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.
DigitalFotografi.com have published a test/review of Calumet’s Genesis 300B AC/DC monolights.
Yongnuo have released their first LED light, the SYD-0808. Kirk Tuck reviews the 42 LED light from ProMaster.
Yongnuo’s latest speedlight, the Canon version YN-468, has been given a detailed review by Speedlights.net. Now available in Germany.
Pixel’s Knight TR-332 TTL triggers (for Canon) have been given an extensive review, thanks to Clive Bolton.
Ed Pingol has posted a preview of the upcoming RadioPopper Cubes (for Nikon).
VTEC_EATER has published a detailed and comprehensive review of the Radiopopper JrX Studio triggers.
This week: Pixel TF-36X Pawn available; PocketWizard vs. RadioPopper review; UK sling straps on eBay; “Komb” one-way gridspot; Chinese tilt flash comparison.