Gear Type: Flashguns
Profoto will reveal details of its upcoming new flash at a Facebook livestream on Tuesday.
Triopo has introduced three new radio-enabled flashes that are powered by lithium-ion batteries: the L400, L880 and G1800.
The Profoto A1 will be a radio-enabled speedlight with a lithium-ion battery, circular accessory mount, TTL and high-speed sync support.
Yongnuo has announced an updated version of their manual flash controller, and revealed possible plans for a new YN860Li lithium speedlite.
Canon has added radio control, faster recycling and improved power control to its macro twin flash.
Cactus, Godox, Metz, Nissin and PocketWizard have all released new firmware for their radio-enabled flashes and wireless triggers. Notably, Godox now supports manual HSS for Fujifilm.
The Yongnuo YN568EX III has faster recycling times and a USB port for firmware updates. The Yongnuo YN968N is a radio-enabled i-TTL flash with a built-in LED lamp.
Turn your Godox Witstro AD200 (Flashpoint eVolv 200) into a continuous video lamp by swapping in a new AD-L LED head.
Godox’s TT350, TT685 and V860 II flashes and X1 radio triggers are available for Fujifilm, Olympus and Panasonic; the full X1 system now supports cross-brand TTL.
Godox has revealed pricing and technical details of its innovative A1 flash/trigger device for iPhones and Android phones.
Godox is hosting an event in Shenzhen on Saturday to reveal further details about the A1 phone flash system.
Godox has revealed the A1, an off-camera flash and 2.4GHz wireless trigger that syncs with smartphones via Bluetooth.