop changes such as 1/2 -0.3 ~ 1/2 ~
1/2 +0.3. You can see how the stop changes when you increase or
decrease the flash output.
For example, when you decrease the flash output to 1/2, 1/2 -0.3, or 1/2
-0.7, and then increase the flash output to more than 1/2, 1/2 +0.3, 1/2
+0.7, and 1/1 will be displayed.
Figures for decreased flash output
(Example)
1/1
1/1 -0.7
1/1 -0.3
1/2 +0.7
1/2 +0.3
~
22
1/2
~
1/2 -0.3
1/2 -0.7
1/4 +0.7
1/4 +0.3
Figures for increased flash output
1/4
•••
•••
Metered Manual Flash Exposures
When the Speedlite is attached to an EOS-1 0 series camera, you can
set the flash level manually for closeup subjects.
1 Set the camera and Speedlite.
~ Set the camera's shooting mode to < M > or < Av >.
• ' Set the Speedlite to manual flash.
42 Focus the subject.
.' Focus manually.
3
Set up an 18% gray card.
• Place the gray card at the subject's position.
• In the viewfinder, the entire spot metering circle at the center
should cover the gray card.
4
Press the < FEL > button. (816)
~
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The Speedlite will fire a preflash and the required flash output for
the subject is retained in memory.
On the right side of the viewfinder, the exposure level indicator
will show the flash exposure level for the correct flash exposure.
S Set the flash exposure level.
• Adjust the Speedlite's manual flash level and the
camera aperture so that the flash exposure level
aligns with the standard exposure index.
6 Take the picture.
• Remove the gray card and take the picture.
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This feature works only with EX-series Speed lites with manual flash coupled
with an EOS-1D series camera.
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With stroboscopic flash, a rapid series of flashes is fired. It can be used
to capture multiple images of a moving subject in a single photograph.
You can set the firing frequency (number of flashes per sec. expressed
as Hz), the number of flashes, and the flash output.
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Zoom 3Smm
U:28 - - 0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
3
4
6
1Hz
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Press the <MODE> button so
that < MULTI> is displayed.
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Select the item to be set.
{;$!' Press the < @ > button to select the
item (blinks).
3 Set the desired number.
• Turn the < @ > dial to set the number,
then press the < @ > button.
~> The next item to be set will blink.
~ After you set the flash output and
press the <@> button, all the
settings will be displayed.
Calculating the Shutter Speed
During stroboscopic flash, the shutter remains open until the firing
stops. Use the formula below to calculate the shutter speed and set it
with the camera.
Number of flashes -:-- Firing frequency = Shutter speed
For example, if the number of flashes is 10 and the firing frequency is
5 Hz, the shutter speed should be at least 2 sec.
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-- To avoid overheating and deteriorating the flash head, do not use stroboscopic
flash more than 10 times in succession. After 10 times, allow the Speedlite to
rest for at least 15 min. If you try to use the stroboscopic flash more than 10
times in succession, the firing might stop automatically to protect the flash
head. If this happens, allow the Speedlite to rest for at least 15 min.
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Stroboscopic flash is most effective with a highly reflective subject
against a dark background.
Using a tripod, a remote switch, and external power source is recommended.
A flash output of 1/1 or 1/2 cannot be set for stroboscopic flash.
Stroboscopic flash can be used with "bulb."
If the number of flashes is displayed as - -, the firing will continue until the shutter closes or
the battery is exhausted. The number of flashes will be limited as shown by the table below.
Maximum Stroboscopic Flashes
~
1/4
Flash Outpu
1/8
1/16
1/32
1/64
1/128
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1/4
Flash Outpu
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1/8
1/16
1/32
1/64
1/128
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40
70
90
30
60
80
10
11
2
4
8
2
4
8
2
4
2
4
8
20
50
70
20
40
70
20
40
60
12 -14 15·19 20 - 50 60 -199
2
4
8
2
4
8
18
35
50
16
30
40
12
20
40
8
If the number of flashes is displayed as - -, the maximum number of flashes will
be as shown by the table below regardless of the firing frequency.
Flash Output
Flash Count
1/4
1/8
1/16
1/32
1/64
1/128
2
4
8
12
20
40
25
~ Second-Curtain Sync
With a slow shutter speed, you can create a light trail following the
subject. The flash fires right before the shutter closes.
ETTL
Zoom SDmm
-<3-0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
III
26
3
4
6
Press the <~H/~> button so that
<~> is displayed.
9 13 18 m
Second-curtain sync works well in the camera's "bulb" mode.
• To return to normal flash, press the <~H/~> button again. The <~>
icon will disappear.
