Robbert Dijkstra reviews the Bitbanger Pixelstick, an innovative high-tech LED light painting tool for photographers.
The Triopo TR-986N is a i-TTL flash with a full colour screen with a budget price and “professional features”. Is it any good?
Shanny’s slave-only version of the Canon 600EX-RT flash offers radio control, E-TTL and HSS for a low price of $130. Is it any good?
Swiss-made monolights with built-in radio and WiFi control, at a price lower than you’d expect. But are they any good?
The Nissin i40 is a flash promising lots of features and power in a small form factor. Is it any good?
The Jinbei HD-II 600 is a powerful, full-sized studio light with a built-in battery pack. Is it any good?
The SN-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter is an E-TTL radio trigger that is a cheaper alternative to Canon’s own ST-E3-RT. Is it any good?
The Triggertrap Mobile Dongle lets you control flashes and cameras via your smartphone. Is it any good?
The Pixel Mago is an E-TTL, high-speed flashgun with a built-in LED video lamp. At just $88, can Pixel’s first flash compete with Canon and Yongnuo?
The Amaran HR672 is billed as a 95+ CRI video lamp and “the most pioneering Amaran light” that Aputure have made so far. Is it any good?
Allan MacDonald reviews the Shanny SN600SC Speedlite, a ‘radio-ready’ hotshoe flash from a new Chinese manufacturer. Is it any good?
The Impossible Lab is a Polaroid printer for iPhone photographs — but is it any good?