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MagBeam Wildlife Kit

Fresnel Flash Extender

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Variable spotlight pattern.
Tons of new options.

When fully extended, the MagBeam gives you super-focused light with a hard edge, similar to a stage spotlight. Collapse the MagBeam down one or two stages to create a wider beam pattern while retaining the beautiful shape and crisp edges.

Its like having a Hollywood-style fresnel spotlight that fits in your pocket..

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Expand MagBeam to change light

2 to 3 stops brighter
than your bare flash.

Sometimes photographers need more "juice" from their speedlites, and the MagBeam is up for the job. It’s designed to give you up to 2 to 3 effective extra stops of useable light.

This means more light at a greater distance, and your flash recycles 4 times as fast. Ya, its a big deal.

LIGHT SOURCE FRESNEL LENS COLLIMATED LIGHT

Supercharge your wildlife
flash capabilities.

With 2 to 3 stops of brighter light, you can use a faster shutter speed for sharper photographs. Go from 1/50s, to 1/200s, or even 1/400s.

Or lower your ISO speed to improve your image quality. Go from ISO3200 down to ISO800 or ISO400 will give you a dramatically cleaner image. You know this is huge.

  • Bare Flash
  • MagBeam
Toggle the MagBeam to see the effect.

Velcro is for grandma's shoes.
Not for speedlites.

Gone are the days of fighting with annoying velcro, sticky adhesives, bulky straps or mad scientist DIY contraptions to secure modifiers to your flash.



With two freakishly strong magnets embedded in the MagGrip, you can add and remove our magnetic modifiers in an instant. You’ll work more efficiently—and look like the professional you are.

In The Box

  • MagBeam + Tele Lens
  • MagGrip

Frequently Asked Questions

Which MagBeam Lenses Do I Need?

The MagBeam is a revolutionary fresnel lens modifier for speedlites that focuses the light from your flash for brighter effective flash output at greater distances.

But that’s not all—it’s also a pattern projecting thing of wonder that creates crazy cool patterns using MagMasks.

The MagBeam can use two different types of lenses: the MagBeam Tele Lens, and the MagBeam Wide Lens. You can tell them apart with this nifty half circle notch we cut out of the MagBeam Wide Lens.

There’s a right way, and a wrong way to install these lenses. These lenses are awesome, and they have an important feature in common. They have these really fun grooves that feel weird when you rub your fingers on them.

The MagBeam Tele Lens is used to focus light into a tight, more intense pattern. The MagBeam Wide Lens is used to project the designs on each MagMask.

In order for either of the lenses to work properly, you need to install the lens with the grooves facing toward your flash.  This is VERY important.  You can use the MagBeam Tele Lens in just about any configuration: Fully collapsed, semi-collapsed, and fully extended—which is where the telephoto lens, really shines!

If you want the cleanest light output while using the MagBeam Tele Lens for a spotlight effect, set your flash head zoom as wide as you can, like 24mm or wider. The wider the zoom on your flash, the cleaner the light will look from edge to edge.

If you want the highest flash output possible with the MagBeam Tele Lens, which is what most wildlife and bird photographers need, then set your flash head zoom to 70mm or greater. Between 70mm and 200mm, the output is essentially the same.

On the other hand, the MagBeam Wide Lens will only be effective when the MagBeam is fully collapsed. There’s some incredible mathematical precision at work here, and if you try to use the Wide Lens with the MagBeam extended, math is gunna kick your butt.

What are MagMasks?

MagMasks are thin sheets of stainless steel and they’re used to create different patterns of light.

The MagMasks share the same geometric shape and fit into the integrated gel slot at the base of the MagBeam.

The MagMasks will only work with the MagBeam, and only with the MagBeam’s integrated gel slot.

Trying to use MagMasks in any other way, will leave you scratching your head in confusion.

What's the difference between the "MagBeam Kit" and the "MagBeam Wildlife Kit"

The MagBeam Kit includes:

1x MagBeam
1x MagBeam Tele Lens
1x MagBeam Wide Lens
1x MagMask Standard Set

The MagBeam Kit does not include the MagGrip. The Tele Lens can be used for portrait or wildlife photography, and the MagMasks must be used with the Wide Lens to project the different patterns on each MagMask.

The MagBeam Wildlife Kit includes:

1x MagBeam
1x MagGrip
1x MagBeam Tele Lens

The MagBeam Wildlife Kit includes everything you need to get started to use the MagBeam for wildlife photography.

Can I use the Wide Angle Lens for Wildlife Photography?

In a word, “No.”

The Wide Angle lens is specifically designed to work with the MagBeam fully collapsed, and in conjunction with the MagMasks.

The main function of the Wide Angle Lens is to manipulate the light from your flash to properly project different patterns of light depending on which MagMask is installed in the MagBeam.

Using the Wide Angle Lens for Wildlife Photography is not recommended.

Does the MagBeam really produce more light out of my flash?

Yes and no. Light naturally wants to travel in all directions in a spherical pattern, from it’s origination point. Speedlite flashes use Fresnel lenses to help focus and collimate (collimate is a fancy word to “point light into a column”) the light to increase the effective output of your flash. Fresnel lenses focus light into a particular direction to make it seem like your flash is brighter than it actually is.

The MagBeam Tele Lens does the same thing that your speedlite fresnel lens does, but it has been designed to be a lot more “powerful”. In other words, it takes the already focused light from your speedlite, and focuses it even more!

While the MagBeam isn’t increasing the total light being created by your flash, it is focusing and directing more light from your flash than you’re probably used to. The MagBeam effectively gives you more light from your flash because the light is being focused—and that means faster recycle times, potential longer battery life, and increased control over your light!

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Karim Maamri

I used to have another beamer. It never took in place. I have just used the magbeam for a whole and what a difference!!!
I had it for all day on the camera. I had also a 500mm and an extender on the camera and I was in the car. I was moving all these pieces of equipment attached together from the seat at my side to the window and back to the seat. I did that for a whole day and not a single time did the magbeam fall out of its position.
It’s day and night when compared to the beamer I used to have.

April Booher

This came in the Mega KIt I purchased and I have only used it once but so far I love it!

Jeremy Brooks

The MagBeam Wildlife Kit is a must have for anyone wanting to change the look of their flash. Focusing a beam of light on your subject from a greater distance is great for wildlife and portraits. I shot my 3 old niece playing in the fall leaves this week with this kit and it gives a different look and feel to each photo. By extending and collapsing the flash, I could concentrate on the actual subject while darkening the obscure leaves being throw in the yard.

Steve donnelly

Love the ease of use. Does not get any better

Hawke Taylore

I enjoy using the magbeam. its versatility is unparalleled. It took a few minutes to get used to it’s workings but immediately started opening new possibilities for future photo sessions.

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