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MorrisWide 100 AC Slave
 
3.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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3.0

Pretty good, not perfect.

By scoops

from Baltimore, MD

About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Powerful Output

Cons

  • Coverage
  • Slow Recycling

Best Uses

  • Fill Flash
  • Portraits

Comments about Morris Wide 100 AC Slave:

I've used this a few times so far and it's pretty much as expected. I bought this to put in lamps for environmental portraits, and for that it works fairly well. The one qualm I have is the coverage. When put in table lamps, you can clearly see that the bottom isn't illuminated, and that the light isn't omnidirectional, as a lightbulb is. I would buy it again for the times i've used it in ceiling lights or lamps where the light is more directional, but it's problematic for what I originally bought it for.

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4.0

Nice little gadget

By dk

from Carpentersville, IL

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Pros

  • Compatibility
  • Light output
  • Size

Cons

  • Realtively slow recharge

Best Uses

  • On location
  • Studio

Comments about Morris Wide 100 AC Slave:

This is a very nice tool if you are shooting with studio strobes and want to include regular light fixtures in your image. It produces a f/11 at about 3 ft distance which is perfect. The wide angle of the beam allows to produce a very natural look.

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