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 — the E-TTL companion to the radio-controlled TR-850EX — is now on sale from €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.
The newly announced Triopo TR120 can be seen as a bare-bulb flash on a budget.
Triopo has released the TR-981N and TR-981C for Nikon and Canon, a pair of hotshoe flashguns with high speed synchronisation up to 1/8000 second.
Triopo has been trying to challenge Yongnuo’s dominance in manufacturing cheap manual flashguns.