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    Default Repeating Flash

    Im new to flash, can someone share how does repeating flash works?
    How to set and what to expect when using it, best is with some photo.
    I just brought SB900.
    Thanks
    Nikon D600 N35f2, N50f1.4, N24-120f4, Tokina 20-35f2.8, SB900,

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    Default Re: Repeating Flash

    Quote Originally Posted by STTNP View Post
    Im new to flash, can someone share how does repeating flash works?
    How to set and what to expect when using it, best is with some photo.
    I just brought SB900.
    Thanks
    since u just bought the flash, i suppose it comes with a user manual?
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    since u just bought the flash, i suppose it comes with a user manual?
    I dont understand after reading the repeating flash part.
    need enlighten
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    Default Re: Repeating Flash

    sorry, i tried putting in words, but english not good, cant describe clearly.

    unless u want to meet up, than i can explain to u by demo.
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    Default Re: Repeating Flash

    Quote Originally Posted by STTNP View Post
    Im new to flash, can someone share how does repeating flash works?
    How to set and what to expect when using it, best is with some photo.
    I just brought SB900.
    Thanks
    Have you seen pictures of a bouncing ball, all over a whole picture, correctly exposed.

    This strobe effect will flash repeatedly at a frequency you set as well as the flash power, thus you have a disco light effect where you see the images frozen at each flash.
    Michael Lim
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    "Denniskee
    sorry, i tried putting in words, but english not good, cant describe clearly.
    unless u want to meet up, than i can explain to u by demo."

    I would love to do so, maybe meet up few guy/gals for coffee and learn from each other.


    Zac08
    You mean 1 shot like 5sec and the flash fire off few times?
    Nikon D600 N35f2, N50f1.4, N24-120f4, Tokina 20-35f2.8, SB900,

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    Default Re: Repeating Flash

    Quote Originally Posted by STTNP View Post
    "Denniskee
    sorry, i tried putting in words, but english not good, cant describe clearly.
    unless u want to meet up, than i can explain to u by demo."

    I would love to do so, maybe meet up few guy/gals for coffee and learn from each other.


    Zac08
    You mean 1 shot like 5sec and the flash fire off few times?
    Yes... but no need so long actually... a ball bouncing can be shot in about 2 secs and while repeating rapidly, you may get quite a series of images of the ball as it moves thru the bounce sequence....

    example here :



    found online.
    Michael Lim
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    Thanks for the sharing. I'm sure need to alot of practice and the flash setting is important.
    Try before but fail.kekeke
    Nikon D600 N35f2, N50f1.4, N24-120f4, Tokina 20-35f2.8, SB900,

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