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About SpinLight 360

• The SpinLight 360 EXTREME Modular System is a wonderful light control system for speed lights. With just a twist of the SpinLight Ring one can quickly and easily control the direction of light emanating from a speed light. The innovative Ring System allows for bounce cards and domes to be attached to the ring and with just one hand, the whole ring can be turned up to 360º to direct light to or away from your subject.

• No more harsh lighting or heavy side shadows! Included in the EXTREME Modular System are 2 black and 2 white bounce cards for varied uses and with the included domes, half-dome and gels, the light strength and quality can be adjusted to your needs.

• Using the included Velcro strap, the SpinLight Ring secures easily to almost any standard size shoe-mount flash.

• And with the SpinLight Ring in place, any one or a combination of light modifiers and gels can be attached to control light as your shooting situation demands. Two circular gels are included, but any gel can be customized to work with this unique gel system.

• The SpinLight Ring System is compatible with Nikon SB-600, Nikon SB-700, Nikon SB-800, Nikon SB-900, Nikon SB-910, Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT, Canon 480EX II, Sony HVL-F58AM flashes, and all flashes of similar size.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (5),Lightweight (4),Durable (3)
Best Uses:
Family photos (3),Weddings (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Pro photographer (4)

SpinLight 360 Features

  • Attaches Easily to Speed Light Flashes
  • Modifies the Direction of Light
  • Easily Rotates 360º
  • Includes 4 Distinct Bounce Cards
  • Includes Snoot, Light Domes and Gels
  • Unique Gel System Works with Any Gel
  • Fits Most On-Camera Mount Flash Units
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Reviews about this item

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4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

How do I Love Thee, Spinlight 360?

As a freelance news photographer I am constantly dealing with some of the most challenging lighting conditions. Things happen quickly and rarely is there time to move our subjects to where the half-decent light is. Press conferences, political rallies, ceremonies, and celebrations often take place in dark corridors or poorly lit auditoriums. But I am responsible for getting good shots, in spite of bad conditions. I also volunteer my photographic services to the Southeastern Pennsylvania (Phil...

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As a freelance news photographer I am constantly dealing with some of the most challenging lighting conditions. Things happen quickly and rarely is there time to move our subjects to where the half-decent light is. Press conferences, political rallies, ceremonies, and celebrations often take place in dark corridors or poorly lit auditoriums. But I am responsible for getting good shots, in spite of bad conditions. I also volunteer my photographic services to the Southeastern Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) chapter of the Red Cross. I'm covering fires, often in the dark of night, photographing people in makeshift shelters, chronicling fund raisers, children's holiday parties, celebrations, post-fire walk-throughs often in tenement conditions, and the annual Red Ball. Red Ball is the Chapter's key fund raiser each year and it is held in "Memorial Hall" (now the Please Touch Museum), a building erected in 1876 to commemorate the first centennial of the United State. This cavernous room is decked out for the occasion in red atmospheric lighting and there are no white ceilings or walls from which to bounce flash. The first year, I had the Red Carpet assignment, and I used the Spinlight 360 with my camera mounted on a tripod. In fact, it was my Spinlight's debut on my camera and it did not let me down. I used the large white card (to create a "little ceiling" and we had the best red carpet shots ever! This year I graduated to candids at the ball, where the dim lights and red accents were my biggest challenge. Spinlight 360 was a shining star, and so was the photographer! The success stories with my Spinlight 360 are mounting. A few weeks ago I photographed the Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame inductions in a VERY dimly lit auditorium. I was the only photographer with flash and I was the only photographer who had GREAT shots from the event. I'm thrilled with the Spinlight 360's performance and recommend it to every photographer in my circle. It comes with me on every assignment and gives me the confidence to know I'll be coming home with great photos.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

How do I Love Thee, Spinlight 360?

