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Lightweight lighting solutions

Magnum164

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Magnum164 Silver Member Nikonian since 01st Jun 2011
Mon 12-Nov-12 12:10 AM

Yes I have two flashes SB-910 and a Sigma 610DG which I don't like that much since I can't adjust the power much but can still be used. I will probably by another speedlight but probably not a SB-910, since I am not using TTL I just need something that can direct a burst of light at my subject There are good cheap flashes out there that even when adding the cost of a PW III is still cheaper than a SB-910.

I have a D7000 for a backup, very good camera for the money even though it is DX while the D800 is FX. I generally keep my 70-200 on the D7000 since it is not as picky as the D800, and use the D7000 as my backup/2nd camera.

This has actually been good as I am finding using speedlights may be something I would prefer/use more than the larger lights.

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A general, generic topic Lightweight lighting solutions [View all] , Magnum164 Silver Member, Sat 10-Nov-12 07:34 PM
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