<<<Still using a T32?
Yes, quite compact for macro and can aim down. I asked John about the
electronics and they are similar to the T28 and are quite snappy about sending
a quench signal. Problem is the flash power. I use a 2 or 3 stop ND filter
and it works like a charm.
Problem is the auto mode sensor doesn't always "see" what you are shooting and
light lost to extension etc. Fill flash I think is quite forgiving though.
In shade it is MAGIC with flutterbys. I can spot pulled up shadows on them a
mile away in
most circumstances if they were shot in deep shade. My theory is the
structural colors just don't pop w/o some direct light. I could have used
another stop of fill light in my shot. A fancier TTL macro light might be a
better solution but the T28 is easy and light.
Thanks for looking and commenting.
Still a Monarch fan despite always seeking Bronze Coppers, Mike
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/