Canon Speedlite 600 EX-RT User Manual (en, zh)

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Linked shooting is a function that automatically releases the shutter of a 
slave unit camera by linking it to a master unit camera. You can shoot 
with linked shooting for up to 16 units, including both master units and 
slave units. This is convenient when you want to shoot a subject from 
multiple angles at the same time.
To shoot with linked shooting, attach a flash that supports radio 
transmission wireless shooting or the Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT 
to the camera. 
Note that when using a camera with an N3 type remote control terminal 
that was released up to 2011 as the “slave unit camera,” the “Release 
Cable SR-N3” (sold separately) is needed. For details on attaching the 
cable, see page 68.
Before performing the operations on the next page, attach a Speedlite 
or transmitter on all the cameras to be used for linked shooting. For 
details on the transmitter settings, see the transmitter’s instruction 
manual.
Linked Shooting with Radio Transmission
Master unit
camera
Slave unit 
camera
Slave unit
camera
Slave unit 
camera
Slave unit
camera
Transmission 
distance 
Approx. 30 m 
(98.4 ft.)
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