ATTENTION: PHOTO NERD POST – if this is not you, please move aside. 😎
In my previous post on this, I had Nikon’s Creative Lighting System working flawlessly with my LumoPro 180s. But then, all of a sudden it didn’t work anymore in the S2-3 slave mode. I was buffaloed once again. So, I determined to figure out why (in my home office, not during a wedding shoot when it was critical. Doh.). 😉 So anyways, I tried all the configurations of Nikon’s CLS system triggering from an SU-800 commander on camera. Here’s what I came up with. The LP180s will work with all the configurations, they just have to be set in the appropriate slave mode as per your CLS configuration. I made up a cheat sheet to keep with you. Feel free to download and share it as you wish. Cheers! 😀
ADDENDUM EDIT: I’ve had an anonymous commenter (H. Simpson, no wait, that’s too obvious, Homer S.) inquire about what the settings would be for CLS combinations not listed in the chart – precisely a BC group. Given that Nikon’s CLS system makes the most sense when used as A Group for Key, B Group for Fill and C Group for Accent/Kicker lights, a BC Group configuration doesn’t make any sense at all ever. Just use an AB Group in the S2-2 setting, it’s accomplishing the same thing as 2 setting group like BC.