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Yongnuo YN-460-II Speedlite Blitzgerät für Canon/Nikon/Pentax/Olympus Kamera
Yongnuo YN-460-II Speedlite Blitzgerät für Canon/Nikon/Pentax/Olympus Kamera
Wird angeboten von Vatsang
Preis: EUR 49,99

1 von 6 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
1.0 von 5 Sternen 2 of these died on me after only 2 or 3 light testing sessions ..., 3. Februar 2011
On paper these things sound great, especially for cheap rear / slave lighting units to compliment my Canon speedlights (with which they functioned perfectly).
When they arrived they worked great ... for two or three short testing sessions, but then after owning them for just a few days they simply died - the unit switched on, all the buttons worked, the flash just no longer fired.

Seems the internet is littered with quality issues related to these speedlights - some people get lucky, others not, but I ordered two units and both died within probably only 60 or 80 "pops", all of which were at low power and spread over enough sessions and a long enough time period not to overheat the speedlights.

So sadly I would recommend looking elsewhere for an alternative, higher quality (and probably more expensive) solution ... as I am still doing.
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Canon EOS 5D Mark II SLR-Digitalkamera (21 Megapixel) Gehäuse
Canon EOS 5D Mark II SLR-Digitalkamera (21 Megapixel) Gehäuse

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Its a 5D mkII what more need be said ..., 5. Januar 2011
... if you are buying this camera you know what you are looking at, its not a Nikon, its a Canon in all its full frame glory. IQ and tones are so subtle and amazing, and control over the DOF far superior to crop cameras.

The AF gets grief off some people, but I have had no issues with it whatsoever ... I tend to stick with the centre AF point when I use AF, and quite honestly its as tack sharp as any man could wish for.

High ISO performance is just a joy to behold ... ISO 3200 looks incredible, and until I experienced this myself I would not have believed it.

Tip: I thought I had an issue with mine where the menu button does not work occasionally, but after the 2nd or 3rd time this happened, I think I have figured out that its after changing the memory card, and that it must not be properly seated - removing and re-inserting the memory card seems to solve the issue.

Overall, if you are looking at this camera you should not need anyone to tell you whether you should buy it or not, but if its in your budget, then yes of course you should, it really will take your photography on to the next level.


Delamax Reflektorhalter für runde und eckige Reflektoren von 10-165cm mit Befestigungskopf
Delamax Reflektorhalter für runde und eckige Reflektoren von 10-165cm mit Befestigungskopf

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Does what it was designed to do, 21. Dezember 2010
Seems a bit on the expensive side when compared to their light stands, but cheaper than big name brands and does just what it was designed to do, so no real complaints.
As someone else said, the light stand clamp can be a bit awkward, but doesn't take much figuring out nor setting up, so no real complaints there, and it fits all the tripods and light stands I have here, so does the trick for me.

Only thing I would perhaps say is that a longer pole and slight counterbalance could be handy additions/options.

Nonetheless, useful bit of kit, and along with some cheap reflectors, much better value than Lastolite kit IMHO, especially if you are perhaps prone to forgetting/losing or breaking stuff ;)


Delamax WT-806 Beleuchtungsstativ mit Spigot und Luftfederung (256cm)
Delamax WT-806 Beleuchtungsstativ mit Spigot und Luftfederung (256cm)
Preis: EUR 35,70

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good price and decent quality, 21. Dezember 2010
Good price for a decent enough light stand ... damping works well, and is much better than the Walemex version of this stand (which uses springs to damp accidental dropping of the sections) - would recommend this one over the Walemex WT806 for this very reason.

Loses one star for the very slight annoyance that the individual sections / poles do not spin/turn around in one another for adjustment of the lights on top, instead the whole light stand needs to be turned if you cannot reach the head or if the light you have on there has no means of adjustment. With the Walemax this is possible.

Apart from that - good for the price and as stable as could be expected (if you extend each section 100% to its fullest then yes it is a bit wobbly, but drop each section by a couple of cm's and there is next to no wobbling) ... sandbags defo required outdoors or with heavier lights to ensure they don't go over.

Bought the Delamax 60x60 softboxes to compliment this setup and am very happy with the results ... especially for the fraction of the price of a Lastolite equivalent setup.


Walimex WT-806 Lampenstativ (256cm)
Walimex WT-806 Lampenstativ (256cm)
Preis: EUR 32,99

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Delamax ones are better ..., 21. Dezember 2010
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Walimex WT-806 Lampenstativ (256cm) (Camera)
I bought one of these thinking it was exactly like the Delamax WT806 (which was out of stock when I placed the order), but when it arrived found one slight but kind of major difference - the damping system on this one is not air damping, its done with springs (maybe I missed reading this in the description??) ... anyway, if you (accidentally) drop the stand down quickly, it bounces up and down like a pogo stick.
The Delamax version (WT806) on the other hand is air-damped and so very slowly lowers itself down without shocking any lighting kit on top of it and so ensuring it is not damaged in any way.
Other differences - I like the fact that on the Walemex stands you can turn the poles around in the tubes to adjust lights, on the Delamax stands this is not possible and you have to turn the whole light stand to adjust them (or of course you can adjust/turn the clamp on your lighting gear if you have an adjustable head on there). UPDATE: negative side of this is that if there is any wind and you have a softbox mounted on top, or you simply brush past one of these, then they can move off your subject a bit too easily for my liking.
Apart from that, the clamps differ on this to the Delamax ... jury is out on which one is better, but in most other respects including build quality both are not bad for the price, although if I were to recommend any, I would probably recommend the Delamax over the Walemex due to the air damping system.


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