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Camera Flash Buying Guide
PhotographyA flash is a device that provide either an additional artificial source of light or as a primary source of light when taking pictures. Typically  they provide a range of 1/1000 to 1/200 of a second color temperature of about 5500 K. Their uses vary from a primary source of light in a dark scene, catching quick movements, changing the quality of light and filling in dark areas (such as shadows). scene. Three principle types of flashes consist of built in the camera and external flashes that are either attached to the camera or are part of a photo studio system.
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