Thanks for replying Hoppy. I did look at the AD200 but the price difference put them out of budget. Modelling lights would be useful - I used to use studio flash back in film days. However, with the sort of things we are going to be using them for trial and error is fine, and we can review the...
Thanks Phil, having just replied to Mike that further confirms what I thought. And we can stretch to the Ving so will probably go for those. And in true University Challenge mode, a supplementary question. We have stands and brollies, what would be the best soft boxes for them?
Thanks Mike, I actually have a Fuji - the "s" was there as a plural rather than the Sony version, but your comments confirm what I thought. So basically three TT685 flashes and two different X1T controllers should be suitable - neither of us use on camera flash.
OK, so the title is a bit of a "how long is a piece of string! type question, but I think I have narrowed it down to a couple of setups. They are both Godox and I would like to know which would be best for what I want.
The setup I was originally considering was three Godox TT685s with a...
All sorts of reasons why they might do that. I sold some equipment there recently that I described as Excellent - they upgraded almost all of it to Like New and increased their offer. Some people are more careful with their gear than others.
If you don't have the manual, you can download it from here. As stated above when a flash is attached it is set at 400, though on pages 122-123 it tells you what settings are used for auto ISO in other modes, and how you can adjust them.