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    The studio use what kind of trigger ah .... just asking ... cannot make it , bz
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubagolfer View Post
    The studio use what kind of trigger ah .... just asking ... cannot make it , bz
    cheap studio use cheap trigger

    this one uses Jinbei triggers, clipped onto the hotshoe.
    The range is very short, so have not had any issues with the Jinbei triggers so far.
    Exploring! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    cheap studio use cheap trigger

    this one uses Jinbei triggers, clipped onto the hotshoe.
    The range is very short, so have not had any issues with the Jinbei triggers so far.
    Bro ZCA, what type/kind of triggers are available?... (not for this studio.. but in general)

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubagolfer View Post
    The studio use what kind of trigger ah .... just asking ... cannot make it , bz
    SG - if you are interested.. peterpan organising the CHinatown outing but on Wed afternoon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemC View Post
    Bro ZCA, what type/kind of triggers are available?... (not for this studio.. but in general)
    I'm not too familiar with the kinds of triggers available on the market.
    Are you asking about brands?

    I think cheaper ones are jinbei, yongnuo, etc.
    and the more $$ ones are pocketwizards, etc.
    The more expensive ones are supposedly more reliable, and maybe have more frequencies you can choose in order to avoid 'conflict'.
    Faster sync-speed also a factor.
    Exploring! :)

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    Clem, maybe can check out this thread under 'lighting for video/photo'
    [http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=803894]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemC View Post
    Bro ZCA, what type/kind of triggers are available?... (not for this studio.. but in general)
    theres a lot bro of triggers, flash and camera, flash only...

    well the most important thing when choosing triggers is to make sure the sync speed is what u looking for, most $100 below trigger max sync speed is 1/250 and some 1/320...

    if u looking something faster than PW is the way to go, since they already released the NIkon version, and there also the Pixel that can sync up 1/8000, cheaper way cheaper than PW, how reliable, well im not sure...

    on another some triggers allow u for TTL... so take ya pick...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    I'm not too familiar with the kinds of triggers available on the market.
    Are you asking about brands?

    I think cheaper ones are jinbei, yongnuo, etc.
    and the more $$ ones are pocketwizards, etc.
    The more expensive ones are supposedly more reliable, and maybe have more frequencies you can choose in order to avoid 'conflict'.
    Faster sync-speed also a factor.
    Quote Originally Posted by akerue View Post
    theres a lot bro of triggers, flash and camera, flash only...

    well the most important thing when choosing triggers is to make sure the sync speed is what u looking for, most $100 below trigger max sync speed is 1/250 and some 1/320...

    if u looking something faster than PW is the way to go, since they already released the NIkon version, and there also the Pixel that can sync up 1/8000, cheaper way cheaper than PW, how reliable, well im not sure...

    on another some triggers allow u for TTL... so take ya pick...

    my noobish 2cents worth of crap written....
    Sorry, was away

    bros ZCA & Akerue
    Thanks for all the info and updates !!! thumbsUp

    I only remember using wired version and some simple infra-red triggers.. but at most 1/250 or even lower.. NOW has 1/8000!!!!.. amazing.. TTL as well!!

    you LOT can do the JUMPING SHOTS in the previous shot.. that 1/250 should be enough!!... correct

    Akerue - PW!!... I know you eyeing or is that the tool you are bring to test this Sat

    my 1/2 cents crap...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yilin View Post
    Sharing a shot .. of a posing dog model for my sunrise shot
    Some how i tends to attract dogs


    Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemC

    Sorry, was away

    bros ZCA & Akerue
    Thanks for all the info and updates !!! thumbsUp

    I only remember using wired version and some simple infra-red triggers.. but at most 1/250 or even lower.. NOW has 1/8000!!!!.. amazing.. TTL as well!!

    you LOT can do the JUMPING SHOTS in the previous shot.. that 1/250 should be enough!!... correct

    Akerue - PW!!... I know you eyeing or is that the tool you are bring to test this Sat

    my 1/2 cents crap...
    I also didn't know got 1/8000 sync speed. Wow.
    I remember using about 1/125 mainly, since just portraits. The jinbei triggers could maintain the strobing as well. Quite impressed. Hehehe.
    Exploring! :)

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    Guys i will be working on sat and sun, so will not be able to attend the shoot yet again. So sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    I also didn't know got 1/8000 sync speed. Wow.
    I remember using about 1/125 mainly, since just portraits. The jinbei triggers could maintain the strobing as well. Quite impressed. Hehehe.
    Another one is called radio poppers.

    wireless TTL... but super ex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemC View Post

    Akerue - PW!!... I know you eyeing or is that the tool you are bring to test this Sat
    not even eying it at the moment, till i get a new toy to play with....

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Another one is called radio poppers.

    wireless TTL... but super ex.
    wah, bro dd ar...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn
    Guys i will be working on sat and sun, so will not be able to attend the shoot yet again. So sorry!
    So sad...
    Exploring! :)

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    I have basically zero knowledge on trigger/ flash , how to syn etc
    I only use flash on my bugs shot

    I go there to see see look to pick up knowledge nia .... ok ?

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    Thanks bro ! Dog very cooperative not to move for 10s .
    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
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    Life is boring w/o taking photo. Right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey 0ng View Post
    Life is boring w/o taking photo. Right?
    Tell me about it man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey 0ng View Post
    Life is boring w/o taking photo. Right?
    says who, life is more bored, u make it revolves arnd CS only, claim to leave arrogantly only to come back under a new moniker.. thats worse... hahahaha..

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    Tell me about it man
    come come pass me ya gears and filters, i put it to good super use... wakakakkakak
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