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  1. Canon Speedlite Transmitter
    £159.98 £133.32
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  2. Canon Speedlite EL-5
    £499.00 £415.83
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  5. Canon SPEEDLITE EL-1
    £1,299.60 £1,083.00
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  6. Canon Speedlite MR-14EX II Macro Ring Lite Flash
    £588.00 £490.00
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  8. Canon Flash Speedlite EL-100
    £199.99 £166.66
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  9. Sony FA-RG1 Rain Guard for Flash
    £27.00 £22.50
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  10. Sony FA-EBA1 External Battery Adaptor for Flash
    £269.00 £224.17
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  11. Canon Speedlite 470EX-AI Flashgun
    £399.00 £332.50
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Flash is a versatile and essential tool for photographers of all levels. Whether you're a professional photographer, a hobbyist, or just starting out, adding a flash to your photography toolkit can significantly enhance your images.

A flash, also known as a strobe, is a device that emits a burst of bright light to illuminate a scene. It can be mounted on your camera's hot shoe or used off-camera for more creative lighting setups. Flash is particularly useful for shooting in low light conditions, freezing motion, and creating dramatic lighting effects.

There are many different types of flashes available, including on-camera flashes, external flashes, and studio flashes. On-camera flashes are designed to mount directly on your camera's hot shoe and are typically small and portable. External flashes, also known as speedlights, can be used on-camera or off-camera and offer more power and versatility than on-camera flashes. Studio flashes are larger and more powerful, and are designed for use in a studio setting.

When shopping for a flash, it's important to consider factors such as flash power, recycling time, and compatibility with your camera. Look for a flash with a high guide number and a fast recycling time to ensure you can capture the shots you want without missing a beat.

Whether you're looking for an entry-level on-camera flash or a professional-grade studio flash, we have the perfect solution to meet your needs and budget. Shop our selection today and take your photography to the next level!