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Lumiquest Soft Screen for digital SLRs

Lumiquest Soft Screen for digital SLRs - LumiQuest's Soft Screen is a new diffuser designed for use with the built-in pop-up flash of many 35mm film SLRs and D-SLRs.

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LumiQuest Soft Screen
Lumiquest Soft Screen for digital SLRs
The Soft Screen attaches to your camera via the hotshoe and sits under the integral flash to provide a diffused light source and take the harshness out of your flash pictures.
Main benefits
* softens harsh shadows
* Reduces hot spots
* Attaches in seconds
* Fits most popular cameras * Folds flat to approximately 4x4in

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Dave B 12 113 United Kingdom
13 Dec 2006 12:05PM
OK, we're not talking a lot of money here but wouldn't it be good if there were some sample pics 'with' and 'without' the Soft Screen to judge if it's worth shelling out for. Even the sample given on LumiQuiest's own web site is next to useless.
http://www.lumiquest.com/softscreen.htm

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Boyd 10 11.2k 11 Wales
13 Dec 2006 8:54PM
I don't care if it works or not.
Ten quid to make your camera look like a little sailing boat - worth every penny.
cameracat 10 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
13 Dec 2006 10:22PM
I want one with a mizzen? dodgy spelling.
DP_Imagery e2
9 24 6 Wales
16 Dec 2006 10:18AM
I have one - and though it may look a wee bit silly, it certainly does the job. Particularly useful for portraits - the built in flash on the D70 always made my daughter shut her eyes at the critical moment - with the 'soft-screen' her eyes stay open Smile Also good for diffused fill-in flash. However, I think Santy is getting me an SB600 flash unit for Chrissy Wink So will really be able to get some decent flash shots.
1100 8 36
16 Dec 2006 9:15PM
Why not do what photogs have done for years, stick thin-skin 'rizla' roll-up paper in front of the flash?

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