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t.1 or t.5 times for canon flashes....
Jim Karczewski, Photographer, Assistant
Hammond | IN | USA | Posted: 11:50 AM on 11.13.12
->> I searched here, I've searched google. I can't seem to find anyone that has either t.1 or t.5 times for Canon flashes. I'd like to know what they are at full, 1/2, 1/4 and 1/8 power (Even though I use 1/8 and 1/4 the most) Unless there is a meter that will give you those timings now with the possibility of renting from somewhere like LensRentals or BorrowLenses.

I use 3 - 580EXII's and a 580EX to light all of my high school and basketball games. Just trying to figure out the difference in what those are vs say Einsteins when I get to upgrading to them.

Thanks
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Mark Peters, Photographer
Highland | IL | USA | Posted: 12:45 PM on 11.13.12
->> http://www.gock.net/2012/01/flash-durations-small-strobes/
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Jim Karczewski, Photographer, Assistant
Hammond | IN | USA | Posted: 1:51 PM on 11.13.12
->> Thanks. Guessing the 580EXII is probably pretty close in timings.. just having the 580 helps a lot!
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Jeffrey Nycz, Photographer
Warsaw | IN | USA | Posted: 2:21 PM on 11.13.12
->> Great link Mark! Thanks.
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Tim Gangloff, Photographer
Knoxville | Tn | USA | Posted: 12:32 PM on 11.14.12
->> You will have to do some of the calculations, but I think he presents the raw data at about 5 min into the video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBfQTf0II28&feature=relmfu
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