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JJC FX-L Flash Multiplier Extender Features

  • Allows you to shoot at greater distances
  • The unit helps increase the flash output by about 2 to 4 f/stops or more
  • Excellent for photography on wildlife, birding, wedding, evening party, portraits and more
  • Increases the flash output by about 2 to 3 f/stops
  • Allows you to shoot at greater distances and shoot with smaller apertures
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JJC FX-L Flash Multiplier Extender Specifications

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Brand JJC
Item model number FX-L
Item Weight 272 g
Model FX-L
Product Dimensions 23 x 4 x 34 cm

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JJC FX-L Flash Multiplier Extender Reviews from YouTube

JJC FX-N910 Flash Multiplier Extender, increases the flash output by about 2 to 3 f/stops
MagMod MagBeam Vs. Better Beamer Flash Extender
JJC RSB Series SoftBox For Most Flash Units
Better Beamer Dangers
I love my Magmod Mag Beam.
Is it my eyes or the magbeam casts like rainbow colors while the better beam extender is neutral?
While the Magbeam looks to be a good product (not knocking it as I haven't used it), I have used a Better Beamer for longer than you have been a photographer. I feel you are just a seller for the Magbeam. You say the Better Beamer does the job but continue to berate it. I use the Better Beamer in the field and have no issue with it "sticking" or any of the other divisive scoldings you put on it to drive watchers of your video to spend on the Magbeam. An unbias review makes what you're selling more creditable.
It’s heavy but it doesn’t matter if it is. It’s heavy for the flash not for the users. You are all making it seem like it’s heavier than your camera. It’s not that heavy in comparison to its quality. Also how is that being heavy even a problem? If you’re among your light horizontally which is how the flash should be you’ll be fine. Also as far as heating issues I’ve mentioned it to another user that I did a 4 hour session with my AD200 and R2 and no problems at all.
I have an old better beamer. I have had it forever, has not broken. I don't need to buy anything else so for me the Better beamer is the best choice. I do like the Mag mod for its other abilities. If I had nothing and was going to buy a new unit. I would definitely consider the Magmod. The only reason I would not consider it is because it appears that it sags and starts to point the flash downward. The Better beamer does not do this at all so I guess it depends on what you are doing and if you want to put up with the Magmods downsides. The downsides of the Better Beamer is that it does take longer to install on the flash, but hey it doesn't bother me.
Your review is so biased that it makes the review useless.
What do zoom the flash head to 24mm 50mm 200mm Thank you
MAGMOD is simply better. Thanks for this video, as i will buy it.
Hi! Not used the better beamer but the magbeam system is really heavy and the flash head just drops down when the magbeam is really need to work on this Magmod Guys
Ziploc bag works perfect for carrying the better Beamer. Flimsy is not as accurate a word as like weight. Flimsy implies that it might break easily and I've had no evidence of that. It seems the problems you encountered were your own decision not to to pack it and carry it in a sample bag
Magmod is completely useless and heavy for the speedlight. Beamer flash is way better
A very enlightening video
I had the MM and is very heavy and fix the drooping I pulled the rubber magnet back into the flash more and that stop it from dropping.Bringing the weight back.
Great review. I found the comparison of the two very helpful.
How much does this setup weigh? It'll be interesting to test the Magmod to see if it's worth using. I use the BB now, but I think I may order and test it. If I don't like it I can return it. I'm liking how more uniformed the light is, especially fully opened. Also, I like that it's a system where I can use their other products for portrait photography. As far as your comment goes about coming across wildlife and not being ready with the BB, I would think most photographers would have the flash extender on their gear and not carrying it around in their pocket, so they are always ready, but I guess not. Mine is always mounted and ready to go.
thanks for the comparison , bought the mag mod , having a 500mm f2.8 a small amount of extra weight does not bother me just goto the gym and build your muscles up a bit.
