Flashpoint 14″ Dimmable Ring Light

Posted by Peter Nitsch | November 28th, 2012 Share

Flashpoint 14" Dimmable Ring Light

If you’re a fan of ring flashes I would recommend the Flashpoint 14″ Dimmable Ring Light ($99.95). The flash has an 80 watt circular bulb to provide constant illumination for even, shadow-free lighting and is balanced to 5600 Kelvin. It will work with any system, film or digital, and mounts on a light stand. This is especially ideal for head shots and beauty lighting providing detailed, even-lit images. If you want to use it in a studio you can use the AC cord. Another good ring flash device is RoundFlash. ❚ Flattr this

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