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Jul 17, 2015 03:34 |  #107

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Jul 17, 2015 03:38 |  #108

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Jul 17, 2015 11:15 |  #109


Slammin'!!! I'm sure the peeps on the street enjoyed it too! ;)


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Jul 17, 2015 14:49 as a reply to  @ JoeyBaccala's post |  #110

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Jul 18, 2015 00:53 |  #111

Thanks everyone!!!!!!!


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Jul 21, 2015 23:45 |  #113

Just tested the HSS using Pixel King triggers for Sony on Sony A7 with Godox AD360 and Rime Lite softbox.
So far the King is quite reliable, no missing shots, except couple of shots in the end of the photoshoot. I guess it's due to HSS overheating protection on AD360.
I use Canon 200/2 where there is no practical way to attach variable ND filter on its 12 cm front ring .. yet :) So the HSS is really a big advantage here.

One of the thing I missed was that I forget to check where the center of the light falls to the subject (also inverse square law :) ) as you can see in this photo where her legs and arm got more exposure than her face.

And I forgot to bring sand bag ... the light fell twice blowed by the wind. Luckily it always falling forward, so that the softbox hit the ground first and not the strobe :)

Can't wait to do the next outdoor hss photoshoot ....


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Jul 24, 2015 20:56 as a reply to  @ nixland's post |  #114

Nice photo.
Doesn't the 200/2 use drop in filters?
I know my 200/1.8 does, as do other teles of this style...


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Jul 24, 2015 21:14 |  #115

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Nice photo.
Doesn't the 200/2 use drop in filters?
I know my 200/1.8 does, as do other teles of this style...

Yes but besides its expensive, I dont want any dust goes inside my 200 lens:) And to get the aperture stay at f2 we need variable nd filter due to ambient light intensity changing if we shot outdoor.
I am thinking to make a diy nd filter for the 200/2 using 160cm rectangle filter for ultra wide lens and filter gel, put them in front of the lens using diy arm holder :)




  
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Jul 28, 2015 01:14 |  #116

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Jul 28, 2015 16:59 |  #118

nixland wrote in post #17639917 (external link)
Just tested the HSS using Pixel King triggers for Sony on Sony A7 with Godox AD360 and Rime Lite softbox.
So far the King is quite reliable, no missing shots, except couple of shots in the end of the photoshoot. I guess it's due to HSS overheating protection on AD360.
I use Canon 200/2 where there is no practical way to attach variable ND filter on its 12 cm front ring .. yet :) So the HSS is really a big advantage here.

One of the thing I missed was that I forget to check where the center of the light falls to the subject (also inverse square law :) ) as you can see in this photo where her legs and arm got more exposure than her face.

And I forgot to bring sand bag ... the light fell twice blowed by the wind. Luckily it always falling forward, so that the softbox hit the ground first and not the strobe :)

Can't wait to do the next outdoor hss photoshoot ....
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Can't you use the 360 in regular mode w/o having to enter HSS on the flash?
I can with the A7II and the Odin TX/RX!!


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Jul 29, 2015 00:50 |  #119

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Can't you use the 360 in regular mode w/o having to enter HSS on the flash?
I can with the A7II and the Odin TX/RX!!

Yes I can.




  
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Jul 29, 2015 22:22 |  #120

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Can't you use the 360 in regular mode w/o having to enter HSS on the flash?
I can with the A7II and the Odin TX/RX!!

The 360 works at full power with an FP-sync trigger beyond the x-sync speed.
If you reduce power the IGBT power control clips the tail of and causes uneven lighting.


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