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Old Jun 12, 2007, 11:56 PM   #11
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By using the two flashes in tandem you are able to take flash pictures at 35 feet and use a telephoto lens as well. As you recall most flash units are designed to throw their light out to 15 feet maximum. By using two flashes together, you literally put twice as much light to work, giving a much greater flash range.

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By using the two flashes in tandem you are able to take flash pictures at 35 feet and use a telephoto lens as well. As you recall most flash units are designed to throw their light out to 15 feet maximum. By using two flashes together, you literally put twice as much light to work, giving a much greater flash range.

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