ExpoImaging has unveiled the Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster, an accessory which can be mounted on DSLR cameras in order to boost the range of their built-in flashes.
Accessory manufacturers often release adapters which allow photographers to extend the focal length of their lenses. However, it seems like the companies’ next target is the flash built-in DSLR cameras.
ExpoImaging introduces Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster for Nikon and Canon DSLR cameras
According to the ExpoImaging, it is possible to boost the range of the pop-up flash found in Nikon and Canon DSLRs. Moreover, it has the perfect solution. It consists of the new Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster, which does what its name is suggesting.
The accessory can be mounted on the conventional pop-up flash and it extends its range and also provides 8x more light or three f-stops.
Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster increases built-in flash’s power by 8x
The Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster is aimed at cameras from Nikon and Canon with an APS-C sensor. It works best with telephoto zoom lenses with a 100mm focal length or bigger.
It can be easily mounted on the shooters and it will light up the subjects located at up to 70 feet away.
The minimum range is about 30 feet, where the built-in flash is not powerful enough and the light is a little harsh. This accessory offers 8x more luminosity, giving photographers a chance to capture the right exposure, without underexposure fears.
Flash Booster provides the same amount of light as conventional flash guns, but for a fraction of the price
ExpoImaging claims that its Flash Booster provides up to 90% of the light offered by conventional flash guns priced at $500. Additionally, the accessory is very lightweight as it weighs only two ounces.
Another advantage is the fact that it does not require any batteries. It is a plug-and-play-like product with a beautiful design, reminiscent of a vintage gramophone.
All these features and trump cards culminate with the price of the Rogue Safari Pop-Up Flash Booster, which stands at only $34.95. Users can already pre-order the product at Amazon for $32.18 and at B&H Photo Video for $32.