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STICKY: ** Flash/Strobe equipment tests, comparisons, measurebations, etc. ** (2010/08/31)

 
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Mar 21, 2008 11:44 |  #1

This thread is a compilation of links to threads in which equipment tests (not reviews), comparisons, measurebations and what-nots which have been performed and reported in this forum. This thread was created to help you easily find the aforementioned threads and save you the trouble of having to search for them yourself.

When you go through these threads, I think it'll quickly dawn on you that the majority of these threads were created by our very own resident King Measurebator himself, Curtis "he really needs to get a life" N. :)

Enjoy!

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COMPARISON: A Handful Of Light Modifiers

TEST: Umbrella Spill - Bounce vs. Shoot Through vs. Umbrella Softbox

The Beauty Dish: Quality Of Light, Deflectors, Coverage, Falloff And Catch Lights

6,560 FLASH POPS LATER: The Results of "AA" Rechargeable Battery Tests

Speedlight's, Umbrellas, Coverage and Light Loss

tests of various light modifiers *pics*

AB800/Sunpak 383/580EX measurements

Flash output consistency observations

Strobe & Flash Comparison Testing: Part I (Output)

Umbrellas are not all created equal

No more excuses about high ceilings and bounced flash

Let's get anal about white balance with flash

Sync speed issue with Elinchrom EL-Skyport Universal set

The amazing speed of optical slaves

Have you ever measured your flash unit's output? It's an eye opener!

Diffuser Blind Taste Test

No longer will I autozoom my flash

The mystery of the short-changing ETTL flash (case solved?!)

Ever needed 1/500 sec strobe "Sync"? Maybe you should try it!
Strobe sync @ 1/400: Pushing the limits.


...Leo

  
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