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New Cheaper Alternative to the Nikon SU-800 in the Debao SU-800
Say what you will about buying cheap knockoffs, but you cannot deny the cost savings that they allow over name brand products. The latest case of this is this new Chinese wireless flash commander by Debao. Their commander unit, the SU-800, is about as close as you can have a knockoff be to an original brand name product without getting in trouble.
Radio vs Infrared Flash Trigger – Ask SLR Lounge Season 1 Ep 4
When it comes to controlling your flash wirelessly, there are two ways to do it: One is by infrared and the other by radio. Both have strengths and weaknesses and in this article we will give you a brief overview.
Yongnuo YN560: A Look at the King of Low Budget Speedlights
Let’s face it, we all know that Photography is en expensive hobby. No doubt one of the first things you noticed besides the obvious prices of camera bodies and lenses was the price of name brand speedlights. When you are just a hobbyist, or just starting your business out you have to be careful where you spend your limited budget on gear – That Is where Yongnuo comes in.
How I Shot It: “MEMENTO” | Tuesdays With Lauri
In this weeks instalment of Tuesdays with Lauri, we are going to be taking a behind the scenes look at my latest photograph, titled Memento. In the above video, we’ll go over the location scouting process, as well as talk a little bit about my vision and concept for the image. And to finish off, we’ll take a look at the lighting setup that I used during the photoshoot.
New Metz Mecablitz 52 AF-1 Speedlight has Touchscreen. New Trend?
The German electronic company Metz has just announced the new 52 AF-1 Flash Unit. What sets this speedlight apart from the others is that this is the first flash that incorporates a touchscreen panel.
Gear Review: Why We Love the Pocket Wizard Plus III
Today we are reviewing the new Pocket Wizard Plus III. Not only did Pocket Wizard introduce a handful of improvements, but they also lowered the cost of the trigger from $179 to $139.
The improvements include an integrated antenna, LCD display with battery indicator, grouping function, 32 channels, and a stronger shoe.
There have not been any issues with any of our Plus IIIs. This is why we are big fans of Pocket Wizard. They make good, reliable triggers.
Next-Gen 15.4″ Aple MacBook Pros Has Incredible 2880 x 1800 Resolution!
Ok, I’m not going to lie to you. I am a Windows 7 user running on an Acer 4820TG laptop…