David Selby reviews the MeYin RF-604, a cheap 2.4GHz flash triggering system that promises compatibility with the popular Yongnuo RF-602.
The Cheetah Light CL-180 bare-tube flash hopes to provide a modern replacement to the Sunpak 120J. Is it any good?
So Lighting Rumours reviews for you lighting and triggering for lighting equipment, but how would you get all this illumination to and from your shoot?
So I was invited to try my hand at some phood fotography at a local craft beer pub. What better way to put the Aputure Trigmaster Plus II 2.4G through its paces?
So, you’re an indie film-maker and you need some portable lights. Are the Brilliant DVT210 bi-colour LEDs up to the task? Andy Cameron finds out.
Today we are testing the Yongnuo YN560-III, one of the first camera flashes to be released with a radio receiver built into it.
The Cheetah Tri-Speed H120 is a triple flash bracket with a 3.5mm socket to plug in a radio receiver or sync cable and trigger all three flashes simultaneously. Any good? Read our review to find out.
Mark Boadey goes hands-on with Yongnuo’s YN-622C E-TTL triggering system, a Canon EOS 7D and Speedlite 430EX II.
In this review Rick Bradbury will be taking a look at the Dazzne Kody Wireless TTL Triggers for Canon from Rikon.
Mark Boadey goes hands on with Yongnuo’s high-end speedlite, the YN568EX for Canon. How does it fare? Full video and written review inside.
We have had the Jinbei FL II 500 for quite a while here in the Lighting Rumours bunker and have taken it for a long spin to test it out to its fullest. How did it fare?
In the run-up to our comprehensive review of Godox’s new bare-bulb flash system, we have a quick play with the Witstro AD180 and AD360 and tell you what’s what.