For those of you who don't believe my claims, or doubt that It's possible to get even flash exposure across the frame at 1/8000th. Go ahead, down load this image and check the metadata. I understand, it doesn't prove that I haven't graded out the graduation at the bottom, but you'll have to believe me. That is, until I go and shoot a test like this out side with a mix of ambient and flash, with elements that are lit by sun on one side and flash on the other, that advance from the background to the foreground, and also extend all the way up the frame crossing right across through the shutter path. That stuff can't be corrected in post. Short of hours of fastidious retouching. Depending on the amount of detail in the shot. This is the advantage of the flash pack and head combinations that I have assembled. I can now let my imagination run wild with putting flash lighting any where i want in the frame, right up to 1/8000th of a Sec, with no limitations. I mean none. Bring it on.
Oh, and did i mention power? With these head/pack combos. of which i have three. I can achieve T22 at 1/8000th shutter speed with 200 ISO with just one of these lights positioned at 20 feet from the subject using a maxi light reflector. That's crazy. Let me give you an example of how crazy that is. This shot below of the sun was shot at 1/8000th of a second, T22, at 200ISO. Just to give you some reference.