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Now there is an easy way to have the extra "flash power" you need in the field. The Flash X-Tender packs flat, weighs less than 3 ounces and sets up in 30 seconds and your flash output is extended a minimum of 2 full f-stops! Bring your birdsand animals to life with an eye highlight. Used and praised by nature photographers world-wide. When used with TTL (Through-The-Lens) flash metering, exposure is automatically handled by your camera and flash, and no special compensation is required.
Obviously there is no flash extender out there that will do the unrealistic job I want it to do but the Better Beamer FX-3 comes close. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark
cheaply built but works well, even I could build a better unit , and I will.Published 2 months ago by chrisking
Works very well, does exactly what it is supposed to do, easy assembly. I also bought the Lens Coat Beemer Keeper case, great combination.Published 4 months ago by Dennis P
Worked very well. Tested with a 55-250mm lens taking shot of a cardinal at 250mm focal length. The flash xtender illuminated the cardinal for a great exposure.Published 4 months ago by Leonard N.
Extends flash brightness to at least 100 feet. Having this range allows me to use the flash with a 600 lens and get really good results. Read morePublished 4 months ago by RR69
Does what it's supposed to, as it really allows me to bring out the details in backlit birds and get low light pics that I otherwise wouldn't have been able to without it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John D. Faneuff Jr.