Canon
SPEEDLITE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODE D'EMPLOI
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
Thank you for purchasing a Canon product.
The Canon Speed lite 320EX is a multi-feature flash unit for Canon EOS
cameras. It works automatically with E-TTL II and E-TTL autoflash
systems. It can be used as an on-camera flash that attaches to the hot
shoe of the camera or as part of a wireless flash system used at a
distance from the camera. It is also equipped with an LED light for
movie shooting.
• 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 Speed lite
operations.
Uslng the .Speedlite with .a.Camera
• Using with an EOS digital camera
• You can use the Speedlite for easy autoflash shooting just like a
camera's built-in flash.
• Using with an EOS film camera
• When using with an EOS film camera with E-TTL II and E-TTL
autoflash systems, you can use the Speed lite for easy autoflash
shooting just like a camera's built-in flash.
• This flash unit cannot be used with an EOS film camera with
TTL autoflash system.
• Compatible camera types
For convenience, in the camera's instruction manual, cameras that
support E-TTL II and E-TTL autoflash systems are referred to as
A-type cameras.
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Contents
1 Getting Started and Basic Operations ................................. 7
Installing the Batteries ............................................................................................. 8
Attaching and Detaching the Flash ......................................................................... 9
Turning on the Power Switch ............................ ~ ................................................... 10
Fully Automatic Flash Shooting............................................................................. 11
Flash Shooting in Each Camera Mode ................................................................. 13
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Using Flash .......................................................................... 17
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*FE Lock ............................................................................................................
Switching the Flash Coverage ..............................................................................
Bounce Flash .........................................................................................................
AF-assist Beam ..................................... ,...............................................................
Movie Shooting Using the LED Light ....................................................................
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3 Flash Function Settings by Camera Operations ...............
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Flash Control from Camera Menu Screen ............................................................
~Flash Exposure Compensation ........................................................................
High-speed Sync ...................................................................................................
Second-curtain Sync .............................................................................................
Manual Flash .........................................................................................................
Setting Custom Functions .....................................................................................
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4 Wireless Flash Shooting ..................................................... 33
Wireless Flash Shooting ....................................................................................... 34
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320EX System ...................................................................................................... 40
Troubleshooting Guide .......................................................................................... 41
Specifications ............................................................................... ,........................ 43
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Nomenclature
Wireless sensor ----+--+--ca~non
-~==:;;::..--+J-.- Remote control
(p.35)
transmitter (p.39)
------
Locking pin
(p.9)
Mini stand pocket
Case
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320EX mini stand
(p.35)
Bounce angle index (p.21)
Firing group ------!~-=-=-=--.----=~;;~~~\U~'f__- Wireless communication
selection switch
channel selection switch
(p.34/36)
(p.34)
~..---------.1_
Remote
release button
Gr.
lTL;:--~-diCH.
(p.38/39)
Flash-ready lamp ------!!-------=:- ..
(p.1 0)
..--------H--~- Manual LED light button
Flash head extended
(p.23)
lamp (p.19)
aJ:----1---- Battery compartment
cover (p.8)
Power switch/--- --t----'
Slave function switch
' - - - - - - r r , - ; c - - - LED light switch
(p.1 0/34/39)
<ON>:
Turns on power
(p.22/23)
<SLAVE>: For wireless flash
<OFF>:
shooting
Turns off power
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Mounting foot's lock lever
(p.9)
Lock-release button
(p.9)
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Conventions Used in this Manual
Icons in this Manual
016: Indicates that the respective function remains active for 16 sec.
after you let go of the button.
If shown on the upper right of the page, it indicates that the
function is available only in the Creative Zone modes of the
camera.
(p. **):Reference page numbers for more information.
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Warning to prevent shooting problems.
Supplemental information.
Basic Assumptions
• The operation procedures in this instruction manual assume that both
the camera and Speed lite's power switches are already set to <ON>.
• Icons used in the text to indicate the respective buttons, dials, and
settings match the same icons found on the camera and Speedlite.
• The operation procedures assume that the menu and Custom
Functions of the camera and the Custom Functions of the Speed lite
are at their default settings.
• All figures are based on the use of AA/LR6 alkaline batteries and
Canon's testing standards.
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Getting Started and
Basic Operations
Installing the Batteries ............................................ 8
Attaching and Detaching the Flash ......................... 9
Turning on the Power Switch ................................ 10
Fully Automatic Flash Shooting ............................. 11
Flash Shooting in Each Camera Mode ................. 13
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Cautions for firing continuous flashes ----.,
• To avoid overheating and degrading the flash head,
do not fire more than 20 flashes continuously. 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
and 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 AA/LR6 batteries.
1 Open the cover.
• Slide the battery compartment cover
as shown by the arrow and open it.
2
Install the batteries.
3
Close the cover.
• Make sure the + and - battery
contacts are correctly oriented as
shown in the battery compartment.
• Close the battery compartment cover
and slide it as shown by the arrow.
Recycling Time and Flash Count
• Based on new AA/LR6 alkaline batteries and Canon's testing standards.
