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Jpg image cannot be opened

Looking at your sample with a hex browser, the beginning of the file contains 192K or random data. In particular I cannot find what looks like a proper Jpeg file header. The beginning of your file: ...
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Jpg image cannot be opened

I can't say what's exactly the problem until you specify whether images are displayed correctly on the camera but the file you supplied is completely broken because it's mostly contains zero bytes.
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How do I use my Canon speedlight in the Godox radio flash system?

The 580EX is going to be problematic if you want more than simple manual triggering. Godox's add-on radio receiver, the X1R-C only really works with full compatibility with the 580EX II and later ...
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How do I use my Canon speedlight in the Godox radio flash system?

If you want to control the 580EX via radio, you need to connect a compatible radio receiver to the hot foot of the flash. The only wireless capability the 580EX has on its own is optical wireless ...
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Can you adjust flash settings on the camera with a manual flash?

I am complementing Inkista's answer. Who controls the rear sync curtain is the camera, not the flash. The flash is triggered at that point with the signal sent from the camera. For a lot of functions, ...
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Can you adjust flash settings on the camera with a manual flash?

You're correct: it's not possible. If you flip the YN-560 IV over, and look at its foot, you'll see this: It only has one signal pin on it, and a locking pin. So it can only receive one signal from ...
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Shooting on B&W infrared film with Canon L glasses

Lenses may have different focus markings for infrared light because, basically, different wavelengths of light are (usually) brought into focus by a photographic lens at different points. This is also ...
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Mounting Canon focus by wire lens (EF 50mm f1.8 STM) to EOS 300

I ended up buying that lense, and it works flawlessly on the EOS 300 :)
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Dirt is on the sensor or in the lens

i think it's on the sensor. but first a few points of clarification: to check for dirt on sensor or lens the aperture of the lens is closed down all the way to f22. with aperture wide open the dirt ...
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Dirt is on the sensor or in the lens

You claim that dirt appearance changes when focusing manually (not changing focal length) but first and foremost it's impossible to get image with dirt that sharp if the dirt is in the lens. Lens ...
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Dirt is on the sensor or in the lens

Given that focus effects the visibility of the debris, the debris is probably not on the sensor. It's possible it's in the lens but you should check for it to be on the lens, probably at the back. ...
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