., With E-TTL IIIE-TTL, two flashes will be fired even at slow shutter
speeds. The first flash is only the preflash, and not a malfunction.
<Ii Stroboscopic flash cannot be set.
~. Wireless flash cannot be set.
\l
C.Fn: Setting Custom Functions
~
You can customize Speedlite features to suit your shooting preferences.
You do this with Custom Functions.
Custom
Function
No.
Function
C.Fn-OO
Distance indicator display
C.Fn-01
Auto power off
C.Fn-02
C.Fn-03
C.Fn-04
C.Fn-05
Modeling flash
FEB auto cancel
FEB sequence
Flash metering mode
C.Fn-06
Quickflash with continuous
shot
C.Fn-07
Test firing with autoflash
C.Fn-08
AF-assist beam firing
C.Fn-09
Auto zoom for sensor size
C.Fn-10
Slave auto power off timer
Setting
No.
Settings & Description
Reference
page
-
0
Meters (m)
1
Feet (ft)
0
Enabled
1
Disabled
0
Enabled (Depth-of-field preview
button)
1
Enabled (Test firing button)
2
Enabled (with both buttons)
3
Disabled
0
Enabled
1
Disabled
0
O~-~+
1
-~O~+
0
E-TTL II/E-TTL
p.12
1
TTL
p.55
2
External metering: Auto
p.30
3
External metering: Manual
p.30
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
0
1/32
-
1
Full output
-
0
Enabled
1
Disabled
0
Enabled
1
Disabled
0
60 minutes
1
10 minutes
0
Within 8 hours
1
Within 1 hour
C.Fn-11
Slave auto power off cancel
C.Fn-12
Flash recycle with external
power source
0
Flash and external power
1
External power source
C.Fn-13
Flash exposure metering
setting
0
Speed lite button and dial
1
Speed lite dial only
p.10
p.44
p.15
p.10
p.49
p.21
p.39
p.48
p.14
27
1
F" []:
~
[]
8---
Hold down the < :,(~>:-/C.Fn > button
until < CIm > is displayed.
Select the Custom Function No.
~ Turn the <@ > dial to set the Custom
Function No.
,3
\
LOCK ~
L/
,
I ,
~~_F_"_[]_2__-'_I:_'--"
28
Change the setting.
• Press the < @ > button.
~ The Custom Function No. blinks.
Turn the < @> dial to set the desired
number, then press the < @ > button.
~, After you set the Custom Function
and press the <MODE> button, the
camera will be ready to shoot.
C.Fn-02-3: Convenient when you want to check the depth of field. (p.44)
C.Fn-12: If an external power source is used, the flash recycling is
powered concurrently by the internal batteries and external
power source. In this case, when the internal batteries
become exhausted first, shooting might not be possible. If 1
is set, the flash recycling will be powered only by the
external power source. The internal batteries will thereby
last longer. Note that even if you set it to 1, the Speedlite will
still require internal batteries for flash control.
u
~
C.Fn-05-1 is geared for EOS-series film cameras.
Do not set it if you have a, EOS DIGITAL camera or the EOS REBEL T2/
300X. If C.Fn-05-1 is set for such cameras, the flash control will not work
properly. The flash might not fire or it might fire only at full output.
{\;, With Type-A cameras, if C.Fn-05-1 is set, wireless autoflash shooting will
not be possible.
$ If "AF-assist beam OFF" is set with the Speedlite or camera, the AFassist beam will not be emitted.
[]] With Type-B cameras, even if C.Fn-05-0 is set, E-TTL II/E-TTL autoflash will
not work.
29
External Flash Metering
The flash reflected off the subject is metered by an external metering
sensor in real time. When the standard flash exposure is attained, the
flash output is cutoff automatically. Auto external metering compatible
with the EOS-1 D Mark III and manual external metering compatible with
all EOS cameras are provided.
E: Auto External Metering
E
Zoom 35mm
F- 5.6
Set auto external metering.
'$
CID
0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
[i] •
\~
4
6
9 13 18 m
With auto external metering, the camera's ISO speed and aperture will
be set automatically in real-time by the Speedlite.
Auto external metering will also work with flash exposure compensation
(p.14) and FEB (p.15).
EM:
Manual External Metering
Zoom 35mm
:00 F- 5.6
E
M
3
ISO
CID
0.5 0.7 1 1.5 2
3
4
6
~sol
9
1 Set manual external metering.
8
Set the Speedlite Custom Function to
C.Fn-05-3. (p.27)
13 18 m
Set the Speedlite to the camera's
ISO speed.
• Press the < G} > button so the ISO
.....
Zoom 35m
-100- F- 5
..... 1 '
30
Set the Speedlite Custom Function to
C.Fn-05-2. (p.27)
speed blinks.
