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B&M and YMMV - Sunpak DF3600U Flash for Canon and Nikon cameras @ $17

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B&M and YMMV - Most Walmarts are selling Sunpak DF3600U Universal Flash for Canon & Nikon Cameras for $17.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Sunpak-.../181219285

This can be bought only at stores and mostly in clearance section. Brickseek link below

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=181219285
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Thanks, for the post. I managed to get one 👍🏽👍🏽
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Just checked the listing and it says it does TTL. This is actually the first TTL flash I've seen designed to work with more than one camera brand. (Usually they make a different version for each brand.)
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Says $56?
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In for one. Was looking for a good low end solution. My Wm had it listed for $36 but at the POS it dropped to $17
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None in 77065. Even though brickseek shows "3" in a few stores.
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None in 77065. Even though brickseek shows "3" in a few stores.
Sold for $17 at stores (B&M) only.. use brickseek link to see their availability near your zipcode..
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Just got one, it's in the clearance section wherever that may be in your stores, not the regular electronics section. I just tested it with a few photos but I have to say it makes a huge difference. I took a photo of a room without the flash and then with it and just a massive difference, if you were in real estate photography this would be a must. This is my first flash and I have to say I'm pretty happy for $17, got the 2 year warranty also for another $2, why not. It's pretty big and heavy but I assume all these flashes are.
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None in 77065. Even though brickseek shows "3" in a few stores.
Brickseek said none were in my stores, the app said a limited amount were there, but in the wrong aisle. I just got one, it was in the clearance section so check there or ask someone if they know where they are.
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Brickseek said none were in my stores, the app said a limited amount were there, but in the wrong aisle. I just got one, it was in the clearance section so check there or ask someone if they know where they are.
Yeah, the actual price can be checked at POS or at a price checker.. when I got these, it was marked $35 but was showing $17 at a price checker..
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Yeah, the actual price can be checked at POS or at a price checker.. when I got these, it was marked $35 but was showing $17 at a price checker..
It's a shame there weren't more there, I would have bought them all.
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Just got one, it's in the clearance section wherever that may be in your stores, not the regular electronics section. I just tested it with a few photos but I have to say it makes a huge difference. I took a photo of a room without the flash and then with it and just a massive difference, if you were in real estate photography this would be a must. This is my first flash and I have to say I'm pretty happy for $17, got the 2 year warranty also for another $2, why not. It's pretty big and heavy but I assume all these flashes are.
Not sure how you positioned your flash but if you've never shot with an external flash before, here's a tip: point the flash at the ceiling (or wall). It's never good to directly light a subject with flash because youl'l get harsh shadows and reflections. Shoot it at the ceiling. It softens the light, looks natural, and lights the room as if it's a powerful ceiling light. In TTL mode, the flash should compensate for any loss due to the bounce.
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Brickseek showing available so went to stores but no luck.. Not on the clearance and even in the stores 😔
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Not sure how you positioned your flash but if you've never shot with an external flash before, here's a tip: point the flash at the ceiling (or wall). It's never good to directly light a subject with flash because youl'l get harsh shadows and reflections. Shoot it at the ceiling. It softens the light, looks natural, and lights the room as if it's a powerful ceiling light. In TTL mode, the flash should compensate for any loss due to the bounce.
I did point it at the ceiling. Took multiple shots, lights on, lights off, no on camera flash, on camera flash on, mounted flash with no lights and mounted flash with lights on. The no lights on with the mounted flash was easily the best. Then I went to some of the real estate sites and looked at various photos for different houses and realized how many awful photos there are out there. LOL. One house for sale in my neighborhood all the photos are dark and they look I guess the best way to describe it is orange, I'm very confused how they achieved that. I'm thinking cheap cellphone camera, have to be.
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