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    bhursey is offline The Geeky Photgrapher
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    Ya the 500-1000 I think would be better spent on a AB800 or AB1600 with a bat pack and a high quality verable nd filter. If you look at pros like chase Jarvis and zack arias you will note they do not use hss normaly. Just something to think about. The only reason I would want a ttl trigger would not be for hss but for run and gun off camera wedding situations.
    Last edited by bhursey; 02-05-2012 at 02:25 PM.
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    Or, here is a new trick I just learned.....

    http://digital-photography-school.co...ml#post1405077

    Total investment:

    Strobe $60
    Stand $30
    Softbox $60
    Stratos II trigger & receiver: $100

    $250 and I am firing studio strobes at 1/6000

    Oh, and for outdoors Vagabond II used for $125.00
    Last edited by scootermcq; 02-13-2012 at 01:54 AM.
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