Quote: Originally posted by randalltomes on November-03-2009
Man! Nice tip. I had not heard of this before. Thanks.
The promote video on youtube shows the person going thru a bunch of screens just for one shot. Do you to do that for each round of shots? Orfor each shot?Or is that something you can set for the day and keep shooting similar shots all day. Like I would hope to only have to change the target shutter speed for the light setting for each round of shots and not have to spend time going through thelcd screens to specify brackets and increments again.
Basically, you just select the HDR screen, feed in the (mid) shutter speed and adjust how many brackets you want and that's it. If you have a workflow of needing say 7 brackets and 2ev stops then that will remain (unless you change it) the only thing you really will need to adjust is the (mid) shutter speed.
Let just say I fully understand where you are coming from - before purchasing I wasn't all that sure how it all worked and the company "excluded" delivery to Australia! I email them and said what the story? Anyway, we found a way and generally I found them helpful and quick to reply.
You can download the full owners manual from their website. Mind you, even after it arrived and I played with it for a while I was still trying to fully understand it. Things just weren't "Australian" in there explanations.
But it wasn't long before I had a handle on it and it is pretty straight forward. If you get stuck, just ask me and I will attempt to set you straight.
Seriously I wouldn't recommend it unless they were paying me (which they're not, mores the pity!) or I truly like the product and find it to be beneficial.
If you do happen to order one, please let them know "Smooth" recommended it to you.