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the_moebius
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Looks like a nice unobtrusive solution (as much as you can get for a macro flash). However, since the tripod ring is being used, is there a way to hook this up to a mono/tripod if one wanted too? Would connecting the mono/tripod to the bottom of the camera instead of the tripod ring be awkward with so much weight in front? Or is this a handheld-only option?

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the_moebius wrote:
Looks like a nice unobtrusive solution (as much as you can get for a macro flash). However, since the tripod ring is being used, is there a way to hook this up to a mono/tripod if one wanted too? Would connecting the mono/tripod to the bottom of the camera instead of the tripod ring be awkward with so much weight in front? Or is this a handheld-only option?

Ken

With one hand holding the flash grip I should think a monopod would be quite stable. This bracket isnt the tightest fit and introduces some instability for tripod work.

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Bald ­ Eagle
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Thanks Racketman, you got me thinking about a bracket, and I found this, its called a M3RT flash bracket, it weighs 10oz. and fully flexible. here is a pic of how it looks on the camera

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Post #18, Mar 13, 2006 22:41:42 as a reply to racketman's post 3 days earlier.


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Here is a pic or two taken with thus set up, hand held at night, ISO of 800, Manual Focus by flashlight.

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Post #19, Mar 13, 2006 22:45:00 as a reply to Bald Eagle's post 3 minutes earlier.


Canon 5D:cool: :cool: :cool: .
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Bumped (so you all will add more pics! ) cleaned of OT stuff, (for easier reading)
and stuck!

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AirBrontosaurus
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Here's my rig:

IMAGE: http://static.flickr.com/85/207642811_06ddfff5e4_o.jpg

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LordV
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Just realised hadn't posted any pics in this thread:)
Brian V.

Rig with bean pole stabiliser

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Camera with MPE-65 at full extension showing flash at full extension

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20d with MP e65 on Manfrotto 679 with diffused 430ex (stofen & tissue).

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Hiya All,
Well its simple but effective I guess, this shot was taken with my only other camera which is my phone :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post #24, Aug 28, 2006 02:58:32 as a reply to post 1272433


Bandit 1 :razz:
Canon EOS 400D,
Sigma 105 Macro,
Sigma 70-300 F4-5.6 APO DG Macro,
Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4.5 DC MACRO
Sigma 500 DG Super,
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All shots one handed or "Stump-Bracket " held :lol:

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Mine is a little more old school. M42 Bellows adapted to 10D. ;)
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Post #25, Aug 31, 2006 12:17:49 as a reply to the_moebius's post 5 months earlier.


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:
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Here are some of the setups I use for macro

My newest rig, 5D & MP-E 65mm f/2.8 1-5x with 580ex flash with a Delta Flip Flash bracket

IMAGE: http://johnbdigital.com/temp/5d_mpe_65_delta-580.jpg

My simple rig, 5D & 100mm f/2.8 with flash
IMAGE: http://johnbdigital.com/temp/5d_100mm_flash.jpg

My push it rig, 5D, 2xTC, 68m tubes, & 100mm f/2.8 with flash
IMAGE: http://johnbdigital.com/temp/5d_2xtc_100mm_ext_flash.jpg


My M42 rig, 5D, M42 Bellows and M42 50mm lens with flash
IMAGE: http://johnbdigital.com/temp/5d_m42_bellows_50mm.jpg
upside down for photo, I only have two hands :D

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Mark0159
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AirBrontosaurus wrote:
Here's my rig:

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What's the name of the rig that you are using. I need something like that too and that looks cool

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nzl-g3user wrote:
What's the name of the rig that you are using. I need something like that too and that looks cool

I call it... El Diablo ;)

Actually, it's called the Delta Flip-flash bracketexternal link, and it is awesome for macro.

Post #28, Sep 06, 2006 13:27:58 as a reply to Mark0159's post 13 hours earlier.


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AirBrontosaurus wrote:
I call it... El Diablo ;)

Actually, it's called the Delta Flip-flash bracketexternal link, and it is awesome for macro.

you know that's dangerous, giving out a link like that that points to B&H, hmmm now I am thinking what else I can order :)

Post #29, Sep 06, 2006 16:11:08 as a reply to AirBrontosaurus's post 2 hours earlier.



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Two current favorite rigs. 20D with Canon 180 f3.5L and another 20D with Canon 70-200 f4L with reversed Nikkor 50 f1.4 attached by my home made adapter. Flashes: MT-24EX and 420 used both as primary or slave set up when required with MT-24.I have a number of diffusers all made out of different household stuff, and a macro softbox made out of a 1/2 gallon plastic Ice cream container. LOL LOL
MPE next on the list.... The reversed 50 has me craving:-).....Alex

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Post #30, Sep 06, 2006 23:59:41


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