Following on from our earlier overview of the YN-622N i-TTL flash triggers, we’re testing out a couple more features that these devices have to offer.
A quick hands-on review of the Yongnuo YN-622N i-TTL triggers, which provide wireless control of Nikon Speedlights via radio.
Today we’re looking at the Pocket Spotlight, a tiny LED light that fits on a cameraphone, in the hotshoe or in your hand.
David looks at the latest version of NiceFoto’s self-contained Wireless Studio Flash. What’s changed?
Robbert reviews the Kick, a colour-changing LED panel from Rift Labs that can be controlled via a smartphone.
In March, PocketWizard announced their cheapest, “simplest ever” flash trigger, the PlusX. Is it any good?
The LP955 Multi-Mount Beauty Dish is billed as “a versatile and lighting modifier built for portrait and fashion”. Is it your cup of tea?
Can something like the 500C, a bi-colour LED continuous light panel, replace your trusty studio flashes?
The SMDV Diffuser-60 is a Korean-made 60cm hexagonal softbox designed to fit small camera flashguns. Is it any good?
Is Calumet’s first own-brand flashgun, the Genesis SP692, as good in real life as it appears to be on paper?
I was recently approached by Cactus to try out their new inexpensive laser triggering system. Is it any good?
David Selby reviews the MeYin RF-604, a cheap 2.4GHz flash triggering system that promises compatibility with the popular Yongnuo RF-602.