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linuxizer Basic Member
Wed 29-Aug-01 11:22 PM

Has anyone ever used the AC slaves (e.g. http://www03.bhphotovideo.com/default.sph/FrameWork.class?FNC=ProductActivator__Aproductlist_html___112595___GBS___REG___CatID=1239___SID=E8D8A8ABEF0___call=features#goto_features )? How does exposure work with these? I take it it's not matrix-balanced . They seem like useful gadgets, and B&H's $25 SP-72 seems kinda cool for the price. I assume that it screws into a light-bulb socket. These might be good for a studio on the cheap. Just get a bunch of clamp on and long-necked lamps and screw some AC slaves into them.