flash extenders

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Subject: flash extenders
From: Michael Todd <>
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 22:52:20 +1000
Hello all,

I've got a request that might be slightly outside the usual birding matters discussed on birding-aus. Apologies if this is the case. A very useful piece of photographic equipment for bird photographers is the relatively simple flash extender sometimes called the Better Beamer. It is a type of plastic magnifying lens that is held in front of the flash to focus the flash to carry further, making the flash more effective for use with the telephoto lenses favoured by bird photographers.

My question is:
Does anyone on the list know if there is anywhere in Australia where these can be purchased?



Michael Todd Wildlifing Images & Sounds of Nature
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