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    Default Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    It's really inexpensive ( less than US$37 and free shipping), so it's almost worth getting it blind just to try it out.

    But I wonder whether anybody here has tried to do macros with one.

    I'd be using it with the 50mm Zuiko and 150mm Sigma macro lenses on my E-5, mostly for bugs, flowers, etc., in the field.

    Here's a link to it on Amazon:
    Amazon.com: RF550D Travor LED Macro Ring Flash for DSLR Camera (4 x AA): Electronics


    To be a bit more specific, can this LED-based unit operate in flash mode rather than just as continuous illumination? If so, how brief can the flashes be and still give enough light to be useful (for macros)?
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I confess I have never used a ring flash so I am on dodgy ground saying .. I prefer a ring light. For macro work the area illuminated is so small that it can be continuously lit which surely makes focussing and composition easier. I have a cheap Phoenix DRLLED. Works for me even though the one I have has a battery fault and I need to run it off the mains.

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I've never tried a ring light. Shooting in the field with wind, wandering bugs, etc., I usually depend on the flash to stop the action. But thanks for the pointer to the Phoenix unit.

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tetragnathid View Post
    I'd be using it with the 50mm Zuiko and 150mm Sigma macro lenses on my E-5, mostly for bugs, flowers, etc., in the field.
    Same here, although with my other lenses & E-1. Certainly looks like something to consider if on a budget. I have been wanting something like that for a long time.

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    If we can't locate a good review of the gizmo, I'll probably buy one and post a report here.

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I see it for $26 on ebay (including shipping). I've never had a problem with Chinese/Hong Kong photo items.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I have this exact thing, which I bought a few months ago from Adorama (model Flashpoint VL-48, but when you get it, it says RF-550D on the box). I haven't used it yet, but I can tell you that it can operate in either flash mode or continuous light mode. One thing I did not like about it is that even though it does have the ability to use either the right or left-side lights, it will only do this in flash mode - i.e. in continuous mode, all you can have is all the lights on (although you can adjust the brightness). However, I think it would be easy to make a paper cover to cover half the lights and put it under one of the plastic diffusers.

    I'm sorry, but I cannot answer your question about the useability and duration of the light in flash mode, since I haven't really tried it.

    I think the unit seems pretty sturdy, and definitely worth the cost (I paid more at Adorama). One good thing about it is that the adapter rings go all the way up to 77mm, which is kind of hard to find, based on my looking around back when I bought this item.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    OK, I've ordered one, which should arrive from China within a couple weeks. I'll post a review once I've had a chance to get to know it.

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I have used this a few times recently (only in always-on mode). I like it - it gives a very uniform light. One problem I had with it is the 67mm adapter is really a 72. It isn't that they gave me 2 72s by mistake. No, they correctly gave me a 67 and 72. But the 67 is exactly the same size as the 72. And wouldn't you know that the lens I want to use it on, the 14-54, is 67. Grrrrr! So, I need a 67 to 72 step-up ring. In the meantime, I got good results just holding the ring beside the lens.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Is it possible to hold the ring right in front of the lens vs. beside it? I would be using it with the 14-54 as well.
    Jack: Which lens will you be using it on?

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Yes, you could hold it in front of the lens, as long as you're careful to center it exactly. Otherwise you'll see it in the frame. I did it once myself and it was fine, but you don't have to be so careful holding it to the side, which is why I did that more.

    Of course, a stepup ring is pretty cheap, and is the right way to do it. Also, maybe they've discovered their error and later kits have the 67 correct. But it's kind of hard for them to notice - it says "67" on it, but it really is a 72, which you quickly learn when you try to use it.

    I should also mention that at wide angles, you see some of it at the edges of the frame, especially if you use one of the defusers. But I used it fine zoomed in somewhat on a Canon-mount 17-70 lens (same as 14-54 after crop facter), which I could mount it on properly because the lens is 72.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Mine just arrived; haven't tried it yet, as I'm busy photographing a great bloom (if that's the right word) of slime mold in my front yard.

    @RAH: My 67mm adapter seems to be the right size.

    @AnnF: There are adapters that screw into the filter threads for 49-77 mm diameter lenses. The ringlight fits over the adapter, sticking out around 23 mm beyond the front of the lens. So it's screwed directly to the front of the lens. The ringlight attaches to its power/control unit via the usual kind of coiled electrical cord; mine stretches to around 40 cm with little tension and could go farther. I suppose you could do various DIY mounts if you had a reason to. I expect to be using it with my Sigma 150 mm and Zuiko 50 mm macros.

    Once I get some experience with it, I'll post a note about it.

