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A yes, it can
A NO,it isn't suitable for Nikon D3300
A Yes, this item can suitable for Canon 80D.
I haven't tried it myself, but I don't think there would be a better combo for this purpose. I mean a 100mm macro with this specific of flash, Yongnuo or not.
By EL on July 18, 2017
No, its not good for portrait shots. You do not want lighting blasting into the face of a subject. Lighting should come from a 45 degree angle to the subjects face.
By Sky Captain on August 31, 2017
By NixImages on May 3, 2018
just you need 55mm ring
By Frank on May 3, 2018
Not for me, I returned it
By Panda8 on May 2, 2018
I KNOW IT FITS FOR Nikon D3200. I OWN NIKON D3200
By DIANA S. on May 2, 2018
Strange. Worked fine for me with 6D. I would try it on another camera. Make sure you fit it well into the camera hot shoe. Otherwise, maybe the flash is defective.
By Curious67 on May 2, 2018
yes thank you
By Baylón on April 26, 2018
I'm sure what custom functions you think you need!? In macro photography there is no need for HSS or focusing the beam, however it does have TTL.
By SnowCrow on April 24, 2018
Are you using a light meter and setting your camera to the values the meter provides? If not, that would be an awesome place to start....
By Tony Palmieri on April 20, 2018
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By Calvin Winey
May 18, 2020
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By Rick Masseur
January 10, 2018
I love this flash. I read some of the reviews about the plastic adapter rings breaking. Well, I think Yongnuo listened; the adapter rings are no longer plastic. They are metal. I use Yongnuo as my standard flash, so I knew I wouldn't have any issues with this macro ring flash. And at a fraction of the cost of the Canon version! Using this on Canon 5D III with Sigma 150mm EX DG APO 2.8 macro.
January 2, 2018
December 28, 2017
I was very undecided to buy this YONGNUO MACRO RING FLASH LITE, before I post my comment, the delivered was awesome, I have placed the order the night before about 11.30 pm, the next day my item was delivered about 9am, thank you guys for the outstanding delivered. this macro ring lite works great, i took it to the back yard and try it for the firs time taking pictures of very tiny bugs with my canon 6D, with a 100mm macro lens L version f2.8, the results were amazing. I'm not a professional photographer, maybe in the entry level. I highly recommended this unit for all the people looking for something like this. I'm very happy with the results. This is an update of my YONGNUO MACRO RING FLASH LITE. not even two months I have owned this device, I have running into a little problem. I started to notice a little defect where the batteries goes, I notice that the door for the batteries doesn't close all the way. I hope this company would do something about to fix my problem, don't get me wrong this is a incredible product, I just got a bad one.
By Gordon A. Migliore
December 16, 2017
I just replaced my Neewer ringlight with this one. What a difference! This one is very well constructed with enough features for macro shooting. It produced fill light with excellent results. The lighting is adjustable and always soft. Comes with a very nice case. I would recommend this ring like to anyone.
December 13, 2017
I picked up this Macro Ring Flash to see how it would compare with the Canon Twin Flash. I know Canon makes a Ring Flash as well, however, after dropping over $700 on the Twin Flash I didn't want to take another hit to the wallet with the Canon Ring Flash. I used this Ring Flash with the dedicated Canon 65mm 1-5x Macro lens. What I like: 1. It fit perfectly, as the flash comes with 4 filter adapters, one of them being a 58mm, the same as the Canon 65mm. 2. It is simple with very little to "figure out". You power it up and either shoot ETTL or Manual. 3. Seems well built, almost comparable to the build of the Twin Flash 4. Can control the A:B Ratio (make more light on one side than the other). 5. The recycle time is pretty quick. Even at 1/1 Power the wait time is only about 1/2-1 second and it didn't tell me it was overheating until I hit the flash about 15 times consecutively at 1/1 6. MUCH more inexpensive than the Canon Ring Flash! What I don't like: 1. The reason I docked 1 star, the modeling lamps are not very bright. With the Canon 65mm lens at 5x magnification everything is very dark, even through the viewfinder. The only way you can really take a picture is if you have a bright spot lamp on. The Twin Flash has very bright modeling lamps that allow me to see anything at the 5X magnification. With the Yongnuo the modelling lamps will only help you up to 3x magnification, after the the modelling lamps become too dark to focus on the details of the subject. I do realize this is a limiting factor for the 65m lens and probably would only be a limiting factor for that lens, however, the fact remains that the modelling lamps are pretty weak.
By R. Saul Levinson
December 9, 2017
Well constructed (Youngnuo stuff is world class). I use it to photograph coins for sale on eBay and auctions using a closeup/macro stand. Was a little difficult getting the right settings on the unit and my Canon t4i. The manual is not very clearly written, but trial and error on settings is not that difficult and I finally set on settings that result in outstanding pics.... Great lighting with even no shadows results. This unit is a phenomenal buy in terms of value compared to the Similar Canon unit which sells for hundreds of dollars more.
By Min Park
November 29, 2017
November 29, 2017
By Krystal Porter
November 27, 2017
November 24, 2017
I'm a part time professional photographer. Not a bad product, takes some getting used to really if you never used one before. It's pretty straight forward. First off the build is ok, like any plastic flash you buy. The flash grabs on to the coupling device nicely but if you hit it, it will come off so watch for that. It does a good job, same output as a normal flash would have surprisingly. I am impressed for the price it's not bad at all. It's not something I plan on shooting with everyday. I did run it through the mill on a shoot, it will overheat if you push it at full power, like any flash would, it did take a while to get it to heat up. ETTL is ok but you have to be close to the correct exposure like any flash. It comes with a case that I didn't expect and some extra rings to attach to lenses. Anyway if you shoot Canon you will have to order larger rings. The few it comes with don't really fit anything I could find other than a 100mm lens by Canon, possibly a nifty fifty so I deducted a star for that and the size of the base is bigger than it really needs to be. It should have a hook for the ring if you want it off the lens, a cheap way to make it more versatile, I mean come on, how hard is that? It sucks that you have to take it off to put a regular flash when a simple hook latch on the base can make life easy. Anyway it's a cool tool to play with now and then. I've had it a few weeks and I've put about 6k flashes through it and it still works. Focus led's are a nice feature and they don't show up in your images.
By Raul Mendoza
April 13, 2017
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