Orbis To Ray Flash: Ring Flashes Under $200

Orbis To Ray Flash: Ring Flashes Under $200

Kristen Lubbe
Mar 1, 2011

We absolutely love the look that a ring flash provides but our budget crunching ways are prohibiting us from running out to B&H to pick up the one we dream about. We've been reading a lot about budget friendly ring flash adapters that seem to be holding up to the big guns. We've found four that have really caught our eye.

The Ring Flash Adapter, $40.00: The adapter is a reflective circle that attaches to the front of your external flash. It requires no batteries or cords because it uses the flash you already have. Provides studio quality lighting without spending the hundreds of dollars for a professional ring flash.

ExpoImaging Ray Flash Adapter, $199.95: This flash adapter can be used for Canon and Nikon Portable Flash Units. The adapter is super light and portable — so it's really simple and easy to pack with the rest of your equipment. Connect using a Canon/Nikon hot shoe flash.

Orbis Ring Flash, $199.00: Helps create shadowless photos and works with your camera system. No batteries or bulbs needed because it uses the flash you already have.

ePhoto Macro Ring Lighting with 6 Lens adapter, $59.99: Macro Ring Lighting Unit powered by 48 LEDs. Fits on most cameras due to the lens adapter. Uses 2 AA batteries or DC power.

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