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Using AA/LR6 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.
• AA/LR6 rechargeable Ni-MH or lithium batteries can also be used.
Attaching and Detaching the Flash
1 Attach the Speedlite.
• Insert the Speedlite's mounting foot
into the camera's hot shoe all the
way. (The mounting foot will protrude
slightly from the hot shoe.)
2.Secure the Speed lite.
• On the mounting foot, slide the lock
lever to the right.
._,. When the lock lever clicks in place, .it
will be locked.
3
Detach the Speedlite.
• While pressing the lock-release
button, slide the lock lever to the left
and detach the Speedlite.
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Turning on the Power Switch
1 Set the power switch to <ON> .
...,. The flash recycling starts.
2
Check that the flash is ready.
• When the flash-ready lamp blinks and
then lights in red, the flash is ready to
fire (fully charged).
About Quick Flash
The flash-ready lamp blinks when Quick Flash is ready even before the
flash is fully charged. ·
You can use the flash to take a picture at that time; however, the flash
output is only half or one-third of the flash's full charge. This is useful for
taking pictures of subjects very close to the flash.
About Auto Power.Off
To save battery power, the power will turn off automatically after 90
seconds of idle use. To turn on the Speedlite again, press the camera's
shutter button halfway.
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The time until auto power off takes effect may increase when firing
continuous flashes.
• Auto power off can also be disabled (p.32).
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Fully Automatic Flash Shooting
R.eaCIY:'irig·fl'\e·· earn erE~
When you set the camera's shooting mode to < P > (Program AE) or
Full Auto, you can shoot in E-TTL 11/E-TTL fully automatic flash mode.
Cameras with external flash function settings
External flash tunc. setting
Flash mode
E- TTL II
Shutter sync.
1st curtam
••exp como
-3. .2 .. 1..f£.. 1.. 2.~3
E--TTL II meter.
Evaluative
• Press the camera <MENU> button and
select [Flash control] or [External
Speedlite control].
• Select [External flash func. setting]
and set [Flash mode] to [E-TTL II].
lilli!J Clear flash settings
Cameras without external flash function settings
• This operation is not required on EOS film cameras or EOS digital
cameras without the [Flash control] or [External Speed lite
control] menu functions because the flash mode cannot be
changed on these camera models.
[j} "FuH Auto'' refers to <CAt>, <0>,
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Taking the Picture
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1 Focus the subject.
• Press the shutter button halfway to
focus .
.._ The shutter speed and aperture will
be set as displayed in the viewfinder.
• Check that < ~ > is lit in the viewfinder.
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Take the picture .
..., When you press the shutter button
completely, the flash will fire and the
picture will be taken.
After taking the picture, check the image. on the LCD monitor of the camera.
If the light from. the flash did not reach the subject, move closer to the
subject and take the picture again. You can also increase the ISO speed
when using a digitafcame ra.
Flash Shooting in Each Camera Mode
With the flash mode set toE-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash, just set the
camera's shooting mode to <Tv> (Shutter priority AE), < Av >
(Aperture priority AE), or < M > (Manual exposure) and you can use
E-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash.
On EOS digital cameras without the [Flash control] menu function or
EOS film cameras, E-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash is set automatically.
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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.
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• 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.
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Av: Aperture Priority AE
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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, such as in 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.
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• 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.
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M: Manual Exposure
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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.
DEP: Depth-of-field AE, A·DEP: Auto Depth·of-field A.E
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• The result will be the same as using < P > (Program AE).
Flash Sync Speeds and Apertures Used
Full Auto,
<P>
Set automatically ( 1/X sec. - 1/60 sec.)
Automatic
Tv
Set manually ( 1/X sec. - 30 sec.)
Automatic
Av
M
Set automatkally (1/X sec.- 30 sec.)
Manual
Set manually (1/X sec.- 30 sec., Bulb)
Manual
• 1/X sec. is the camera's maximum flash sync speed.
~. ~~ction
for Transmitting the Color Temperature
Information
This function optimizes the white balance during flash shooting by
transmitting the color temperature information to the EOS digital
camera when the flash fires. When you set the camera white balance to
< B > or < ~ >, the function is enabled automatically.
See the Specifications in the camera's instruction manual for
compatible models.
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Using Flash
*FE Lock ............................................................
Switching the Flash Coverage..............................
Bounce Flash .........................................................
AF-assist Beam ....................................................
Movie Shooting Using the LED Light....................
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*FE Lock*
FE (flash exposure) lock locks the correct flash exposure setting for any
part of the scene.
With the flash mode set toE-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash, press the camera's
< > button to enable FE lock. On some cameras, press the < M-Fn > or
<FE l > button.
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1 Focus the subject.
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Press the <
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> button. ( 816)
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• Aim the center of the viewfinder over
the subject and press the < > button .
._ The Speedlite fires a preflash, and
the required flash output is retained in
memory.
,._ "FEL" will be displayed in the
viewfinder for approx. 0.5 sec.
• Each time you press the<*> button,
a preflash will be fired and a new
flash exposure reading will be locked.
