Sony HVL-RLAM Ring Light £129.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Sony HVL-RLAM Ring Light £129.99 @ Play

DeanSupreme uk Avatar
6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
The Sony HVL-RLAM is not a Ringflash in the true sense of the word as it uses LED technology rather than a flash tube. Designed specifically for use with Sony digital SLR's the output can be controlled using either the left or right side of the unit or the whole area. Ideal for close-up or macro work with an effective working distance of between 0.1 and 0.5m and an output of 150lux at 0.3m. Powered by 4 AA batteries and supplied with 49mm and 55mm adapter rings.

Seems like this is over the £250 price everywhere else..Not sure if the light is any good myself but I am tempted to get it for my Sony A700 setup.
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
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http://a.img-dpreview.com/reviews/SonyDSLRA100/Images/Accessories/HVL-RLAM.jpg
#2
you'd have to pay me a lot more than £130 to flash my ring
#3
Not bad but you can make your own for about a fiver!
#4
Yeah I have thought about making my own Blue Peter style before but never get round to it.
#5
my order was cancelled - play.com up to it's usual standards.
#6
Sybarite
my order was cancelled - play.com up to it's usual standards.


Did they not give a reason why??

Edited By: DeanSupreme uk on Jul 27, 2010 14:27: ?
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DeanSupreme uk
Sybarite
my order was cancelled - play.com up to it's usual standards.


Did they not give a reason why??


Because they're c*nts. ;) Seriously they cancel loads of orders, it drives me mad. Low stock was the reason given. The problem is that their online catalogue isn't a realtime system.

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