Gear Type: Flashguns
An update on the latest developments and releases from Aputure, Elemental, Godox, Phottix and Yongnuo.
Speedlights.net has spotted a product listing on Yongnuo’s Hong Kong web site for an upcoming TTL speedlight with an LCD screen, called the YN-468.
Dutch photography shop Camera Tools, the European distributor of LumoPro products, has announced a new and improved flashgun, the LP160, to replace the original made-for-Strobists LumoPro LP120.
This week has seen the announcement of several new 2.4GHz triggers to challenge the dominance of Yongnuo’s RF-602 system. Will the following new offerings knock Yongnuo off its podium?
The Flash Centre (UK) has some offers on during Focus On Imaging, 7th-10th March. Plus, reviews/news of some triggers and flashes.
Nissin have announced a new battery pack, the Power Pack PS 300, which can boost the recycle times of two flashes at once. Also announced: a white version of the Di466 for Four Thirds cameras.
Chinese photographic accessory company Phottix have written on their blog about upcoming products to be announced at PMA 2010. Leaked catalogue images show a manual flash and two 2.4GHz triggers.
Yongnuo have been including “speedlight selection guides” in the packaging of their YN-series flashes. The guide compares the features of all existing YN-46X series flashes, including the new autozoom/TTL YN-467. The YN-467 has been released for Canon and the Nikon version is said to be coming soon, but with no confirmed date.
Shenzhen-based Godox Photo Equipment Co. Ltd. are to release a manual hotshoe flash called the Sunpix SP46.