What’s better than a $28 speedlight? A $13 speedlight.
US seller CheetahStand won’t restock photography lights until 2018, and might move away from only Godox-made flashes.
Colour temperature straw (CTS) flash tubes for the Godox Witstro system are now available, exclusively from CheetahStand.
An Elinchrom-fit version of the Godox Witstro AD600 studio flash has been revealed on the manufacturer’s web site.
Quadralite is inviting the public to Kraków, Poland, to try out the (Godox) A1 smartphone flash for the first time.
Godox has announced a Nikon version of its commander for the X1 wireless system. Micro Four Thirds, Sony and Fujifilm versions are expected by the end of the year.
Quadralite, a European distributor of Godox gear, will release their version of the A1 smartphone flash at a launch event in Krakow next month.
We get hands-on with the Godox A1, a flash and radio trigger for smartphones. Is it any good?
Godox has unveiled the Xpro, a wireless commander for Godox X1-series flashes and lamps, with a large display and a new “TTL-Convert-Manual” control mode.
Cactus, Godox, Metz, Nissin and PocketWizard have all released new firmware for their radio-enabled flashes and wireless triggers. Notably, Godox now supports manual HSS for Fujifilm.
Turn your Godox Witstro AD200 (Flashpoint eVolv 200) into a continuous video lamp by swapping in a new AD-L LED head.
Godox’s TT350, TT685 and V860 II flashes and X1 radio triggers are available for Fujifilm, Olympus and Panasonic; the full X1 system now supports cross-brand TTL.