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Ring Flash


IFIMAGE 6 143 Wales
23 Feb 2012 6:44PM
Hi any opions on the Coco Ringflash. Cheers Ian.

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User_Removed 5 4.6k 1 Scotland
23 Feb 2012 7:19PM
No.

I use a Marumi ring flash that cost about 95. But the Coco type which (I think) is a fibre optic arrangement that takes the light from a normal speedlight is only about a fifth of that price and can actually deliver more light. Seems like a good buy for 19.95.
IFIMAGE 6 143 Wales
23 Feb 2012 8:24PM
This is the one I'm looking at,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVVx7WHtWU4&feature=player_embedded

40... version fo the
The ray flash
IFIMAGE 6 143 Wales
23 Feb 2012 8:32PM
http://www.ephotozine.com/article/ray-flash-adapter--review-14569


Has anyone used the 40 one?

Thank You Ian......
bfgstew 8 668 105 England
23 Feb 2012 9:43PM
You could always make one, I did for about 30 - 40, full Xenon ring flash, works perfectly with my Nikon SB-600.

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Lucian 4 561
24 Feb 2012 11:04AM
I have a coco ringflash. It cost about 55 and i am disapointed with the build quality. it does not look like it has been glued together right. You need a 580 ex speedlight for it as it is made to fit on to the front of the speedlight. I suppose it is a cheap way of finding out if it is usful to your photography. I dont see what benefit it is really as it creates a harsher light than on camera flash.

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