Excerpt: I do a lot of close-up photos and this is the perfect tool for my work. Versatile and easy to use, places a good amount of light right where you need it. Works great with many lens and camera makes.
Excerpt: I bought this ringlight because it was supposed to have a filter thread of 67mm, the same as my 85mm. There are no threads at all on this light so it just kind of hangs there. It is useless with the 85mm which is why I bought it.I was planning to use this for portature but the LEDs seem too bright for the subject. IT is hard on the eyes.
Pros: Consistent Output, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Cons: No 67mm Filter Thread, Too Bright To Look At, Weak Output
Excerpt: Since buying my macro lens I've been in search of the best lighting I can get with a limited budget in mind. I've tried other products but so far this is the easiest and least cumbersome solution. I shoot a lot of bugs and this allows me to get close without another piece of equipment in the way. I bought the step up adapter ring for my 100mm lens and it does a great job of keeping the ring light out of my shots.
Excerpt: This product was invaluable while photographing small jewelry items, coins, stamps and just about every small item I put it over. Outdoors it was great while shooting insects and flowers. The two output settings it offers are suitable in a large variety of situations. For the price it is just a remarkable addition to my tool kit.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easy To Use, Fast Recycling, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: Works great when photographing gem stones, coins, other small items. Worked well for portraits and all macro photos so far. Looking forward to spring and the small wildlife that abounds here. One of the best investments I have made.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Powerful Output, Versatile, Works with my Sony A200, Works with my Sony H55
Excerpt: While not as bright as might be desired, this does work well for closeups. My biggest complaint is that the ring does not fit even some smaller lenses, and there is nothing to hold it onto any lens. Some simple rubber ring might help here. Nontheless, it seems well worth the relatively small price.