Godox has released a remote-controllable battery-powered pack-and-head flash system called the XEnergizer series.
The Godox Witstro portable flash system is to be sold under the Lencarta brand, starting at £400.
Is the Godox TT660 the ideal budget flash for learner photographers? David investigates.
Dynalite has introduced the XP-800 Pure Sine Wave Inverter, a battery pack with three AC power outlets to run studio lights outdoors and on location.
The Cheetah Light CL-180 bare-tube flash hopes to provide a modern replacement to the Sunpak 120J. Is it any good?
CheetahStand has announced it is opening pre-orders for the Cheetah Light bare-bulb flash location lighting system this month. Prices revealed inside!
The powerful Godox Witstro AD-180 bare bulb flash will be distributed in America as the Cheetah CL-180.
The groundbreaking new Witstro location lighting system from Godox has been released for sale online.
In the run-up to our comprehensive review of Godox’s new bare-bulb flash system, we have a quick play with the Witstro AD180 and AD360 and tell you what’s what.
The Witstro AD180 and AD360 are hotshoe flashguns with “bare-tube” heads, external power packs and a range of dedicated lighting accessories.
Many new wireless flash triggers promise synchronisation up to 1/8000 second with your camera. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list so you can compare them.
On the horizon: a new Godox Leadpower battery inverter, two new ThinkLite flashguns and a Propac battery pack.