Now that I’ve actually put the Orlit Rovelight RT610 and its companion transmitter TR611 on at least 2 on-location shoots, I feel I can objectively say what I like and dislike about it.
I originally purchased it through Amazon but due to poor quality control, blame either Adorama or the manufacturer, I received a unit that was DOA (dead on arrival). Continue reading Review: Orlit Rovelight RT610 with transmitter TR611C
When I left off in Part 1 of my Mag Mod review, I had mentioned I would post more pictures taken with this new light modifier system.
Since then, I have had a chance to use it more.
For now, I have removed the the Mag Mod’s from my Speedlites. Continue reading Mag Mod Review 2
First impressions: What I Like
At this point, I want to mention the one feature I find most appealing :
The ability to Project Wirelessly.
In simple terms, when you install the Wireless LAN module in its slot on the front, the projector uses WiFi frequency and technology to allow computers to send images for it to project.
Continue reading Review Epson Powerlite 1776W projector Part2
My Epson Powerlite 1776W Projector finally arrived.
I purchased it through Amazon but the vendor/seller is OnSale.com.
I also bought the Epson Duet 80 inch Dual Aspect Ratio Projection Screen.
To be of any use, most reviewers ought to give some background, so this is what you should know.
Continue reading Review Epson Powerlite 1776W projector Part 1