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  1. #1
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    Smile Will this diffuser fit my sb 910?

    Hi guys!

    Just 2 quick questions.

    1) Does anyone know if this product (made for sb 900) will fit my sb 910?

    https://www.amazon.ca/Neewer%C2%AE-B...flash+diffuser

    2) Which type of flash diffuser do you think would work better for indoor corporate events?

    The product above or:

    https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00...6P18R929&psc=1

    I realize that these are very inexpensive products and there are way better options out there, but I am not looking to spend a lot of money so would like to know which style of diffuser would best suit my needs.
    Thanks in advance!

    Christine


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  2. #2
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    Re: Will this diffuser fit my sb 910?

    https://www.adorama.com/nksw13h.html...8aAtKJEALw_wcB

    Why not order the Nikon OEM one for $3 more, and be sure it fits?
    Thanks/Like Don Kuykendall Thanks/liked this post
     

  3. #3
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    Re: Will this diffuser fit my sb 910?

    Thanks Fred. I'll do that. I was looking on Amazon and hadn't thought to look on Adorama

  4. #4
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    Re: Will this diffuser fit my sb 910?

    What sort of corporate events? What sort of venue and the distance to subjects? Are these events in the same venue or just seeking general information? The second one works pretty well in a not of environments where there good reflective surfaces to the sides and rear walls when point the diffuser straight up so all the walls act as reflective light sources so shadows are greatly reduced. That works best in an office than a large venue or convention. They show in one of the photos that diffuser disk pointed to the subject and that is not as effective, it is too small a light source to tackle the hard shadow problem. If you are just needing headshots, the low cost folding softbox of 40cm x 40cm work well it held close to the subject. I have a couple of them and they are quite effective if close. If your camera and lenses are not too heavy you can hold the softbox/flash by a handle using your left hand and shoot with your right. I can do it for a couple hours using a gripped D800 with 24-70 2.8 mounted but it is tiring shooting with one hand. A little 85 1.8 would be the perfect headshot lens and lower the weight a 3lbs. A 50 1.8G would be almost as good and even lighter.





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