Canon 600 EX-RT Flash

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Canon 600 EX-RT Flash Specifications

Additional Features
Display Features LCD Panel
Other Features EF Lens: 28 mm or Greater, EF-S Lens: 18 mm or Greater , Effective Range (Approximate): At Center: 2.0 - 32.8 ft. / 0.6 - 10 m, Periphery: 2.0 - 16.4 ft. / 0.6 - 5 m, 60 m at ISO 100 Guide Number, Flash Coverage: 20 - 200 mm, Extendable Wide Panel, Redesigned Contact Construction, Improved Flash Hea...View More EF Lens: 28 mm or Greater, EF-S Lens: 18 mm or Greater , Effective Range (Approximate): At
Dimensions
Depth 124.5 mm
Height 142.9 mm
Weight 425 g
Width 79.7 mm
Flash Features
AF Assist Beam 0.6 m - 10 m (Center), 0.6 m - 5 m (Periphery)
Guide Number 200 mm at ISO 100
General Specifications
Brand Canon
Color Black
Designed For Camera
Features 60 m at ISO 100 Guide Number, Flash Coverage: 20 - 200 mm, Extendable Wide Panel, Redesigned Contact Construction, Improved Flash Head Durability, Exceptional Dust and Weather Resistance, Dot Matrix LCD Panel, Backlit Button, Full Swivel, LCD Panel Illumination, Color Filter Holder
Model Name 600EX-RT
Type Flash
Performance Features
Modes of Operation E-TTL II, E-TTL, Manual
Number of Flashes 100 - 700 Flashes (AA-size LR6 Alkaline Batteries)
Recycling Time 4.5 sec
Vertical Bounce/Swivel Angle 180°
Power Features
Power Source 4 1.2 V NiMH (AA-size) Rechargeable Batteries

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Michael, here some questions that even Canon is stumped & lost. Can you chime in, please? 1. How come the ATG Gold 600EX-RT IIIr can do wireless Ext.M and has longer range? 2. ATG AF Assist Beam is on ATG Gold ETTL Kim X Transmitter, why not on Canon's? 3. The wireless range is over 300 meters while Canon is 30 meters?
Yongnuo 600EX-RT €109
Pocket Wizard is a thing of the past, like the typewriter. It is expensive and unreliable. A good used 580exii will cost $400 on eBay. A grey market new 600ex will cost $370.
YN-622C / Yungnuo does the trick for both Canon 600EX-RT and 580EX II and works GREAT straight from behind the camera screen....
Beside of the unit price 580EXII or 600EX-RT (every day is cheaper for both), you have to add extra money for the pocketwizards, that make them in the same price range level again, carrying more stuff for the 580's taking more time for setup, I think the 600's are way a better choice, and for many more features.
The way you explain value for money always helped me deciding my new gear. Thank you Michael! Hope you got your hair by now ;)
ok, I just bit the bullet and went for 2x ex 600rt's and the st e3, i got the 600's for £325 each on ebay and the st e3 for £265 again on ebay, loving them on my 1dx and 5d mkiii, the rate in which they fire is superb on the 1dx, in low light i can shoot 12 fps and get 12 flashes per second no problems, these units are truly amazing. 
I have an issue, I have the 1dx and 5d mkiii and the mini flex tt1 and tt5'''''''''s x 2. I have found that pocket wizards are not compatible with the 1dx or 5d mkiii with the ttl side, I also have the 580 ex ii and 430 ex ii flash units, so now I am very confused as to what i can do to keep ettl as this is an easy to use option for me.
I just bought 2 Speedlite 600EXs and one ST E3 RT transmitter, 2 stands with umbrellas, and 2 flash mounting brackets from B and H Photo for $1237.00. No tax and free shipping. I consider that a pretty good deal.
i got mine for £419 (cheapest in the uk main shops) the prices you mention and others below have said must be real bargains  and 580exII for $200   (£123)   ??????  they sell in the UK for £150+ wish i lived there
Nice Video ... thx for the info. Here in Australia, you can buy the 580ex II on ebay for just over $300, or you can buy the 430ex II for around $250. I personally like portability & value .. I am settling on 2 x 580ex II & 1 x 430ex II. That way you can have a nice twin light (equal power) setup, & then you can throw the 430 in as hair light or back light etc ... The cost of some of the cheap Chinese studio flash kits on ebay = very cheap ...
Thanks for your support!
The Maven !! i bought your tutorial on the Canon 60D. Great Video
so you say I cant use radio transmision for just one 600EX -RT if I have a CANON 5D MARK III???? please tell me that mark iii can work it
Great shots @3:45 and @3:48!
