Thanks for looking Wayne. One link seems not to work. I repasted it in below.
The T32 is light and convenient. I can angle it down and typically use the 3
stop ND filter so it can quench in time . I mostly use normal auto mode two
stops below ambient to help make the structural colors of the flutterbys pop.
The problem is the field of view of the flash sensor is much different and can
really be waaay off, but fIll is forgiving. It works most of the time and I
adjust on the fly. Have I ruined an otherwise excellent shot by improper fill
A combo of a little high quality continuous LED and TTL macro twin flash so
either could be used would be more elegant.
This particular T32 was previously used by Thomas Clausen on this list.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/