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So, I did find the Canon info: GND and +300V pins have an obstruction between them. I just need the Nikon info now, and then source a Canon plug.

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only 8gb storage on kali linux live on 64gb flash drive

I just got kali Linux Live and put it on my 64Gb flash drive. To install updates these take up to 6Gb of storage. I need your help to solve why I have about only 8Gb of storage on a 64Gb flash drive.

Another problem

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flash – How to troubleshoot Canon Speedlites that are not firing at the same time?

I’m working on some studio lighting and want to have my two Canon Speedlite 580EX IIs fire simultaneously using Canon’s built-in wireless communications (i.e., I want the master to trigger the slave, but also provide some fill flash). I am pretty sure I had this working at some point, but now I have noticed that the master flash fires when the shutter is pressed, but the slave flash fires a good 1 or 2 seconds after the master has fired (and after the shutter has closed and photo has already been taken). I have been poring over documentation and videos wondering what I could have missed. Surely it is a setting somewhere that I have accidentally set?

MASTER 580EXII
Set to ETTL
Channel 1
On
Ratio A:B is 1:1

SLAVE 580EXII
Channel 1
On
Group B

Notes: I have tried a couple of things:

  1. Connecting the master and slave with the mini phone jack.

  2. Making sure the master is directly in front of the slave’s panel so there could be no interference with the signal.

  3. I have tried it with the Master ON and the Master OFF.

  4. I have tried it with the Master both on the camera’s hotshoe and on a jotshoe adapter.

  5. Even tried replacing all the batteries in both flashes.

  6. Have tried both flashes in Group A.

I will try to attach pics of the LCD panels. I must be missing something obvious… please forgive me if I did. Thank you in advance!

P.S. I have the Master set for a -1 FEC but I have tried removing that as well.

flash – How would one remove yellow eyes instead of red eyes?

On a recent trip to Madagascar, we were able to capture some interesting animals during the night, where of course we used flash. The following photo is not made by me…

Madagascar 2007 - 1245

…but we have many with the same problem as in that photo: yellow eyes. Applying standard red eye post processing on it results in light grey, which looks equally unnatural as yellow.

I was wondering if anybody knows of an easy way to post process this into a natural look, other than of course manual painting, which is a painful exercise. One thing I have tried so far is selective color replacement, but that still is a very diligent process

Can I trigger the RF-603 (and thus, flash), via PC/other cable?

Just to let you know, I am only a beginner in flash photography, and DSLR photography as well in fact, and am interested in buying a YN-560 III flash, and a pair of RF-603s.

I would like to be able to use the flash for high speed photography, like water drops, and water balloons popping etc. This would mean off camera.

From what I’ve read, rather than trigger the shutter, as there is too much lag etc, it is best to capture such shots in a dark room, with a 2 second or so shutter duration, and fire the flash at low power (and thus speed) to freeze the motion.

What I plan on doing, is buying (or making) an acoustic trigger, that triggers the flash, based on a sound, like the pop of a balloon. What I’m trying to work out, before I go ahead and buy the flash and triggers, is whether or not the RF-603 can trigger the flash remotely, if I plug a PC sync cable from the acoustic trigger into the RF-603. If not, is there any way, ANY way that I can trigger either the RF-603 (or the flash itself) from the output of the acoustic trigger?

Perhaps by having a hotshoe cord from the acoustic trigger?? That the RF-603 sits in, and takes its input from?

I really appreciate your time everybody, I hope I can make these pieces of equipment work, and start making some high speed shots!

How to flash a custom rom on galaxy grand prime

I’m an Android fan and I have a Samsung Galaxy On5 Pro.
It is currently running Android Marshmallow 6.1.
I want it to get upgraded to Android Nougat 7.1.1.
I don’t have a recovery.
How can I install TWRP?
How do I do it?

Flash sync cable does not control aperture priority film cam shutter speed

Film camera: Yashica electro 35cc (35mm)
Flash: modern Nikon speedlight

Is it possible to shoot at f1.8 with a speedlight on a film camera?

Sensibly and according to sources, my film camera is supposed to default to 1/30s shutter speed when a flash is connected via PC-PC cable. However, no such behavior change is occuring when each f-stop is used. The camera adjusts shutter according to f-stop vis-a-vis ambient light.

For example, with flash already firing, here are the shutter speeds at each f stop:

f16: 4secs
f8: 2secs
f2.8: 1 sec
f1.8: 1/30s

My question is, is it possible to use f1.8 with a flash on? When f1.8 is the only stop where the camera will shoot the fastest shutter under dim conditions.