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Canon's mid-range Speedlite flash, the upgraded and more compact 430EX III-RT features dual built-in radio or optical wireless triggering, with the gun acting as either master or slave. It has a new illuminated dot matrix LCD display and a multi-control dial which provides shortcuts to the main functions. Other useful inclusions are a catchlight panel to add extra sparkle to portraits and an orange filter to balance the flash output with ambient tungsten lighting.
Shortcut controls give access to key features, and a control wheel allows quick adjustments to be made. There's a lock switch to prevent settings from being changed accidentally. The clear LCD display panel is illuminated for low-light conditions.
The 430EX III-RT is compatible with the Canon radio frequency triggering system which does not require line of sight view and works up to 30m away. Either another 430EX III-RT, ot 600EX RT or ST-E3 RT Transmitter can act as the master controller. Use multiple flashes together in groups, controlling the power of each group separately. Up to five groups can be created, with a maximum of 15 flashes in each group.
It can also be remotely controlled with optical triggering, so it will fit in immediately with your existing flash set up. It can be fired from 10m away using the optional Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 or the Integrated Speedlite Transmitter built in the some EOS cameras, like the EOS 760D, 70D or 7D Mk II.
As well as TTL flash control, output can be set manually between 1/1 and 1/128th power in 1/3 stop increments. High speed sync is available with compatible cameras.
Other flash control functions include Exposure Lock, Exposure Compensation, Bracketing, Second-curtain Sync and Modelling Flash.
Flash head moves in steps 90° vertically, and 150-180° horizontally.
Durable metal flash shoe.