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|trigger laser or ir beam trigger's? ||shackell
|Thanks for look I'm trying to find information on the best/most cost effective way to have a remote laser trigger system to incorporate 2 flash guns if you already use them or have any information this would be much appreciated as at the current time I'm using high frame shooting and its very trial and error just trying to capture a shot.
|Re: trigger laser or ir beam trigger's? ||shackell
|please don't all reply together it blocks the air waves
|Re: trigger laser or ir beam trigger's? ||jackal
I use an IR trigger when taking water droplets. It's used in conjunction with a StopShot controller.
The droplet passes through the IR beam and a delay is programmed in the controller eg 30 milliseconds
Then the master flash goes off and simultaneously the slave flash is triggered.
I use it in a dark room with 3sec exposure.
All the gear is available from Cognisys
If you are interested most of my droplet shots show the set-up in tha WS
Hope that helps
|Re: trigger laser or ir beam trigger's? ||appalcarp
|I had a similar setup with Canon Rebel XT. I got mine on Amazon years ago. They worked great although have sold off all of it and I am older so just sticking woth my iPhone 7+.