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First play with 3D printed diffusers

Paul Iddon

So an associate that has a 3D printer sent me his Twin Flash Diffusion attachments - and I have had just a quick go (not enough time to do much) and these are the first edits from today/tonight.






Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
I am always impressed by your work, but here the diffusers do quench the glare and allow us to see more detail. It would show even more I believe if you were more aggressive sharpening. Not that it needs any changes!

Not at all!


Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
looks like it does a pretty good job.

I had gotten a 3d printed Flextilt head from Edelkrone and although it printed well and put together nicely, my camera with a lens seems too heavy and it will not keep t without creeping.

it was this one: https://edelkrone.com/products/flextilt-head-3d
Should work well enough! But you might need to add a rough rubber washer at the joints to add friction! Printed parts can be very shiny! They can be sanded with course paper too at the joints!