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Quantum Omicron 3 Ringlight

The Omicron 3 is a Hybrid ringlight that allows the photographer to capture stills and video at the same time! A complementary light source to modern DSLR cameras. OMICRON 3 a TTL Flash and Auto-Tracking Video Light Capture Still Images and Video At The Same Time! Easily take TTL flash photos while capturing video.  Great […]

Rosco LitePad Loop ring light

LitePad Loop is a ring light that Rosco have added to their LitePad line of LED lighting. The LitePad Loop is positioned around the lens of a camera for on-axis lighting. It’s just over nine inches in diameter with a four and half inch centre hole. The light inside the ring is Rosco LitePad (known […]

Nissin MF18 ring flash announced

A new ring flash from Nissin has just been announced. It’s the MF18 Macro Flash for Nikon and Canon users. This new addition to Nissin’s acclaimed range of flash equipment allows photographers to achieve an even spread of light from their macro work which means an end to overexposed images and removes the problem of […]

Orbis Arm for Orbis Ringflash adaptor now available

The Orbis Arm that we announced back in August is now available. A month later than expected this mounting bracket enables your flash and Orbis Ringflash adaptor to be mounted together on a tripod. Full details of the release are below:   The orbis arm is an invaluable mounting bracket that makes the orbis even […]

Orbis develop arm to support their flash adaptor

Enlight Photo, the company behind the Orbis Ring Flash Adaptor have given pre -release information about a mounting bracket for their Ring Flash Adaptor. The Orbis Arm is a compact and lightweight mounting bracket designed to work with the Orbis Ring Flash and most SLR flashes, cameras and lenses. Built from 6061 aircraft grade aluminium […]

Rayflash Ringflash Adapter For Nikon SB900

Flaghead Photographic announce the availability of the long awaited Rayflash Ringflash Adapter for the Nikon SB900. The Rayflash  Ringflash Adaptor, a unique lighting accessory developed by a professional photographer from the Czech Republic creates the same lighting effect normally only available from ringflash units made by studio flash equipment manufacturers, which are expensive, heavy and […]

50% off Broncolor Ringflash P

      Sinar Bron Imaging currently have a promotion on their web site offering the Broncolor Ringflash P with a 50% discount when a new Para 220 FB or Para 330 FB is purchased at catalogue price. The offer expires on June 30 2009. Details here: Sinar Bron Imaging 2nd Quarter Promotions

Eirik Slyngstad wins first Orbis ring flash competition

The winner of the first Orbis competition is announced. Young Norwegian photographer Eirik Slyngstad wins, with his ethereal fashion-oriented image taken using the Orbis ring flash. The company said the competition was so hard to judge and they couldn’t pick a winner at all when they first started judging. "We agonised over our decision for […]

Video guide to Metz 15 MS-1

The Nikonians Site has posted a Video showing the Metz 15 MS-1 being used for indoor macro photography. You can see the video narrated by Martin Joergensen here: www.nikonians-podcasts.org/NPC-OLV-2009-03-16/ There’s also a podcast available of the video.

Orbis RingFlash competition

The makers of the Orbis RingFlash have announced a competition where the winner will recieve a voucher worth 250USD to spend with US photography retailer, Adorama. Whether you’re a keen amateur, student or professional photographer, it’s free to enter photos taken with, or featuring the orbis™ ring flash. To enter you need to submit your […]