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1 | how much kelvin does it have ? 2 | Does this kit work without wireless flash triggers ? and what's the function of the red buttons on the bulbs ? Feb 23, 2014
1-it's not a significant source of light by its self to create professional quality lighting. It us good for a hair light, and background lighting. 2-yes, bit it doesn't produce enough light to set off a more powerful main light. 3-the red bottons are for making the lights go off, to warm them up/or test them.
Do these work as TTL flashes at all? I have a Nikon. May 27, 2014
No, you have to shoot in Manual mode. I shoot in 125, f9, ISO 100
When using my Canon Rebel DSLR, with flash, it triggers the lights but it is out of sync with my shutter and everything appears dark. Help? Dec 5, 2013
What shutter speed are you shooting at? On most Canon models the sync is usually between 1/60 and 1/200. If you are shooting any faster than 1/200 your pictures can be dark or half dark.
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