By

from Philadelphia, PA  -  Pro Photographer

As a freelance news photographer I am constantly dealing with some of the most challenging lighting conditions. Things happen quickly and rarely is there time to move our subjects to where the half-decent light is. Press conferences, political rallies, ceremonies, and celebrations often take place in dark corridors or poorly lit auditoriums. But I am responsible for getting good shots, in spite of bad conditions. I also volunteer my photographic services to the Southeastern Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) chapter of the Red Cross. I'm covering fires, often in the dark of night, photographing people in makeshift shelters, chronicling fund raisers, children's holiday parties, celebrations, post-fire walk-throughs often in tenement conditions, and the annual Red Ball. Red Ball is the Chapter's key fund raiser each year and it is held in "Memorial Hall" (now the Please Touch Museum), a building erected in 1876 to commemorate the first centennial of the United State. This cavernous room is decked out for the occasion in red atmospheric lighting and there are no white ceilings or walls from which to bounce flash. The first year, I had the Red Carpet assignment, and I used the Spinlight 360 with my camera mounted on a tripod. In fact, it was my Spinlight's debut on my camera and it did not let me down. I used the large white card (to create a "little ceiling" and we had the best red carpet shots ever! This year I graduated to candids at the ball, where the dim lights and red accents were my biggest challenge. Spinlight 360 was a shining star, and so was the photographer! The success stories with my Spinlight 360 are mounting. A few weeks ago I photographed the Northeast Philadelphia Hall of Fame inductions in a VERY dimly lit auditorium. I was the only photographer with flash and I was the only photographer who had GREAT shots from the event. I'm thrilled with the Spinlight 360's performance and recommend it to every photographer in my circle. It comes with me on every assignment and gives me the confidence to know I'll be coming home with great photos.

 
4.0

Total Control

By

from Flotown, NJ  -  Pro Photographer

I'm making a change from (mainly) "sports & Events" photography to "home & outdoor" portrait photography. This is just what I needed for a portable lighting setup. Light weight easy to use easy to change and most of all total control of light modification. Umbrellas and other large area modifiers are difficult to work with in the confines of most furnished homes and there is always the wind factor out of doors. With all the various attachments available to me in the spinlight 360 system, I just about eliminate the need for them. I have five speedlites, the complete spinlight 360 system, gels, snoot, bounce cards and grids. I purchased three extra spin rings for multi flash setups. There are two things I would like to see, that would bring this review up to 5 stars; 1 A barn door type of attachment 2. The reseller offer the separate spin ring attachment (I had to go to the manufacture's web site to order extras)

 
5.0

I now have 3 Extreme Kits.

By

from New Mexico  -  Pro Photographer

So glad to see SpinLight 360 expanding their offerings with the more complete gel kit. When I first discovered this system at PhotoPlus Expo in 2012 I immediately purchased an Extreme Kit. I now have 3 and they have become my favorite mod system for location fitness and adventure work. I LOVE the grids and use them more than the other mods. I like the way the Spinlight 360 turns the strobe into a circular light source. The round gels seat solidly and don't interfere at all with the attachment or removal of the modifiers. Even though I mostly use the CTO's to warm skin tones when shooting near the ends of the day I look forward to having their complete gel kit. https://www.facebook.com/MichaelDeYoungPhotography

 
5.0

I recommend this to all my friends

By

from Altadena, CA  -  Pro Photographer

Always connected to my flash Makes shooting with flash so ridiculously easy The results are simply great!

 
5.0

I would buy this product again.

By

from Houston Texas  -  Photo Enthusiast

The Spinlight allows you to bounce light from the ceiling or walls to your subject but flags any direct light, preventing any harsh lighting.

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MUSTAFA A  to the Adorama Purchasing Department: Why don't you offer the separate sinlight ring attachment? I had to go to the manufacture's website to get them, but I saw where other resellers offer them. I would much rather have purchased them from Adorama (and I plan to oorder more)
MICHELLE A  This is a question for Adorama Management! I don't have any input but I LOVE the SPINLIGHT...and I guess the "Sin Light too!" (giggle)
Howard S  Will it work with Olympus FL50r?
MICHELLE A  I would love to be able to answer with full confidence, but my onoy experience is with a Canon flash. Judging from the equipment, I suspect it will work. The flexible velcro strap that fits around the flash unit would seem to me to be adaptable to almost any flash. My guess would be YES, but it might be best to ask the manufacturer. I do like the way the unit works, and the sturdiness of the various elements. They are not going to loosen up or keep falling off the way some other diffusers tend to do I hope it will work for you. Michelle
Shopper  will this work on nikon sb 800 and 900 flashes?
DAVID W  The design permits using just about any speedlite from Canon, Nikon or the major after market suppliers such as Nissin. The one short coming is its weight. it makes having the flash head at any angle other than straight up or completely down difficult. Rotating the head for bounce works fine, Its just the angling up that is a problem until its fully up.

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