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Thread: Macro Flash

  1. #11

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    SB-17 is compatible with the F3 with TTL

  2. #12

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    I have been contemplating the MR-14 ringlight or the MR-24 twin flash, but after looking at the LED flashlights. Trigger voltage is read at the center pin, when the flash is charged and ready to go. Since you have a voltmeter, it shouldn't be too tough. Most cases, the ground is the the foot itself, if metal, or a contact point in the groove, if a plastic foot.

  3. #13

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    Hi,
    I suggest you look at the web sites for Kirk and Wimberley. They both offer macro flash brackets. Look carefully to see if they will work with your existing equipment, like ball head, lens plates, etc.

    Regards,

    Denice

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  4. #14

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    I use a Vivitar 283 with lots of ND filter and wide angle filter, on a jury-rigged set of bracket, bracket extensions, and sometimes (because after all it IS flash) handheld. Mike, I also use my real name as does Dan Fromm, and the hardware store idea is a good one.
    Jeff Polaski
    "A full-time job seriously interferes with photography."

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