Hensel has announced the Certo line of entry-level 200Ws and 400Ws studio flashes, with built-in Cactus radio receivers.
LightPix Labs has added USB charging to their FlashQ series of ultra-portable, stylish wireless triggers and flashes.
Profoto’s new portable 250Ws flash and video light, the B10, is available for $1600.
Thought your studio lights were mains only? Free them from the confines of the studio, with the new Interfit Nomad pure sine wave battery inverter.
Nissin is developing an all-carbon compact light stand, for photographers on the go.
No need for a Godox A1: control Flashpoint/Godox flashes from your smartphone with the new and improved R2 Pro II radio trigger.
Phottix has officially announced a new manual Li-ion flash and a manual radio trigger to go with it.
Yongnuo has released the Speedlite YN560Li, a manual radio-enabled master/slave flashgun that runs on standard 18650 lithium ion batteries.
The 330-watt HA-3300B COB LED from Nicefoto is designed for professional video production and has a Bowens S-fit accessory mount.
Administrators have been called in for Johnsons Photopia, the UK distributor for PocketWizard, Sekonic, BlackRapid, Peli and FJ Westcott.
The Triopo F1-200 is a new brick-shaped portable flash with a strong resemblance to Godox’s AD200.
Triopo’s mounting adapter for the F1 series (which has a Profoto mount) lets you ‘focus’ and ‘zoom’ Bowens S-type light shapers.