Similar design to Professor Kobre's Lightscoop® (which costs ~ USD29.95), Light Tipper redirects the tiny pop-up flash light source to the ceiling or wall, and hence creates a softer, more diffused light coming from a natural direction. It transforms the direct harsh light from your tiny pop-up flash into pro-quality light that improves your photos.
Compatible with Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus, Panasonic Lumix, Pentax, Sigma or other DSLRs with standard ISO hotshoe (except Sony, Konica, Minolta with unique hot-shoe).
Canon : 6D, 7D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, Rebel XTi, XSi, 400, 450, XT, XTi, T1i, T2i, XS, 350D, 500D, 550D, 1000D.
Nikon : D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D70s, D80, D90, D100, D200, D300, D700, D3000, D3100, D5000, D7000
Fuji : FinePix Pro Series
Olympus : E420, E520, E3, E620
Panasonic Lumix : DMC-G2K
Pentax : K-7, KX, K10D, K100D, K20D, K200D
Sigma : SD14 Series
Light Tipper will redirects the harsh light coming from your DSLR’s pop-up flash to a ceiling or wall, and hence
Softens shadows, reduces glare and produces a crisp, even-lit photo.
The bounced light from ceiling creates an effectively wider, softer source of light.
It also creates a wider source of light that also comes from a natural direction (rather than from the middle of your forehead). It let you capture the scene the way you see it.
Details and textures will receive even light rather than being obscured by hot spots or dark shadows. No bright hot spots or harsh shadows from one object obstructing the view of the one next to it.
Turning the camera vertically to direct the flash to a light-colored wall will create the kind of directional “window” light that is the hallmark of an interesting professional photograph. Plus, using the flash will stop blur due to subject or camera movement.
No professional studio necessary. It let you use professional photography techniques without having to buy or learn to use expensive extra lighting equipment. Even your friends will think you hired a pro!
The auto function of your pop-up flash continues to operate normally, so the flash properly exposes the picture.
Last Updated @ 9/1/2017 11:12:03 PM