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    Canada
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Nikon D700
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea&Sea YS-D2

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  1. This is a photo taken with my Nikon D700 with a sigma 15mm fisheye lens, Dual YS-D2 strobes, F6.3 at ISO 200, Shutter at 1/60. Let me know what you guys think of this. I was close to my subject (less than 1 foot away) and my strobes were already pointed outward and were about ~15 inches away from my DP-230 Zen dome but I can still see some backscatter. How would you reduce backscatter in this case? I also notice some glare on the sides of the picture implying that my strobe beams hit the sides of my dome. Any advise from you guys would be extremely helpful. thanks!
  2. Thanks Tim. I realize it is harder to find a used one. People dont normally part ways with their viewfinder once they got used to using it. I guess i need to suck it up and buy it brand new from BS
  3. Looking for a used one. Pm me or email: cusimsteinn@gmail.com Thanks, Daniel
  4. Hi, im interested in your video lights, 2x lights for 150 euro?
  5. Buying either a Sola Photo 800 or 1200. Thanks, Dan
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