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Mar 1, 2011

You’d Be Hard-Pressed to Find a Cheaper Ring-Flash Than This $40 One

Looking a whole heap more professional than a DIY ring-flash, Photojojo's $40 flash is light in two ways: it weighs just 700 grams, and uses the light from your existing flashgun to illuminate your photos evenly, and strongly.

It doesn't have its own lights like expensive ring-flashes, but if you're not willing to fork out double or even triple the price of Photojojo's F160, then it's a nice compromise. 

20 comments:

Chris said...

A ring flash?? Mind = blown

Rachel Neilson said...

what does it do????

lovebloggin said...

wow thats crazy

Peanutzzz said...

looks stupid....

¡ɥsoſ said...

How do you make it?¿

Guy Movie Blogger said...

Call me stupid, but I never even heard of these ring flashes before.

Zakk said...

Just showing my support by stopping by. That's really awesome btw.

Con Queso said...

LOL, A good idea but man that looks silly.

baxxman said...

How many batteries do you need?
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anonymous said...

what is the need for this? :o

ankmanpro said...

Wow that looks hella neat. Followed!
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EpitomeofStrange said...

I don't understand what's it for?

Inhia said...

this is so baller. thanks for sharing

becca said...

cool

Drackar said...

Useful only if you already have an external flash that's bulky enough to work. There are other designs that work well for people to cheep to even buy an external flash.

The Faustian Man said...

That is really cheap.

Jack.CA said...

interesting idea, but it probably cuts down on the flash's power by at least one full stop.

nice blog btw.

Grey said...

Wow that's a great deal! Do you have any more reviews on similar flash rings or hand help units?

Tyler Myer said...

Nuts!! Keep in touch!

Thai said...

wow. this flash is really ...um unique. i think if some one pulled that out , i would laugh first ....then i would be a little jelly cause i dont have one.

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