A new flash from Triopo has hotshoe pins for Nikon i-TTL and Canon E-TTL both at the same time.
A new TTL flashgun that runs on lithium batteries, the Triopo Speedlight TR-870, has been announced.
The Triopo TR-986N is a i-TTL flash with a full colour screen with a budget price and “professional features”. Is it any good?
Sunpak’s softbox-friendly TTL speedlight, the 120J II, is now on sale.
The wait is almost over for the Sunpak 120J II, as it makes an appearance at the WPPI 2014 Expo.
Rick Bradbury tests three new Chinese TTL slave flashguns. How do they compare?
The TR-850EX has a built-in radio transceiver that triggers and controls other flashes. Is it any good?
Just months after its announcement, the Triopo TR120 (Polaroid PL-135) flashgun is no longer being produced.
The TR-860EX flashgun â€” the E-TTL companion to the radio-controlled TR-850EX â€” is now on sale from â‚¬150.
The first flash in Triopo’s remotely-adjustable speedlight system is now on sale. A rival to the Canon 600EX-RT?
The Polaroid PL-135 is an affordable AA-powered speedlight with a bare flash tube, available in the USA and UK.
Chinese manufacturer Triopo apparently wasn’t happy with Canon’s 600EX-RT and ST-E3-RT so they’ve developed their own system of radio-enabled speedlites.