LightScoop Deluxe Review and Giveaway

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Disclosure- I received the item(s) mentioned below to conduct my review.  I received no other compensation and my opinions are 100% my own.


Thank you so much Carol from Ooingle for completing this review for me because I didn’t have a compatible camera.  I am so bummed because LightScoop looks like a great product!

I have had a Canon EOS Rebel T3 DSLR for 2 yrs, I have always wanted to upgrade my equipment and add some flashes to what I have. When I was given the opportunity to review the LightScoop Deluxe I had high hopes this might help me in a much affordable way of disbursing light indoors.

My hopes were met and exceeded with this small attachment. It has a Hot Shoe attachment that stay on your camera for quick attachment and detaching. The actual arm that extends from the hot show through your on camera flash and holds the mirror is super easy to attach and remove as needed.

The recommended settings are Manual Exposure Mode, ISO 800, the widest aperture your lens can go to, shutter speed 1/200 or higher, flash exposure Compensation +1 or +2, no red eye reduction, slow sync for Flash.

All settings are best to experiment with though. I have noticed you can not go to wrong with your settings to appreciate the lack of harsh shadows in your photos. I typically was using the following settings and loved the outcome. f/5, 1/60, ISO 800 with my Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Type II Lens.

I tried the LightScoop Deluxe in different rooms around my house as we have different height ceilings, our living room has cathedral ceilings and the lighting ended up not as bright on my subject but still kept from having the harsh background shadow. In the normal ceiling height rooms the results were very bright and I felt like I had just taken a picture with multiple flashes going off.

At my office with florescent lighting above as you can see still resulted in the overall look of the room and myself brighter than with just direct flash or nothing at all.

If you are looking for a way to make your photos appear as if you have multiple flashes without the Huge Flash expense this is a very nice alternative for a much more appealing price tag for those of us that are not complete pros but want some Pro results 🙂


Direct Flash

Direct Flash
Notice the Harsh Shadow behind, and the wall color is completely washed out.

Flash with LightScoop Deluxe

Flash with LightScoop Deluxe
No Shadow, wall color is correct, subject is overall correct color too.

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  1. missie Lynne says:

    I take the most pictures of the kids and pets.

  2. Mary LaBelle says:

    I take pictures outside of nature. 🙂

  3. We have the Canon EOS Rebel T3 also and just last weekend at a wedding the photographer suggested a flash for us to try. This would be perfect!! We, (okay me, it’s me, I am guilty!) take tons of pictures of our almost 3 year old grandson Jaden James! He’s just too stinkin’ cute!

  4. Jody Cosentino says:

    Need a good camera.

  5. Vanessa Lazarus says:

    Awesome camera!!!

  6. Melissa M says:

    My kids

  7. Monika Clark says:

    My kids and recipes!

  8. Jennife Young says:

    My 2 daughters

  9. My camera mostly focuses on my daughters.
    Some of my favorite non-kid photos are of flowers, though.

  10. Betty Baez says:

    My 3 boys.

  11. rayraycartucci says:

    I tried to fill out the entry form but its not coming up. Thanks and have a great day!

  12. Pauline Milner says:

    I take an abundance of pictures of our Grandson’s. They love to have their pictures taken and are great subjects. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  13. I mostly take pictures of my son. We take pictures of everything we do – for the scrapbook.

  14. I take pictures of my child the most

  15. Brittany M says:

    I like to take pictures of my kids

  16. samantha penrod says:

    my kids, i love to take their photos

  17. I take a lot of pictures of my kids

  18. Many thanks Cori and Carol for the great Lightscoop review! Love it! If your readers have any questions about our products, we have lots of info on our website, and we’re quick to respond to email. Again, thanks so much! Your comparison pix are great! Best, Mary, Lightscoop CEO

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