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    Default good flash for macro...

    i got a question about what kind of flash i should get for macro shot...

    im planing to get the sunblizt ring flash as my budget is a little bit tight here... is there any other brand of flash that good for macro shot..?? or just get normal flash n mount it on a tripod... some skill about lighting for macro also allowed to share here... i've do some research but i don't get the information that i need... so if some fellow photography here want so share, u can do so...

    thanks... cheers...

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    Default Re: good flash for macro...

    70% of the time, i'm using a Nikon SB400.

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    Default Re: good flash for macro...

    Quote Originally Posted by KingOfNoobs View Post
    i got a question about what kind of flash i should get for macro shot...

    im planing to get the sunblizt ring flash as my budget is a little bit tight here... is there any other brand of flash that good for macro shot..?? or just get normal flash n mount it on a tripod... some skill about lighting for macro also allowed to share here... i've do some research but i don't get the information that i need... so if some fellow photography here want so share, u can do so...

    thanks... cheers...
    Just get a normal flash. Tumax will do just fine if u tight on budget. The sunblitz give very funny result on my fren's camera. Its like the TTL not working...

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    Default Re: good flash for macro...

    Hi. KingOfNoobs
    I am selling my extra pcs of Ringflash that use only 3-4 times then never use and kept in cabinet.

    View here
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=623739

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