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Jittebug



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PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2020 3:37 am    Post subject: Running flash from mains power? Reply with quote

Not sure if this belongs here on in Equipment Discussions, anyway:

I'm currently using my old Venus KX-800 twin flash to light my stacks, but am bothered by considerable differences in lighting between shots. I'm already using 5 s between shots and am shooting at 1/32-1/64 power. I'd rather not go for longer waits between images.
I'm also using the MJKZZ controller to flash mid-exposure (1 s), in case that matters.

This is, of course, assuming that the difference in lighting is due to differences in the charge.

Questions:
Is this assumption correct?

Will I solve this by running the flash from mains power?

If so, how? I can't find information about what kind of adapter to use.


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