~, Turn the <@ > dial to set the ISO
speed, then press the <@> button.
3 Set the Speedlite to the camera's
aperture setting.
• Press the < @ > button so the
aperture setting blinks.
• Turn the <@» dial to set the
aperture, then press the <@> button.
aJ •
After completing the settings, press the
shutter button halfway. The effective flash
range will be displayed on the Speedlite's
LCD panel.
0.5
Ci-----u
~1.5
2
3
4
6
18 m
• With manual external metering, you can connect the camera to the
Speed lite's PC terminal with a sync cord and place the Speedlite at a
different position from the camera.
e You cannot connect a Speed lite to another Speedlite's PC terminal with
a sync cord. The second Speedlite will not fire.
31
Speedlite Control with the Camera's Menu Screen
If the Speedlite is attached to an EOS camera which has a Speedlite
control function, it can control the Speedlite as shown below. For the
menu operation procedure, refer to your camera's instruction manual.
• Setting Speedlite functions
The settable functions will vary depending on the flash mode.
· Flash mode
· Shutter sync (1 st/2nd curtain)
·FEB
· Flash exposure compensation
· Flash metering mode
· Flash firing
· Clear Speedlite settings
• speedlite Custom Functions
· C.Fn-OO - 13, Total 14
• Clear All Speed lite Custom Functions
Only C.Fn-OO will not be cleared.
Flash function settings screen*
Flash C.Fn settings screen*
* Screens from the EOS-1 D Mark III.
U
~
32
If flash exposure compensation has already been set with the Speedlite,
flash exposure compensation cannot be set with the camera. To set it with
the camera, first set the Speedlite's flash exposure compensation to zero.
If any Speedlite Custom Functions and flash function settings other than
flash exposure compensation have been set by both the camera and
Speedlite, the latest setting will take effect.
II
Wireless Flash
About Wireless Flash
Wireless Settings..................................................
Fully Automatic Wireless Flash............................
Flash Ratio with E-TTL II
Setting the Flash Output for Each Slave..............
Setting Manual Flash and Stroboscopic Flash
with the Slave
34
36
37
41
45
46
About Wireless Flash
With multiple Canon Speed lites having the wireless flash feature, you
can create various lighting effects with the same ease as using normal
E-TTL II autoflash.
The settings you input with the 580EX II (master unit) attached to the
camera are also automatically transmitted to the slave units which are
controlled by the master unit via wireless. Therefore, you need not
operate the slave unit(s) at all during the shoot.
The basic wireless set-up is illustrated below. All you need to do is set
the master unit to < ETTL > enable wireless E-TTL II autoflash (p.37).
Note that with Type-A cameras prior to the EOS-1 0 Mark II and EOS
ELAN 7NE/ELAN 7N/30V/33V, E-TTL autoflash will be used instead.
Positioning and Operation Range
~....
'.
Outdoors
emmI......
'"
'--A...}'-r---.-___
".
8m (26.2ft.) 12m (39.4ft.)
~
34
.. Any flash exposure compensation, high-speed sync (FP flash), FE lock,
FEB, manual flash, and stroboscopic flash settings set with the master
unit will all be automatically transmitted to the slave units.
• Even with multiple slave units, all of them will be controlled in the same
way via wireless.
• A 580EX II set as a slave unit can also be controlled by wireless by
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 (optional).
.. Hereinafter, the "master unit" will refer to a 580EX II attached to the
camera, and a "slave unit" will be a wireless 580EX II.
Multi-Speedlite, Wireless Lighting Configurations
You can create two or three slave groups and set the flash ratio for ETTL II autoflash shooting (p.41 - 45).
Wireless flash with two slave groups (p.41)
Outdoors
,--~...,-----
8m (26.2ft.) 12m (39.4ft.)
Wireless flash with three slave groups (p.43)
Outdoors
1_--__
8m (26.2ft.) 12m (39.4ft.)
35
Wireless Settings
~.I{r ~1l\1I.-lirE'. '. . . .l11li
You can switch between normal flash and wireless flash. For normal
shooting, be sure to set the wireless setting to OFF.
Master Unit Setting
1
ETTL
-2.-.
,I~
--'-1-'------
Set it as the master unit.
mlZoom 2Ymm
ETTL
.. I ..
, I ~
... \
-""2.-. '"
-
I /-0
IMMdj' .e.
~ I , ....
Press the <ZOOM> button for 2
sec. or longer until the display
blinks as shown on the left.
n-
1 ,
--'-1-'------
~ Turn the < @ > dial until < MASTER >
blinks, then press the < @> button.
