Speedlite flashes for Canon cameras

A speedlite flash for your DSLR, mirrorless or compact Canon camera must be compatible with Canon e-TTL (II) metering for automatic exposure control. To get this you don’t have to buy a speedlite from Canon. Alternatives include flashes from Yongnuo, Godox, Pixel, Shanny or Meike, to name the main 3rd party manufacturers. Apart from the TTL enabled speedlite flashes there are also manual flashes (without TTL metering) which are less expensive but lack some features.

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$74.99

Godox TT600

Godox TT600 is the latest model in the very popular line of Godox manual speedlites and part of Godox wireless radio flash system.  TT600 is a remote manual speedlite with 2.4GHz Godox X series radio transceivers built inside, providing both remote manual radio master and slave modes. Godox TT600 is compatible with all cameras with standard hot-shoe

$118.99

Godox TT685C

Godox TT685C is a fully-featured E-TTL (II) flashgun, much like the older model TT680 but with an addition of built-in 2.4GHz radio receiver. It is a part of Godox’s long awaited 2.4GHz TTL radio flash system, now accompanied by the X1-C TTL triggers. Godox flash system is one of the most comprehensive radio flash systems currently available. Whats impressive about the Godox flash system is not only the large range of lights, with full compatibility between remote manual and TTL equipment, but also intercompatibility between Canon, Nikon, and Sony TTL compatible versions

$199.99

Godox V860II-C

Godox V860II-C is a fully-featured E-TTL (II) flashgun, much like the TT685C with a difference that the V860II-C is powered by an impressive Lithium-ion battery, capable of providing up to 650 full power flashes, and 1.5 second full power recycle times. It is a part of Godox’s long awaited 2.4GHz TTL radio flash system, now accompanied by the X1-C TTL triggers. Godox flash system is one of the most comprehensive radio flash systems currently available. Whats impressive about the Godox flash system is not only the large range of lights, with full compatibility between remote manual and TTL equipment, but also intercompatibility between Canon, Nikon, and Sony TTL compatible versions

$499.99

Godox Witstro AD360II-C

Godox Witstro AD360II-C is an update to the older manual-power Witstro AD360 flash, with the addition of the TTL mode, an integrated 2.4 GHz transceiver and a new dot-matrix LCD display. The Godox Witstro AD360II-C features an e-TTL hot shoe and an i-TTL/e-TTL radio slave that works with the X1C/X1N/X1S trigger system.

Godox Witstro AD360II-C is a high-powered bare bulb flash with TTL, HSS and built-in 2.4GHz transceiver that gives you studio quality light which is very portable and independent of AC power.

$89.99

Meike MK-14EXT Macro Ring Light for Canon

If you are looking for an inexpensive professional TTL macro flash ring, look no further. Meike MK-14EXT allows you to evenly illuminate close subjects with soft, flattering light. MK-14EXT is a great alternative to much more expensive Canon MR-14EX macro ring flash. MK-14EXT features both PC sync and external power ports. Also, it fully supports in-camera flash settings such as exposure compensation (FEC), flash exposure bracketing (FEB), flash exposure lock, modeling light function, and 1st & 2nd curtain sync modes. The control unit features an LCD screen for directly adjusting flash settings. Meike MK-14EXT is very powerful macro ring light and it recycles in approximately 3 seconds at full power.

$88.99

Meike MK-320 for Canon

Running on two AA batteries, the MK320 has e-TTL and manual control, an optical slave, an LED lamp and probably the smallest tilt/swivel flash head on the market. The MeiKe MK-320 is a very nice little flash that would do nicely in the hot-shoe of many DSLR cameras. It feels balanced, is easy to use and can be used for direct TTL or bounce flash.

As a walk-around flash for amateur photography and social events, you really cannot go far wrong with the MK-320. If you are looking for a compact flash unit for a small camera then Meike MK-320 mini flash is the one we would recommend to nearly everyone.

