Epa and the text-ing and facebook-ing Voice Activated Lightstand, originally uploaded by ted adnan.

Epa and the text-ing and facebook-ing Voice Activated Lightstand

Epa modelled for a photography outing held in Barebone Studio in Saujana Impian Malaysia recently. The session was cut short by a sudden drizzle

Lighting info:
Nikon SB-900 with umbrella as main, ‘bare headed’ Nikon SB-800 as hair/keylight, SU-4 mode.
The Nikon SB-900 triggered via a Pocket Wizard radio triggering thingies

The VALs can multitask like crazy, positioning the lights and text and facebook-ing at the same time whoah!

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Item No.: TR-332
Type: TR-332
Product Info.:
TR-332(Flash gun TTL Trigger for Canon)
Product Introduction
1.   TR-332 is using FSK 2.4GHz frequency channel, 15 selectable channels.
2.   Operating distance range is 65m or above.
3.   The display is protected by coating; it’s not easy to get scratch.
4.   LCD is showing “Channel” , “battery life” and “function mode” .
5.   Multi-control is available.
6.   Through the camera to adjust the parameter of the flashgun.
7.   Compatible with all Canon EOS cameras .
8.   Compatible with Canon flash gun such as 580EXII,430EXII and studio light.
9.   Support all of the shutter speed, up to 1/8000 sec.
10. Available to use on the studio light through PC socket .
11. Transmitter stand-by time : 1000 hours above (CR 2 lithium battery).
12. Receiver stand-by time: 500 hours above (CR 2 lithium battery).
Barcode Model length Product Size(L*W*H) Packing QTY
489 51523 00414 TR-332 1.8M
38mm*63mm*30mm(TX)38mm*70mm*30mm(RX)
1*4*12PCS
489 51523 00438 TR-332RX 1.8M 38mm*70mm*30mm

Item No.: TR-332 / Type: TR-332

Product Info.: TR-332(Flash gun TTL Trigger for Canon)

Product Introduction

1.   TR-332 is using FSK 2.4GHz frequency channel, 15 selectable channels.

2.   Operating distance range is 65m or above.

3.   The display is protected by coating; it’s not easy to get scratch.

4.   LCD is showing “Channel” , “battery life” and “function mode” .

5.   Multi-control is available.

6.   Through the camera to adjust the parameter of the flashgun.

7.   Compatible with all Canon EOS cameras .

8.   Compatible with Canon flash gun such as 580EXII,430EXII and studio light.

9.   Support all of the shutter speed, up to 1/8000 sec.

10. Available to use on the studio light through PC socket .

11. Transmitter stand-by time : 1000 hours above (CR 2 lithium battery).

12. Receiver stand-by time: 500 hours above (CR 2 lithium battery).

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State of the Ringflash market Ver 02: Hensel, Profoto, Elinchrom, Bowens, Broncolor, Alienbees, Orbis, Rayflash, Gopro, CoCo, Horusbennu

★ See full size in flickr -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/publish9/4162010951/

This version added 3 cheap Ringflash  adapter

GoPro O Flash TTL Ring Light  $79.99
COCO Ringflash Adapter  $49.95
Horusbennu Portable Ringflash  Adapter $40.75
  • GoPro O Flash TTL Ring Light
  • COCO Ringflash Adapter
  • Horusbennu Portable Ringflash  Adapter

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Nikon Creative Light System – SB-600/SB-800 @ Yahoo! Video

Tutorial video on Nikon s CLS for the SB-600/SB-800 Speedlights

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This tutoria video teaches you the basics about how to use the flash/speedlight  and its exterior controls (tilt / pan for bounce) and interior controls (flash modes) and a lot of demonstration animations. It is written in PLAIN english to help people to understand what a flash have to offer. Yes, you still need to read the user’s manual for detailed instructions and references. Enjoy!

Music: Autumn Leaves by John Coltrane

Note: Sorry for the errors in the video about panning, 22.5º is actually 45º, 45º is actually 90º, and 90º is actually 180º.

(via http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=One9CMWJQzI)

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Here is a Nikon tutorial video  for use of R1C1 Speedlight.

For more tutorials please visit www.nikon-is-different.com

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TTL vs ETTL compare| Canon 580EXii / 430 EXii Speedlite
http://www.canonspeedlitedvd.com

- This is a short video which explains the concepts of TTL and ETTL flash metering systems. Flash photography can be extremely tricky, so I made this video in hopes it would help you learn what TTL and ETTL are and how they are different. Its just one of many lessons from my new DVD: Canon 580 EXII \ 430EXII Speedlite Crash Course. Over 3.5 hours of awesome lessons.

It can be ordered from the following link: http://www.michaelthemaven.com

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