Andoer has announced the AD-980IIIC for Canon and AD-980IIIN for Nikon—two flagship flashes with advanced wireless radio capabilities. Get $10 off at TomTop.
Yongnuo has announced the YN720, the company’s third radio-enabled, lithium-ion-powered speedlight in as many months. Does it replace the YN860Li?
Travel photographer and blogger Liz Pekler gives a general overview to DIY lighting possibilities, as an alternative to expensive studio equipment.
Quadralite is inviting the public to Kraków, Poland, to try out the (Godox) A1 smartphone flash for the first time.
Phottix has announced the Juno, a $130 radio-enabled manual flash that ‘gets the job done’. But is it out-specced by its rivals?
Godox has announced a Nikon version of its commander for the X1 wireless system. Micro Four Thirds, Sony and Fujifilm versions are expected by the end of the year.
The Mecablitz M400 is a stylish, compact flash unit with wireless TTL metering, full manual control and a built-in video lamp. Is it any good?
The Kickstarter campaign for the PHOTONICZ ONE LED flash has failed to reach its funding target, as well as facing backlash from those who suggest that Alex Munoz, creator of the campaign, should not be trusted.
Quadralite, a European distributor of Godox gear, will release their version of the A1 smartphone flash at a launch event in Krakow next month.
UK photographers who switch from now-defunct brand Bowens to Elinchrom can get up to £150 off when they trade in their old gear.
Lightpix Labs’ tiny, radio-enabled manual flash, the FlashQ Q20, is now on sale.
The Yongnuo YN860Li is an all-manual wireless flash that runs on a Li-ion battery.