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  1. #5761
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

    Post your latest purchases.
    Just got me a Nikon D70 Yes it happened, and here is a pic!Post your latest purchases.-dsc_0733-2.jpg


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  2. #5762
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    About the only thing I miss from my days of using Yongnuo flashes is the nifty little zippered bag I got that neatly stored two triggers and a controller... So handy!
    The cases are nice and are semi-hard preformed cases for the flashes.
    However, nothing for the triggers or receivers.


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  3. #5763
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    I just sent my Tamron 150-600mm G1 back to Tamron AGAIN for warranty service. So, I mean I had to have a long lens in the mean time, right? I picked up the newer Tammy 150-600mm G2 yesterday. I have only taken a few test shots, but can tell already that I am getting sharper shots than I have in a long time with the old Tammy. The VC (R) on this thing is pretty amazing. I have been able to get some clear shots at 600mm as slow as 1/30th. Anyway, here's the obligatory poor quality cell phone shot of the new lens. Now I gotta' sell a couple of things before the credit card payment is due. I bought new tires yesterday, too.

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    Is that table runner homemade? If so, I feel your pain and share your lightness of wallet. I've discovered that a quilter should never be challenged by a photographer in the spending arena. The quilter wins every time!

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  4. #5764
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    Quote Originally Posted by weebee View Post
    No camera stuff lately. Haven't had much time for it anyway. But that doesn't mean I stopped buying anything! 2019 Subaru Forester limited. I'm still studying everything this suv can do!

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    No camera stuff, ya say? That is a real nice photographic equipment carrying device. I call my Subie my camera case!

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  5. #5765
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    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    Thanks, Paul. I will keep it in mind. I am hoping for a soft padded case although I honestly don't know if a soft or hard case will work better. What type of case came with your Yongnuo? Was it soft or hard?
    The bag was made by Strobius. They had them sized for two, three, or four YN-622 triggers/controllers. I still have mine as the wife is now using my old 622's.

    I'd really like something similar for my Godox gear but haven't really run across anything yet.
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  6. #5766
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    The bag was made by Strobius. They had them sized for two, three, or four YN-622 triggers/controllers. I still have mine as the wife is now using my old 622's.

    I'd really like something similar for my Godox gear but haven't really run across anything yet.
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    And this is exactly what I pictured in my mind. Thanks for the info. I wonder if Case Logic makes something comparable - I will definitely search!
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  7. #5767
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    The bag was made by Strobius. They had them sized for two, three, or four YN-622 triggers/controllers. I still have mine as the wife is now using my old 622's.

    I'd really like something similar for my Godox gear but haven't really run across anything yet.
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    I will check my Nikon flash cases for the SB-700 and SB-910 to see if they will hold the trigger and receivers. Nikon sells the cases separately although the price is kind of high. This one is the SS-700 replacement case for the SB-700. Cost is $20 new. Will still keep watch for a Case Logic case.

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ..._Case_for.html

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  8. #5768
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    I will check my Nikon flash cases for the SB-700 and SB-910 to see if they will hold the trigger and receivers. Nikon sells the cases separately although the price is kind of high. This one is the SS-700 replacement case for the SB-700. Cost is $20 new. Will still keep watch for a Case Logic case.
    Or, you could do like I did and sell your SB-700. Letting go of the SB-700 means you'd be able to ditch triggers, and the batteries that go with them entirely, which is actually a lot nicer in practice than it might sound. Use the money to buy yourself a pair of Godox TT600's (if you don't need TTL) for about $150, or a pair of TT685's (if you do need TTL) for about $225; heck maybe even an AD 200 depending on how/what you shoot. Either way you already have a V860 for on-camera running-and-gunning and an XPRO controller; with any of the aforementioned flash pairs you'd have a totally awesome three-light setup requiring no triggers with plenty of room to expand on in the future.

    BOOM.

    You're welcome.
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  9. #5769
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    Or, you could do like I did and sell your SB-700. Letting go of the SB-700 means you'd be able to ditch triggers, and the batteries that go with them entirely, which is actually a lot nicer in practice than it might sound. Use the money to buy yourself a pair of Godox TT600's (if you don't need TTL) for about $150, or a pair of TT685's (if you do need TTL) for about $225; heck maybe even an AD 200 depending on how/what you shoot. Either way you already have a V860 for on-camera running-and-gunning and an XPRO controller; with any of the aforementioned flash pairs you'd have a totally awesome three-light setup requiring no triggers with plenty of room to expand on in the future.

    BOOM.

    You're welcome.
    But I have 2 SB-28 flashes that I want to put to use, too. It's cheaper to keep them than to buy more flashes. But I definitely will keep in mind the TT685 units if I need to add more. I have the Godox V860 which uses a Li-Ion Battery but really don't need that type of battery vs. the similar features of the TT685. Thanks for the info on this flash.
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  10. #5770
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    Re: Post your latest purchases.

    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    But I have 2 SB-28 flashes that I want to put to use, too.
    SB-28's, Miss Hark? Reeeeeeally?? .
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