This thread just shows how much of us could really use a "True" ISO 50 in DSLR's. I'd like one canon and perhaps they will be the first with the new 1Dxs.
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A Sniff test should be sufficient. :|Not allowed! Jared Polin (Fro knows foto) has a patent on that move
So at 1/1 power on the einstein, I'd have a 1/1000th flash duration. So I cannot got any faster on my shutter speed than 1/1000th as the flash doesn't last long enough. Am I correct on this?
If so, I'd just add some Odins to my order.
I am not sure if the odins do this on einsteins
I've only tested it on elinchrom strobes can you post a pic of what you are trying to do? to get an idea of just how much flash power you are chasing?
I also just ordered a stratto II reciever to see if it works becasue with the 3.5mm splitter the 1 reciever could theoretically fire 2 elinchrom strobes at 1/3rd of the cost of a single odin reciever
I took a look at the quadras and I love the modifiers elichrome has. The overall package won't deliver what I need it to do for me.
Durations are too slow even with the port a+b method.
It would be out of my budget for 4 heads, two packs and the modifiers I wanted.
400 w/s is not enough.
It would be super heavy compared to Einsteins + VML
you can get this set and a couple of 600s
then get some phottix odins they will work right up to 1/8000s with the odins which will well and truely overpower the sun and more
Indeed, film is different, it's as if you were comparing a 18 mpix APS-C sensor with a 50 mpix fullframe sensor..
My test is of that which is relevant to me: close to 20 mpix on both
Also, my test is of that which is relevant to me, which means it's basically useles for birding fans
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