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Rogue Introduce Safari Flash Booster - Rogue has announced the Safari Flash Booster which makes DSLR flash go further.

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Rogue Safari
Rogue has announced the launch of the Safari Flash Booster.

Designed to enhance the performance of a DSLR’s built in flash on entry-level and mid-level Canon APS-C and Nikon DX DSLR cameras, the Rogue Safari is optically engineered to focus up to 8x more light from a pop-up flash, enabling you to ‘throw’ the light from your flash  to a much further distance.

That extra light can make the difference between a sharp image with good color, and an underexposed missed opportunity. 

Optimized for lens focal lengths over 100mm, this compact little accessory fits neatly onto your camera’s hot shoe – without the need for any additional batteries.

Priced at just £25 the Rogue Safari will be in the shops and online for Christmas – the perfect accessory for those wanting to experiment with and improve their flash photography.

The Rogue Safari Flash Booster is compatible with most DSLRs, but for full details please take a look at the Rogue website

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20 Nov 2013 - 10:31 PM

I used to extend flash range in the mid-70s with a rectangular tube of cardboard that slotted over my hopelessly underpowered flashgun. I measured the cardboard to the required size, lined it with foil, sealed it with tape and taped it in place. I managed to boost the GN 20 rating by about 2.5 using a fairly short tube.

This looks better, but although it's only 25 my version was fun to play with and cost pennies. If you use a strip of velcro and paint the outside gloss black .... Smile

Last Modified By Robert_Malcolm at 20 Nov 2013 - 10:34 PM
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Ray12 e2 Member 165 forum postsRay12 vcard United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
21 Nov 2013 - 10:28 AM

What pi--es me off NO SONY

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