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Orbis Ring Flash Diffusing Attachment

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Orbis
Orbis Ring Flash Diffusing Attachment
Key Features
  • Affixes to Most Hotshoe Flashes to Give Ring-Flash-Like Results
The Orbis Ring Flash is designed to affix onto the front of a common shoe-mount flash and is suspended around the circumference of a lens. The Orbis does not produce light independently, rather it is a light modification device that produces an effect similar to studio ring flashes usually costing ten times the price of the Orbis.

A ring flash is one of the best ways to light for a still-life, portrait, or macro shoot. Its effect is unmistakable and very distinct.

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Will it fit well with a Canon t5i? And what type of flash will be best to use with?
Asked by: Teresa A.
The Orbis ring flash will accommodate pretty much any speedlight of medium or large size, including a Lumopro LP180 or Canon 550EX. The fit is not glove tight , but is adequate for most needs. A bit of gaffer tape may help to improve fitment, with the flash head adjusted to the vertical position. Large and bulky, it will probably work best off-camera, using a 3' or 6' coiled TTL remote cord, or other remote trigger. It will work fine with the Canon t5i, or any other camera, just not attached to an on-camera flash.
Answered by: Philip R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Can you tell me if this product will fit the Sigma EF-610 DG Super?
Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately no, it is not compatible with the Sigma EF-610 flash. Here is a link to a list of all the compatible flashes:http://enlightphotopro.com/orbis-faqs/
Answered by: Dan W.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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