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- Published on Tuesday, 03 January 2012 06:23
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Compatible with lenses that accept 58mm filters.
I use this macro flash with a Canon 100mm 2.8 macro USM 1:1 +macro extension tubes. The light is strong, enough to be use camera from hand. You can take pictures at 1/100, F6, and ISO 400 f6 in house.
Generated light is much superior to the macro ring with 72 LEDs.
Specs of the macro flash ring:
Total current drain ~ 2.2Ah at 7.4V, (1x NB-2LH 7.4V/1200mAh LI-IO battery or indoor use 7V DC adapter with 2Ah)
Temperature after 10 minutes is ~55-60 °C
It is very lightweight: macro flash ring 102gr
The circuit is designed to have two phases of light, full or half (only half of the LEDs light up)
Range is 5-20cm, ideal for super macro.
Emitted Color : White
DC Forward Voltage (VF): 3.6 ~ 4.0 Vdc
DC Forward Current (IF): 300 ~ 400 mA
Reverse Voltage (VR): 5V
Reverse Current (Ii): 5uA
Temperature Co-Efficient: 0.04nm / Degree C
Viewing Angle: 140 Degree
Intensity Luminous (Iv): 90 ~ 95 LM
10pcs 6$ +1.10$ shipping
Copper Heat Sink:
100% brand new and high quality.
Great for high performance or over clocked systems.
Dissipates RAM heat improving its performance.
Reduce the temperature of the memory by up to 35%.
Compatible with all standards SD/DDR/ SDRAM.
Effective size fits on all motherboards.
High conductivity thermal adhesive tape.
Dimension: 12 x 11 x 4 mm.
8pcs 1.49$ +shipping 2.99$
DIY Macro Flash
I recommend to build this ring for macro photography lovers. It's compatible with all brands of camera: Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony, etc.
Another DIY macro flash ring project with 72pcs regular led.