Roman Omell wrote: I'm on Craigslist and found a L-358 Sekonic light better for pretty cheap. Just wondering are these even worth having these days considering how advanced cameras have gotten?
I guess what I'm wondering is if there are any situations where a physical light meter would be needed where a in camera meter wouldn't handle?
I have used the sync cord and connected to a Godox trigger and taped the 2 together programming the trigger not to send out any light value changes. Hold that up to the models face and press the button and the lights go off. I works well but is bulky. I was considering buying a godox A1 and even though it is only 20 buck I can also trigger the lights with my cell phone or just carry my camera and click the shutter.. How do you remotely trigger your lights when you are standing next to the model?
CharleyL wrote: Once the preset button is pressed, when it sees the flash it provides the reading with no hassle
So most of my stuff is Flashpoint, for the reason Charley said, they cover the warranty aspects of the product. But I have not had one issue with any of the Godox/flashpoint products (They are rebranded as Pixapro in Europe I believe.)
Ziggy wrote: How are you liking that Godox trigger? I've been seeing people talking about these and how they saved them $$. Have you had any problems with yours?
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