DLSR Camera LED Ring Light by Oh! Wow.

Nov 20, 2014

Category: Tech

Making a little coin on the side as a photographer used to require an investment of thousands of dollars, but with affordable DSLR cameras out there, and now a little something called the Oh! Wow. Ring Light, you’re one step closer to going from hobby to money-making hobby.

This funky little accessory promises studio-quality lighting at a bargain price. It serves as a ring flash and constant light that fits your Canon or Nikon DSLR. Just plug it into your camera’s hot shoe and attach it to the front of your lens and the 60 LEDs deliver smooth, even lighting with three brightness options. This means crystal clear photos indoors, or use the constant mode for shooting evenly lit videos. The accessory runs on four AA batteries, so it can be used without the camera, and it includes adapters for all standard lenses: 49, 52, 55, 58, 62, 67, 72, and 77mm. [Purchase]

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