$139.99

Pixel X800C Pro

Pixel X800C Pro is a very affordable E-TTL and HSS enabled flash for Canon cameras. Pixel is a company that produces top quality products and X800C is a great alternative to the higher priced Canon models. For both on and off-camera use, X800C is looking to be the best bang for the buck inexpensive flash currently available.

X800C Pro is the most advanced Pixel flash speedlite for both professional or advanced amateur Canon shooters. It is an excellent choice for on-camera use as well as off-camera use thanks to the built-in Pixel King Pro wireless trigger. The build quality is really good and it feels solid. It is features rich, supporting e-TTL, 2nd curtain sync, wireless and optical master and slave modes, auto and manual zoom, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure bracketing and much more.

$109.99

Pixel X800C Standard

Pixel X800C Standard is a very affordable E-TTL and HSS enabled flash for on camera use. Pixel is a company that produces top quality products and X800C is a great alternative to the higher priced Canon models. For on-camera use, X800C is looking to be the best bang for the buck inexpensive flash currently available.

X800C Standard is the most affordable Pixel flash speedlite for both professional or advanced amateur Canon shooters. It is an excellent choice for on-camera use as well as off-camera use in combination with Pixel King Pro wireless triggers. The build quality is really good and it feels solid. It is features rich, supporting e-TTL, 2nd curtain sync, wireless and optical master and slave modes, auto and manual zoom, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure bracketing and much more.

$89.99

Shanny SN600C

Shanny SN600C is an economical E-TTL and HSS enabled flash for on camera use. It is a great alternative to the higher priced Canon models. For on-camera use, SN600C is looking to be the best bang for the buck inexpensive flash currently available.

SN600C is the most affordable Shanny flash speedlite for both professional or advanced amateur Canon shooters. It is an excellent choice for on-camera use as well as off-camera use in combination with Yongnuo YN622C wireless triggers. The build quality is good and it feels solid. It is features rich, supporting e-TTL, 2nd curtain sync, wireless and optical slave modes, auto and manual zoom, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure bracketing and much more.

$104.99

Shanny SN600C-RT

Shanny SN600C-RT is Shanny’s flagship speedlite model for Canon DSLRs, providing most features of the Canon 600EX-RT. Basically it provides all of the important features of Canon 600EX-RT flash except radio master mode.

SN600C-RT is a great E-TTL, HSS, RT enabled speedlite flash for both on and off-camera use. It is fully compatible with Canon RT wireless system and so it is a great alternative to the higher priced Canon 600EX-RT flash. For both on and off-camera use, SN600C-RT is looking to be one of the best choices among inexpensive flashes currently available.

 

$129.99

Shanny SN600EX-RF

Shanny SN600EX-RF is a 2.4GHz wireless radio master and slave speedlite flash, with a high guide number of 60 (iso100, 200mm), high speed sync and full E-TTL support. SN600EX-RF is an excellent flash. The 2.4 GHz radio transmission built-in is amazing since it is very reliable and gives very accurate results. It is really well built and it is loaded with features.

Shanny SN600EX-RF features a built-in 2.4 GHz TTL transceiver, which can function both as a master and a slave to other SN600EX-RF flashes. Shanny did a great job making a flash that not only performs excellent, but is also very well built and user friendly.

$119.99

Shanny SN600SC

Shanny SN600SC is a great E-TTL II and HSS enabled speedlite flash for both on and off-camera use. It is a great alternative to the higher priced Canon 580EX II and 600EX-RT flashes. For on-camera use, SN600SC is looking to be one of the best choices amongst inexpensive flashes currently available.

SN600SC is one of the most affordable Shanny flashes for both professional or advanced amateur Canon shooters. It is an excellent choice for on-camera use as well as off-camera use in combination with Yongnuo YN622C wireless triggers. The build quality is good and it feels solid. It is feature rich, supporting e-TTL (II), HSS, 2nd curtain sync, wireless and optical master and slave modes, auto and manual zoom, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure bracketing and much more.