The Photonicz One is an LED-based flash with a Bowens S-mount and user-controllable flash durations, powered by V-mount batteries.
An soon-to-be-launched Kickstarter project is promising a new flash that will “change the way you shoot with artificial light”.
Following the example of Dr Frankenstein, Tolifo’s FT-16 combines the best of two products.
Next month, Profoto will launch an ‘exciting’ flash photography product that will offer ‘completely new possibilities’.
Cactus, Godox, Metz, Nissin and PocketWizard have all released new firmware for their radio-enabled flashes and wireless triggers. Notably, Godox now supports manual HSS for Fujifilm.
The Yongnuo YN568EX III has faster recycling times and a USB port for firmware updates. The Yongnuo YN968N is a radio-enabled i-TTL flash with a built-in LED lamp.
The CononMark Leopard HS100 and Little Tiger are two box-shaped high-speed monolights powered by AA batteries.
Turn your Godox Witstro AD200 (Flashpoint eVolv 200) into a continuous video lamp by swapping in a new AD-L LED head.
Before you splurge on a Godox A1, let’s review another smartphone trigger: Tric, the ‘first wireless Xenon flash trigger for iPhone’. Is it any good?
The Illuminati is a small colour and light meter that works wirelessly with your smartphone or smartwatch.
Godox’s TT350, TT685 and V860 II flashes and X1 radio triggers are available for Fujifilm, Olympus and Panasonic; the full X1 system now supports cross-brand TTL.
Hensel USA is offering up to $670 off its Porty L 1200 battery flash, bringing the price below that of the new Elinchrom ELB 1200.