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| p.1 #1 · how to convert yongnuo st-e2 infrared signal to a radio signal? |
The thing is, I'm not using it for its flash ratio or E-TTL capabilities....I just need a cheap AF-assist that doesn't fire. I use cheap CT-04 triggers (the $10 kind you get from China) and only have Chinese flashes (Yongnuo, Triopo...) it's just that an AF-assist that doesn't come from a flash would be really handy when shooting at night on the street. (I intend to use "ambush" off-camera flash to capture candid portraits on the street at night at 135mm f/2, with city lights as bokeh, but focusing is a problem.)
edit: wait I'm being silly -- the yongnuo st-e2 has a hotshoe on top of it, right?
edit2: I guess it doesn't. I really need a way of converting the st-e2 signal to a RF signal, or at least to a hotshoe that my transmitter can then mount on.