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I am using a Canon 350D/XT and found some information on web that the Pixel Knight TR-332 radio flash may be incompatible with that particular Canon camera due to DIGIC II and lack of Flash functions in camera menu.

I am wondering what, exactly, "incompatibility" means:

  • Not working at all
  • Missing some functions but generally shoots in (e)TTL / M etc

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Source of information

Topic owner answered me that is should work, but I would prefer to know from someone really using it.

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you might get more response if you posted a link to the information that you found. I don't know if Pixel Knight is a well known thing, but linking to a sit about it might also help. –  AJ Finch Jun 10 '11 at 12:05
    
Where did you get this information? From what I remember it should work. Can't find the official docs for some reason, but this site seems to indicate the same: gadgetinfinity.com/… No guarantees though. Perhaps you can try contacting them directly through their website? –  Bart Jun 10 '11 at 12:06
    
@AJ Finch, added source. @BKevelham, thanks I think I will try - hoped that community answer comes faster :) –  Rafal Ziolkowski Jun 10 '11 at 12:14
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The PDF review mentioned on the same site (http://www.alphapics.co.nz/Pages/Pixel%20Knight%20TR-332.pdf) lists the 350 on the Compatible list. Sorry I can't answer your question more directly (I'd add this as a comment instead of an answer if I had enough reputation yet)

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