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Ease-of-use question: Milagrid (or similar) vs DIY

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shutterfiend
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Being a man of convenience. I was wondering if it'll be any easier to use the $40 product.

http://www.bhphotovide​o.com ...id_II_Flash_Diffuse​r.htmlexternal link

vs

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=RNCmuExlHvM&e​urlexternal link=

PS: I currently use stofen omnibounce which leaves shadows pointed forward and drains batteries fast pointed at the ceiling.

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Has anyone here used the Milagrid product?

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