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Take the picture.
• Compose the picture and press the
shutter button completely.
,._ The flash fires when the picture is
taken.
If the subject is too far away and underexposure may result, the < ~ >
icon will blink in the viewfinder. Move closer to the subject and perform
FE lock again. You can also increase the ISO speed and perform FE lock
again when using a digital camera.
• If the target subject i.s too small in the viewfinder, the FE lock might not
be very effective.
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Switching the Flash Coverage
The flash head can be extended or retracted manually to match the lens
focal length. As the focal length of EF lenses and EF-S lenses differs,
extend or retract the flash head while referring to the table below (the
flash head position in relationship to the lens focal length).
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Flash head position
Normal position
Extended position
Guide number 24/79 (ISO 100 in m/ft.)
Guide number 32/105 (ISO 100 in m/ft.)
Flash Head Position and Lens Focal Length
24mm or longer
50mm or longer
• When using an EF-S lens with a focal
length of 32mm or longer or an EF
lens with a focal length of 50mm or
longer, extend the flash head for
greater flash output and longer flash
range.
• When the flash head is extended, the
<TELE> lamp on the Speedlite lights
or blinks.
• When the <TELE> lamp blinks, retract
the flash head to its normal position. If
you take a picture while the <TELE>
lamp is blinking, the periphery of the
· picture may appear dark.
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Flash Shooting Range Guidelines
When using EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS [approx. m I ft.]
100
1 - 6.9 I
3.3-22.6
1 - 4.3 I
3.3-14.1
1 - 5. 7 I
3.3- 18.7
200
1 - 9. 7 I
3.3-31.8
1 - 6.1 I
3.3- 20
1 - 8.1 I
3.3-26.6
400
1-13.71
3.3-44.9
1 - 8.6 I
3.3-28.2
1-11.41
3.3- 37.4
800
1.2-19.41
3.9-63.6
1 - 12.1 I
3.3- 39.7
1-16.21
3.3- 53.1
1600
1.7- 27.4 I
5.6-89.9
1-17.11
3.3- 56.1
1 - 22.9 I
3.3- 75.1
3200
2.4- 38.8 I
7.9-127.3
1.5- 24.2 I
4.9- 79.4
1.4-32.3 I
4.6- 106
6400
3.4- 54.9 I
11.2- 180.1
2.1 - 34.3 I
6.9- 112.5
2- 45.7 I
6.6- 149.9
12800
4.8- 77.6 I
15.7- 254.6
3-48.5 I
9.8-159.1
2.8- 64.6 I
9.2- 211.9
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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.
Change the Bounce Direction
• You can turn the flash head as shown.
• Bounce flash is normally done with the flash head in the extended
position.
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AF-assist Beam
When autofocus cannot achieve focus on the subject in low-light
conditions, the AF-assist beam activates automatically.
AF-assist Beam Using Continuous Flashes
When autofocus cannot achieve focus on the subject in low-light
conditions while taking pictures using the viewfinder, pressing the
shutter button halfway fires the flash continuously to assist autofocus.
The flash also fires continuously under the same conditions when AF
mode is set to [Quick mode] during Live View shooting or movie
shooting. The effective range is approximately 4 m I 13.1 ft.
This function only works when used with an EOS digital camera with an
external Speedlite control function. Depending on the camera model,
the firmware of the camera may need to be updated.
AF-assist Beam Using the LED Light
The LED light can be used as the AF-assist beam when the AF mode is
set to [Live mode] or[~ Live mode] during Live View shooting or
movie shooting. The effective range is approximately 4 m I 13.1 ft. (With
f/1.8 lens at ISO 3200)
Manual light button - - - f t Manual light . .
Auto light
~~~
LED light switch
Manual light
• Set the LED light switch to <M> and press the <LED LIGHT> button
until the LED light turns on.
• The LED light will turn off after about 60 minutes of idle use.
• To turn off the LED light, press the <LED LIGHT> button until the LED
light turns off.
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The Speedlite does not fire when the LED light is turned on.
Auto light
• If you use a camera that has an automatic LED light up function, set
the LED light switch to <AUTO>.
• When the shutter button is pressed halfway in low-light conditions,
the LED light turns on automatically" to assist autofocus.
Movie Shooting Using the LED Light
LED light
Manual light button
The LED light is for use with EOS digital
cameras that have a movie shooting
function.
• The LED light can be used to light the
subject within the angle of view of an
EF lens of 50mm or longer or an
EF-S lens of 32mm or longer.
• The LED light can be used up to
approximately 3.5 hours with new
batteries.
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Auto light
LED light switch
!furniQg on · th~ light:Manlleilly .
• Set the LED light switch to <M> and press the <LED LIGHT> button
until the LED light turns on .
...-. The LED light turns on.
• To turn off the LED light, press the <LED LIGHT> button until the LED
light turns off.
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Turning on the Light Automatic ally
If you use a camera that has an automatic LED light up function, the
LED light turns on automatically when taking pictures in low-light
conditions.
• Set the LED light switch to <AUTO>.
