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Professor Kobre's Lightscoop® Junior


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The Lightscoop® Junior is suitable for compact cameras that have a built-in flash powerful enough to bounce. This includes cameras like the Nikon 7100, Pentax Q, Canon G12, G1X, Powershot S100, Olympus XZ1, Fuji FinePix X10 and some mirror-less DSLRs. 

Conventional flashes that come equipped with the camera often give poor and unrealistic lighting to photos as the light shines excessively directly onto the subject being photographed. The Lightscoop creates a more natural looking photo as the light from the flash is bounced up onto the ceiling, recreating a more light source that is more distributed.

Don’t let your convenient little pop-up flash ruin your photos with evil red eye, ugly shadows, hot spots, bleached out faces, underexposed colors, and blurry movement that exist only in your photographs, not in the real world.

The Lightscoop creates soft, natural light and lets you capture the scene the way you see it.

GETTING STARTED

Bouncing a pop-up flash requires these settings to optimize the amount of light a scene receives.

See this troubleshooting page if your pictures are too dark. For more background, see Frequently Asked Questions.

SET UP YOUR CAMERA

  1. Turn on the camera.
  2. Metering Method: Any.
  3. Exposure Mode: Manual (M).
  4. ISO: 800 or higher.
  5. Widest lens aperture (f/2.8, f/3.5, f/4, depending on camera).
  6. Shutter speed: 1/200 or higher
  7. Flash "on" – no red-eye reduction, slow sync, etc.
  8. Flash Exposure Compensation: +1 or +2. Experiment.

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