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Sep 28, 2011 15:10 |  #16

Yes, the 60D does have the wireless and the 430exii can slave to it. it's optically triggered though, not sure about the 5xxEX speedlight models.

I almost sprung for a 5d classic today, but relented after remembering I have a tax bill upcoming... damn taxes...

Any good places to get liability insurance?


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Sep 30, 2011 21:58 |  #17

well, got an email from the today. They're going with friends friend to shoot their wedding which probably means they're probably getting someone with an on camera flash and/or unedited pics. Eh, whatever, not losing sleep over it. I told her thanks for the consideration and congratulations. I'll leave it at that. Loos like I need to get some 2nd shooter experience under my belt now


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Sep 30, 2011 22:16 |  #18

cabinajm wrote in post #13173405 (external link)
I have a smugmug pro account so I have the ability to allow them to purchase through my site. so you think giving them just the DVD would suffice and allow them to have the lower-mid quality jpegs? I know I have a lot of reading up to do about wedding photography still. Thanks for the info all!

How can you charge someone hundreds of dollars and give them low-mid quality jpegs? Give them a DVD with the highest possible quality full resolution images, and a second full set sharpened to Facebook size.


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