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Thread: typical shutter speed in studio

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    Default Re: typical shutter speed in studio

    Quote Originally Posted by mattlock View Post
    forget about floodlights
    you need about 650w - 1000w with a fresnel to get a decent exposure...this is before you filter the light to get it balanced for daylight

    get strobe lights instead (you can try first with a jinbei)
    strobe lights are not dependent on the shutter speed because they fire off a lot of light in a fraction of a second (faster than the sync speeds on most cameras)
    may i know roughly how much is jinbei?

    after doing more research i found out it's better to use multiple flash. can someone recommend the cheapest way to do it? and how to trigger it. i currently have one 430ex. so i need another two right?

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    Default Re: typical shutter speed in studio

    Quote Originally Posted by fz30_user View Post
    may i know roughly how much is jinbei?

    after doing more research i found out it's better to use multiple flash. can someone recommend the cheapest way to do it? and how to trigger it. i currently have one 430ex. so i need another two right?
    some links u might be interested in..

    http://forums.clubsnap.com/showthread.php?t=200939
    http://sgstealth.natriumtech.com/studioequip/
    http://store.tagotech.com/index.php

    Optical slave trigger: -for multi flash lights (manual mode oni)
    http://store.tagotech.com/index.php?cPath=21_34

    The more the merrier!!
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