Excellent service from Quality camera Sales , WA.

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by [BnH], Dec 14, 2005.

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    [BnH] Guest

    Ordered my Gary Fong Lightsphere mid day on Monday, asked Stuart to express
    process my order so that it would be in time for an event this Saturday.
    Arrived mid day today rather than 5 days estimated delivery time.
    Excellent service from them and good price too
    [Sing$ 70 in Singapore + i'tl postage + 4 days turn around time .. ends up
    the same :D ]

    If it turns out to be great as advertised , I'll recommend it [and your
    site] to a few wedding / event photographers I know.

    Thanks Stuart.

    regards, Bob
     
    [BnH], Dec 14, 2005
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    googlegroups Guest

    Keep us updated Bob, I'm also interested in the Lightsphere. Which
    flash are you using it on?
     
    googlegroups, Dec 15, 2005
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  3. Ground breaking discovery...
    1.6 to 2mm packing foam folded into an inverted U shape and held on to
    the flash with a rubber band disperses the flash just as evenly as a
    lightsphere... Now where is that patent application.
     
    anonomous individual, Dec 15, 2005
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    [BnH] Guest

    It is used on the SB-800 and 580EX.
    Brought my Nikon setup for a wedding shot yesterday and it really helps
    especially on 1-2m distance shots when a Stofen normally is too harsh.

    http://etienne.multiply.com/photos/album/28
     
    [BnH], Dec 17, 2005
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    hyperoglyphe Guest

    I second this re qualitycamera.com.au. I ordered a 24-70 F2.8L (after
    contemplating the 24-105 IS F4L) on a Friday a few weeks ago and it was at
    my Post office the following Monday afternoon! Great price too.

    Stuart helped me with the choice based on my specs and I am really happy he
    did.
    If the fast aperture doesn't make up for the IS it sure helps with moving
    subjects in low light.
    It's a meaty lens but for me that helps keep it steady.

    Great stuff. Now is the next one the 70-200 IS F2.8L or the 300 IS F2.8L...

    decisions decisions.

    Dave
     
    hyperoglyphe, Dec 19, 2005
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