Canon Speedlite 600EX II RT Flash Tutorial (FAQ)

Learn to use the Canon 600ex RT II flash in this FAQ video tutorial. This how-to video will answer the most frequently asked questions about this shoe mount speedlite flash.

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– Guide Number: 197′ at ISO 100 and 200mm.
– 2.4 GHz Wireless Radio Transmission.
– Compatible with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II.
– Zoom Range: 20-200mm (14mm with Panel).
– Tilts from -7 to +90°
– Rotates Left & Right 180°
– 1.1-1.5x Improved Continuous Shooting.
– High-Speed, 1st & 2nd Curtain Sync.
– Bounce Adapter & Hard Color Filters.


1. Differences [0:56]
2. Canon T3I [2:34]
3. USB [3:19]
4. Wireless Settings [3:43]
5. Zoom Range [5:15]
6. Spread of Light [5:55]
7. AF Assist [6:16]
8. Optical Wireless System [6:47]
9. Wireless Flash System [7:36]
10. Sleep Mode [8:35]
11. Custom Functions [9:29]
12. Confirmation Beep [10:25]
13. Third Party Triggers [10:55]
14. Third Party External Power Supply [10:02]
15. Factory Reset [12:57]

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Canon Speedlite 600EX II RT Flash Tutorial with Most Asked Questions (FAQ)
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In this series of tutorials, “Action Photography with the Speedlite 600EX-RT Radio System,” Explorer of Light Tyler Stableford takes us to the legendary Snowmass Terrain Park in Snowmass, CO. where he utilizes the radio functionality of the 600EX-RT Speedlite system to achieve a perfect balance of ambient and Speedlite lighting, creating dynamic action photos and portraits in tricky shooting situations.

In this video, Tyler sets up a dynamic shoot at a halfpipe and rail feature in fading evening sun. Watch as he utilizes the power and range of the radio functionality in the 600EX-RT Speedlite units to perfectly light and capture these athletes as they preform tricks off of the snow features. Tyler also shows us how well the 600EX-RT Speedlite system is able to keep up with the EOS-1D X body as he captures an action sequence at a blistering 12 frames per second.

To watch the rest of this series on the Canon Digital Learning Center, click here: