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.
Why just measure light output when you can change it too? That’s the thinking behind two new light meters: Sekonic’s Litemaster Pro L-478DR and Hensel’s Strobe Master.
The makers of PocketWizards have said they are “not answering the phone, not responding to emails” in order focus on firmware for the Canon 5D Mark III.
Sekonic are bringing out the RT-32CTL Radio Transmitter module, which makes their light meters compatible with PocketWizard ControlTL radio channels.
In an apparent effort to shift remaining stocks of the PocketWizard Plus II, prices have dropped to little more than £100 per transceiver. Some of the better deals we’ve spotted are listed inside.
The PocketWizard Plus III wireless remote trigger has been officially unveiled and reviewed. The new model will be cheaper ($139 each), have more channels and several new features over the PocketWizard Plus II.
The PocketWizard Plus III wireless flash trigger was not unveiled at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
A behind-the-scenes video was briefly published on Vimeo of a product photography shoot for the new PocketWizard Plus III (3) wireless flash triggers.
In the latest version – 3.0 for Nikon and 6.0 for Canon – there are three new features added which, according to the company, “make the system more powerful than ever”.
David Monteith-Hodge reviews PocketWizard’s ControlTL wireless TTL triggering system for Nikon cameras. How does it fare?
Paul Buff: “There are things happening between PW and Einstein and Buff you don’t know about…”
New modules for the PocketWizard ControlTL system announced, allowing you to control the power of Alien Bees and Elinchrom RX lights. Press release inside.