• The LED light turns on or off automatically according to the ambient
light when the shooting image is displayed on the LCD monitor.
is displayed on the LCD monitor when the LED
• The symbol
light is turned on automatically.
<*>
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When using the LEO light to shoot portraits, keep the Speed lite at least
1 m /3.3 ft. away from the subject. Using the LED light at close range to
the person can impair the person's vision.
• When the auto light setting is set, the LED light turns on during Live View
shooting ormovie shooting in low.. light conditions. To save battery power
of the Speedlite, set the power switch to <OFF> or set the LED light
switch to <M> when not in use.
• When the batteries' remaining power is low, the LED light may not turn
on even if the flash .. ready lamp is lit. If the LED light does not turn on,
replace the flash batteries.
• With cameras that have an automatic LED light up function, if the flash
icon displayed on the
batteries' remaining power is low, the
camera's LCD monitor during movie shooting may blink. If the LED light
does not turn on, replace the flash batteries.
<*>
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Flash Function Settings
by Camera Operations
Flash Control from Camera Menu Screen............
~Flash Exposure Compensation .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
High-speed Sync..................................................
Second~curtain Sync ............. ... ..................... .......
Manual Flash........................................................
Setting Custom Functions .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
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Flash Control from Camera Menu Screen*
By attaching the 320EX to an EOS digital camera with an external
Speedlite control function, you can set various flash function settings
with the camera's menu screen.
1 Select [Flash control].
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• Press the camera <MENU> button and
select [Flash control] or [External
Speedlite control].
~ [External flash func. setting],
[External flash C.Fn setting], and
[Clear ext. flash C.Fn set.] are
displayed.
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Quality
Enable
Beep
Release shutter Without card
2 sec .
Image rev1ew
Peripheral illumin . correct .
Disable
Red-eye reduc.
Flash control
2
Select [External flash func.
setting].
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External flash tunc setting
F.- TTL II
Flash mode
1st curtain
Shutter sync.
••exp. camp .
E-TIL II meter.
-3. .2 .. 1..~i. . 1..2 .~ 3
Evaluative
mri!J Clear flash settings
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You can set various flash settings in
the [External flash func. setting]
screen displayed.
~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 set to 1/2-stop increments, flash
exposure compensation will be in 1/2-stop increments.)
External flash func. setting
Flash mode
E-·TTLII
Shutter sync.
1st curtain
·.exp. comp
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Evaluative
E--TTL II meter.
1 Select [-.exp. comp.].
• Select [-.exp. comp.] and press
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<@>.
IRl1!J Clear flash settmgs
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Set the flash exposure
compensation amount.
• Set the flash exposure compensation
amount and press <@ > .
....- The flash exposure compensation
amount is set.
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High-speed Sync*
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.
External flash tunc. setting
Flash mode
Shutter sync
E- TTL II
1st curtain
••exp. camp.
-3. .2 .. 1. -~·. 1.. 2.~3
E- TIL II meter.
Evaluative
1 Select [Shutter sync.].
• Select [Shutter sync.] and press
<@>.
m:l1tJ Clear flash settings
2
Set [Hi-speed].
• Set [Hi-speed] and press <@ > .
..,. High-speed sync is set.
liJ • Check that < ~
is lit in the viewfinder.
• If you set a shutter speed that is equal to or slower than the camera's
maximum flash sync speed, < ~ H > will not be di.splayed in the viewfinder.
• With high-speed ·sync, the faster the shutter .speed, the shorter the
effective flash range wilt be.
• To return to normal flash firing, set (Shutter sync.] to [1st curtain].
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H>
Second-cur tain Sync*
With a slow shutter speed, you can create a light trail following the
subject. The flash fires right before the shutter closes.
External flash func setting
Flash mode
Shutter sync
E- TTL II
1st curtatn
••exp. comp
"3..2 . .1 ..~.. 1..2.~3
E·-TTL II meter.
Evaluative
1 Select [Shutter sync.].
• Select [Shutter sync.] and press
<@>.
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l:lm!J Clear flash settings
2
Set [2nd curtain].
• Set [2nd curtain] and press <@ > .
._ Second-curtain sync is set.
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Manual Flash*
You can set the flash output from 1/64 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. Setting the camera's
shooting mode to < Av > or< M > is recommended.
External flash func. setting
Flash mode
Shutter sync.
E-" TTL II
.,.exp. comp .
-3. .2..1..~.. 1..2.~3
E-TTL II meter.
Evaluative
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1 Select [Flash mode].
• Select [Flash mode] and press
<@>.
1st curtain
l1mr!J Clear flash settings
2
Select [Manual flash].
• Select [Manual flash] and press
<@>.
3 Set [-.flash output].
• Select [-.flash output] and press
<@>.
• Set the flash output and press <@ >.
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Metered Manual Flash Exposures
When the Speed lite is attached to an EOS-1 D series camera, you can
also set the flash exposure level manually.
1 Set the camera and Speed lite settings.
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•
Setting the camera's shooting mode to < Av > or < M > is
recommended.
Set [Flash mode] to [Manual flash] for the Speedlite.
