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    I sense 1 of the master ish ghosting to BBB today!
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    I did not buy any flash trigger today..
    I only brought a "blow" diffuser.

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    at the shop. I understand a little bit more about flash trigger and hence is looking around. It seems like the frequency and power rating of the flash trigger plays a very important part in the performance of a flash trigger.

    2.4GHz is the best frequency option. The respond of the trigger is the fastest ( because it is operating in the radio frequency range ). There will not be any time lag in the trigger.

    If you are not using 2.4GHz, then the respond of the flash trigger will slow down as your firing distance is getting further and further away from the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    at the shop. I understand a little bit more about flash trigger and hence is looking around. It seems like the frequency and power rating of the flash trigger plays a very important part in the performance of a flash trigger.

    2.4GHz is the best frequency option. The respond of the trigger is the fastest ( because it is operating in the radio frequency range ). There will not be any time lag in the trigger.

    If you are not using 2.4GHz, then the respond of the flash trigger will slow down as your firing distance is getting further and further away from the camera.
    when I grow up I want to be like master kang, can use 2.4ghz flash trigger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    at the shop. I understand a little bit more about flash trigger and hence is looking around. It seems like the frequency and power rating of the flash trigger plays a very important part in the performance of a flash trigger.

    2.4GHz is the best frequency option. The respond of the trigger is the fastest ( because it is operating in the radio frequency range ). There will not be any time lag in the trigger.

    If you are not using 2.4GHz, then the respond of the flash trigger will slow down as your firing distance is getting further and further away from the camera.
    Lol i tot chiu going to buy the twigger
    To me as long as it can trigger can riao

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    hi Redsun,

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=754776

    This outing respond is very good .. wonderful.

    I might be reaching there earlier. I find 9am a little too late for flower shots, the sunlight will be too harsh already. I might reach and start shoot at 8am that day, and then link up with the group later.

    cheers,
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    lol ya should be earlier but but i lazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy81 View Post
    Lol i tot chiu going to buy the twigger
    To me as long as it can trigger can riao
    Yeshz, ib honli chiu ish de stay bithin 1/200 shuttle speed. Above datz,de high frequency twigger mei be nided. .. )
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    intro please...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    at the shop. I understand a little bit more about flash trigger and hence is looking around. It seems like the frequency and power rating of the flash trigger plays a very important part in the performance of a flash trigger.

    2.4GHz is the best frequency option. The respond of the trigger is the fastest ( because it is operating in the radio frequency range ). There will not be any time lag in the trigger.

    If you are not using 2.4GHz, then the respond of the flash trigger will slow down as your firing distance is getting further and further away from the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juste_millieu View Post
    Buttie chiu got try the atlas can sync at speeds faster den 1/250s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakashimamika View Post
    allo i ish naka, i use nikon
    nice to meet chiu naka
    we rast time gotch a fwen everytime like to fly aeroplane
    i tink he ish flyng around now

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakashimamika View Post
    allo i ish naka, i use nikon
    allo naka... moi ish kt, nice to meet chiu. although moi neber meet chiu bepor, moi belip moi may neber meet chiu soon....

    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    nice to meet chiu naka
    we rast time gotch a fwen everytime like to fly aeroplane
    i tink he ish flyng around now
    erm... he got land be4 meh

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    .. hope bbbutties don't mind, but being a technical person, I have taken a look at my remote flash kit and realized that they are;

    Frequency - FM 433 MHz
    Sync Speed - 1/500 sec a range of 30 meters.

    From that itself, I don't see how it will hinder normal usage. Even with the flash mounted on the hotshoe (direct transmission), we can't shoot above 1/250 as I remember experiencing a dark band at the bottom of the image trying at 1/320 shuttle speed. Hence I conclude the limitation lies more with shuttle operation (lag) and not the transmission speed.

    During the tEachEr shoot, I did a couple of test shots when switching over to the Beast™ to determine both exposure and possible sync speed. I just converted the RAW and resize it as below;



    Can't read the full EXIF but remembered shooting between f/8 ~ f/16, however the shuttle speed still register. The upper one is 1/200 while the bottom one is 1/400. The dark area at the bottom isn't much heavier than previous experience with 1/320, hence I am confident that even operating at 433 MHz, it will be really good enough.

    In accordance IEEE, higher Hz mainly equates to bigger payload and longer range rather than speed. In a simple device such as the remote trigger (singular function encompassing dry contact mainly), I don't really think the higher Hz counts, even if TTL function is build in. Most broadcast are utilising VHF and UHF anyway, i.e. < 900 Mhz.

    2.4 GHz as I read were the standard set by IEEE code 802 for data transmission in the medium to long range, hence most of our devices/broadband/computer related stuff are operating on a section of this code namely 802.11b and 802.11g. It is about 2 stops above the VHF I think classified as the "S" band if I'm not mistaken.

    Infact, research has found that 2.4 GHz transmission are most prone to electromagnetic inteferences after it was implemented and gained widespread usage. Our data phones are using this frequency btw. see link below

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electro...nce_at_2.4_GHz

    Hi-spec may not always works better depends on the scale of applications. Hence fibre-optics didn't quite took off for domestic purposes. Despite it higher speed compare to electrical signal, the gain in low range usage doesn't justify due to data modulation and de-modulation are done in electrical speed. Over long range, they have advantage as electrical signal deminishes over distances and required more intermediate boosting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    nice to meet chiu naka
    we rast time gotch a fwen everytime like to fly aeroplane
    i tink he ish flyng around now
    .... LOL....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    allo naka... moi ish kt, nice to meet chiu. although moi neber meet chiu bepor, moi belip moi may neber meet chiu soon....

    erm... he got land be4 meh
    ......transit flight meibee......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redsun View Post
    nice to meet chiu naka
    we rast time gotch a fwen everytime like to fly aeroplane
    i tink he ish flyng around now
    isit, i heard flom flen tang shooter gotch huan nikon user name same as me damn hamsum huan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    allo naka... moi ish kt, nice to meet chiu. although moi neber meet chiu bepor, moi belip moi may neber meet chiu soon....



    erm... he got land be4 meh
    allo at least i ish neber bollow frash and neber leeturn! FWAH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nakashimamika View Post
    isit, i heard flom flen tang shooter gotch huan nikon user name same as me damn hamsum huan!
    yes and he got a twin abit buibui 1

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