If you got the new Canon Mark 3, then the 600EX-RT is for you but if you are using older camera like the Canon 7D or Canon Mark 2 or Canon T4i then I would stick with the older Canon 580EX II plus the price of the Canon 580EX II will be cheaper, like Michael said in his video. Better for your buck and plus you can get more Flashes unless Canon 600EX-RT will go down in price like $400 then I will consider buying it. This is just my opinion. I just purchase Two 580EX II for $650.
So these 600's are essentially useless with anything other than 5dmkiii's (Sync speed wise any way)? I heard they can only sync off camera at 1/125, pretty pittyfull considering I can get 1/1000 with Pocketwizards and 580exii, I would love to proven otherwise though? As this system does seem more reliable, less parts is always a good thing.
Absolutely! the 600 has a PC port for the pocket wizard and there are many compatible hot shoe transmitters.
Is it possible to trigger the radio feature in the 600EX with a pocket wizard or another non-Canon radio transmitter?
theres no way to compare both flashes the 600 is far better than the 580 ..
Information actually starts at 4:38
I have a pair of 470 ex-ai flashes which I want to use off camera by remotely triggering them using a remote trigger. Which speedlite trigger is compatible with the 470 ex AI flash units? Is ST-E2 an infra red transmitter or an optical transmitter? Are the infra-red and optical transmitter same? Is ST-E2 compatible with the 470 ex AI flash units? Can I use ST-E2 transmitter mounted on my canon 5d mark iv to trigger the pair of 470 ex-ai?
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This guy is soo dreadful. Most boring ass presentation ever. Wow, can this guy be any more boring and put people to sleep? I'd hate to be at his seminars or classroom. Terrible. Video starts at 5:00 by the way. Pointless promotions and the whole video is still worthless information. Save yourself 10 minutes of your life and don't waste your time watching this.
Does the 600EX-RT fit on the hot shoe of the Canon Rebel T5i?
Louis CK really dropped in quality lately...
Today so many companies didn't want to listened to ATG, including Canon. ATG AF Assist Beam is very important. Many are built on speedlites & speedlights. Canon ST-E3-RT = no ATG AF Assist Beam for $300.00 Profoto Air Remote TTL = no ATG AF Assist Beam for $500.00 Interfit S1 TTL Remote = no ATG AF Assist Beam for $100.00 Phottix Odin Transmitter= no ATG AF Assist Beam for $200.00 Impact Venture Transmitter = no ATG AF Assist Beam for $250.00 ATG/Yongnuo YN-E3-RT = ATG Assist Beam, USB port for $75.00 ATG/Nissin Air 1 = ATG Assist Beam for $80.00 ATG/Nissin Air10s = ATG Assist Beam for $170.00 (very easy to use * understand) Canon, you and Nikon/Pocket Wizzard have ripped us off for years. ATG/Godox/Nissin/Yongnuo are in town to stay.
Why canon uploaded a video made 3 years ago?
Biggest downside of st-e3 rt transmitter is a lack of infrared light assist :-( For example if you do night club photography and you have your 600rt inside small softbox on monopod you can't use it because is to dark to lock focus without assist light.
Hi sir what does RT stand for ? Thanks
Am using Canon 600 Ex rt but am thinking that by now canon as company supposed to with lithium barriers
Well explained. Helped me a lot. Thank you.
Is this compatible with the rebel T7?
The Canon 600EXII-RT has a built-in radio transciever. An external third party transmitter is redundant.
Can the 600 ex be used as a master with two or may be with multiple 470 ex ai as slaves and off camera?
thank you for the tutorial, there is a issue Canon is keeping unexplained..quiet.. here is a link, read from pro's..then help solve the problem if possible.. https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthread.php?t=1394675
does the flash tell you your battery power
is it compatible with 1dx mark 2
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when i try to sync the flash with my 5D mark VI in camera menu when i click on flash function settings it says this: "this menu cannot be displayed. incompatible flash or flash's power is turned off" i do'nt know what to do!?
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In your FAQ video, you mention an Alturo photo external battery pack.for a Acnon 7D mark ii, it holds 8 rechargeble batteries, I can't find it in your store nor on Ebay what am I missing?
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Please can you explain to me how can i change ETTL (M) ZOOM TO (A) ZOOM on Speedlite 600EXII-RT.Thanks.
Excellent! Thank you.
Thanks great explanation, greetings from Sri Lanka
i just learned from this tutorial... how I can use this flash externally & use my pocket wizards to fire. Great help! thanks
I recently bought this flash.... you know the hot-shoe connector? If I have the flash in my camera bag, shouldn't there be some type of cover for that connection part of the flash? it has all those sensors on it, are you supposed to use that plastic stand that comes with it? & keep that on to protect while its not on the camera?