~ <
> and <. . > will be
displayed, and the Speedlite is set as
the master unit.
ETTL
mlZoom 2Ymm
Slave Unit Setting
ETTL
Set it as a slave unit.
mlZoom 2Ymm
... I ...
_~~
-0
..:".i!~S?-:: I
--'-1-'-'" "/
n..
I ,,~-
,\\ Do the "Master Unit Setting"
procedure above. For step 2, turn the
<@> dial until <
> blinks,
then press the <@> button.
_~ <
> and <. . > will be
displayed, and the Speedlite is set as
a slave unit.
ETTL
mlZoom 2Ymm
3.:) ID3
2 ...'
36
1
.""9-
A
Fully Automatic Wireless Flash
~lf6~
This method has all the Speedlites fire at the same flash output with ETTL II autoflash controlling the total flash output.
ETTL
~Zoom 2Ymm
ETTL
~Zoom 2Ymm
:=K)
.2 . .,,·V
7... _
4-
ETTL
;'¥~
Set the camera-attached 580EX II
~ as the master unit.
~\
Set the other 580EX II
Speedlites(s) as the wireless
slave unit(s).
A
~Zoom 2Ymm
~~
:z.~A
~
;.~~
,,~~"
Check the communication
channel.
.~
If the master unit and slave unit(s) are
set to a different channel, set them all
to the same channel (pAO).
Position the camera and
Speedlites.
Position the Speedlites within the
range shown on the next page.
I: Set the master unit's flash mode
to <ETTL>.
$ For shooting, < ETTl > will also be
~
set automatically for the slave unit(s).
Check that the flash is ready.
@,
When the slave unit(s) is ready to fire,
the AF-assist beam will blink at 1-sec.
intervals.
37
Check the flash operation .
• Press the master unit's test firing
button.
l\'" The slave unit will fire. If the flash
does not fire, adjust the slave unit's
angle toward the master unit and
distance from the master unit.
Set the camera and shoot.
• Set the camera in the same way as
with normal flash shooting.
Outdoors
~
/
10m (32.8ft.)
8m (26.2ft.)
12m (39.4ft.)
• Use the mini stand (tripod socket provided) to prop up the slave unit.
,,~ Use the bounce feature to swing the slave unit so that its wireless
sensor faces the master unit.
e Indoors, the wireless signal can also bounce off the wall so there is
more leeway in positioning the slave unit(s).
<8' After positioning the slave unit(s), be sure to test the wireless flash
operation before shooting.
• Do not place any obstacles between the master unit and slave
unit(s). Obstacles can block the transmission of wireless signals.
38
[.lJ
4» The Speedlite's zoom setting will be set automatically to 24mm. It is possible to
change the master unit's zoom setting. However, note that the master unit
transmits wireless signals to the slave unit(s) with the preflash. Therefore, the
flash coverage must cover the slave unit's position. If you change the master
unit's zoom setting, be sure to test the wireless flash operation before shooting.
• If the slave unit's auto power off takes effect, press the master unit's test
firing button to turn on the slave unit.
e A test flash cannot be fired while the camera's operation timer 04 or 06 is active.
[!liD
[!liD
The slave unit's auto power off time can be changed. (C.Fn-1 0 ~ p.27)
The time during which the slave unit's auto power off can be canceled by
the master unit can be changed. (C.Fn-11 ~ p.27)
Master Unit's Flash ON/OFF
You can disable the master unit from firing so that only the slave unit(s)
will fire a flash.
1
Press the <ZOOM/~> button
so that the display blinks as
shown on the left.
Disable the master unit's flash
firing.
,. Turn the <@> dial to select <0 FF>,
then press the < @ > button.
~ The icon will change to < ~z." >.
ETTl
[lI
mJZoom
2Ymm
Even if you disable the master unit's flash firing, it will still fire a preflash to
transmit wireless signals.
39
Using Fully Automatic Wireless Flash
Flash exposure compensation and other settings set with the master
unit will also be automatically set in the slave units. Thus, you need not
operate the slave unit(s). Wireless flash with the following settings can
be done in the same way as with normal flash shooting.
· Flash exposure compensation
· High-speed sync (FP flash)
· FE lock
ril
·FEB
. Manual flash
. Stroboscopic flash
With FE lock, if even one Speedlite will result in underexposure, the < ~ >
icon will blink in the viewfinder. Open the aperture more or move the slave
unit closer to the subject.
Setting the Communication Channel
If there is another Canon wireless flash system nearby, you can change
the channel No. to prevent signal confusion. Both the master and slave
units must be set to the same channel No.
1 Press the <ZOOM/~> button
••<
so that <m.> blinks.
