Phoenix Smart Flash RF46N Macro Ring Flash Nikon Digital SLR Cameras
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- Excellent flash for macro (close-up) photography. Can also be used for close up portaits
- i-TTL Dedicated for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. Works in full automatic, manual , exposure priority and aperture priority modes.
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|Included Components||Phoenix SmartFlash RF46N Macro Ring Flash -|
|Package Height||2.7 x 7 x 8.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Update: lasted only a year and a half. I've upgraded to a Sigma.
The flash unit is easy to use, and gives a flat, shadowless result. It is a bit bulky, but once the camera is installed in a tripod, the system is very reliable to use. It syncs well with the D80.
I use this flash with Nikon D80 & Sigma 105mm F2.8 macro lens
I would hightly recommmended this flash to anyone who is on a budget.
Adorama communicated by sending emails of order and shipment, and sent the product promptly, so no complaints there.
Important: very usefull for dentistry photos!
Used on only two occasions and while with enough fiddling with the exposure compensation the lighting was pretty good but by the second outing it began a peculiar little characteristic. I am using this with a Nikon D90 and when the camera would shut down the displays to conserve battery life the flash would completely lock out the circuitry of the camera requiring you to recycle the power on the camera in order to shoot another frame. It did this regardless of whether the flash was powered on or not and my local Nikon dealer warned that this could over time potentially damage the circuitry in the camera. Sorry Phoenix it's not an acceptable risk or a workable situation either so it's going back.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Out of the box would not work. Installed working batteries and followed the set up instructions by attaching it to hot shoe and attaching adapter ring to lens. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Donald J. Peitzman
Perfect flash for orthodontic photography !
I you wanna use it for other dental photos go with Nikon R1C1 or Metz 15ms-1.
Using with Nikon d5100 and sigma 105 mm macro
This unit is pure garbage! Great potential but garbage none the less. Batteries would not fit into the chambers. Once I did get them in the unit would not even power up. Read morePublished 7 months ago by lkrogers
Works well for dental macro photography. No frills, and must remember to turn off after each use, but does the job!!Published 16 months ago by Gabriel Iorgovan
I feel more time and experience with the new flash unit is needed
Have used it a few times but need more
Usage before making an informed opinion... Read more
While it worked, it was good at reasonable distances, but I got less than 100 exposures before it just stopped working. The TTL worked well as close as 0. Read morePublished 22 months ago by mr knight
I received this Smart Flash and it is a used item and doesn't work. I could tell it was used by the box. So worn and torn and and no instruction with the item. Read morePublished on April 6, 2014 by Travis Mask
1. In the product made from a plastic, a shoe is weak and breaks immediately.
2. The connecting cable deteriorated and broke in two years.
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