VSCO Film presets are designed to replicate “analogue” looks while fitting into your existing digital workflow. Are they any good?
The Cactus V6 is a trigger capable of remotely controlling Nikon, Canon and Pentax flashes, or the Cactus RF60 which has built-in radio. Are they any good?
The CononMark K4T is a battery-powered flash offering wireless TTL and high-speed sync — the first studio light in the world to do so. Is it any good?
Beta testers have published their thoughts on the Mago flash from Pixel Enterprise.
The YN-622N-TX is an optional Commander unit for the Yongnuo YN-622 i-TTL flash triggering system. Is it any good?
Nova is something new: a wireless flash for off-camera photography with iOS & Android smartphones. Is it any good for ‘real’ photography?
The CononMark K4S promises to bring studio-quality light, TTL exposure and HSS on location. Does it deliver?
Is it worth investing in a higher quality brolly? Ricardo tests the new Profoto Umbrella Deep.
What are some light modifiers that are light, sturdy, easy to carry and can be quickly set up? Robbert investigates.
Bruce Foster reviews the Roundflash, a softbox-like ring light adaptor for your speedlights. Is it any good?
Ricardo reviews the ZR45, a radio-enabled speedlite with a minimalist user interface. Is it any good?
Videographer Martin Stonard helps us to review the NiceFoto 1500A, a 150-watt bi-colour LED with an S-fit bayonet.