LED Macro Ring For When Macro Mode Won’t Cut It

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DSLR’s can be tricky when you’re trying to get those ultra-tight macro shots, especially without a detachable viewfinder, since your body has the tendancy to cast a shadow on your subject. If you don’t have the right lenses, you might as well be using a point and shoot. While a wide assortment of point and shoots take macro shots pretty well on their own, the Marumi LED Macro Ring allows you to shine a little light on your super small shots.

With DSLR’s, the trouble with having the wrong lens is that you can’t focus properly without a special flash to brighten up the macro subject. This LED Macro Ring snaps right on to your tripod and camera, shining 8 LED’s to illuminate the lenses sensor. It’s a pretty cool (if not slightly overpriced) tool for $126. — Andrew Dobrow

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3 comments

  1. The camera these guys are marketing towards are for regular Point and Click cameras, not Digital Single Reflex Lens (DSLR) cameras. BTW, if you don’t feel like spending that much to buy that, you can always make your own. Go here for examples: http://fuzzcraft.fuzzphoto.eu/ringlights.html

  2. @ben: Yes you are correct. They are made for point and shoots as can be seen from the published image and out quote “While a wide assortment of point and shoots take macro shots pretty well on their own, the Marumi LED Macro Ring allows you to shine a little light on your super small shots.” Thanks for reading!

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