Speedlights.net has spotted a product listing on Yongnuo’s Hong Kong web site for an upcoming TTL speedlight with an LCD screen, called the YN-468.
Lighting Rumours now has a Portable Power Guide, comparing all possible options for when extension cords just don’t cut it. The page will be continuously updated. See anything amiss? Got something to add? Contact us.
What do you get if you combine a low profile flash trigger with an umbrella bracket? The Godox Reemix RMII. Read on for more info and other news.
Dutch photography shop Camera Tools, the European distributor of LumoPro products, has announced a new and improved flashgun, the LP160, to replace the original made-for-Strobists LumoPro LP120.
PocketWizard have posted an “update” on the progress of their Nikon i-TTL trigger system, including some pictures and a video by Mark Wallace.
This week has seen the announcement of several new 2.4GHz triggers to challenge the dominance of Yongnuo’s RF-602 system. Will the following new offerings knock Yongnuo off its podium?
Philippines-based company, Innovatronix – best known for their Tronix Explorer series of portable power units – have announced the Tronix SpeedFire, a mains-powered ‘battery pack’ for speedlights.
“We are expecting to release our EU & Australian specific units by the end of this year, however it is likely that it will be much sooner…”
Shenzhen-based manufacturer Godox has announced a new flash trigger and shutter release system called the Reemix RM-series. Read on for full details.
Aputure, a Shenzhen-based photography accessory manufacturer, has revealed details of a pair of innovative new flash triggers which double up as shutter releases, one of which can do both simultaneously.
British studio lighting specialists Elemental have indicated that they are in the process of making a power pack for AC monolights, allowing you to use their (and any other brand’s) studio lights on location.
Chinese photographic accessory company Phottix have written on their blog about upcoming products to be announced at PMA 2010. Leaked catalogue images show a manual flash and two 2.4GHz triggers.