Gear Type: Flashguns
Neewer’s latest small-form-factor flash for mirrorless cameras looks uncannily similar to the Nissin i40, but is a fraction of the price.
Hähnel have launched the Modus, a radio-enabled, lithium-powered shoe-mount TTL flash for Canon, Nikon and Sony.
The Yongnuo YN568EX III is a sub-$100 TTL flash for Canon and Nikon that can act as an optical master or slave.
Andoer has announced the AD-980IIIC for Canon and AD-980IIIN for Nikon—two flagship flashes with advanced wireless radio capabilities. Get $10 off at TomTop.
Quadralite is inviting the public to Kraków, Poland, to try out the (Godox) A1 smartphone flash for the first time.
Phottix has announced the Juno, a $130 radio-enabled manual flash that ‘gets the job done’. But is it out-specced by its rivals?
The Mecablitz M400 is a stylish, compact flash unit with wireless TTL metering, full manual control and a built-in video lamp. Is it any good?
Quadralite, a European distributor of Godox gear, will release their version of the A1 smartphone flash at a launch event in Krakow next month.
Lightpix Labs’ tiny, radio-enabled manual flash, the FlashQ Q20, is now on sale.
The Yongnuo YN860Li is an all-manual wireless flash that runs on a Li-ion battery.
Profoto has unveiled its A1 speedlight, billed as the “world’s smallest studio flash”.
We get hands-on with the Godox A1, a flash and radio trigger for smartphones. Is it any good?