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  1. #1
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    Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50

    Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50
    I like to use the pop-up flash but with this combination it looks like i will get cut of from the lens when i go close to full magnification, it can be seen clearly in the first image, its due to a small camera and fairly large lens, i need to decide which way to go, bigger flash,stay with less magnification,or buy a cheap S/H D7200 for macro as i think the popup would clear the lens with one of those.

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    Mike



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    Nikon Z50,Nikon16-50MM,Nikon50-250MM,FTZ Adapter
    Sigma 100-400, Sigma 105mm macro
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    Re: Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50

    Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50
    Hey @mikew, what about something like this. It is a Godox Ring and it fits the Sigma. It is only $62, but it is all manual. No TTL

    https://www.adorama.com/goml150.html...xoC1-4QAvD_BwE

    Dan~~Kentucky

    "The natural man must know in order to believe; The spiritual man must believe in order to know. " ~ Aiden Wilson Tozer ~ "The Dwelling Place of God"

    Nikon Z 6 Nikon D7200 w/Grip, Nikon D700 w/Grip, AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR, Nikon 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm/1.8G, Tamron 28-75, Tamron 70-200 F/2.8
    Yongnuo Speedlight YN568EX, Vanguard ALTA Pro 264AB Tripod, Vanguard
    SBH-100 ball head Beike Gimbal Head, ARCA Swiss B1 ball head

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    Re: Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50

    Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50
    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    Hey @mikew, what about something like this. It is a Godox Ring and it fits the Sigma. It is only $62, but it is all manual. No TTL

    https://www.adorama.com/goml150.html...xoC1-4QAvD_BwE

    Too old for manual it needs a working brain , after talking to michael i am looking at a godox
    Mike



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    Nikon Z50,Nikon16-50MM,Nikon50-250MM,FTZ Adapter
    Sigma 100-400, Sigma 105mm macro
    Nikon V2,10-30MM,30-110MM FT1 Adapter













  4. #4
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    Re: Sigma 105 2.8 macro and Z50

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    Too old for manual it needs a working brain , after talking to michael i am looking at a godox
    I have 3 Godox Lights. I love them. The TTL works great with my Z6. Actually two of them are Flashpoint. They are Godox rebranded by Adorama and they are a bit cheaper. Adorama does the support and warranty.

    I wish you well with this light decision. If you are going to go with a traditional speed light, you might want to look at a V1 with the modifier kit. It is a bit more expensive but you get a number of modifiers including a grid which may be useful.
    Thanks/Like mikew Thanks/liked this post
     
    Dan~~Kentucky

    "The natural man must know in order to believe; The spiritual man must believe in order to know. " ~ Aiden Wilson Tozer ~ "The Dwelling Place of God"

    Nikon Z 6 Nikon D7200 w/Grip, Nikon D700 w/Grip, AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR, Nikon 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm/1.8G, Tamron 28-75, Tamron 70-200 F/2.8
    Yongnuo Speedlight YN568EX, Vanguard ALTA Pro 264AB Tripod, Vanguard
    SBH-100 ball head Beike Gimbal Head, ARCA Swiss B1 ball head

    https://www.dailywalkinthelight.com





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