How to Break your SB-800's Little Neck Like a Chicken
Peter Gregg spends two minutes and 40 seconds admonishing you not to do this. Then shows you exactly how he strong-armed his Nikon SB-800 speedlights so that they will now go 135 degrees to the left. (Clarification: When you are looking at the flash from the front.)
The SB-800s of normal photographers only go 90 degrees to the left.
Many CLS-ers lament the inability to turn the signal receiver window to any angle needed when shooting multi-light, off-camera. This (insane) little mod would seem to rectify that.
FAIR WARNING: I am not going to do this to any of my babies. In fact, I get a little squeamish just watching it. But if you are
Or it might get you a $320.00 paperweight.
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