decision on lighting/flashing?

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  1. vwmatt26

    vwmatt26 TPF Noob!

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    Hi not to sure what flashes to go for with my situation. I have a CyberSync Trigger Transmitter and Trigger Receiver's i want to run two flashes on stands to throw my light. What would be a good flash but not spending to much money.
     
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    Village Idiot No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Flashes

    The Lumopro LP120 and the Vivitar 285HV. $130 and $90 respectively.

    They're about the cheapest manual flashes you'll find new. If you want to look at something with more adjustability, you can look at use Nikon SB flashes.
     

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