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Saga Ring Flash for Macro Lens (#270)

Manufacturer: Saga
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Saga fiber-optic ring flash for macro lenses, the ring is attached to the very tip of the Saga or Nauticam macro wet lenses, with 21 fiber-optic cables, 2 mm in diameter, evenly spaced around the circumference. The real benefit of using a ring flash is the ability to evenly light subjects in tight spaces or close proximity, when traditional strobes would prove cumbersome.
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Saga fiber-optic ring flash for macro lenses, the ring is attached to the very tip of the Saga or Nauticam macro wet lenses, with 21 fiber-optic cables, 2 mm in diameter, evenly spaced around the circumference. The real benefit of using a ring flash is the ability to evenly light subjects in tight spaces or close proximity, when traditional strobes would prove cumbersome.

Main Features

  • The Saga fiber optic ring flash for macro diopters is an accessory that concentrates the strobe's light using fiber optic cables.
  • Its operation is simple: it adapts to the head of the flash, splits the light into multiple optical cables and carry it in front of the magnifying lens, it is ideal for extreme macro photography and provides even lighting.
  • The working distance is designed to work with accessory macro lenses, approximately from 2.5 cm to 10 cm.
  • The Saga ring flash is compatible with all the wet macro lenses from SAGA and with the Nauticam SMC-1, CMC-1 & CMC-2.
  • The system simply snaps onto the front of the strobe and macro lens, making it easy to install or remove underwater, thus you are not locked into shooting only one style of photography underwater.
  • By providing a circular light, you can compose the image either horizontally or vertically and we will have an even illumination in difficult places where with a conventional flash we could not illuminate (cracks, holes, etc.).