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2 Focus the subject.
•
Focus manually.
3 Set up an 18o/o gray card.
•
•
4
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.
Press the <FE L> button. ( 816)
.._. 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.
5
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.
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Remove the gray card and take the picture.
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Setting Custom Functions*
You can customize the Speedlite features to suit your shooting
preferences with Custom Functions.
Setting External Flash Custom Functions
1
Select [External flash C.Fn setting] on the [Flash control]
menu screen and press<@>.
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Select the Custom Function number in the same way as
with Custom Functions for the camera, and change the
setting.
C.Fn-01
Auto power off
C.Fn-06
Quickflash w/continuous shot
C.Fn-10
Slave auto power off timer
C.Fn-11
Slave auto power off cancel
0
Enabled
1
Disabled
0
Disabled
1
Enabled
0
60 minutes
1
10 minutes
0
Within 8 hours
1
Within 1 hour
p.10
p.10
p.35
p.35
• C.Fn-1 0: Takes effect when the 320EX is set as the slave unit
• C.Fn-11:
during wireless flash shooting. To save battery power, set
the auto power off timer to 10 minutes.
Takes effect when the 320EX is set as the slave unit
during wireless flash shooting. The master unit can
cancel the auto power off on the 320EX within eight hours
or one hour after the 320EX enters the auto power off
mode.
Clearing External Flash Custom Functions
Selecting [Clear ext. flash C.Fn set.] on the [Flash control] menu
screen clears all set flash Custom Functions.
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Wireless Flash
Shooting
Wireless Flash Shooting....................................... 34
Wireless Flash Shooting*
To perform wireless flash shooting, the camera or the Speed lite
attached to the camera must have a master function. The 320EX fires
as a slave flash when controlled from a master unit. For the detailed
shooting method, refer to the instruction manual of the camera or the
Speed lite with a master function.
1 Set the camera or Speed lite as
the master unit.
• Refer to the instruction manual of the
camera or Speedlite.
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Set the 320EX as the slave unit.
• Set the power switch of the 320EX to
<SLAVE>.
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Set the transmissio,n channel.
•
Set the transmission channei on the
master unit.
• Set the 320EX to the same
transmission channel as the master
unit.
•
Set [Firing group] .
Set the firing group to match the
shooting purpose of the master unit.
5 Attach the 320EX to the provided
mini stand and position the flash.
• Use the horizontal bounce function
and point the sensor of the slave unit
toward the master unit.
• Indoors, you can perform wireless
flash shooting using the reflection of
the surrounding walls without having
the wireless sensor of the 320EX
facing the camera. Position the
320EX while checking that it can fire.
the picture.
6 Take
• Set the camera and take the picture,
in the same way as with normal flash
shooting.
• When you are done with wireless
flash shooting, set [Wireless func.] to
[Disable].
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[)o notplace any obstacles between the master unit
; .•. ·...· .· .. Obstacles c~n block the transmission of Wireless signals.
;; ,:~~:.::~:~ slave units, all ofthem Willile
• lfthe slave unit's auto power off takes effect, perform
or turn the slave unit off and on again to turn.on .the slave .unit. ·
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Flash exposure compensation and other settings set with the master
unit will also be automatically set in the slave unit(s). Thus, you need
not operate the slave unit(s). Wireless flash shooting with the following
settings can be done in the same way as with normal flash shooting.
• Flash exposure compensation
• FE lock
• Manual flash
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L.il With .FE lock. ifeven one.Speedliteresults inunderexposure,.the <\>icon
will blink inthe viewfinder. Open .the ~perture more or move the stave unit
closer to the subject.
Slave Group Control
Slave group A
Group =A
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Group =A
Group =A
For example, if you have the slave ID set
to <A> for three slave units, all three
slave units will be controlled as if they
were one Speedlite in slave group A.
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Modeling flash enables you to see the shadow effects on the subject
and the lighting balance. You can use modeling flash with a master
flash unit or Speedlite Transmitter (sold separately) attached to the
camera. Modeling flash can be used for wireless flash shooting as well
as normal flash shooting.
Press the depth-of-field preview button on the camera.
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The flash fires continuously for about one second.
• Position the Speedlite to achieve the desired shadow effect on the
subject.
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During Wireless Flash Shooting
The 320EX can be used for remote control shooting with cameras
compatible with Remote Controller RC-1, RC-5, or RC-6. When
wireless flash shooting is enabled, remote control shooting is possible
while changing easily the position of the 320EX.
Example of using the flash for wireless flash shooting
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• Press the remote release button on the 320EX and position the
320EX within two seconds.
1 Set the camera to <I> (Remote
control shooting).
• For the setting method, see the
explanations about the drive mode or
remote control shooting in the
camera's instruction manual.
• Shade the eyepiece of the camera
viewfinder so that light does not enter.
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Take the picture.
• Check that the < ~ > lamp is lit, point
the remote control transmitter toward
the camera, and press the remote
release button.
f8.. The picture is taken two seconds
later.
• When wireless flash shooting is
enabled and the power switch on the
320EX is set to <SLAVE>, the 320EX
fires.