    Incidentally, the instruction manual seems to claim a 1/100 second flash duration. If that's true, it answers one of my basic questions: Will this unit stop motion like a regular strobe does? Answer: Apparently not, and there may be some fiddliness with synching (e.g., 1/250 s may waste 60% of the flash's light). It is, of course, a manual flash (no TTL).
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tetragnathid View Post
    @AnnF: There are adapters that screw into the filter threads for 49-77 mm diameter lenses. The ringlight fits over the adapter, sticking out around 23 mm beyond the front of the lens. So it's screwed directly to the front of the lens. The ringlight attaches to its power/control unit via the usual kind of coiled electrical cord; mine stretches to around 40 cm with little tension and could go farther. I suppose you could do various DIY mounts if you had a reason to. I expect to be using it with my Sigma 150 mm and Zuiko 50 mm macros.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tetragnathid View Post
    @RAH: My 67mm adapter seems to be the right size.
    Interesting. I was wondering what you'd get. I'm kind of surprised that you got a good set. I guess one "batch" or something was incorrectly made but then someone noticed it. I wonder if I should report this to Adorama, if anyone would actually do anything about it, not necessarily for me, but just to fix the problem with the kit they are selling.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I've used a standard LED ring light for macro work extensively, especially watch photography at BaselWorld, using m4/3 cameras (EP1, GF2, EPL1) with both the 35 and 50 macro lenses. Works phenomenally well and is a wonderful way of lighting small objects relatively brightly and with minimal shadows. Get close enough and you can also avoid specular highlights from the LEDs.

    Here's one taken at BaselWorld 2012:



    GF2, Zuiko 50 f2.

    You can see some reflections of the LEDs in the top, but this was hand-held, taken at the Bucherer booth, otherwise very poorly lit. An absolute life-saver in those kinds of conditions. :-)

    PS: Here's a nicer one...

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    John, where were you holding the light in relation to the watch?

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I wasn't holding it anywhere: it is a ring LED around the front of the lens. It attaches there and stays on the system...

    In the following photos, you can see the LED attached to the lens, then the LEDs turned on, then the 50 attached to the Panasonic 4/3>m4/3 adapter, and then a quick-and-dirty shot with the lens and LED unit. :-) All done within the last 5 minutes (of which 2 minutes were spent grabbing the goods) and resized quickly to be not quite so large. Easy-peasy for mobile macro work, and the only downside is that the 50 f2 doesn't go down to 1:1, like the 35 does (my older daughter is using that one via adapter on her EP1.

    They're very, very useful bits of kit, dirt cheap (I paid around 50 three years ago!) and while one can most certainly do better with "proper" lighting, there is little to complain for location work when trying to capture the feel of the watches involved without having any decent lighting, extremely limited time (I have perhaps 15-20 minutes to capture 4-7 watches at best) and within a dynamic setting (people walking around, lots of noise, very cramped quarters (absolutely no chance of setting up a tripod) and did I mention extremely limited time?

    The nicest is that I can get the shots and transfer them via EyeFi card to my tablet for almost immediate perusal when talking with the PR folks after getting the shots. That alone tends to blow PR people away, especially since you can get it online within a very short period of time to help capture the immediacy of the trade show for my reading public.

    Oh, and I should have cleaned off the watch. My bad.
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    Oh sorry, I assumed you hadn't had it connected. I like the lighting on the last pic. I will get one when I can.
    Jack; How long do you expect to wait for it?

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    @Ann Mine has arrived; now it's just an issue of making some time to give it a thorough testing.

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    Oh sorry, that's right, you did say it arrived. That was fast!

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    I must admit this one looks interesting - I will try to get one, I think.
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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tetragnathid View Post
    Thank you. It was very helpful. Looking forward to getting one for myself.

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    Default Re: Anybody have experience with the Travor RF-550D LED ringlight?

    Quote Originally Posted by RAH View Post
    Interesting. I was wondering what you'd get. I'm kind of surprised that you got a good set. I guess one "batch" or something was incorrectly made but then someone noticed it. I wonder if I should report this to Adorama, if anyone would actually do anything about it, not necessarily for me, but just to fix the problem with the kit they are selling.
    I am following up on this topic (and quoting myself) to let everyone know that I did send an email to Adorama telling them that with this ring light I got a 67mm adapter ring that really is 72mm - even though it says "67" on it (resulting in me having two 72s and no 67). I got a response in about a week (right around Christmas, which I think is pretty good service), asking me to send them photos of the ring to show what I meant. So I did, sending some spectacular pictures of the 72 and 67 side-by-side at different angles. I got an intermediate reply that they were checking with the manufacturer, etc. Then today, I just got a reply from them that they are sending me a free 67-72 step-up ring. This is great and will solve the problem perfectly. I assume that they were glad to know about this problem so it doesn't happen to others who buy the kit. Anyway, I'd just like people to know that Adorama gives good service.
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    Thanks. That's good to know!

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