« on: May 06, 2013, 03:53:40 PM »
I had purchased one and a place was held on my credit card but it seems that has now disappeared.. i assume they cancelled all orders.
Ok, enough about marketing.
You mention bouncing, but the shots appear to be outdoors. What are you bouncing off, foamcore or equivalent, a reflector, a garage door, etc.? In all 3 shots (most evident on the first two), the flash has strongly overpowered the background, that's usually not ideal. Open the aperture a bit (can't drop shutter too low else subject motion is an issue), apply some negative FEC so your filling instead of overwhelming.
The group family shots - how many people, indoors or out, day or night, what lens(es) will you be using?
... why would there not be a built in transmitter in the mark iii to the 600 ex? technology is definitely there to have the flash off the camera and release it without having to buy a $150 transmitter.
You just answered that question...so Canon can sell the transmitter (which costs double the price you suggest).
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