I apologize that I'm posting so much. My camera broke and bought a new one and it came with my same lens, remote, teleconverter and a flash. The flash is a Quantaray QAF 6600 with Zoom Bounce. I've NEVER used a separate flash and I have very minimal camera skills. Per my other post, I mainly take close photos of food. However, the lighting in my house is TERRIBLE and I've even used a photo box/tent but still with issues. Using the 18-55mm lens I sometimes get way too bright with the flash. Will this be helpful? I'm assuming it would be as I can direct it other places than right on. Also, thinking this will help make up for the lack of light. Am I correct in these assumptions. On the back of it, it has ISO with the fstops below. Under that, it says 85 50 35. What is this? I'm going to download the manual for this and read up a bit but not going to waste my time if it's not going to help with my lighting, etc... Sorry again for all the questions. This forum has always been awesome!