Set the channel No.
$ Turn the <@ > dial to select the
m»Zoom
:;K>. Ell
~=,
40
2
.
2
.
channel number, then press the
<@> button.
Flash Ratio with E-TTL II
With one master unit and one slave unit or two slave groups, you can
set the flash ratio for E-TTL II autoflash shooting.
The example below has two slave units and the master unit disabled
from firing.
1Om 1(32. 8ft. )
I
I
Indoors
12m (39.4ft.)
Setting the Slave Units
Two slave units can be assigned to different slave groups by setting the
slave 10.
Set the wireless mode to
< SLAVE >. (p.36)
ETTL
mlZoom 2Ymm
~Kl
"Z.~
I
IHIII
1
,
I ,
Press the <ZOOM/~> button
so that < A > blinks.
.il·"'__ A _
'T'-
41
3 Set the slave 10.
e Press the < @ > button .
.. Slave ID <A> will be set.
.. For the other slave unit, do steps 1
and 2, turn the < @> dial to select
< B>, then press the < @ > button.
• Slave ID < B > will be set.
MASTER
Disable the master unit's flash
firing. (p.39)
Press the <ZOOM/~> button
so that < RATIO > blinks.
ETTL
4
ETTL
li!j)zoom 2Ymm
5 Set the flash ratio.
• Turn the <@> dial to set the flash
ratio.
.-J . . '.tt'$,lij' _,.,.,••
A:B
'""2:.11
~
Select the flash ratio.
.. Turn the <@> dial to select <A: B>,
then press the < @ > button.
2:1 • 1:1 • 1:2 • 1:4 • 1:8
6
Set the camera and shoot.
• Set the camera in the same way as
with normal flash shooting.
[l]
42
With the EOS ELAN II/ELAN II E/SO/SOE, EOS REBEL G/SOON, EOS IX,
EOS IX Lite/IX?, EOS REBEL 2000/300, and REBEL XS N/ REBEL G 11/
EOS 3000N/66, the flash ratio cannot be set with multiple Speedlites.
[l] •
The flash ratio range of8:1 -1:1 -1:8 is equivalent to 3:1 -1:1 -1:3 in
stops (1/2-stop increments).
• The flash ratio under the • mark is shown in parentheses below the scale.
--------------8:1 • 4:1 • 2:1 • 1:1 • 1:2 • 1:4 • 1:8
(5.6:1) (2.8:1) (1.4:1) (1:1.4) (1:2.8) (1:5.6)
Wireless Flash with Three Slave Groups
Indoors
12m (39.4ft.)
You can have slave groups A and B and also add slave group C. You can use
slave groups A and B to obtain the standard flash exposure of the subject,
and slave group C to illuminate the background to eliminate shadows.
1 Set the slave units.
.. See "Setting the Slave Units" on page
41 to set the slave unit's 10 to < A >,
<8>, or <C> .
• For slave <C>, also set the flash
exposure compensation as necessary.
43
Set the master unit and shoot.
~"
U
Follow "Setting the Master Unit and
Shooting" on page 42. In step 4,
select <A: B C>.
If < -iMn,. A: B> is set, the slave unit in slave group < C> will not fire.
• If you point the slave unit in slave group < C > toward the subject, the
subject will be overexposed.
,i%'
Modeling Flash
If the camera has a depth-of-field preview button, pressing it will fire the
flash continuously for 1 sec. This is called the modeling flash.
It enables you to see the shadow effects on the subject and the lighting
balance. You can fire the modeling flash for both wireless and normal
flash shooting.
U
Do not fire the modeling flash more than 10 consecutive times. If you
fire the modeling flash 10 consecutive times, allow the Speedlite to
rest for at least 10 min. to avoid overheating and deteriorating the flash
head.
[lJ
The modeling flash cannot be fired with the EOS REBEL 2000/300 and
Type-B cameras (p.2).
About Slave Group Control
Slave group A
10 = A
44
10 = A
10 = A
For example, if you have the slave 10 set
to < A > for three slave units, all three
slave units will be controlled as if they
were one Speed lite in slave group A.
Setting the Flash Output for Each Slave
~JJ'~:1
With manual flash and multiple Speedlites, you can set a different flash
output for each slave unit.
All settings are done with the master unit.
,'I ,'
mJZoom 2'-1mm
<~
I
.
Press the <MODE> button so
that <M> is displayed.
Press the <ZOOM/~> button
so that <
> blinks.
M
mJZoom 2'-1mm
... 1..-
... 0
M
n' ...
-
3 Select the flash ratio.
:?
~ Turn the <@ > dial to select <A: B>
or < A: B: C >, then press the < ® >
button.
