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    Sold: Canon Speedlights and Pocket Wizards

    I have 3 Canon 430EXII speedlights, 3 Pocket Wizard Flex TT5, and 1 Pocket Wizard Mini TT1 all in like new condition with boxes, instruction and warranty cards. I took a lot of Hummingbird photos with this gear, but now I am moving on to other endeavors. Would like to sell as a package for $800 and I will pick up shipping and paypal charges----Paypal Only.

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    Last edited by bob williams; 08-04-2014 at 12:50 PM. Reason: Price Drop
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    Good to hear from you Bob but sorry that you are not pursuing the hummingbirds any longer. I hope all is well with you and your family.

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    All is Well, Thanks Joel--
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    Long time, no see. It's good to hear from you Bob.

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    This is a sad day.

    I always found your photos inspiring. I also looked forward to the contest between you and Joel, as to who would have the best shot, it was so difficult to choose.

    Good luck with your future endeavors.

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    Thanks Fellas, but don't write me off yet. Although my attention has been directed elsewhere over the last year or so, I am not done with my Humming birds. Infact, I have been considering my technique and think that I will go with studio strobes such as the PC Buff Einstein strobes for the power/speed combination; Of course, I can't afford the strobes until someone buys these speedlights and slaves.. Pass the word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob williams View Post
    Thanks Fellas, but don't write me off yet. Although my attention has been directed elsewhere over the last year or so, I am not done with my Humming birds. Infact, I have been considering my technique and think that I will go with studio strobes such as the PC Buff Einstein strobes for the power/speed combination; Of course, I can't afford the strobes until someone buys these speedlights and slaves.. Pass the word.

    Later, Bob
    That's certainly good news

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    The Paul C. Buff Einsteins are awesome. I don't own actually one, but if I were buying today I'd buy a whole set of 'em. Everything I've heard about them has been very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Setters View Post
    The Paul C. Buff Einsteins are awesome. I don't own actually one, but if I were buying today I'd buy a whole set of 'em. Everything I've heard about them has been very good.
    I've got one, and it is excellent.

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    You guys are doing a horrible job of selling people on the Speedlights.
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