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To use, all you need to do is re­move it from the case and plug it to the ZenFone 2. The Mi­cro-USB cable is coiled around it, so it’s short enough to not get in the way. You can either hold the mod­ule by hand, or stick the hook end of the Vel­cro strip onto the back cover of the ZenFone 2 and leave it there. Upon plug­ging it in, you will be prompted to down­load the ded­i­cated cam­era app for it. From that point on, ev­ery time you plug in the ZenFlash to the ZenFone 2, the app will launch au­to­mat­i­cally.

In use, you don’t get as many set­tings to play with com­pared to the de­fault cam­era. You’ll have to ad­just the power of the flash man­u­ally by the dis­tance be­tween the ZenFone 2 and the sub­ject of your photo.

The set­tings avail­able to you are if you want the ZenFlash to fire when you snap, and the dis­tance be­tween you and the sub­ject of your shot, which will af­fect the power of the flash.

This is how a shot in low light looks like with the de­fault flash on the ZenFone 2…

… and this is with ZenFlash fir­ing.

As the ZenFlash doesn’t have an in­ter­nal bat­tery, this is where it gets power from.

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