Sunpak DSLR67 Non Dedicated Macro LED Ring Light for Lenses with 67mm Filter Thread

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About Sunpak DSLR67

The Sunpak LED Macro Ring Light is a powerful, versatile LED ring light that has been specially designed for macro photography. Equipped with 12 high powered bright white LEDs, it features a variable power switch to quickly and easily optimize the light output. A larger inner diameter makes the light compatible with almost any SLR lens. The light mounts to the cameras hotshoe and the bendable arm allows you to move the LEDs into the correct position.

The Sunpak DSLR67 is commonly used for General purpose and more.The Sunpak DSLR67 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast among others.The Sunpak DSLR67 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Sunpak DSLR67: Consistent output, Durable, Easy to use, Lightweight and Versatile

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (11),Lightweight (11),Consistent output (8),Versatile (6),Durable (4)
Best Uses:
General purpose (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (8)

Sunpak DSLR67 Features

  • 12 high-powered LED's
  • Flexible shaft for positioning the light in front of the camera lens
  • High and low settings for perfect lighting
  • Works on just 3 AAA batteries

Sunpak DSLR67 Specifications

Compatibility
SLR / DSLR Lenses with 67mm Diameter
Power
3 AAA batteries
Mfr #
DSLR67MRL
SKU
SUDSLR67

Sunpak DSLR67 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4

(based on 13 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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    (5)

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  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

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  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great for Video fill on Olympus E-PL1

Found a great tool for fill light on E-PL1 videos of interviews with people. Have to be care full if they wear glasses however.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

A cheap alternative

If you have plenty of room to maneuver, this will get light to your small subject. If there is anything in view that reflects, you might get a small ring of lights in your photo. Overall, it does the job for some close-up work.

Reviewed by 13 customers

 
5.0

Works great, cheap, flexible, I just ordered another

By

from Columbia, SC

I use it for close up and macro photography. Use it as a ring light or any angle top/side/bottom that you need for light. Extremely flexible and extremely low cost. Two brightness settings.

 
4.0

Great to keep in your bag

By

from Dothan, Al  -  Pro Photographer

I do a lot of close-up photos and this is the perfect tool for my work. Versatile and easy to use, places a good amount of light right where you need it. Works great with many lens and camera makes.

 
1.0

Ringlight not for portraiture

By

from Dalla, TX  -  Pro Photographer

I bought this ringlight because it was supposed to have a filter thread of 67mm, the same as my 85mm. There are no threads at all on this light so it just kind of hangs there. It is useless with the 85mm which is why I bought it.I was planning to use this for portature but the LEDs seem too bright for the subject. IT is hard on the eyes. It did work better on my 50mm because it actually fit around the lens and could not move out of place or into the lens view area like it would on the 85mm. Plus I think the LEDs are a bit harsh for portrature. It works great for still life photography. Too bad I do not do much these days.

 
5.0

It works!

By

from Alabama  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Since buying my macro lens I've been in search of the best lighting I can get with a limited budget in mind. I've tried other products but so far this is the easiest and least cumbersome solution. I shoot a lot of bugs and this allows me to get close without another piece of equipment in the way. I bought the step up adapter ring for my 100mm lens and it does a great job of keeping the ring light out of my shots. I had read some reviews where people said the light could creep into the shot without the photographer being aware of it. The adapter was well worth the few extra dollars. I would recommend the ring light and adapter ring.

 
5.0

Does What it is Supposed to

By

from Philadelphia, PA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this with a 55mm Macro lens and it works great giving even lighting to my subject.

 
5.0

I would recommed this product.

By

from Coarm, NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great light for macro work and for copying my prints for use in my computer.

 
4.0

Good LED Ring Light For the Money

By

from Benton, LA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I have not used this a lot yet, but it seems to do a good job of lighting macro subjects. It is a very affordable alternative to the very expensive, dedicated macro flash units.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

New video helper

By

from Santa Cruz, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Found an ideal face light for those on the fly video projects indoors and out

 
5.0

Great Product from Sunpak

By

from Salem MA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This product was invaluable while photographing small jewelry items, coins, stamps and just about every small item I put it over. Outdoors it was great while shooting insects and flowers. The two output settings it offers are suitable in a large variety of situations. For the price it is just a remarkable addition to my tool kit.

 
4.0

Was well worth the money.

By

from Mississippi Gulf Coast  -  Photo Enthusiast

Works great when photographing gem stones, coins, other small items. Worked well for portraits and all macro photos so far. Looking forward to spring and the small wildlife that abounds here. One of the best investments I have made.

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Paul B  Will this ring flash work with a Sony A camera hotshoe?
PHILIP C  The light is either on or off. I made the same assumption that it was a "flash". The light does illuminate well and have used it often with good results.
Paul B  Thanks...but that is not my question....please ... Has anyone...tried this unit on a Sony camera? The Sony has a different hotshoe than most cameras.
Paul B  Will this ring flash work with a Sony A camera hotshoe?
PHILIP C  The light is either on or off. I made the same assumption that it was a "flash". The light does illuminate well and have used it often with good results.
Paul B  Thanks...but that is not my question....please ... Has anyone...tried this unit on a Sony camera? The Sony has a different hotshoe than most cameras.
Paul B  Will this ring flash work with a Sony A camera hotshoe?
PHILIP C  The light is either on or off. I made the same assumption that it was a "flash". The light does illuminate well and have used it often with good results.
Paul B  Thanks...but that is not my question....please ... Has anyone...tried this unit on a Sony camera? The Sony has a different hotshoe than most cameras.
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