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Jinbei HD-II 600 HSS flash/strobe how to trigger HSS

 
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Jul 23, 2015 13:15 |  #1

Hey guys!

I am just wondering whether anybody is using Jinbei HSS flashes? I am wondering what trigger you use for hss? Do you also use the same trigger to increase/decrease flash output level?

I have seen variations where photographers use Younguo Yn-622 triggers to trigger HSS mode and use the native included Jinbei trigger to modify flash output. It means that I need to trigger in my hand/on my camera...

Any experience?


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Jul 23, 2015 13:30 |  #2

oharing wrote in post #17641803 (external link)
Hey guys!

I am just wondering whether anybody is using Jinbei HSS flashes? I am wondering what trigger you use for hss? Do you also use the same trigger to increase/decrease flash output level?

I have seen variations where photographers use Younguo Yn-622 triggers to trigger HSS mode and use the native included Jinbei trigger to modify flash output. It means that I need to trigger in my hand/on my camera...

Any experience?


Jinbei is the same as theAdorama Roveligh (external link)t here. There is a separate thread on this strobe! Depends on the camera that you shoot with. Youngnou is a favorite among photographers. I shoot Sony so the Odin TX/RX work fine also. There are simply too many triggers to list that will probably work if they are HSS capable. At the moment the only trigger that will increase/decrease the power of light is the included remote. Just keep the included trigger in your pocket to adjust power.


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Robsphoto wrote in post #17641816 (external link)
Jinbei is the same as theAdorama Roveligh (external link)t here. There is a separate thread on this strobe! Depends on the camera that you shoot with. Youngnou is a favorite among photographers. I shoot Sony so the Odin TX/RX work fine also. There are simply too many triggers to list that will probably work if they are HSS capable. At the moment the only trigger that will increase/decrease the power of light is the included remote. Just keep the included trigger in your pocket to adjust power.

This is what I was looking for!!!! Thanks so much! Do you have the adorama version? How do you like it? What kind of photography do you do?


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This is what I was looking for!!!! Thanks so much! Do you have the adorama version? How do you like it? What kind of photography do you do?


Yes I have the Adorama version and it is a beast of an light. The battery seems to last a long while..


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