The flash runs on 4 AA batteries and has a recycle time of about 3 seconds. Election news coverage can get a little mundane at times, but one woman's bold move gave a reporter's story a whole new level of spice.Three things allow SLR traps to produce striking images that we've not seen before. Second, you're not at the capricious mercy of natural light; you control the lighting (for better or worse!
It happened so quickly Suratos didn't even catch her scurrying off camera before his segment ended.
It was supposed to be a simple story on a $353K/per couple Hillary Clinton fundraiser in SF.
SEE ALSO: 'Meanest mom ever' teaches her kids a hard lesson on manners NBC Bay Area reporter Pete Suratos was in the middle of doing a live shot on Friday about Hillary Clinton's fundraiser in San Francisco when a woman pulled off one of the most risqué photobombs of all time.
The giggling blonde snuck up behind Suratos and quickly flashed her breasts straight into the camera's lens.
They also come with storage space for other camera accessories like film or flashes.
Some cases are designed to fit specific camera models while others are universal.
The YN560-III is powerful with a guide number of 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm.
The unit is also quite versatile with a zoom range of 24-105mm, which is able to be expanded to 18mm with the built-in wide-angle diffuser.
Do you fancy putting together an off-camera flash studio out in the wild and leaving your kit to be eaten, soaked, cooked, frozen or worse?
If so, then you may fall in love with SLR camera trapping.
Putting all that aside though, the thing that keeps me coming back, time and again, is that it becomes deeply addictive.