On board flash importance

Started Mar 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Who is lazy?
In reply to Ubilam, Mar 26, 2013

Ubilam wrote:

Klaus dk wrote:

Ubilam wrote:

Matt wrote:

If I want to take photos (snaps) that are fine with an on board flash then I wouldnt be carrying a pro camera around.

Then what is wrong with you? If you are serious about taking pics, why would you not take your better gear out and about? I do. I don't use a P&S or smart phone. My 7D image quality tells me the hassle is worth it... even with snaps. You are lazy.


Ubi, it is you who is lazy if you will neither carry a proper flash nor read Matt's post properly. And why call other names, just because they disagree with your OP?

I use the OCF as a disabled master. I have little use for OCF, but if I need one, I use a Nissin DI 866 mk. II which tilts, swivels, can be taken off camera with an eTTL-cord or wireless. For portraits, I use my studio strobes.

Im am not a professional photographer. I rarely bring my 7D on travels, as a tourist I use my S100. The S100 never ceases to amaze me. It is versatile and offers lots of creative possibilities in a tiny package, and delivers more than acceptable IQ.

I thank you for your response and if i offended you... I don't care. You never hoisted a Bigma on a 7D with grip and two batts. The 7D onboard flash actually works well on long glass too. But, thats something you'll never know since you are a tourist?

Fortunately petulance is something most adults grow out of.

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