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Oct 21, 2018 21:40 |  #31

RDKirk wrote in post #18733587 (external link)
I guess he was actually talking about speedlights.

I don't give any of that stuff any consideration with my studio electronic flash. Much more simple.

Simply meter with studio strobe flashmeter!


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Oct 21, 2018 22:10 |  #32

No need to go into menues with the A6000. When SS exceeds 1/160 the godox flash simply goes into HSS.


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Oct 21, 2018 23:27 |  #33

soeren wrote in post #18733864 (external link)
No need to go into menues with the A6000. When SS exceeds 1/160 the godox flash simply goes into HSS.

The Canon only needs to have HSS feature enabled in the menu ONCE, and you can then typically ignore the presence of the menu setting.


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Oct 22, 2018 22:40 |  #34

Wilt wrote in post #18733900 (external link)
The Canon only needs to have HSS feature enabled in the menu ONCE, and you can then typically ignore the presence of the menu setting.

You have to do nothing on canon when using studio strobes which work on HSS. Same nothing on Fuji, nothing on Sony.


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Nov 27, 2018 08:15 |  #35

If money are not a problem, I would mix and match whatever lighting I can buy. Combining lighting and techniques can open more creative options for you portrait photography.
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Nov 27, 2018 09:51 |  #36

Unfortunately money is a concern for me. Honestly I was thinking on getting an led stand from Menards. Have seen them at various prices even around $20. This I wouldn't mind getting as I can use indoor but definitely not outdoor for areas that wouldn't have some type of power outlet.




  
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Nov 27, 2018 10:22 |  #37

I'd go with a Godox TT685 and a trigger instead.


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