I was going to say in that post that your English was definitely better than my French. But I got my words crossed up instead. Point proven.
Originally Posted by Laurent
Originally Posted by jnanian
I have a 124g and have wondered how well that would work for me. What model stroboframe/flash do you have and would you recommend it?
the one i used with the 124 was something that came with
a lumedyne head attached to it. it was bought from a wedding shooter
jeez 20years ago ... i used to attach the camera to it, and the flash conveniently was up and
over the camera. i sold the camera ( and lost the bracket ) back in the 90s when i was broke and needed $$
i just b+h'd strobe frame and saw something that looked like it might do the same thing ..
but it has a screw mount and would need a shoe-thingy...
i use a clunky stroboframe for 35mm, D-- and half frame and lumidyne, but i think because the 124 needs to be looked down into,
the frame i use wouldn't work ...
sorry i can't be more help.
MAT 124/Sunpak ...
Thanks for all the suggestions; the use of stroboframe seems best solution for me at this time.
Originally Posted by Irrev.Rev.
make sure you bring the camera with you when you
look at frames ( or bacharach brackets)
.. you want to make sure you will have
enough top clearance since the 124 doesn't have a right angle
viewer ... and make sure your sunpak has a pc plug too
(and get a length of paramount pc cord ) ...
being in newburyport, hunts photo + video
might be a good place to look, they usually have
a lot of stuff like that. im not sure if their non-mothership/melrose
stores would have quite the selection though ...
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