We try the Pixel King Wireless i-TTL radio trigger, using it with Nikon speedlights and with low-priced third party i-TTL flashes from China. Does it work?
We review an iOS App that allows photographers to synchronise off-camera flashes with the iPhone’s camera. And it actually works!
The XT3 is Innovatronix’s biggest, most powerful location lighting solution yet. We put this pure sine wave battery inverter through its paces.
For under US$20, the Yinyan CY-20 is a a bounce flash that’s a good size for compact interchangeable lens cameras. Is it a gem or a piece of junk?
Fottga are a new Chinese company manufacturing photographic accessories. Their first original product is a wireless flash trigger called the Lumox 520. How does it fare in our review?
Foto Morgen of Germany kindly sent us a Jinbei Digital Pioneer DPsIII-500 to try out. The Digital Pioneer sIII series are Bowens-mount mains studio flashes which can be wirelessly controlled by way of an optional handheld controller.
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”?
Viltrox’s auto-sensing transceiver is an AA-powered radio trigger with TTL pass-through. A simple and promising design, but is it any good in practice?
We evaluate the MeiKe MK-430 and MK-431, third party external flashguns with manual, TTL and stroboscopic modes for use on and off camera.
The Nicefoto N-Flash 480A is a Chinese monolight with a built-in lithium battery and radio trigger. How does it stand up to our hands-on testing?
Aputure sent us some samples of their latest Amaran LED lamps to evaluate. The Amaran AL-198 is a battery-powered lamp with 198 LEDs and adjustable intensity. The AL-198A adds the ability to “zoom” or adjust the beam angle of the emitted light.
We try out the Viltrox JY-670, a battery-powered portable ring flash for DSLR cameras. For $120, is it any good?