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MarqueLumiQuest
ModèleLQ-121
  
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)16,5 x 2,5 x 7 cm
Moyenne des commentaires client 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
Numéro du modèle de l'articleLQ-121
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr11 mai 2010
  
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Pratique, super rapide à utiliser, convient parfaitement pour un Canon 430 EXII ou yongnuo 568 EXII et autre de même taille.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 You could easily tape on the gels 29 octobre 2015
Par smart buyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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These don't do anything too fancy. You could easily tape on the gels. Or make up your own diy holder. Or stick on some velcro on each and every single gel, but these are just so much more convenient and simply work. The cost is well worth the convenience.

This is one of those things you don't have to have to use gels, but it just makes life much easier. I still tape on a gel if I can't find where I put this thing, but I still use these alot and love them.

I started putting velcro on each gel, but after messing around with too many gels, I gave that up and just used one of these. I've got a few of them, and they work great. If you only use a few gels, then you could just use the tape on method, but if you change out gels a lot this thing is really handy.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Cheaply made, but does the trick (for now) 27 novembre 2012
Par Robert - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't know if there is any better product available out there for around $20, but this one still has serious issues.

As others have said, the gel holder made of cheap, flimsy plastic. In all honesty, it must not cost LumiQuest more than a dollar to manufacture it. I suspect it will become brittle within a few years and begin to crack along the folds. The gels that are included are likewise cheap and will melt if held too close to the flash head. And the selection of gels is extremely limited. Don't expect to have much choice for vibrant color-lighting effects if you don't also get the Strobist Collection kit.

However, like the title says, it does the trick for now.

I haven't had any serious issues inserting the gels. You do pretty much have to remove the holder from the flash, but using your whole finger to guide the gels down into the slot only takes a few seconds.

Some tips:
- I strongly suggest getting the UltraStrap (or making your own elastic strap). While equally overpriced, using it is far preferable to sticking the velcro tabs directly on your $500 580EX II. It's a little disconcerting that LumiQuest would even suggest that you do that. For one, you will not be able to (easily) attach any difusers to the flash if you stick those things on your flash.

- When you attach the gel holder, make it so the velcro is attached just on the edges nearest the flash head. This will put as much distance as possible between the flash head and the gel, hopefully preventing the gel from melting. A lot of uncolored light will escape from the sides, but the alternative is that the gels won't last more than a couple of flashes. Keep in mind that the Strobist Collection gels are also pretty cheap and will start melting after just one or two pops of the flash if placed too close to the flash head.

- If you want more saturated color from the flash output, close down the camera's aperture. Also, try using two gels of the same, or similar, color at the same time (though they'll probably melt together if you're not careful and the gels are too close to the flash head).

- Experiment with mixing colors to get the one you want.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Complicated and impractical 19 octobre 2014
Par John Isner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The LumiQuest gels are ultra thin and do not slide easily into the clear plastic window (if you've ever threaded a needle, you know the feeling). The velcro strap attaches to the flash head in such an odd way that I wasn't sure I had done it correctly. The pocket that holds the gels which are not currently in use is impractical. You have to remove all the gels to find the one you're looking for, then put the others back. The paper separators get in the way of finding the one you want. I gave up and purchased the "Rogue Photographic Design ROGUEGEL-CC Flash Gels Color Correction Filter Kit." The Rogue gels have a substantial thickness, making them much easier to handle. They have long ears so they can be attached to the sides of the speedlight head with a rubber band. It's a really sensible design. Check me out -- I'm a verified purchaser of both items.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Works with my Canon 430Ex just fine 7 janvier 2012
Par L. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Using colored gels on your flash is essential if you want to match the color to the ambient lighting. For example, if you're shooting indoors under incandescent (tungten) lights, you'll notice your shots tend to come out rather orange, reddish or yellowish without the flash. You can set your camera to the incandescent/tungsten setting which helps to balance the light to more natural colors. The problem is, your flash produces light which is more or less the same color temperature as daylight which has a bluish tone, and if you use your flash indoors you can get strange results by mixing daylight and incandescent lighting.

The solution: Use the Lumiquest LQ-121 to hold a small colored gel (piece of translucent plastic) over the flash so that your light is the same color as the rest of the lighting in the room. The kit comes with several standard gels. Use the darkest orange (called CTO: Color Temperature Orange) when shooting under regular incandescent blubs and set your camera to incandescent light balance. Use the green tinted gel when shooting under fluorescent lights and set your camera for fluorescent lighting. You'll be amazed at how nicely lit and balanced your shots will become. The kit comes with full, half and quarter CTO gels, full and half green, and 3 color effects gels in blue, red and yellow. You'll mostly be using the orange and green gels, but feel free to experiment with the others. I almost always leave the full (darkest) orange on my flash because I'm mostly shooting under incandescent light.

The Lumiquest LQ-121 attaches to your camera with included velcro strips for a secure fit. It's well designed and allows you to attach other Lumiquest light modifiers over top of it (see Lumiquest softboxes, snoots, etc.). There is a small pouch on the unit for storing the gels you're not using, however, if you're moving your flash/camera around a lot and taking it in and out of cases, the gels can fall out of this pocket, so be careful.

NOTE: While this product fits very well on the Canon 430EX and EXII, I've heard reports that it may be a bit small for larger flashes.

I highly recommend this product, and all Lumiquest light modifiers. I've purchased and used many of them with consistently good results. Their products are quite durable and should last several years, even with hard use. I've only worn out one Lumiquest product, but it took 5 years.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Some tradeoffs 1 juin 2011
Par Shane O. Laake - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Owning a Nikon SB-800 I quickly discovered the purpose built Nikon SJ-1 Color Filter Set, Eight Filter Light Balancing Set for the SB-800, SB-600 & SB-80DX Flashes is a study in frustration. Nikon really dropped the ball there, and I've been looking for other solutions. I've seen more than a few, but I've shied away from solutions that didn't appear to have a secure fit, and thus I ended up trying this.

I really hit the jackpot with a secure fit, as the included velcro really sticks to the flash, the holder sticks to the velcro, and the inserted gels are held tight against the flash. All in all it's a perfect fit in terms of the core functionality. Sadly there is a bit of a compromise, as if you use the velcro tape, you will need to use it right up against the edge of the flash head, which inhibits using the supplied (with the SB-800) diffuser dome. This isn't a huge deal, as using the LumiQuest UltraStrap - LQ-126 should provide a less permanent alternative (provided you don't lose it like I did mine), and frankly users of this device likely have a better diffuser solution than that dome.

So, that being said, it's a pretty good solution, and the included gels are a plus. I would have preferred more florescent balancing choices, since they're becoming ubiquitous and there are a variety of florescent color temps in the field.
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