'~png EJ<posur•) Shooting
When you press the remote release button during bulb shooting, the
shutter opens two seconds later. Press the remote release button again
to close the shutter.
D· If thef)ash-ready lamp is not lit, pressing the remote reiE)ase
does
tt:ik~> c;l/Picture.
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• · T~~remote .~control fupction hasan operation rang~Qf about~cm/
16.4 ft. from the front of the camera.
•,.;; ~lj1~ck th~. •,.shooting,results W,hi.leperformih~,. r~.~ot~"gg~t~o,t·· ~~~g~i~~. :
-~ ~~en the ;p~wer switch.·on the 320EXis ~~tto <:ON~; pntf·· your<~~~s~t~~
rempte release button, a picture<is taken two ~econd.s later in ·the same
way.as with/the Remote Controller RC-6.<i"fhe 320EX .does n(J)tfire.
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@ EOS camera with wireless master function
@ Speedlite 580EX II
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Speed lite Transmitter ST-E2
Dedicated transmitter for wireless control of 320EX set as slave units.
®
Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX I(]) Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
Flash for macro photography.
®
Off-Camera Shoe Cord OC-E3
Enables the 320EX to be connected to the camera up to 60 em I 2 ft. away.
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Troubleshooting Guide
If a problem occurs with the flash, first refer to this Troubleshooting
Guide. If this Troubleshooting Guide does not resolve the problem,
contact your dealer or nearest Canon Service Center.
v'frtlf$@-pdlite.d.oes . rl~~fire.
• Make sure that the batteries are installed in the correct orientation.
(p.8)
• Insert the mounting foot into the camera's hot shoe all the way,
slide the lock lever to the right, and secure the Speed lite to the
camera. (p.9)
• If the flash recycling time takes 30 sec. or longer, replace the
batteries. (p.8)
• If the electrical contacts of the Speed lite and camera are dirty,
clean the contacts. (p.4)
Gtttl~i P:<J"•'\ftlrns>:f>ff•·• · t>:v:•• itself.
• Auto power off took effect. Press the shutter button halfway. (p.1 0)
The bo#om oftthe picture looks dark.
• You were too close to the subject. Move away from the subject.
• Remove the lens hood if attached.
The p'riphery of the ipi.:ture is dark.
• If you took the picture with the flash head extended, the flash
coverage will be smaller. Retract the flash head to the normal
position and take the picture again. (p.19)
·t~t1~Jf@$bel(po.S. IJfli ,is.••uf'td,~. r~xp~sed/ic>roV:ere,~p~s'ct
• If there was a highly reflective object (glass window, etc.) in the
picture, use FE lock. (p.18)
• If the subject looks very dark or very bright, set flash exposure
compensation. (p.27)
• When high-speed sync is set, the effective flash range will be
shorter, so move closer to the subject. (p.28)
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The picture is "~ry blurred.
• When the shooting mode is set to < Av > and the scene is dark,
slow sync is enabled automatically and the shutter speed
becomes slower. Use a tripod or set the shooting mode to < P >.
(p.12)
The slave unit does not fire.
• When using the built-in flash of the camera as the master unit:
• Raise the camera's built-in flash.
• Use [Built-in flash func. setting] on the camera to set the
wireless flash functions.
• Set the power switch to <SLAVE>. (p.34)
• Make sure that the transmission channel on the slave unit
matches the master unit's transmission channel. (p.34)
• Point the wireless sensor on the slave unit toward the master unit.
(p.35)
Tbe.periphery ofthe>movie se~a-e,en . JoO:tss i~ark.
• When using the LED light in a dark scene, adjust the focal length
at 50mm or longer for an EF lens or 32mm or longer for an EF-S
lens and shoot. (p.23)
Remote contrOl shooting does not work.
• Remote control shooting works only with cameras compatible with
Remote Controller RC-1, RC-5, or RC-6. (p.38)
• Set the camera's drive mode to < j > (Remote control shooting).
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Specifications
•Type
Type:
Compatible cameras:
Guide No.:
Flash coverage:
On-camera, E-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash Speed lite
Type-A EOS cameras (E-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash)
32/105 (at 50mm focal length, ISO 100 in meters/feet)
EF lens: 24mm/50mm equivalent angle of view
EF-S lens: 15mm/32mm equivalent angle of view
*Manual switching of flash coverage
goo up, 180° left, goo right
Bounce direction:
Color temperature
information transmission: Flash color temperature information transmitted to camera
when flash is fired
• Exposure Control
Exposure control system: E-TTL 11/E-TTL autoflash, manual flash
Effective flash range:
Normal flash: 0.7- 22.g m I 2.3- 75.1 ft.
Quick flash: 0.7- 13.1 m I 2.3- 43ft.
High-speed sync: 0.7-11.4 m I 2.3-37.4 ft. (at 1/250 sec.)
