Not a fan of Profoto, they are stupid prices for what they are and I don't like their silly mount and the way the flash tube is set too far back in the head. And, like I said, I have tons of Bowens gear so needs to be Bowens mount.
Battery powered location strobe recommendations?
I’m looking to buy a battery powered strobe for location use.
500 or 600 watt should do the trick.
I’m thinking possibly the Bowens XMT500 or the Godox AD600 as I have a load of Bowens studio strobes (GM500) and lighting modifiers already so...
Thanks guys. ip7250 is cheap so can afford the risk, but carts prices put me off. At the silly end of the scale the Mitsubishi CP-D70DW dye-sub printer looks awesome, but at £695 plus vat I'd have to be sure I'd get that money back in client fees.
Ok, I know I said about budget, but, for a moment, if I scrap the budget element and go for non-ink, what should I be looking at in a more professional, robust printer that uses some other technology, not ink. Again, don't have to go bigger than 6x9 inches.
Looking for printer recommendations for printing out photo quality images up to A4. Most will be 5x7, 6x4, 5x5 and 10x8 (or A4).
I don't have tons of money to spend, thinking £300 maximum.
Don't need scanner or any Wi-fi facility or anything like that, just plug into iMac via USB cable and...
Real, the one I linked two is both transmitter and reciever, they are both the same, but you have RX and TRX switch on them so both act as either transmitter or reciever: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00HRTCPOG/
Just bought some Bowens GM500 strobe heads that are non-radio, but have a sync socket on the back.
To be used with Canon EOS 5D.
From what I can gather the GM500 heads have a cell built in so detect flash from other heads so I will need a radio transmitter to fit on hot shoe of Canon and a...