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10. CH - Channel button. Selects flash channel (1 – 4) to all camera exposure modes, including Manual. Press
when unit is in wireless slave mode. the MODE button to toggle between E-TTL and M. The
11. PILOT – Pilot lamp and test fire button flash is in E-TTL mode when ETTL appears in the upper
12. Flash Exposure Confirmation lamp left corner of the LCD.
13. Power switch –Turns power on and off. SE position To operate the flash in E-TTL mode:
enables “Save Energy” mode, which automatically 1
4. Press the < + > or <−> button to set the desired flash Flash Exposure Compensation (FEC) E-TTL Flash Ratio Control (continued) output. Each time you press the button, the flash You can set FEC up to ±3 stops in 1/3-stop increments (or output will increase or decrease by one stop. The reverse also applies. For example, an A:B ratio of 1:4 1/2-stop increments with some cameras). To set FEC: 5. Press the
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