Set the flash output.
...
~;;,;;;,;;.;.~~
,/ I-
Zoom
2'-1 mm
I!) ~'~J!.\ii*'~.; •
"'z.',
-A:.:I:C
./'-------,'.',-
Press the < ® > button.
The slave 10 <A> will blink.
Turn the < @ > dial to set the flash
output for < A >, then press the < ® >
button.
The slave 10 < B > will blink. Turn the
< @> dial to set the flash output for
< B >, then press the < @ > button.
~ The slave 10 < C> will blink. Turn the
< @ > dial to set the flash output for
< C > then press the < ® > button.
I"" All the slave IDs will light.
I
45
Setting Manual Flash and Stroboscopic Flash with the Slave _
Manual flash or stroboscopic flash can be set manually with the slave
unit. As with studio flash units, you can set the flash output individually
with the slave units for wireless or manual flash.
Manual Flash
mlZoom 2Ymm
1/ /6
, I ,.
,,'
-M-
K:l"
z.~' 1
_,.,S!A-
• Hold down the <MODE> button for 2
sec. or more.
""" < M > will blink.
• Set the manual flash output (p.22).
Stroboscopic Flash
mlZoom 2Ymm
"
t.,
-MuLTI",
46
I
:/128
K:l . .
"2..11
/5- 'lOHz
.i'·"M
• Hold down the <MODE> button for
2 sec. or more.
.-. < M > will blink.
.. Press the <MODE> button again
and < MULTI> will blink.
• Set the stroboscopic flash (p.24).
Reference
580EX II System...................................................
Troubleshooting Guide.........................................
Specifications
Using a Type-B Camera.......................................
48
50
52
55
®
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CD~~~
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§
§
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~1I1111111111~
I
Q)
CD speedlite 580EX II (On-camera/Master unit)
'1) speedlite Transmitter sT-E2
Dedicated transmitter for wireless control of 580EX 11/430EX set as
slave units.
Q) Compact Battery Pack CP-E4
Compact, lightweight, and portable external power pack. Provides
the same level of dust- and water-resistance as the 580EX II. It uses
eight size-AA alkaline or Ni-MH batteries. It can also use size-AA
lithium batteries.
® EX-series speedlite with slave function
~ Off-Camera Shoe Cord OC-E3
Enables the 580EX II to be connected to the camera up to 60 cm/2 ft
away. Provides the same level of dust- and water-resistance as the
580EX II. All of the EOS camera's automatic functions can be used.
@ Speed lite Bracket SB-E2
... For the external power pack, use @ above. If a non-Canon, external
power pack is used, it may cause malfunction.
48
About Color Temperature Information Transmission
When the flash fires, the color temperature information is transmitted to
the EOS DIGITAL camera. This feature optimizes the flash picture's
white balance. When the camera's white balance is set to < a¥l3 > or
< ~ >, it will work automatically.
To see if this feature works with your camera, see "White Balance"
under "Specifications" in your camera's instruction manual.
About the AF-Assist Beam
Under low-light or low-contrast conditions, the built-in AF-assist beam
will be emitted automatically to make it easier to autofocus. The AFassist beam works with all EOS cameras. The AF-assist beam is
compatible with 28mm and longer lenses. The effective range is shown
below.
Position
Effective Range
Center
0.6 - 10 m /2.0 - 32.8 ft.
Periphery
0.6 - 5 m / 2.0 - 16.4 ft.
49
Troubleshooting Guide
If there is a problem, refer to this Troubleshooting Guide.
The Speedlite does not fire.
• The batteries are installed in the wrong orientation.
~ Install the batteries in the correct orientation. (p.8)
• The Speedlite's internal batteries are exhausted.
~ If the flash recycling time takes 30 sec. or longer, replace the
batteries. (p.8)
~. Install the Speed lite's internal batteries even when you use an
external power source. (p.8)
• The Speedlite is not attached securely to the camera .
• ' Attach the Speed lite's mounting foot securely to the camera. (p.9)
• The electrical contacts of the Speedlite and camera are dirty.
... Clean the contacts. (p.9)
The slave unit does not fire.
• The slave's wireless mode is not set to <~>.
~. Set it to < ~ >. (p.36)
(I The slave unit(s) is not positioned properly.
.. Place the slave unit within the master unit's transmission range.
(p.38)
~, Point the slave unit(s)'s sensor toward the master unit. (p.38)
The power turns off by itself.
• After 90 sec. of idle operation, auto power off took effect.
~, Press the shutter button halfway or press the test firing button.
(p.10)
The entire LCD panel blinks.
., The wide panel has been pulled out for bounce flash.
