Konig 35 LED Camera Light (for SLR) £8.80 @ CPC
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Konig 35 LED Camera Light (for SLR) £8.80 @ CPC

£8.80£21.9960%CPC Farnell Deals
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Found 28th Dec 2017
This seems a worthwhile punt. Good reviews at £21.99 on Amazon. Takes 2 AA batteries. Only 11 left in stock at time of posting.
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cool, does this do ETTL II ?? :-)
Seems like a good price. Is this compatible with Nikon DSLRs? I have the D3200
RJ15 m ago

Seems like a good price. Is this compatible with Nikon DSLRs? I have the …Seems like a good price. Is this compatible with Nikon DSLRs? I have the D3200


Datasheet here doesn't specify.
Edited by: "HarryFenner" 28th Dec 2017
nickdgardiner27 m ago

cool, does this do ETTL II ?? :-)


No it doesn't. It gives continuous light, it is not a flash. Compatible with any camera.
RJ122 m ago

Seems like a good price. Is this compatible with Nikon DSLRs? I have the …Seems like a good price. Is this compatible with Nikon DSLRs? I have the D3200


Standard hotshoe mount, so there's no reason it wouldn't.
It looks a complete bag of s***e.
It's taller than it's wide, which is opposite to your camera's sensor orientation.
So who knows if the light spread will cover the scene you're shooting.

I'd recommend lights by "Aputure".
Especially when you can get them for free or at discounted rates
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell38 m ago

It looks a complete bag of s***e.It's taller than it's wide, which is …It looks a complete bag of s***e.It's taller than it's wide, which is opposite to your camera's sensor orientation.So who knows if the light spread will cover the scene you're shooting.I'd recommend lights by "Aputure".Especially when you can get them for free or at discounted rates


And how would one get a light by them for free or at a discounted rate exactly?
This is not a flash, it is a video light, designed to give your scene a bit of a boost, not be anything fancy.
While it'll probably fit an SLR it does state "video light".32937793-Mi5Pw.jpg
chrissatchell25 m ago

And how would one get a light by them for free or at a discounted rate …And how would one get a light by them for free or at a discounted rate exactly?



I got mine when it was easier to contact companies through Amazon.
But, now I contact companies directly and ask if I can receive their products in exchange for a review.
I give them my Amazon link at the same time.

Some companies want you to buy the products first, then you get a PayPal refund after you proved you ordered it.
Most of the time though they refund you after you've posted a review. And no I don't post all 5 stars.

You might think that's a risk, but the reviewer holds the Aces.
The sellers are scared of bad reviews, so if they fail to refund you. You drop your rating and they S themselves.
That has only happened to me once.
After they eventually did refund me, I didn't increase my star rating, just to P them off

Not every company will reply. But if you don't ask, you don't get.
Once you get a few reviews on the board, you'll find that companies will contacting you, especially if you leave a website link or email address in your profile.
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell12 h, 11 m ago

You might think that's a risk, but the reviewer holds the Aces.The sellers …You might think that's a risk, but the reviewer holds the Aces.The sellers are scared of bad reviews, so if they fail to refund you. You drop your rating and they S themselves.That has only happened to me once.After they eventually did refund me, I didn't increase my star rating, just to P them off


So while you don't post 5 star reviews, you don't post honest reviews either? This is why we can't trust anything we read on the internet
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AndySX1 h, 52 m ago

So while you don't post 5 star reviews, you don't post honest reviews …So while you don't post 5 star reviews, you don't post honest reviews either? This is why we can't trust anything we read on the internet



I post honest reviews. I point out things I don't like and if it could be improved in version 2 etc.

You shouldn't trust anything you read, see or listen to on the internet or anywhere else, it's just a big con and part of a manipulation campaign.

Amazon reviews: If you see nothing but 5*s in a short period of time, my instincts tell me, they got the items for free.
If I see all 1*s from people with made up names, who have written 1 review. I don't trust them either.

In my mind, it's not a massive step from a seller giving items out for free or discounted rates. Compared to Amazon selling items at Lightening Deal rates.
Amazon and the company's who's products that are being discounted are in partnership to drive sales.
A person who gets a item at a discount rate (Lighting Deal or other) is more likely to give a more positive review.
That in turn reflects better on the item and more people will buy it, compared to an item that wasn't feature in a Lightening Deal and might have lower stars.

The Amazon Vine program is the legitimate public face of people getting stuff for free and reviewing it.

Social Media: People are employed to follow/like/tweets for people and products.
But people suck it up and don't question it.

Jump on the band wagon whilst you can and stop moaning
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