Bower SFD14N

Bower SFD14N offers a fast recycling time in a compact, durable body. It features Ring size: 52mm (incl. adapter rings up to 67mm); Angle of Coverage Equivalent to 50mm lens (35mm format); TTL Dedication; Recycle Time 6 seconds with alkaline batteries, 4 seconds with NiMH batteries.

Overall Rating: ★★★★★ | Latest Price Info

User Opinions

Bower SFD14N User Reviews

Excellent Marco Ringlight, great price
“I decided to give this macro ringlight flash a try and found it be be very usefull for all types of macro photography. I use it on my D300 in i-ttl mode and the exposures and even light are right on. At 1/5th the price of the Nikon system and a complete ring strobe mounted in front of your lens, it is hard to beat.” – By Mike
Rating: ★★★★☆

Great Ringlight for the price
“You can’t beat this strobe for the price! It’s I-TTL compatible with my Nikon D300 and much more affodable than the Nikon model. I like that it is supplied with enough adapter rings to fit 52mm to 67mm. Conveniently short recycle time.” – By Bill
Rating: ★★★★★

Wonderful Macro Accessory
“I gave this 5 stars for macro stuff. Its amazing for macro stuff. As far as stuff just beyond macro (like a portrait), its ok but still pretty good. MUCH cheaper than buying the really expensive Nikon product. I’m really really happy with it.” – By bspencer505
Rating: ★★★★★

Bower Macro Ringlight Flash
“I use this ring flash on my Nikon 70-180 macro lens on a Nikon D300. My primary use of it is to shoot bugs and insects. It works very well and gives just the right amount of light. I haave found it also very good for shooting portraits because of the even light from all around the subject. I am very happy with it.” – By carylwithay
Rating: ★★★★★

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Features & Specifications

Bower SFD14N Features & Specifications

The Bower SFDRL14N TTL Macro Ringlight Flash provides full TTL control (including i-TTL) with both digital or film SLR cameras. This allows for accurate exposures of closeup subjects. When shooting at extremely short distances, relatively minor movement of lighting and subject results in relatively large changes of exposure. TTL metering eliminates the need for lengthy calculations of exposure, because the inherent loss of light at macro distances can automatically be accounted with ease.

• Fully dedicated with i-TTL

• Provides approx. 100-200 flashes

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