Gear Type: Flashguns
Godox has announced they will introduce a second, smaller version of the A1, their smartphone flash.
Turn your Godox AD200 / Flashpoint eVolv into a pack-and-head system with this new extension cable!
Francesco Rizzato reviews the Pixel X900C, a lithium-powered, radio-enabled E-TTL flash from Pixel Enterprise. Is it any good?
The Stroboss 60 EVO, also known as the Godox Ving V860 II, is a lithium-powered shoe-mount TTL flash. Is it any good?
Michael reviews Olympus’s top-of-the-line shoe-mount flashgun, the FL-900R. Is it any good?
Cactus Image, the company behind the V6-series radio triggers, has announced a new ‘palm-sized’ portable flash, the RQ250.
The Quadralite Reporter 200 is a battery-powered flash with interchangeable fresnel and bare-bulb heads. Is it any good?
The FlashQ Q20 is an adorable pocket-sized flash unit with built-in radio control, for use on and off camera. Is it any good?
What’s better than a $28 speedlight? A $13 speedlight.
Pentax flashes and cameras now support TTL when combined with Sigma, Fujifilm or Sony, thanks to the Cactus “X-TTL” cross-brand TTL flash triggering system.
Colour temperature straw (CTS) flash tubes for the Godox Witstro system are now available, exclusively from CheetahStand.
The ghostLED is a battery-powered flash and continuous lamp designed for location photography and video lighting.