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    Default 380EX with Canon 350D

    I have a 380EX and now looking at buying a Canon 350D. Anyone using this combination? If this does not work then I may consider changing to Nikon instead.

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    Default Re: 380EX with Canon 350D

    yes it work...

    but why not try the 30D....

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    All EX flashes are compatible with the 20/10/200/350/1 series D bodies.
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    ok I am using the exact set-up without any problems, hope it helps u in deciding

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    Default Re: 380EX with Canon 350D

    why is your decision based on compatibility of a flash ?

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    Default Re: 380EX with Canon 350D

    Actually I also have 2 other lenses which are canon.

    Trying to persuade myself that I don't need to change to Nikon.

    The 350D brochure did not list 380EX as a suitable flash.

    Why 350D? I waited 5 years since my 50E to go Digital SLE because I don't want to spend that much on my hobby. Anyway I just use it to take pics of kids and food. Just need something good enough.

    Also planning to get a Canon 60mm f2.8 Lens for purpose as stated above.

    Good combination?

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    Kids and food maybe a 50/1.8 might be better since 60mm might be too tight in some cases? You might want to buy a second hand 420ex/430/550ex if price is your concern.
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    Default Re: 380EX with Canon 350D

    Quote Originally Posted by raptor84
    Kids and food maybe a 50/1.8 might be better since 60mm might be too tight in some cases? You might want to buy a second hand 420ex/430/550ex if price is your concern.
    The EF-S 60 is a macro if I'm not mistaken.

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