Canon ST-E3-RT user manual

User manual for the device Canon ST-E3-RT

Device: Canon ST-E3-RT
Size: 17,04 MB
Date of adding : 2013-08-20 15:16:00
Number of pages: 220
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CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan
U.S.A. CANON U.S.A. INC.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042-1198, U.S.A.
For all inquires concerning this product, call toll free in the U.S.
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CANON CANADA INC. MONTREAL BRANCH
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CANON CANADA INC. CALGARY OFFICE
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Introduction The Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT is a transmitter for wireless flash shooting. It can control up to 5 groups (15 units) of Canon Speedlites that have a wireless multiple flash shooting function using radio transmission. The transmitter also has dust and water resistance equivalent to EOS-1D series cameras. Read this instruction manual while also referring to the instruction manuals of your camera and Speedlite. Before using the transmitter, read this instruction manual

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Chapters Introduction 2 Getting Started 11 1 Preparations for wireless flash shooting Wireless Flash Shooting: Radio Transmission 15 2 Wireless flash shooting with radio transmission Setting Transmitter Functions with Camera 47 Operations 3 Setting the transmitter functions from the camera’s menu screen Customizing the Transmitter 53 4 Customizing with Custom Functions and Personal Functions Reference 59 5 System map, FAQ 3 C OP Y

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Contents Introduction 2 Chapters ...................................................................................................3 Nomenclature............................................................................................6 Conventions Used in this Manual ...........................................................10 Getting Started 11 1 Installing the Batteries.............................................................................12 Attaching and Detaching the Transmitter..

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Contents Customizing the Transmitter 53 4 C / >: Setting Custom and Personal Functions............................ 54 C: Setting Custom Functions ............................................................ 56 >: Setting Personal Functions........................................................... 58 Reference 59 5 ST-E3-RT System .................................................................................. 60 Troubleshooting Guide............................................................

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Nomenclature Radio transmission LCD panel confirmation lamp (p.21, 23, 25, 30, 45) Function button 2 Function button 3 Function button 1 Function button 4 Linked shooting button (p.44) Flash mode button Battery compartment (p.24, 34, 35, 38) cover (p.12) Power switch (p.13) : Power on Charge lamp/ : Button/dial lock Test flash button (Power on) (p.13, 25, 56) : Power off Flash exposure <8> Select/Set button confirmation lamp (p.25) Lock-release button (p.13) <

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Nomenclature Nomenclature 02 Terminal cover Remote release terminal (p.42) Mounting foot (p.13) Locking pin Contacts Case 7 C OP Y

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Nomenclature LCD panel Radio transmission wireless shooting (p.15) E-TTL II/E-TTL autoflash (p.24) g : FEB (p.28, 50) FEB sequence (p.56) M : Master (p.20) : Sync speed warning (p.19) k : High-speed sync Flash exposure compensation amount c T : Personal Functions (p.58) , : Flash ratio (p.31) Beep a : E-TTL II/E-TTL autoflash : Radio ' transmission f : Flash exposure wireless shooting compensation : Channel * (p.27, 50) : Channel ) automatic Firing group setting (p.21, 22) Flash r

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Nomenclature Stroboscopic flash (p.35) ? : Multi (Stroboscopic) flash Number of flashes Flash frequency Group firing (p.38) [ : Group flash Flash mode Firing group Linked shooting (p.43) : Linked shooting : Slave x : Master M 9 C OP Y

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Conventions Used in this Manual Icons in this Manual 9 : Indicates the selection dial. 8 : Indicates the select/set button. 3/1/2 : Indicates that the respective function remains active for 4 sec., 6 sec. or 16 sec. after you let go of the button. (p.**) : Reference page numbers for more information. : Warning to prevent shooting problems. : Supplemental information. Basic Assumptions The operation procedures assume that the power switches of the camera, transmitter and Speedlite are already

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1 Getting Started This chapter describes the preparations before starting wireless flash shooting. 11 C OP Y

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Installing the Batteries Install two AA/LR6 batteries. Open the cover. 1 Slide the cover down as shown in " and open the battery compartment cover. Install the batteries. 2 Make sure the + and – battery contacts are correctly oriented as shown in the battery compartment. The grooves on the side surfaces of the battery compartment indicate –. This is convenient when replacing the batteries in a dark place. Close the cover. 3 Close the battery compartment cover and slide it up. Slid

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Attaching and Detaching the Transmitter Attach the transmitter. 1 Slip the transmitter’s mounting foot all the way into the camera’s hot shoe. Secure the transmitter. 2 On the mounting foot, slide the lock lever to the right. When the lock lever clicks in place, it will be locked. Detach the transmitter. 3 While pressing the lock-release button, slide the lock lever to the left and detach the transmitter. Before attaching or detaching the transmitter, be sure to turn the transmitter

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Turning on the Power About Auto Power Off To save battery power, the power will turn off automatically after 5 min. of idle use. To turn on the transmitter again, press the camera’s shutter button halfway, or press the test flash button (charge lamp). About the Lock Function By setting the power switch to , you can disable flash’s button and dial operations. Use this to prevent the transmitter function settings from being accidentally changed after you set them. If you operate a button or

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2 Wireless Flash Shooting: Radio Transmission This chapter describes wireless flash shooting. For the accessories required for wireless shooting, see the system map (p.60). For the regions of use, restrictions, and precautions related to radio transmission, refer to the separate leaflet. When the camera’s shooting mode is set to a fully automatic mode or an Image Zone mode, the operations in this chapter are not available. Set the camera’s shooting mode to V/X/ W/q5 / (Creative Zone mode).

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' Wireless Flash Shooting Using a transmitter and a Canon Speedlite compatible with radio transmission wireless shooting makes it easy to shoot with advanced wireless multiple flash lighting, in the same way as normal E-TTL II/ E-TTL autoflash shooting. The system is designed so that the settings of the transmitter attached to the camera (master) are automatically reflected on the Speedlite that is wirelessly controlled (slave). Therefore, you do not need to operate the slave unit while sho

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' Wireless Flash Shooting Wireless Multiple Flash Shooting You can divide the slave units into two or three groups and perform E-TTL II/E-TTL autoflash shooting while changing the flash ratio (factor). In addition, you can set and shoot with a different flash mode for each firing group, for up to 5 groups. Autoflash Shooting with Two Slave Groups (p.31) A B Autoflash Shooting with Three Slave Groups (p.32) C A B 17 C OP Y

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' Wireless Flash Shooting Shooting with a Different Flash Mode set for Each Group (p.38) Auto external flash metering Ceiling D E E-TTL II A B C Manual flash Manual flash Manual flash * The flash mode settings are indicated only as an example. 18 C OP Y


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