The Godox Witstro AD200 is a hybrid speedlight/studio flash with built-in radio, lithium batteries and swappable bare-bulb/fresnel heads.
Adorama has announced the Flashpoint R2 remote lighting system, a rebrand of the latest wireless flash gear from the Godox Witstro line.
Godox is building 2.4GHz triggers into many of its flashes, including the Li-ion Ving series. It is also introducing TTL triggering for Sony.
The Godox AD360II bare-bulb flash, TT685 speedlight and X1N flash triggers now all come versions for Nikon i-TTL.
The Godox Witstro AR400 is a portable battery flash designed to provide the full ringflash look. Is it any good?
The Godox Witstro AD360II-C bare-bulb flash, with E-TTL for Canon and radio i-TTL for Nikon, has been announced.
The Godox TT685C will be an E-TTL flash with a built-in radio, compatible with the X1 wireless TTL trigger.
The Flashpoint Zoom Li-ion (a rebranded Godox Ving) is a lithium-powered flashgun available in manual and Canon/Nikon TTL variants.