Profoto has unveiled its A1 speedlight, billed as the “world’s smallest studio flash”.
We get hands-on with the Godox A1, a flash and radio trigger for smartphones. Is it any good?
Profoto will reveal details of its upcoming new flash at a Facebook livestream on Tuesday.
Triopo has introduced three new radio-enabled flashes that are powered by lithium-ion batteries: the L400, L880 and G1800.
The Profoto A1 will be a radio-enabled speedlight with a lithium-ion battery, circular accessory mount, TTL and high-speed sync support.
Some lights have remote power and zoom control. Now you can adjust the transparency of diffusion panels, too.
Godox has unveiled the Xpro, a wireless commander for Godox X1-series flashes and lamps, with a large display and a new “TTL-Convert-Manual” control mode.
The Profoto Air Remote TTL-F supports wireless TTL and high-speed sync between Fujifilm cameras and the Profoto B1X, B2 and D2 studio flashes.
Broncolor has (re-)released a light modifier that turns a studio lamp into a tubular stripbox for illuminating confined spaces.
Rotolight has announced a new LED light that can flash, offer high-speed sync and adjust colour temperature via Elinchrom Skyport trigger.
Michael Sewell puts the new Elinchrom ELB1200 portable lighting system to the test, shooting food, cars and people. How does it fare?
The new Air 10s cross-brand TTL trigger for the Nissin Air System has been pushed back to November 2017.