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I only saw the system but for me that I'm just trying to learn to try to get started, studio-lights are very expensive...
and this can be a projection solution for a starter
btw I thought many times about using lcd / video projectors (like 2000 ansi lumens) with the same goal... and nowadays they are so small that they may can be adapted to light-stands
what I was not so sure is about the flexibility the system (I mean, this tool light-blaster) with the types of media you can use. can you tell how many media adapters come with? like, cardboard, slide frame, etc?
I wonder if printed transparencies in both laser / ink-jet printers will work better than the slides
other question I would like to make is if you use the same ttl method or this way you prefer manual (I'm also thinking that should be easier with video projectors even if you opt for a moving / video / action or random pattern projection
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