Excerpt: Real ring flash, not a LED array permanently on, so this puts out a lot more light than those LED ones. Compatibility with Nikon's iTTL metering is accurate and fast. Build quality is average with those from Vivitar or Neewer and just a bit below Sony's or Nikon's standards but 10 times cheapper, to...
Excerpt: I purchased the SFD14N to see if I would like the results of a ringlight flash. I have it on a Nikon D-70 with a DX VR AF-S NIKKOR 18-55 mm f3.5-5.6 G lens. I shoot manual TTL. It has worked very well on flowers with this lens. I will be testing it on a longer macro lens in the future.
Excerpt: I bought this flash because I've been having problems for awhile with my on-camera flash when I'm shooting macro. When extended fully, the lens would block part of the flash. So I knew I needed to buy something to extend my macro capabilities.
Excerpt: I recommend this very affordable ring flash to anyone looking to buy their first.I bought this flash to eliminate more shadow while shooting on green screen,also lots of fun for portraits.excellent little flash
Excerpt: The Bower ringlight may not be the post powerful ringlight on the market, but it does what it is designed to do. It takes great shadowless macro photos and closeup portraits. Not bad for less than $120.
Excerpt: I am really not into macro photography but I own a macro lens. So, I thought I needed a flash but I really didn't want to spend a bunch of money to buy one. This flash fits. It's not perfect and it's limited on what you can do with it.