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hellhole

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In Topic: Controlling Z240

29 November 2016 - 08:09 PM

The post on scuba board is pretty good as well

In Topic: Controlling Z240

29 November 2016 - 06:00 PM

The manual does a decent job explaining.
Here goes mine.
Sttl. Looking at the yellow lines on the dial follow the plus and minus signs for more light or less light. Turn to the right for less light.. Turn to the left for more light.

Manual.
See the M-6 and - 0.5?
It means M (manual) - 6 stops and - 0.5 stop. Here is how I explain it. Hope u can understand. If we say FULL strobe power is 0. Then - 0.5 is closest to 0 and - 6 is further away then 0. Hence - 0.5 is the brightest light u can get out of manual strobe mode and - 6 is the smallest light u can get out of manual strobe mode. Now. If u compare to how Sttl works... U would see that the are turning in different direction to turn power up or down...

Hope this helps...

In Topic: Wich better? TTL or MANUAL?

19 November 2016 - 09:23 AM

Maybe it's time to look at the newer boards...

In Topic: Wich better? TTL or MANUAL?

19 November 2016 - 07:57 AM

I have seen tll that always gives too much light.. Then u have to turn the strobe down to the give the correct light...
So... That seems like manual to me... Unless it has gone more accurate??!? Which I doubt so...
So maybe people are 'accepting' their light as they seem.
I hope more people play with manual settings on the strobe...

In Topic: Shooting with mixed Strobe?

18 November 2016 - 02:48 AM

Typically.. The sea and sea ones are warmer. The close power is term of light.. Is ys d1 or ys d2