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jfitzg14 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2012
Tue 23-Apr-13 09:40 PM

In my never ending quest to get some good shots of the Warblers, here in Florida. I have been trying to use my flash. In a nutshell, most of these guys are in trees or bushes with little light or very uneven light. I have been trying to use my flash with my D800 and the newer 80-400mm or my 300f2.8 and a 1.7 teleconverter. My question is simply this. Does anyone have any advice or tips for this situation and equipment. I see a lot of people using the flash with a beamer. I too have the beamer. I guess I just need some practice and a little guidance. Any help? Thanks.

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