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01/06/2005 01:02:48 PM · #1
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Anyone use these and can comment on them?
01/06/2005 01:04:40 PM · #2
There were one or two threads just before Christmas on the Lumiquest softbox issue. I think everyone gave good reviews. I'll be picking one up actually. (The Lumiquest softbox). I wanted one for my last wedding but the camera store was sold out.
01/06/2005 01:11:07 PM · #3
The one thing to consider when buying a soft box for your flash is how it attaches to your flash. Some of them come with velcro attachments which can really muck up your flash.
I recently bought a lumiquest flash bouncer which velcros to my flash, it has actually disengaged part of the flashes faceplate from itself, not fun.

Paige
01/06/2005 01:11:42 PM · #4
I use both the Lumiquest Softboxes, mainly the Large on a 550ex mounted on a Stroboframe ProT bracket and sometimes the mini on a 420ex. I really like them in combination with the higher flash position a bracket gives you, when bouncing is not an option. I never shoot with bare flash, it's just too harsh. You may also want to consider the ProMax system: //www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=productlist&A=details&Q=&sku=32580&is=REG which includes the 80/20 which I use sometimes. Hope this helps..
01/06/2005 01:24:09 PM · #5
There is also a non-sticker velcro thing for you flash. Cinch Strap they call it I believe. I use it and altough it is not as sturdy as a fixed system it does its job wel.


01/06/2005 01:29:03 PM · #6
how about a good rubberband? wouldnt that work?
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