• Retract the wide panel. (p.20)
50
Auto zoom does not work.
• The Speed lite is -not attached securely to the camera.
~, Attach the Speedlite's mounting foot securely to the camera. (p.9)
The flash range scale bars blink.
• The flash head has been tilted down by 7°.
~, Change the bounce position. (p.19)
The periphery or bottom of the picture looks dark.
• When you set the flash coverage manually, the setting was a higher
number than the lens focal length, resulting in a dark periphery.
~, Set the flash coverage that is a lower number than the lens focal
length or set it to auto zoom. (p.20)
• If only the bottom of the picture looks dark, you were too
close to the subject.
~, If the subject is closer than 2 m/6.6 ft, tilt the flash head downward
by 7° (bounce flash). (p.19)
The flash exposure is underexposed or overexposed.
•
..
..
..
There was a highly reflective object (glass window, etc.) in the picture.
Use FE lock. (p.16)
The subject looks very dark or very bright.
Set flash exposure compensation. For a dark subject, set a
decreased flash exposure. And for a bright subject, set an
increased flash exposure. (p.14)
'" You used high-speed sync.
~ With high-speed sync, the effective flash range will be shorter. Make
sure the subject is within the effective flash range displayed. (p.17)
The picture is really blurred.
• The shooting mode was set to <Av>, and the scene was dark.
~" Use a tripod or set the shooting mode to < P >. (p.12)
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-Type
Type:
Compatible cameras:
Guide No.:
Flash coverage:
On-camera, E-TTL II/E-TTL/TTL autoflash Speedlite
Type-A EOS cameras (E-TTL II/E-TTL autoflash)
Type-B EOS cameras (TTL autoflash)
58/190 (at 105mm focal length, ISO 100 in meters/feet)
24 - 105mm (14mm with wide panel)
· Auto zoom (Flash coverage set automatically to match the
lens focal length and image size)
· Manual zoom
· Swinging/tilting flash head (bounce flash)
Normal flash: 1.2 ms or shorter, Quick flash: 2.3 ms or shorter
Flash duration:
Color temperature
information transmission: Flash color temperature information transmitted to camera
when flash is fi red
- Exposure Control
Exposure control system: E-TTL II/E-TTL/TTL autoflash, auto/manual external
metering, manual flash
Effective flash range:
Normal flash: Approx. 0.5 - 30 m I 1.6 - 98.4 ft.
(With EF50mm f/1.4 lens Quick flash: 0.5 - 7.5 m I 1.6 - 24.6 ft. (min), 0.5 - 21 m I 1.6 68.9 ft. (max)
at ISO 100)
High-speed sync: 0.5 -15 m 11.6 - 49.2 ft. (1/250 sec.)
Flash exposure
compensation:
Manual, FEB: ±3 stops in 1I3-stop increments (Manual and
FEB can be combined)
FE lock:
With < FEL > button or < > button
High-speed sync:
Provided
Provided (1 - 199 Hz)
Stroboscopic flash:
Flash exposure
Pilot lamp lights
confirmation:
*
- Flash Recycling (with size-AA alkaline batteries)
Recycling timel
Flash-ready indicator:
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Normal flash: Approx. 0.1 - 5 sec. I Red pilot lamp lights
Quick flash: Approx. 0.1 - 2.5 sec. I Green pilot lamp lights
• Wi reless Flash
Transmission method:
Channels:
Wireless options:
Transmission range (Approx.):
Optical pulse
4
OFF, Master, and Slave
Indoors: 12 - 15 m / 39.4 - 49.2 ft.,
Outdoors: 8 - 10m / 26.2 - 32.8 ft.
Master unit reception angle: ±40° horizontal, ±30° vertical
Controllable slave groups: 3 (A, B, and C)
Flash ratio control:
1:8 - 1: 1 - 8: 1 in 1/2-stop increments
Slave-ready indicator:
AF-assist beam blinks
Modeling flash:
Fired with camera's depth-of-field preview button
• Custom Functions: 14 (32 settings)
• AF-Assist Beam
Linkable AF points:
1 - 45 AF points (28mm or longer focal length)
Effective range (Approx.): At center: 0.6 - 10 m / 2.0 - 32.8 ft.,
Periphery: 0.6 - 5 m /2.0 - 16.4 ft.
• Power Source
Internal power:
Battery life
(Approx. flash count):
Wireless transmissions:
Power saving:
External power:
• Dimensions
(W x H x D):
• Weight (Approx.):
•
~
Four size-AA alkaline batteries
* Size-AA Ni-MH and lithium batteries also usable
100 - 700 flashes (with size-AA alkaline batteries)
Approx. 1500 transmissions (With master unit firing disabled
and size-AA alkaline batteries)
Power off after certain period of idle operation (Approx. 1.5 min.
to 15 min.) (60 min. if set as slave)
Compact Battery Pack CP-E4
76 x 137 x 117 mm / 3.0 x 5.4 x 4.6 in.
