Bilora D140 RF
Rebranded version of Phoenix RF46.
Cheap and simple macro ring flash. No manual controls on the flash itself, just an on/off switch. On Nikon, this means that exposure control is by TTL only. On newer Canon DSLRs that have menus for flash settings, it also can be used manually.
The low price is reflected in the build quality - handle with care.
Designed to fit 52 mm filter thread. Usually supplied with adaptor rings to also fit 55, 58, 62 and 67 mm.
This macro ring flash is rebranded and sold under a number of different brands, including Bilora, Bower, Marumi, and Phoenix.
For dedicated flash systems: Canon, Nikon.
Swivel & tilt: no.
Exposure mode: TTL.
No manual settings.
No built-in wireless modes.
Trigger voltage: < 6 volt.
Field upgradable: No.
Guide number (ISO 100, meter): 14.
Price: USD 98 (new, w/o tax).
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Bilora was a German tripod and camera maker, founded by Wilhelm Kürbi and Carl Niggeloh in Barmen-Rittershausen in 1909. In November 1911, the company moved to its present location in Radevormwald.
Production ceased in 1975 and Bilora is now a brand for various photographic accessories. Current Bilora flash units are made by various OEMs.
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