Posted 23 November 2005 - 07:57 PM
Posted 24 November 2005 - 11:44 AM
Olympus E-520, TLC arms, Inon Z-240s, 50mm, 14-42mm woody's diopter
Posted 24 November 2005 - 12:30 PM
P.S.: I am moving this topic to the "Do It Yourself" forum where I think it will get more attention.
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Nikon D800, Aquatica AD800, Ikelite strobes.
Posted 24 November 2005 - 10:43 PM
Canon 1DmkIII, 1DsmkIII
Posted 24 November 2005 - 10:45 PM
Why would you want too? The diffuser is relatively inexpensive new and sometimes shows up on Ebay for less than $10.
Really? Thats pretty good, I expected it to be heaps more expensive than that.
I am moving this topic to the "Do It Yourself" forum where I think it will get more attention
Thanks, I didnt know whether it should of gone in there or the beginners forum.
Posted 24 November 2005 - 11:19 PM
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Posted 26 November 2005 - 02:14 PM
I have made a 'cup' type diffuser for a Sea & Sea YS-60 strobe from the bottom portion of a Rubbermaid #2 storage container (about the size of 1 cup) was cut down to be only about 1" deep. I punched a couple holes at what would be the 'top' edge of the 'cup' (one on either side) and fastened a piece of 3/16 surgical tubing like an elastic on a halloween mask.To use it ...slip the'cup' diffuser over the business end of the strobe and hold in place by stretching the tubing over the back of the strobe. If I didn't need the diffuser while shooting it would easily pop off the front of the strobe and could be hung by the tubing by hooking it to anything handy ...often I just slippedit over my wrist.
I like the ideas expressed on the board! To diffuse my already soft twin 44 LEDs I think I will try the ole' milk jug plastic inside the lens cover...