*With EF50mm f/1.4 lens at ISO 100
Functions supported by
camera operations:
Flash exposure compensation (±3 stops in 1/3- or 1/2-stop
increments), manual flash, 1sU2nd curtain sync, High-speed
sync, FE lock, modeling flash
• AF -assist Beam
• Intermittent flash-type AF-assist beam
Compatible AF method: AF during viewfinder shooting, and [Quick mode] during Live
View shooting or movie shooting
Effective range:
At center: Approx. 0.7- 4 m I 2.3- 13.1 ft.,
Periphery: Approx. 0.7- 3.5 m I 2.3- 11.5 ft.
• AF-assist beam using the LED light
Compatible AF method: [Live mode] or[~ Live mode] during Live View shooting or
movie shooting
Effective range:
At center: Approx. 0.7- 4 m I 2.3- 13.1 ft;,
Periphery: Approx. 0.7- 3m I 2.3- g_8 ft.
• Wireless Slave Function
Transmission method:
Channels:
Group switching:
Reception angle:
Optical pulse
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Switchable among groups A, B, and C
±45° horizontally, 27° up and 20° down, facing the master unit
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• LED Light
Brightness:
Coverage:
Range:
Approx. 75 lux
EF50mm lens angle of view
At ISO 3200
fl1.4: Approx. 4 m 113.1 ft., fl2.8: Approx. 2 m I 6.6 ft.,
fl4: Approx. 1.4 m 14.6 ft., fl5.6: Approx. 1 m I 3.3 ft.
• Remote Release Function
Compatible cameras:
Cameras compatible with Remote Controller RC-6, RC-5, or
RC-1
Release mode:
Release after 2 sec.
Operating range:
Approx. 5 m I 16.4 ft. from the front of the camera
• Custom Functions: 4 (8 settings)
• Power Source
Battery:
Recycling time:
Flash-ready indicator:
Battery life (flash count):
LED light:
Power saving:
Four AAILR6 alkaline batteries
*AAILR6 Ni-MH and lithium batteries also usable
Approx. 0.1 - 2.3 sec. (Quick flash: Approx. 0.1 - 1.8 sec.)
Flash-ready lamp lights
Approx. 180 - 1000 flashes (with AAILR6 alkaline batteries)
Lights for a maximum of approx. 3.5 hours (with AAILR6
alkaline batteries)
Power.off after approx. 90 sec. of idle operation (60 min. if set
as slave unit)
• Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions (W x H x D): Approx. 70 x 115 x 78.4 mm I 2.8 x 4.5 x 3.1 in.
Approx. 275 g I 9.7 oz. (Speedlite only, excluding batteries)
Weight:
• 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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Manual Flash Guide No. (ISO 100, in meters/feet)
22.61
74.1
161
52.5
11.31
37.1
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do~trreaccornpagn{!d'unecopledelapMsentecartedegaranlle, d'unepreuved'achal alnsiqued'une~duprobl(!me, d'6chantlllonsdepet~culeoudetouteautreprewede
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La prr!sente garanlle ne cowre que las vices de mater~ux et de fabrication survenus <lans le cadre d'une utilisation normale de r6qulpement. Ella ne s'applique pas dans tes cas suivants
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parte de l'{!quipement ou dornmage 1r.l'&quipement
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d01actuosit9 anribuable II une fuite au niveau des piles ou dommages dus II una oxpOs~ron II des substances ltqull:les:
vices de mat{lriaw: ou de fabrication dus Ilia r9parelion ou Ilia modification de requlpement par un ~ers. autre qu'un memt:ue du r9s&au mondlal de foumlsseurs de service sous garantie
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delaut de lonclio1108menl d~lant de rusage d'acc&ssoii&S, de COillJII{Iments, d& loumttures, de piices ou de disposltits (y oompris, sens toutetois s'y lim~er, las plies, les pelticules, les
lentilles.lesle~-~airs &tautresaccessoires) qu i sr:>nt """:' conlormes aw: sp9cilicatioosCenon etqlli !IOnlutill&esaveccet$quipementdephotographieCanon:
domrnages subis en oours de transpon (Toute rr!dama!IOO do~ litre prr!sentee et examrnee par le ll'ansporteur.)
directivesd'u~lisation:
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L'l!rquipernent sous ga rantie paul {lire Mpar9 SANS FRAtS par los membfes du r(!seau mondial de foumlsseurs de saMoa SOI.IS garantle de Canon qui ont une place d'affaires II rexte.1eur des
Etars-Unls, du Canada , de rAuSiralle , du Floyaume-Unl, de Ia Nouvelle Z€rlarlde, du Uexique &t du Japan , mais 1e propri{ltaire de l'o:!quipement devra assumer las lrais d'assurance. do transport
et de man_uiE!nbon. (La ~ste des membfes du reseau ~ial de toumisseurs de service sous ganr.nlle de Canon IICOOillpagne 1'9qulpement.)
