Profoto has re-released a bug-free firmware update to enable TTL with the B1 and Canon 1D X.
Is it worth investing in a higher quality brolly? Ricardo tests the new Profoto Umbrella Deep.
Profoto has released an Air Remote TTL-C firmware update for the B1, but there’s still no date for HSS or i-TTL support.
Profoto have announced a firmware update will arrive next week for the B1 AirTTL studio flash head.
The world’s first TTL-enabled studio light is available now for $1,995 (£1,544).
Is the Profoto Deep an expensive lighting umbrella or a softbox alternative?
Profoto has confirmed plans to add high-speed sync — but not stroboscopic mode — to its B1 AirTTL flash in 2014.
Today Profoto unveiled the B1 500 AirTTL, a battery-powered flash head with wireless TTL control.
“On November 6, we’ll introduce a new kind of flash, unlike any we have ever done before,” says Profoto.
Profoto now makes collapsible reflectors and speedlight brackets for softboxes.
A new Capture One Pro plug-in makes flashes compensate automatically for changes in Iso and aperture.
The new Profoto Split Cable turns one AcuteB2 power socket into two, allowing the photographer to plug in an extra flash head on location.