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The MK580 and MK900 flashguns from MeiKe are near-exact copies of their Canon & Nikon namesakes.
We were sent a sample 600EX to review. What’s improved since the Speedlite 580EX II? And will you actually be able to buy it anywhere?
Esta semana despotrico contra los fabricantes de cámaras sin Espejo/EVIL.
This week, Eduardo turns his attention to mirrorless camera manufacturers.
“Vendors need to make 2012 the Year of the Connected Camera” says market research firm InfoTrends. One step along the road to built-in radio control of lights?
We review an iOS App that allows photographers to synchronise off-camera flashes with the iPhone’s camera. And it actually works!
PC flash connectors are much maligned. Some manufacturers have got rid of them in favour of audio jacks. But DSLRkit, a Chinese maker of budget flash triggers, have taken a different path.
At the Focus On Imaging 2012 trade show, Pixel Enterprise release the King TTL trigger for Nikon while PocketWizard talk about the Plus III and their rivals. Flaghead bring out a trigger for wildlife photography.
Cheap fakes of Western and Japanese brand electronics are commonplace. Apple iPad and iPhone clones are rife. But what happens when an already cheap Chinese device gets knocked-off by another Chinese company?
Does CononMark’s new 3G Wireless studio lighting system demonstrate that Chinese manufacturers are finally starting to “show a little respect for their long-term customer”?
So we are almost in the second month of 2012 and there are things we would love to see. Head inside to read what in our opinion there should and shouldn’t be in the lighting industry of 2012.