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A Dear Mike Averill: Yes, this item can suitable for Canon 80D.
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By john m. brandauer
December 10, 2016
December 5, 2016
It's a great addition to the lighting gear. It does a fantastic job of macro lighting and I'm very happy with the purchase. Since I'm currently shooting with a reversed lens I made a custom mount. I took the lens cap and cut a hole the size of the diopter. I epoxied the flash mount to the cap and now I can mount the flash on a reversed lens. I was simply holding the flash on the lens at first and that worked fine too.
By samuel zabriskie
December 1, 2016
I bought this for my Sony a6000, not knowing if it will work correctly. I am so happy that the flash works now. Even the E-TTL works on my Sony a6000. But I had to get it to work with my Sony a6000 due to reasons that were not a fault of this Flash. Because this flash worked fine on my friend's Sony NEX6 out of the box. I got it to work with Sony a6000. However, please note that you may need to buy a hotshoe converter. Let me explain this. This flash has a Canon hotshoe which is compatible with the Sony NEX/a6000 camera hotshoe but on the a6000 it may need some extra work to get it to work. There are two types of a6000 - Black and Silver. I have the black one and the hotshoe is painted black. The flash didn't work on my a6000 at first and a lot of people online suggested scraping off the black paint on the hotshoe. So I did that and then the flash *kinda* worked only if I pushed it against the camera body (I guess because it was loosely fit as there was some wiggle). On my friend's Sony NEX6 which has the same hotshoe (but not painted black), the flash worked with 100% success. So then, I bought this canon to sony hotshoe converter that makes this flash work perfectly with my a6000 with no need to push it against the camera body and also you won't need to remove any black paint from the hotshoe if you use this converter. No complaints since then. All the functions on this flash work on my Sony a6000. I have added some photos. Please note that I have also added an extension bar to my camera so that I remove the weight of the flash's control box from the camera's hotshoe. The control unit (the one with the LCD and buttons) gets very heavy when you add 4 AA batteries in it. If you attach it to a mirroeless camera, it takes the weight with no worries but I just don't want to wear off the hotshoe on my camera very quickly due to this added weight so I added an extension bar which holds the weight of the control unit of the flash. Please see the pictures. Thanks a lot Hopefully this will save
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