I don't have it either but there're people, e.g. wildlife photographers, who find it useful. They might not be able to get close to the subjects of interest.Originally posted by reignman77
"flash extender", How often do u use?? is there a need to get it??
for my photography... NOPE... waste of money... too far, don't shoot... if not wait.... be patient...
erm.... slightly wrong here. shutter speed doesn't affect the flash output for both manual and auto flash mode. for TTL, it could (there're too many varieties of TTL modes, e.g. balanced fill-flash, 3D matrix, etc now for discussion here).Originally posted by reignman77
when u use manual setting on the flash, 1/10s will increase in the background light and WILL not affect the POWER of flash.... if using TTL and Auto, it may be... for HIGHER end flashes, do the setting avaliable... for lower end, use the flash compensation to control... if not why is there a flash compensation??
ISO do play a part in exposure. You said that you don't need a monopod when you use high ISO, which does not sound (amended) right when shutter speed is slow. Understand the context in which the comment was given.Originally posted by reignman77
ISO do play apart... IF U REMEMBER the basic...