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Canon MR-14EX II Macro Ring Lite

BH #CAMR14EXII • MFR #9389B002
Canon MR-14EX II Macro Ring Lite
Key Features
  • Compatible with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II
  • Twin-Tube Design & 12 Custom Functions
  • Guide Number: 45.9' at ISO 100
  • Coverage: 80° Vertical & Horizontal
The MR-14EX II Macro Ring Lite Flash from Canon is designed for use with Canon macro lenses for close-up photography. With a guide number 34' at ISO 100 per side, its twin tube design allows each flash tube to fire independently, or simultaneously to provide a combined guide number of 46' at ISO 100. White LED focusing lamps and two types of modeling lights allow for accurate previewing of the light's effect.
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I want to shoot portraits with this. Is it large enough to use the Sigma Art 35mm 1.4 lens? Or the Sigma 50 1.4 Art lens?
Asked by: Mark T.
There is a major compatibility issue with almost ANY lens here. Though it is a great flash, Canon designed it with a major shortcoming, the filter thread for attaching to the lens is only at 67mm. You're pretty much restricted to the macro lenses. I learned this the hard way, after I bought it. It won't even work with the Canon 24-70 lens or the Canon 24-105 lens. I find this really stupid from Canon. The Sigma EM-140 DG Macro Ringlight Flash for Canon will at least go to 77mm, and will work with the Sigma lens you referenced as it has a 77mm filter thread.
Answered by: Edward K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Has anyone used this ring light flash for wedding ...

Has anyone used this ring light flash for wedding photography? Specifically receptions?
Asked by: Jessica
100% do not use for a wedding the following unit does not offer enough out-put and will be very slow using. Please review the following item for a better end-user experience. With a ring light Godox Ring Flash Head for AD200 and AD200Pro Pocket Flashes BH #GOR200 • MFR #R200 https://bhpho.to/3VlxIkD Godox AD200Pro TTL Pocket Flash Kit BH #GOAD200PRO • MFR #AD200PRO https://bhpho.to/2lqSZgq
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2022-10-06

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Will this attach to a Sigma 150 Macro (newest version)?
Asked by: Charles
I don't think so.
Answered by: SUMEET C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Is this compatible with Canon R5

Is this compatible with Canon R5
Asked by: Cameron
Yes Canon MR-14EX II Macro Ring Lite is compatible with the Canon R5
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-12-13

What's the difference between the version I and ...

What's the difference between the version I and version II models of the MR-14EX flash?
Asked by: Eric
The Canon MR-14EX II has a redesigned user-interface to match the rest of the Canon speedlite line-up, half-stop adjustments instead of full-stop adjustments, faster recycling times, 12 custom functions (up from 7).
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2022-07-18

Is this light soft or do I need to add some type ...

Is this light soft or do I need to add some type of modifier?
Asked by: Philip
The simple answer is NO. This light does not provide a soft light. However, I think with some ingenuity you could soften the light, say white cloth or tissue between the source and subject. Hope this helps
Answered by: Julian
Date published: 2022-08-15

Does the Canon R7 support ETTL on this flash?

Does the Canon R7 support ETTL on this flash?
Asked by: TOM
Yes, the Canon EOS R7 would support E-TTL with the MR-14EX II Macro Ring Lite along with the help of the Canon AD-E1 Multi-Function Shoe Adapter, BH # CAOCSAADE1. https://bhpho.to/3wokTuk
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-02-23

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does this have the ability to be both flash and constant light for lets say video?
Asked by: Anonymous
Not really, it has a modeling lamp but it would not be purposeful for continuous lighting it is only to preview shadows. This unit is really only good for still close up and macro photog and primarily with the. 100mm macro lens ( either version).Hopes this helps.
Answered by: FRANK P.
Date published: 2019-06-06
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