(excluding dust- and water-resistant adapter)
405 g / 14.3 oz. (Speedlite only, excluding batteries)
All specifications above are based on Canon's testing standards.
Product specifications and external appearance are subject to change without
notice.
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Guide No. (at ISO 100, in meters/feet)
Normal Flash (Full Output) and Quick Flash
Flash Coverage
(mm)
Normal Flash
(Full output)
14
24
28
151
49.2
281
91.9
301
98.4
35
50
421
361
118.1 137.8
70
501
164
80
105
531
581
173.9 190.3
Same as 1/2 to 1/6 manual flash output
Quick Flash
Manual Flash
Flash Coverage (mm)
Flash Output
14
24
28
35
50
70
1/1
151
49.2
281
91.9
301
98.4
361
118.1
421
137.8
501
164
531
581
173.9 190.3
1/2
10.61
34.8
19.81
65
21.21
69.6
25.51
83.7
29.71
97.4
35.41
116.1
37.51 411
123 134.5
1/4
7.5/
24.6
14/
45.9
15/
49.2
18/
59.1
21/
68.9
251
82
26.5/
86.9
29/
95.1
1/8
5.31
17.4
9.91
32.5
10.6/
34.8
12.7/
41.7
14.8/
48.6
17.71
58.1
18.71
61.4
20.51
67.3
3.8/
12.5
7/
23
7.5/
24.6
91
29.5
10.5/
34.4
12.5/
41
13.31
43.6
14.5/
47.6
2.71
8.9
4.91
16.1
5.3/
17.4
6.4/
21
7.41
24.3
8.81
28.9
9.4/
30.8
10.31
33.8
1/64
1.9/
6.2
3.5/
11.5
3.8/
12.5
4.5/
14.8
5.3/
17.4
6.31
20.7
6.6/
21.7
7.3/
24
1/128
1.31
4.3
2.5/
8.2
2.71
8.9
3.2/
10.5
3.7/
12.1
4.41
14.4
4.71
15.4
5.1/
16.7
..
80
105
...
..
...
1/16
.....
1132
...
..
54
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.
...
Using a Type-B Camera
If you use the 580EX II with a Type-B camera (TTL autoflash camera),
note the available features and restrictions below.
When a Type-B camera is used with the 580EX II set to autoflash,
< TTL> will be displayed on the Speed lite's LCD panel. (With a Type-A
camera, <ETTL> will be displayed.)
Features Available with Type-B Cameras
· TTL autoflash
· Flash exposure compensation
· FEB
· Manual Flash
· Stroboscopic flash
·
·
·
·
Second-curtain sync
Manual external metering
Wireless slave flash with manual flash
Wireless slave flash with stroboscopic flash
Features not Available with Type-B Cameras
· E-TTL IIIE-TTL autoflash
· FE lock
· High-speed sync (FP flash)
· Autoflash with wireless flash
· Flash ratio set with wireless slave units
55
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise
specified in the instructions. If such changes or modifications should be made,
you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numerique de la cia sse Best conforme a la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
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The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
like.
Dry batteries shall not be subjected to charging.
~"" This mark indicates that the product complies with Australia's EMC
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European Union (and EEA) only.
This symbol indicates that this product is not to be disposed of with
your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive (2002/96/
EC) and your national law. This product should be handed over to
a designated collection point, e.g., on an authorized one-for-one
basis when you buy a new similar product or to an authorized
collection site for recycling waste electrical and electronic
equipment (EEE). Improper handling of this type of waste could
have a possible negative impact on the environment and human
health due to potentially hazardous substances that are generally
associated with EEE. At the same time, your cooperation in the
correct disposal of this product will contribute to the effective usage
of natural resources. For more information about where you can
drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your
local city office, waste authority, approved WEEE scheme or your
household waste disposal service. For more information regarding
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(EEA: Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
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Repalls wII be made and the equipment will be returned, shipped at NO CHARGE within the country of repair
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Damage resulting during shipment. (Claim must be presented and examined by the shipper.)
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vices de maleriaux ou de febrication dus a la ritparation ou a ta modlflC8tion de I'equ!pement par un tiers, autre qu'un membre du reseau mondlal de toumisseurs de service sous garantie
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latIn America, Mexico V Jap6n SIN CARGO AlGUNO. (La Msta de los mlembros de Ia garantla iotemaclonal canon que acompal'la aI equipo).
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