Shot with Elinchrom ELB 400 and Godox AD200 Pro's together at 1/250 f/4 iso 320

This is a shot of Austin Smith from the end of 2020 for DEITY Components. It was a pretty standard 3 light setup for me, but also slightly different as I mixed 2 different brands of flash. That was never a problem when I used Pocket Wizard MultiMAX's to trigger everything, but nowadays I use brand specific triggers most of the time. This allows me to manually adjust power levels for my lights and also to use TTL and HSS easily when I need to. But when you mix brands that all changes. I used my Elinchrom ELB400 with the Action Head as the back light in this image, with the wide reflector attached it throws a very wide light and it has plenty of power to light the whole yard. I used the Elinchrom Transmitter Pro on my camera because I also have 2 Elinchrom Receiver Plus units that I can use to trigger other flashes. I attached them to my Godox AD200Pro flashes via mini sync cables. Using the Godox X Pro transmitter I could manually adjust the power of the Godox flashes without leaving my shooting position. More on this in an upcoming YouTube video. Soon.

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Flash A that lit the whole yard was my Elinchrom ELB 400, and lights B and C that lit Austin and the other side of the yard were Godox AD200Pro’s. All lights were triggered with the Elinchrom Transmitter Pro, with the Godox lights attached to Elinchrom Receiver Plus’


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