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What the community says about Canon Speedlite 320EX
- "This is the only external flash I have ever owned for my Canon, but the difference in my photos between this and the built in flash is very noticeable. I'm so satisfied that I haven't even looked for another option in the years that I've owned this thing. This flash is easy to operate, isn't too heavy, swivels nicely, and charges very quickly."
- "The Canon Speedlite 320EX is a handy device, to say the least. Photographers and occasional picture-takers alike could benefit from having this flash on hand. It is particularly useful for video recording, as it gives the perfect amount of light for a clean shot. I usually use the Canon Speedlite 320EX when doing live videos for my YouTube channel. Check it out!"
- "First - even if you are an amature photographer like me, you can seriously upgrade your photos by getting an external flash. A big external flash sometimes seems like a very "proferssional" accessory and people may think only professional photographers need and use it, but once you see how your photos look comparing to ANY built-in flash, you will realize that this is one of the smartests upgrades you can make. this is a very good flash, but with current pricing you can get the next model up, the 430EX-II, for about $30 more. The 430 will give you two main benefits: more light and better AF assitance (Infrared instead of flash bursts). However, the 320 has a nice LED light feature that the 430 doesn't have, which can be useful for shooting movies."
- "There isn't much negativity surrounding this product because people are happy with it. There are some small nitpicky issues, and some might be waiting for the latest and greatest to come out, but this is a standard workhorse general-purpose flash that will suit the needs of most."
- "The Canon Speedlite 320EX was the perfect solution for me when I broke the flash on my canon T3i. It was easy to just pop it on my camera and I've been using it for a few weeks now and it works great. The price is right - just around $100, and it should last a long time, if you don't drop it."