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This is a known issue with the EF 50mm f/1.4. The most common cause of the problem is that the guide slots at the end of the focus collar inside the lens have become bent. The most likely cause for the bent collar is an impact to the lens, such as being dropped, when the focus is set to a short distance. Always storing your EF 50mm f/1.4 with the focus set ...


Reference page 314 of your manual for how to use Auto Focus Micro Adjust (AFMA). Each camera and lens is built to be within certain tolerances. If the camera and lens are on the edge of acceptable tolerances then the combination of them can lead to inferior results. You can get a ruler, place it at a 45 degree angle from the focal plane (sensor) and set ...


As from discussion with Per Olso Norway this can happen because of few reasons Setting in the export in LR (see image below) Software, used to upload image strip EXIF information. Original Flickr Uploadr do not do it Some other software in the workflow (xnview for example: Tools->Metadata->Clear)


If you only have a single RF-603II, you cannot do this with those flashes. You will need at least two RF-603II triggers, and preferably three. The 430EX does not have any "dumb" optical slave modes, and the Canon "wireless" (near-infrared, wireless eTTL) does not work with Yongnuo's S1 and S2 optical slave modes (for that you need Yongnuo's Sc slave mode, ...


You will need your flashes set to slave mode (as was mentiond) and make sure you have your 603's all set to the same channel.


I use the same flash triggers with 3 yn-560II's. I have all of them set to manual with a trigger on the camera hotshoe and one on a flash. I then set the other 2 flashes only slave mode and this enables me to fire all 3 at the same time. Hope this helps you out. All the best, Leon

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