Flash Work/EOS + SPEEDLITE
TOPRemote Release shooting The Remote Release shooting experience
Canon put a shutter release button on a Speedlite*!
Canon added a remote control shutter button*2 to certain Speedlites*1. Now you can flexibly light your subject and release the shutter from a single handheld flash unit. Anyone can easily take expressive photos with complex lighting that only professionals could achieve before.
*1 Speedlite 270EX II and Speedlite 320EX  *2 Official name: Remote Release button.
Remote Release button
Move the flash around! Fix EOS in place Flash on left Flash at rear
Flash on left, at rear Built-in flash
Experience it for yourself!
Virtual shooting experience
The step-by-step process
1
On the EOS Rebel T3i or EOS 600D
Choose “built-in flash function settings” from the camera menu and set up as shown left.
On the EOS 60D or EOS 7D
Go to “flash control” in the function menu, choose “built-in flash control” and set up as shown left.

(Pop up the built-in flash, too.)
2
Set the Speedlite power switch to SLAVE.
3
Point the Speedlite at your camera (with no obstacles between the Speedlite and camera) and press the “Remote Release button”.
4
Point the Speedlite at your subject from any desired angle within 2 seconds of pressing the button.
5
The flash fires and the camera shutter releases simultaneously — 2 seconds after pressing the “Remote Release button”.
Models that support Remote Release shooting
■Speedlite
Pocket-type external flash ready for instant use 270EXII Our most popular external flash; feature-rich and ample illumination  320EX
■Camera
Serious camera packed with cutting edge-features  EOS 7D Outstanding performance for both newbies and experts  EOS 60D
Super friendly EOS for anyone who wants great photos EOS REBEL T3i EOS600D