Canon Speedlite 600EX II-RT Manual (en)

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When you set the camera’s shooting mode to <d> (Program AE) or 
fully automatic mode, you can shoot in E-TTL II/E-TTL fully automatic 
flash mode.
1
Set the flash mode to <a>.
 
Press the <E> button.
 
Turn <9> to select <Q>, then 
press <8>.
 
Check that <M> or 
<x> is not displayed.
2
Focus on the subject. 
 
Press the shutter button halfway to 
focus.
X
The shutter speed and aperture are 
displayed in the viewfinder.
 
Check that <Q> is lit in the viewfinder.
3
Take the picture. 
 
Check that the subject is in the 
effective flash range.
 
When you press the shutter button 
completely, the flash will fire and the 
picture will be taken.
X
If the standard flash exposure is 
obtained, the flash exposure 
confirmation lamp lights for approx. 3 
sec.
a: Fully Automatic Flash Photography
Effective flash range
Flash exposure 
confirmation lamp
 
If the flash exposure confirmation lamp does not light or if the subject is 
dark (underexposed) when you check the shot image, move closer to the 
subject and shoot again. You can also increase the ISO speed when 
using a digital camera.
 
“Fully automatic mode” refers to <A>, <1>, and <C> shooting 
modes.
 
Even when attached to a camera that supports the E-TTL II autoflash 
system, <a> is displayed on the LCD panel.