Should I go TTL or Manual w/Lightmeter?

Started May 7, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Should I go TTL or Manual w/Lightmeter?
In reply to andrewsn00, May 7, 2013

This is a Quantum FW7Q:

Quantum FW7Q integrated Radio Receiver with TTL - no batteries required

This neat device plugs into the side of a T5d-R and will receive Manual output adjustments, TTL output adjustments, or just plain radio triggering, it doesn't use batteries and doesn't clatter around your flash like a monkey on a swing.

All Quantums should have one of these as well as the associated radio commanders in order to realise their full potential.

Combined with a CoPilot you can explore Manual output control or TTL.

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