A&P New gear holla!

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  1. SkiMax

    SkiMax OT Supporter

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    1x CST and 3xCSRB

    They are pretty nice! good build quality and they are pretty small which is nice. Not bad for less than half the price of the PWs!

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    nice!
     
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    I basically have the same set up as you lol.

    I only have two receivers though, they're used to fire my 2 SB600s. Will probably get a third when I decide that I have enough spare cash to drop on a monolight.
     
  4. SkiMax

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    Im gonna get a couple alienbees or something soon to fill out my lighting setup. maybe as a little graduation present :)
     
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    which hotshoe adapter is that?
     
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    it's a hacked RPcube made from a Nikon AS-e900. It lets me control the power of the flashes remotely using the radiopopper JRx studio transmitter.

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    nice, I need a backup to my shitty TT5's. So unreliable :hs:
     

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