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Thread: Cheap slave flash for Digital Camera (esp F707)

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Cheap slave flash for Digital Camera (esp F707)

    Originally posted by kamwai


    what is the GN for F1000??
    30 feet, or just a bit more than 9m. No ISO stated.

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Cheap slave flash for Digital Camera (esp F707)

    Originally posted by Zoomer
    30 feet, or just a bit more than 9m. No ISO stated.
    cannot be 30 feet lah. It's way too low. A cheap slave flash I used to have is stronger than this.

    Range I think was abt 30 feet right? Assuming a F2.8 aperture would put the GN at 84 feet.
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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Cheap slave flash for Digital Camera (esp F707)

    Originally posted by mpenza


    cannot be 30 feet lah. It's way too low. A cheap slave flash I used to have is stronger than this.

    Range I think was abt 30 feet right? Assuming a F2.8 aperture would put the GN at 84 feet.
    Coverage range up to 10 meters (33 feet)
    http://www.sel.sony.com/SEL/consumer...vl-f1000.shtml

    Sigh. How i wish it wasn't true.

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    Default Re: Re: Cheap slave flash for Digital Camera (esp F707)

    Originally posted by willyfoo


    Difference not distinct leh...
    I don't mind going down to test it out... when??
    hows did the test results show? pls pm me...
    i am almost going to get f1000 already....

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    Default Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Cheap slave flash for Digital Camera (esp F707)

    Originally posted by Zoomer


    Coverage range up to 10 meters (33 feet)
    http://www.sel.sony.com/SEL/consumer...vl-f1000.shtml

    Sigh. How i wish it wasn't true.
    probably discussed elsewhere but Gain Number is not equal to coverage range. Gain number ~= Coverage range x Aperture used
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