We review the Cactus Wireless Transceiver V5, Gadget Infinity’s latest flash trigger. How do the new transceivers compare to other flash triggers?
A review of the Quantuum BK-6, a cheap and sturdy triple flash bracket found in various places on eBay.
We review the current generation of budget flash triggers: the Yongnuo RF-602, Pixel Soldier TF-372, Phottix Strato 4-in-1, Aputure Trigmaster and MeiKe MK-RC7. How do they compare?
A review of Rime Lite’s XB Prime studio flash system, also known as Fomei Digital Pro X, Lightrein DR and Mikrosat Digital R.
An early review has been published of Yongnuo’s YN460-TX/RX Wireless TTL system.
Comparing wireless flash triggers from Phottix, Aputure, Yongnuo, Pixel and MeiKe, which ones provide you with the fastest sync speeds?
Lighting Rumours reviews the CononMark DD400S, a DC-only flash that takes universal batteries. Is it any good? And is it an example other manufacturers should follow?
The Chinese language Strobist blog has reviewed Yongnuo’s new ST-E2 Speedlite Transmitter, finding the 3rd party offering trumps the original Canon unit in several areas.
Some first impressions and new images of the new YN-560, thanks to the Kurbster.
Canon 680EX and Metz 58 AF-2 flashes rumoured. PocketWizard ControlTL Studio features automatic power adjustment and MultiMAX support.
The increasing use of video DSLRs, flashes without modelling lights and cameras without decent autofocus assists has created a new demand for compact LED video lights. Here we compare three cheap $30 lights.
Dubai photographer Charles Verghese is publishing a three part review of Phottix’s Atlas flash trigger, including a comparison to the PocketWizard Plus II.