Sto-Fen OM-600 Omni-Bounce Diffuser

Sto-Fen OM-600 Omni-Bounce Diffuser

Sto-Fen OM-600 Omni-Bounce Diffuser

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Sto-Fen OM-600 Omni-Bounce Diffuser

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  • For Nikon SB-600, Fujifilm EF-42, Nissin Di466, Olympus FL36, Panasonic DMW-FL360E, Photoflex Starfire Digital, Sunpak PZ-42X Flashes
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Enhance the quality of light coming from your on-camera flash with the OM-600 Omni-Bounce Diffuser from Sto-Fen. Designed for select flashes, this diffuser slides onto the flash head and will diffuse the light output, producing softer shadows and a more natural glow rather than the harsher effect created when using a direct flash. The diffuser also helps to provide even coverage across the entire frame which is especially useful for wide-angle shooting

Compatible Flashes
Nikon: SB-600
Fujifilm: EF-42
Nissin: Di466
Olympus: FL36
Panasonic: DMW-FL360E
Photoflex: Starfire Digital
Sunpak: PZ-42X
UPC: 812811001288

Sto-Fen OM-600 specs

Modifier Type Bounce Diffuser
Attachment Method Not Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 5.5 x 1.6"

Sto-Fen OM-600 reviews

OM-600 Omni-Bounce Diffuser is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 181.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Watch the angle! I've recently purchased it and still getting used to the power settings. What I've noticed is that it fits really snugly onto the SB-600 flash, and does make the light SO much softer. However, at night indoors, using the flash on camera TTL, pointing upwards at 75 degrees and bouncing it off a white ceiling, it really spreads the light and is very bright, to the extent of overexposing. When pointing the flash on camera straight forward, it seems to be do the opposite and underexposes the images, unless you move in to a few feet. I think for outdoor daylight fill flash, it will produce the best soft light, without that flash blasted look
Date published: 2009-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worlds Better Than Lumiquest Promax It's cheap, fits my SB-600 wonderfully (but still easy to remove), and diffuses light better than the way-more-expensive Lumiquest Promax system (not to mention it doesn't look completely ridiculous on your camera like Lumiquest products do). I originally bought the Promax based on internet reviews and also because I figured the size and complexity of it would make it a better diffuser when a ceiling isn't available. How wrong I was! This little omni-bounce, as simple as it may be, does a better job than the Promax at a fraction of the cost and size. It's cool that they also make a green and orange one to more-or-less mimic what a gel would do. I'm going to buy these also.
Date published: 2011-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does soften flash light Just got one of these a week ago. I've taken several test photos, mostly portraits and low light indoors of rooms. I use it on a Nikon SB600. The plain flash is really harsh, with the SB600 diffuser there is a big difference. Adding the Omni Bounce softens the light and warms the colors to a more natural hue. I also did tests with a bright, glossy, white wall as the back ground and it helped. All settings were the same, with the exact subject & back grounds and distance, just changed diffusers for the tests. I primary take photos of the kids & family. Very small price to pay for great memories! (can be an ad slogan ;-)
Date published: 2010-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A tool you can't live without! I had a couple of challenging shooting environments. One of which was an aluminum ceiling. This prevented me from bouncing directly off of it due to the weird shadows and reflections caused by the ceiling. After a little research I settled on the Sto-Fen Omni bounce. Its done a great job of sofening the light. By leaving it at 45 degrees you get a bounce off the ceiling and a little direct light on your subject. It looks great.
Date published: 2008-10-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice piece of tupperware Does what it is intended to do. Nice soft even light. Fits like a glove. Looks cool, too!
Date published: 2008-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just the ticket for softer flash outside If you're ever outside and want the close approximation of bounced flash but don't have a ceiling to work with, the Omni-Bounce is a great solution. I tend to use it outside only (preferring the look of regular bounce flash inside), and it does a great job of softening the flash and letting you it angle up, versus illuminating nothing but the sky otherwise. You can't beat this for the price, too! I wish the included documentation was a little more thorough with tips for use, but I can't complain. It's cheap enough to just buy and experiment.
Date published: 2010-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much better than Lumiquest Promax I first bought the huge, time-consuming, gaudy-looking Lumiquest Promax system. I thought that it being more expensive and more complex/complicated (and bigger) that it would do a better job. In fact, this smaller Omni-Bounce does a better job, and doesn't look ridiculous on your flash. It snaps on easy and stays on, but it's not difficult to remove when you want to.
Date published: 2011-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't buy cheaper versions!! This simple piece of plastic is one of the best accessories for your flash you can buy. It fits perfectly on my Nikon SB-600 as if it were an included accessory (and it should have been). When I use it as a bounce flash it gives a nice even light. As a fill flash it is perfect. Don't buy cheaper items. This one fits like a glove and is very well made.
Date published: 2010-07-12
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