Meike MK-14EXT Macro Ring Flash
Meike MK-14EXT Macro Ring Flashfor Nikon or Canon
Since its in invention by Lester A Dine in 1954, nowhere has the humble ring flash achieved its triumphant advance more vividly than in dental photography. Its directional illumination provides intra oral images with uniform light distribution that are virtually free of shadow. Paired with the matching polar_eyes filter, cross polarized images with high contrast and crisp detail can be easily achieved for the purpose of shade quantification using the eLAB system. The Meike MK-24EXT is a well tried and tested, modern representative of this species of electronic flash systems. Its robust design makes it super easy to switch forth and back between ETTL and the Manual Mode. This makes it the ideal choice for obtaining picture perfect images for the eLAB system, quickly and reliably with little room for error.
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