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    Hi, i'm just wondering if the flashes (on and off) from the cameras will affect the cats especially if photographed at night when their iris' are wide open?

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    Yes, for obvious reasons. Bounce the flash at 90 degrees, or in a way such that you don't get too much light reflected off the rear of their eyes and into the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desmondwong
    Hi, i'm just wondering if the flashes (on and off) from the cameras will affect the cats especially if photographed at night when their iris' are wide open?

    Your cat might not like u after u're done with the shooting.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by desmondwong
    Hi, i'm just wondering if the flashes (on and off) from the cameras will affect the cats especially if photographed at night when their iris' are wide open?
    Yes. It will hurt the cat. A lot.

    Take YSLee's advice. Bounce the flash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desmondwong
    Hi, i'm just wondering if the flashes (on and off) from the cameras will affect the cats especially if photographed at night when their iris' are wide open?
    take the flash. point it in ur eyes. test fire. u'll get an idea.

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    Somehow, I have a feeling that this thread is a mirror iamge of this ...

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    thousand apologies for repeating the thread...

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    Was gonna ask if its a cat with or without hair - but then again, maybe i'm thinking of the wrong kind.... nevermind...

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