Gear Type: Monolights
Nicefoto has introduced three new lines of mains-powered studio monolights with built-in radio control and TTL for Canon and Nikon.
Multiblitz’s TTL, HSS, AC/DC monolight, the M6-TTL, is now on sale for €1200.
An Elinchrom-fit version of the Godox Witstro AD600 studio flash has been revealed on the manufacturer’s web site.
Don’t need the newest Profoto B1X TTL studio flash? Spend $500 less on the original Profoto B1 instead, thanks to an ‘exclusive’ rebate deal at Adorama.
The Jinbei HD610 is a battery-powered monolight with built-in wireless control, including TTL and HSS support. Is it any good?
The Photonicz One is an LED-based flash with a Bowens S-mount and user-controllable flash durations, powered by V-mount batteries.
An soon-to-be-launched Kickstarter project is promising a new flash that will “change the way you shoot with artificial light”.
The CononMark Leopard HS100 and Little Tiger are two box-shaped high-speed monolights powered by AA batteries.
A downgraded HD-610, the Jinbei HD-601 studio flash offers an ‘EasyCap’ mode to help when creating clipping masks.
With a 60W LED modelling lamp and built-in radio control, the $300 Honey Badger hopes to give higher-end lights a run for their money.
The Profoto B1X is a TTL studio flash with a longer-lasting battery, brighter modelling lamp and improved HSS control.
The Mcoplus MT-300 ‘Flash Cube’ is a TTL, HSS location lamp that runs on AAs, external battery packs or mains power. Is it any good?