Reviews and Problems with Canon Speedlite 270EX II
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rads, B&H Photo
29 April 2015
Excerpt: With freshly charged eneloops inside, this unit burned out after the first flash with a smell of burning electronics. It's the first dud product I've received from Canon as a 25-year customer.
Excerpt: Great fill light, slave function allows me to use it for macro photoraphy. Size, slave function, its straight forward easy of use and the fact its an OEM flash are the primary reasons why bought the unit. I also needed a small flash when I wasn't in a situation where I couldn't bring a bigger flash
Pros: Compact, Easy To Use, Good For Fill Flash, Lightweight
Excerpt: I got this to compliment my G12 which it does well. From full wide to telephoto the exposure is right on. I'm looking forward to this travel kit when I don't have room for my L-Series lenses and body.
Excerpt: This speed light is pretty good considering the price. I used it for an evening, all indoor wedding - the batteries wore down after about 2 1/2 hours of shooting and the flash sometimes took a moment to catch up after continuous shooting...other than that, the photo results were great
Excerpt: I was not sure such a small flash would work for me, but I've been really impressed with the 270EX II. I've found that a bounce flash is the key to natural looking interior photos, and this flash has worked well with the Canon SL1 body in our home with 8 ft. ceilings.
Excerpt: fantastic item small but powerful ,great for carry around flash ,light weight but has great power for around the house, wish i would have tried this one sooner not nearly as bulky as the 600 not as many bells and whistles but it works perfect with my prime lens
Excerpt: I use it on my Canon Powershot G16. The camera supplies all of the necessary data to the flash- i.e. distance, lighting, etc. When the flash goes off the picture exposure is dead on. My flash photo's are much more accurate and vibrant with this flash as opposed to the standard camera flash.