Thanks for the video. I have a third party trigger to use my flash off-camera. I'd like to be able to use two off-camera speed lites. The other is the Canon 580 series. Do I need a second receiver in order to fire the second flash simultaneously?
So this works on your r6 right? I looked and it doesn’t have it listed as a compatible camera!
Great video! My 600 EXII-RT speedlites keep dropping their link to each other constantly. Same channel, Same ID. Any idea how to fix this? I can't trust during a wedding. HELP, please!
you are the best Katelyn! Thank you so much for your efforts.
Have you done a first time set up video yet on these flashes?
Great video! How do I set up the transmitter and flashes to keep up in burst/high drive mode. When I’m trying to shoot 12 frames per second with my r5, the off camera flash is not keeping up (causing me to miss a lot of shots). Is there anyway I can fix this? Thanks for the help.
great info thanks im new to the channel you got me in when you bought the r6!!! im making that move soon cant wait
Like you, I shot a lot of weddings along with Graduating Seniors and outdoor portraiture prior to and during 2012 and those years. Pocket Wizards were never made for Canon cameras/flashes. Setting them up was like wiring a nuclear device, with all the steps you had to go through and even then they only worked intermittently. What I did was buy Radio Poppers PX Wireless System. Which turned your Canon Flashes, using a master flash on your camera or the ST-E2 (I think that’s what it’s called) transmitter, with a Radio Popper transmitter mounted on it, which sent a radio signal to a Radio Popper receiver mounted on your flash and turned it into a wireless system. They worked flawlessly. I used them for years and only stopped when I got the Canon 600 EX-RT-II system. The Radio Poppers worked on the 420 EX all the way up to the 580EX II Canon flashes. I use the 600’s but have begun using Godox AD200 Pro units along with their transmitters and the V860II C flash units with the Li-ion battery. I love Canon Flashes but so far I’ve used the hell out of the Godox units and they’ve worked without a hitch. I suspect their speedlites like the V860II C is most likely a direct knock off of Canons 600 EX-RT-II—at least the electronics. (They’re both made in China.) But their speedlites are about 1/3 the price of a Canon 600 and so far they’re durable. The AD200 Pro, depending on where you buy it , will run about $300 bucks or so. And you need a transmitter ($40-79) to work with it. But the AD 200 Pro has about 3 times the power of the Godox or Canon 600 flashes. The setup is the same as Canons with multiple flashes,etc. If you’re using a Godox flash unit as your Master, then in addition to a channel, you need to set a user ID just like with Canon. You don’t have to do the ID if you’re using one of their three transmitters.
so you don't need an st-e3-rt if you have multiple flashes?
Hi! I would LOVE if you’d make a video about just using one of them, no slaves. I’m a portrait photographer, and have bought my first speed light, the same model as yours, and would like to know the best way to set it up for use. I used it at a styled shoot on a very dark tropical storm day and did terribly with it. Thanks Katelyn!
Natural light photographer. Well...
Why everybody talk about Godox AD200 currently ? Strange that other brands make cheaper and more powerful flash...
Wonderful video. I use these flashes for work too but was curious to see your setup but wanted to say you explained it really beautifully. I can’t stress enough how great the Canon RT system is compared to the mess of third party triggers I used to use. The biggest problem is something you mentioned in passing - as it’s so easy you can pretty much forget all the set up malarkey and just get on with shoot after shoot. Then if you nudge a button and mess up your settings you can suddenly find you’ve ended up in a backwater of the menu you’ve not visited before and it takes a bit of thought to work out what’s what. Not a big issue as the menu is relatively (by flash standards) intuitive, but its more a sign of how the plug and play simplicity can mean you don’t have to get that familiar learning the awkward parts of the system!
Hi, I'm new to your channel. How do I connect it to the Camera? I have a Canon 6D mark II. I can't seem to find anyone connecting them. I want to use it under an umbrella and shown NOT being told that I can use it. Can you help with that please?
I tested mine out while watching and it was a big help! Question: Do you keep both the head flash and 2nd one both on ETTL settings for receptions all the time? I couldn't tell from your video if had that setting on for each flash. I did see below that you keep it on 24 mm to get as much width as possible. Thank you!
This tutorial was so very much helpful and simple to follow! In matter of minutes I solved my multi-flash radio set up using your guide and now I can make the best of the investment I had made in my canon Radio enabled Flashes. Many thanks!
Does this work with the EOS R?
Katlyn, instead of saying master flash you can say transmitter or receiver flash ! Much better than copying canon terminology from decades ago?
So, so happy you have made this video. Thank you! Thousands of photographers need to see this - including me. Making me at ease for my wedding tomorrow as I dabble for the first time on my own with OCF 🙈
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