Well Thanks for the video. You tried to be unbiased so I will leave it at that. My big issue is that the rubber and the magnet plus the flash unit is too heavy and you are NOT mentioning that in your review. The flash droops and its also a strain on hot shoe and flash bracket. Lens are already heavy to be adding more weight. I see the other uses for the magbeam and the additional stuff you can add. Weight is my main issue not Cost, but as a bird photographer the Better Beamer serves my need. once you secure the BB to the front of the flash its perfect. Nit picking about missing shot putting together the BBwhats that? You miss shots setting up your tripod and attaching lens and other stuff anyway. That part was not fair on your part. It doesn't take that long to put together the BB.
During your review Dan, I think you may have missed one important issue when using continuous/ repetitious flash. The Better Beamer allows the air to circulate around the flash module. The MagMod wraps the flash up in a rubber glove ( and no fresh air circulating around the front screen of the flash module). I would question if using the MagMod (especially in hot weather) the user maybe risking melting/damaging their prized flash.
That Mag Mod is obviously a lot heavier and we can tell it is drooping
Review is so one-sided. BB is lightweight and can be put in a shirt pocket when not in use. Magbeam came with no directions. On my 300mm, so heavy that it tilts down at about a 20 degree angle. Haven't adjusted yet, now back from an extended trip and watched their video. I had the right idea tried pushing back on the top to get a better angle to succeed, but maybe not enough.
Thanks very much for the informative content!
Thanks for the tip but I have a question. How do I prevent the red-eye effect like in this photo I took seems the Better Beamer isn’t available here in Europe. So I bought a different version. My beamer is made by JJC and is made out of vinyl or some similar material covered with reflective foil on the inside. Everything is velcroed together, and when assembled it’s closed on all sides. This, of course will not protect the front glass of the flash against damage from the sun, but it does make sure that no other part of the flash or camera will be hit. So in that respect the cheap JJC beamer is the better beamer, I think.
Thanks for the valuable info on fire danger. I tried the Better Beamer but found it to be cheap, flimsy and tough to keep it adjusted. I went with the Magmod system and love it. It is a little heavier and more $$$, but I think it’s well worth the extra cost.
Hi RC. I would like to send you some photos of how I have solved the problem that you pose in this video and that it is a little different from how you have solved it, and that you do not need to put and take out anything in front of the flash - what you could forget to do when shooting and losing a photo - If you wish to receive them, please write to me at walterbaliero@ Greetings.
Good comments. I have only just got mine and have only used it once and in a rainforest so I guess I didn’t get the problem there.
And I guess don’t leave it sitting on your car seat
I've been burned, too, my Canon 580II. I just noticed a burn spot on my newer flash - Flashpoint TTl, so just as you said, when you get caught up trying to get the shot, it can easily happen. I just roll with it and consider it as the cost of doing business. These newer flashes on the market, while they cost a few bucks, are not as expensive as the Canon's. I won't be purchasing anymore of the high price Canon flashes now that there are quality lower priced units.
Not much chance of that happening in Scotland
Good advise. It´s logical, but one dosen´t think about stuff like that until it happens.
Is the magbeam create the excat danger as the better beamer?
Woah! I was going to get one but think I'll pass now!
Dick, Thank you so much for your wonderful videos. I sure would buy a better beamer cover. -bill
I have watched both videos as I am going to buy a Better BeamerThanks
Yes I would purchase one
The manufacturer could include UV and (possibly) IR filtering to the transparent portion of the lens. One could reduce the heat deposited significantly, without affecting the visible spectrum. It could become intrinsically safe!
The beamer should come with a cover, just like a lens always comes with a cap!
Same thing with an ORB (clear glass ball). I have burnt my hands, wood posts, grass, etc. with it. When I'm camping or hiking, and I need to build a fire, I carry a very small one (about the size of an egg) and use it to start any fire. And it will in under a minute. If you are interested in one, Amazon carries them for around $20 (which is an Orb about the size of a soft ball). Great for photography and will give you another trick in your bag.
This might explain why my most expensive flash has a little hole melted into the front if it. And I didn't even really use my BB, I just had it out on a table while thinking about using it. I've been wondering where that hole came from.
great tip,thanks!

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