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Conceived by full-time professional photographer, James Madelin the orbis transforms the harsh light from your SLR flash gun to create beautiful, shadowless photos quickly and easily, you don’t need any specialised knowledge or technique. Inspired by the Strobist philosophy. Developed by top optical designers the orbis is made from durable ABS plastic and weighs around 1lb (600g), it is totally portable and designed to work with your camera system’s TTL metering. The ‘one-size-fits-most’ dock means that the orbis ringflash fits a huge range of flashes with no need for add-ons. The orbis works with all your camera system’s functionality and doesn’t stress the fragile hotshoe connection. The orbis ringflash is great fun to use and gives passionate photographers, like you, an edge. If you’re inspired to take your photography to the next level, the orbis is an ideal addition to your kit bag.
The orbis fits to your flash in seconds – no bulbs, no batteries, no training course. You put the orbis onto your flash, lift it up in front of the camera and bingo, stunning, shadowless light, anywhere, every time.
The orbis produces a characteristic ‘ring flash’ look that you’ll recognise from high-end magazine photography. Ring flash has long been distinctive of high-end portrait and fashion photography but studio ring flash systems are bulky, fragile, expensive and hard to use. The orbis changes all that.
enlight photo is an award-winning company creating cool gear and apps for photographers, founded by pro photographer James Madelin and Business Project Manager, Naomi, in 2006.
The orbis ringflash is great fun to use and gives passionate photographers, an edge. If you’re inspired to take your photography to the next level, the orbis is ideal.
Very good item works well it's a pity the Nikon Sb910 doesn't fit it thanksPublished 3 months ago by georgehird
Great for some fashion shots, but bouncing seems to be much more reliable.Published 4 months ago by Paul C
I got myself second hand orbis from ebay... i cant understand how one would pay 150 british pounds for this - still without mounting bracket??? Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. Bednarz