#####diffuser For Built-in Flash#####


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9uowei

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Right. Has anyone tried and found it useful? For short-distance indoor flash photography that is.
 

yyD70S

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9uowei said:
Right. Has anyone tried and found it useful? For short-distance indoor flash photography that is.
It depends on the nature of your photography but it should suffice for short-distance work. Although the lighting is diffused somewhat, do note that it is still a form of direct lighting. Also note that this is going to be a drain to your battery too.
 

metallilan

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i know tis may look hilarious but im gonna post it anyway...



this is what happens when you have no money and you gotta improvise :D
 

Snoweagle

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metallilan said:
i know tis may look hilarious but im gonna post it anyway...



this is what happens when you have no money and you gotta improvise :D
Wow looks so much like a lightsphere.
 

metallilan

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Snoweagle said:
Wow looks so much like a lightsphere.
heh. looks like one..but im surprised that its does it job when i tested it..not sure about the results when i bring it out to the field.

here's a close up( pardon the pictures its taken with my old pNs cam ):

 

Snoweagle

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metallilan said:
heh. looks like one..but im surprised that its does it job when i tested it..not sure about the results when i bring it out to the field.

here's a close up( pardon the pictures its taken with my old pNs cam ):

But nevertheless, it's a gd work there!

Not sure if i should get a lightsphere over my omnibounce though...
 

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