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Aug 30, 2017 20:14 |  #31

2 now + 2 later = 4, so I was right! :) (kinda sorta)


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Aug 30, 2017 20:50 |  #32

TeamSpeed wrote in post #18441071 (external link)
2 now + 2 later = 4, so I was right! :) (kinda sorta)

kinda ya...

"I'd buy that for a dollar"

I like to have backups and honestly the modeling lamps work amazing... for what they are of course. It's literally so much of a pleasure now that I have these lights, the twin head brackets and a meter.

I went from chimping a ton and fussing with lights to a test shot... adjust... confirm and shoot. And the modeling lamps lets me get the pupils constricted just where I like.


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Sep 19, 2017 06:49 |  #33

Talley wrote in post #18441094 (external link)
kinda ya...

"I'd buy that for a dollar"

I like to have backups and honestly the modeling lamps work amazing... for what they are of course. It's literally so much of a pleasure now that I have these lights, the twin head brackets and a meter.

I went from chimping a ton and fussing with lights to a test shot... adjust... confirm and shoot. And the modeling lamps lets me get the pupils constricted just where I like.

I would think the modeling lights would be fine for indoors but I am curious if any of you guys are using the modeling lights outdoors? Are they bright enough?




  
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Sep 27, 2017 19:25 |  #34

I'm using one of these as a cover: https://www.amazon.com …smid=A1POCZTLJ8​H9VM&psc=1 (external link)

It's just long enough to clear the bulbs when screwed right in. It's a handy little modifier to have anyway, and it saves me from carrying one extra piece of kit.

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Sep 27, 2017 21:27 |  #35

MKUltra* wrote in post #18461781 (external link)
I'm using one of these as a cover: https://www.amazon.com …smid=A1POCZTLJ8​H9VM&psc=1 (external link)

It's just long enough to clear the bulbs when screwed right in. It's a handy little modifier to have anyway, and it saves me from carrying one extra piece of kit.

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I've had one of those for about a year...hadn't thought about the cover application.




  
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