A new wireless remote, the Voeloon 810-RT, promises to build all the features a flash photographer needs into one device.
At a trade fair last week in Beijing, Chinese flashgun manufacturer Oloong exhibited the top-of-the-line Speedlight SP-700.
Oloong are to bring out a new flashgun this year, slated to have almost all the features you'd normally find in a flagship Canon or Nikon unit.
Oloong has announced a new "entry-level" system flash, the SP-595. It is an upgraded SP-660 with power zoom.
A Chinese company has released a new flashgun for stills and video. A clone of the Canon Speedlite 320EX?
The new Oloong SP-690 II is a flashgun with Nikon AWL master mode for use in advanced wireless TTL & manual flash lighting setups. At US$160, is it the cheapest master flash for Nikon?
Oloong's SP-660II speedlight offers manual mode through the hotshoe, but can also act as either a Nikon or a Canon advanced wireless slave, complete with TTL. At a price of only $100, could it become more popular than