I hope you're kidding... Studio strobes are worse than your TTL-enabled flashheads when it comes to hurting eyes with strong light.crazypaladin said:Upz. Interested to know too... been into taking photos of my nephew these days and those flash on my camera is killing his eyes... A studio setup could be the solution.
correct me if i am wrong....but with a softbox or umberlla, shouldn't be that bad right? :think:CaeSiuM said:I hope you're kidding... Studio strobes are worse than your TTL-enabled flashheads when it comes to hurting eyes with strong light.
I think it starts on wed.Robin said:I will go.....the sale starts this coming Tuesday rite......?
You know where is the address of this sale....?
Are you going there too....?AReality said:I think it starts on wed.
It should be beside IMM, & near Creative warehouse, from my memory...
The pic is incomplete on the website.....just 1/4 showing....lytefunk said:from this page
It shows that its
3 x 120W/S lights... rated at GN32
180mm stands (er... 18cm??)
1 40" white/black umbrella
snoot (whats a snoot?)
soft carry bag..
any idea at say 2-3m, what kind of aperture will 3 lights get u? (say a mainlight/fill light/back light kind of setup)