Much-delayed studio flash will be AC/DC powered and support high-speed sync and TTL control.
CEO Anders Hedebark talks to us about AirX, algorithmic lighting and the future of photography.
Godox’s first dedicated mobile phone flash, the A1, is officially discontinued.
Is it an LED panel or is it a battery bank? A stills photographer’s review of a compact video light.
Lighting manufacturers including Godox, Pixel, Commlite and Yongnuo sound out a new customer base.
Sidus Link Bridge is a wireless transceiver that communicates with Aputure’s video lights, adding mobile app control.
Balancing CPFlash and ambient light to replace the sun in a phone portrait.
The WR-R11a and WR-R11b plug into the side of Nikon cameras to control the radio-enabled Speedlight SB-5000.
Nanguang is the latest company to offer a miniature battery video LED with full colour control.
The new Canon EL-1 will be priced $1099, making it the second most expensive shoe-mount flash you can buy, after the Profoto A10.
Confirmed: the Canon Speedlite EL-1 will have ‘active cooling’, manual power to 1/8192, a bi-colour modelling lamp and built-in radio.
After several years of heavy use, the X1 remains a rock solid, dependable flash trigger—though not always the most intuitive.