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Canon Speedlite 600 EX-RT flash review

In this video, I do a review of the Canon Speedlite 600 EX-RT flash.

What sold me on this flash was the following features:
-Guide Number of 60m at ISO 100
-E-TTL II, TTL, and Manual modes
-High Speed Synch (HSS)
-Built-in Wireless and IR remote master and slave
-Auto-Focus assist infrared beam (works in total darkness!)
-Depth-of-Field (DoF) preview button on camera activates flash for 1 second to see shadows
-20mm to 200mm zoom
-Light and Dark Orange gels and gel holder
-Built-in diffuser panel and bounce card
-Pouch that can attach to a belt or strap to carry your flash and flash foot

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Nikon D7100 Preview

In this video, Matt Granger from ThatNikonGuy/PhotoNewsReview does a preview of the Nikon D7100 DSLR camera which was introduced today. Featuring a 24.1MP DX sensor with 6fps, 51 AF-points with 15 cross-type AF points, and a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, this is a great alternative to the Nikon D600 camera if you don’t need full-frame. For videographers, this camera can go up to 30p or 60i, and features both a mic input and headphone output so you can monitor the audio that is being recorded.

I’m looking forward to see if Canon will reply to this with a 7D II in the near future.