Flash Full Blasts Interval at Below 3 seconds!! This Gadget Made It Happen!


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thomaschen

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#Enables 6 extra AA batteries to act as external power boost for hotshoe flash*
#Auto-power-cut design to ensure your batteries does not overheat
#Shortens the recharge time between bursts
#Red LED indicater will light up when it's charging the flash
#Charges at below 3 seconds at full blast, comared to 5 ~ 8 seconds without the use of flash pack adaptor


wow! anyone interested to get? I think ill be getting one, but want to get some user review here before making my order.. :)
 

thomaschen

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hoping to get some feedback before this friday as if it's good, I will need to get it before my shoot over the weekend.. ;)
 

soeypixels

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tats a battery pack
is not a new product

but is cheap at $90
 

Headshotzx

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It's basically like the Canon's CP-E4, cept it only allows 6 batteries in the pack (the CP-E4 allows 8, plus weather sealing), connected to your flash, so there's more power. I don't recommend firing full 1/1 power shots in burst, though. Really will spoil your flash head.
 

thomaschen

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It's basically like the Canon's CP-E4, cept it only allows 6 batteries in the pack (the CP-E4 allows 8, plus weather sealing), connected to your flash, so there's more power. I don't recommend firing full 1/1 power shots in burst, though. Really will spoil your flash head.
hahah not that i want to do full blast all the while. just hope to get something like so that i wont need to change battery so frequently.. and the shortening recycle time feature will be plus point on top of that..
 

thomaschen

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weather seal.. mm.. guess i do not need it as im shooting event and ill just screw it at the bottom of the camera..
 

thomaschen

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looks like the continuous blasting is the main concert.. as it might spoilt the light in the flashgun right? other than that?
 

Headshotzx

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I believe shooting with a burst of 20 shots, all with flash, and not letting the flash rest for 15min, will spoil the flash.
 

Dream Merchant

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Depends on what flash you have. ;) :bsmilie:
 

Daedalus Trent

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yea, dangerous to give your flash too much power... you'll likely to over-use it :sweat:

I'll stick to just 5 batts for my SB-800 :sweat:
 

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Look more like the CP-E2. Heed the warning guys, firing sequential flash at full power will KO yr flash. I burnt one even without using a batt pack 2 years ago.
 

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