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  • Perfect! <3 love it

    posted by Ribbon96

    -Cheap-Looks more like natural light than other i`ve tested- Nice quality on item- comes with 4 diffusers (3 as one is transparent)- Many filter sizes- Feels like its safe under the shipment-Fast shipment- Its smal and compact so i have it in my camera bag (caden k1 which should be checked out! its a splendid bag i bought here on dx)
    Really nice product. i realy like the thing that you can use it as a flash (doesnt work with me as im using it on a sony alpha camera....
    Buy this if you want a macro light! its cheap Sony users should be aware that there is a model with sony hot shoe so buy that instead!.
  • Great bulb

    posted by tsip899

    Very nice finish and good manufacturing materials. If it lasts a long time will be a good purchase.Easy to useNice price (hope to come down a little bit) compared to local prices in greece. It fits easily.Warm white light is the best... really warm.I would say suprisingly good bulbThe bulbs come in their original packaging, undamaged.
    All work perfectly for now ..The light is nice compared to it's price and lm.
    If you plan to change your old lights this is a choice i recomend for small rooms .

    posted by KrisEz

    This ring is SUPER BRIGHT! I was shooting at F22 (1/60) in a dark room! The diffusion is great, the cord length is perfect, the ring adaptors work perfectly.
    The amount of light comming from this little ring is really quite stunning. It is effective to 2 stops at 2m, so probably not good for any non-macro uses.
    Unfortunately my lenses are all a bit big for this unit so it will be a birthday present for a friend, but it should fit most dedicated macro lenses or kit lenses.Its a bit expensive, but once you turn it on you'll realise you are getting what you pay for.
  • Great for power saving

    posted by shusting

    -Uses less than 1W of power (measured with a watt meter at the socket)
    -Should last longer than my other bulbs (only had it a few months now, though)
    -More of a spotlight than flood light, great for small-area usage
    -Doesn't seem to be of the brightest 22,000mcd LED's - that would probably improve things greatly.
    -Will still pay for itself in electricity savings if you're using an incandescent. If you're using a CFL, you're probably better off with what you've got or try another LED bulb ;)
  • Smallest E14 LED bulb I've seen so far!

    posted by JayDee2011

    Really tiny; Smallest E14 LED lamp I've come across; Fits in a lamp housing where you don't have much room; Provides a LOT of light; Good value for money.
    This lightbulb basically consists of a E14 socket, a PCB with some electronics + the LEDs on it, and a transparent, plastic cap to cover all. This cap is mounted on the E14 socket by means of screw-thread. Mine was a bit loose when it came out of the packaging. As it is plastic, you don't want to tighten it too fast and take a risk in breaking it. If it's not tight enough, and in a later stage you want to remove the light bulb from the socket holder, it can occur that you don't remove the entire bulb, but only un-screw the plastic cap while the rest of the bulb stays inside your socket older... If you just keep this in mind when installing/removing the bulb, you'll be OK.
    This is the smallest E14 LED lamp so far... and for a good price too! Quick quick, let me hit the Buy button once more!


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