LA SOCIETE CANON DECLARE QU'IL N'EXISTE, A L'E'GARD DE CET fQUIPEMENT, AUCUNE AUTRE CltCLAR ... TION , GAAANTIE. CONDITION OU OBLIGATION (EXPRESSE OU
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GARANTIA LIMITADA
La garantia timitada establecida a oontinuaci6n es otorgada pOr 1M empr0$3S CAOON COMPANY lndlcadas en Ia li!$1a de abajo, para los producros totogr.~Jflcos Canon comprados en los
Estados Unklos. CanaO<I. Australia. Reine Unido, Nueva Zelanda, M{!~ico o JapOO.
Esta gamntfa intemacionallimiter:ta 681'8 efectilla Unicame~ oonlra presentac:i6n oo .ta ta~eta de gar anti a y de una pi\Jeba lehaciente .de Ia eompra.
El equlpo Canon est4 panttzado contra defectos de material ode mano de obra bajo uso normal p01 un perlodo de un ( 1) aiio a partir de Ia lecha de compra original y se e~~Cuentra limitado a
lareparaci6n,ajustaosustituoi6fly/oroomplazo<lelaspiezasdetectuo6as
El equlpO cubieno oor esta garantla sera reparado pew los miembros de Ill garanlfa lntemaclonal Canon ublcados en los Estados Unldos, Cana(jtt, Australia. Reine Unido, Nueva Zelanda,
Canon Latin America, ~•ieo y Jap0n SIN CARGO ALGUNO. (La lista de los miembros de Ia gararttia international Canon que aoomparra at equlpo),
El equiPO cubieno pOr esta garantla sera reparado por los miembros de Ia garanl la irltemacional canon, SIN CARGO ALGUNO, e~ceplo para los gastos de seguro , transpone y merrejo.
(VBase Ia lista de millmbfos de Ia garantia intamacional Canon que aeompat\a al equip0) .
Parapoder recibirelserviclodegarantla,usteddeber8enviaretproductocootodoslosftetespagadosdeantemanoensucajadecart6noriginsloequillalente,debidarnenteempaquetado
paraquepuedasoporlarlos <iesgosderranspone,yoompletamenteasegurado. Sedeber8induiru..aeopiadeestatarjetadogarantlayunaproebefehacientedelaeompra,juntooonuna
descripc:i6ndal problema.muesll'asdepeHcutas,etc.
Se efectueran las reparaciooes y elllete do Ia devoluci6n del equipO sera SI N CARGO dentro del pais de reparaci6n
Esta garantla cubre Unlcarnente los delectos de malarial o oe mano oe otH-a bajo usc normal, y no sera apicable 8fllos sigulenles ca!IOS:
(a) Perdidaso<:laflosalequipOcausadospol'deteriorore!IU~antedel8buso , ma l uso,ao:x::idEinte . olattedealerlCi6nalaslnstruccionesde lunclonamlonto.
(b) Delectos del equipo resunante de P'rdkias de eledr61~o ode dal»s causados porel mlsmo
(c) Defecto de material ode mane de obra cuando el defE'Cio sea resuledo do modilicaci6n o reparaci6n realizada por I)EifSOflal diSiinto de los miembros de Ia garanlfa intemaolonal Canon u
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(d) Falo de turoelonamiento resuname de Ia u~lizaci6n . jUnto con oste equipo toiOglifioo Canon, de accesorios, piezas de sujeci6n. consumibles del producto, repuestos o dispositivos
(incluy&ndo,stnUmitacl6n,pllu,pellculas,otljetiYos,aa:esorlosdellashyotrosaccasorlos)quenocumplanconlasespeciticacionesdeCanon.
(e) Dailosprovoca.dos<llranteelll'anspor&e. (EireclamodebeserpfesentadoayoxaminadoPOrtaemprfl<'ldelranspo<te)
El equlpo a~bierto por esta garantla puede s&r 19parado por los miembros de Ia gerantla lntemacional Canon ubicados fuera de ESl8dos Ullidos. Canada . Australia, Reino Unido, Nueva
Zelanda. Canon Latin Am9rica, Mrbk:o y Jap6n SIN CARGO AlOUNO, eJCCepiO para los gaslos de seguro, transporte y m111nejo. (La lists de los mi&mbros de Ia garantla lntemaclonal Canon
del mundo que acompat\a al equlpo).
CANON COMPANY EXCLUYE TOOAS LAS REPRESENTAC IONES, GARANTIAS. CONDICIONES U OBLIGAC IONES (SEA EXPAESA 0 IMPLICIT A, INCLUYENDO COMERCIABIUDAD E
IDONEIDAD PARA UN PROP6s1TO PARTICULAR) RELACtONADAS CON EL EQUIPO, EXCEPlO LO EXPRESAMENTE EST ABLECIDO EN EL TE XTO PRECEDENTE Y/0 EXCEPTO
HAST A EL GRAOO EN QUE ALGUNA EXCLUSION PUEOA INFRINGIR ALGUN ESTATUTQ 0 CAUSAA LA ANULACION DE EST OS TEAMINOS.
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AUCUNE RESPONSABIUTE A L 'fOARD DE TOUTE RECLAMATION (DE NATURE CONTRACTUELLE. DfLIC TUELLE, lEGALE OU AUTRE) FONDfE SUR TOUTE PERlE (Y COMPfUS,
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