Gear Type: Triggers
LightPix Labs has added USB charging to their FlashQ series of ultra-portable, stylish wireless triggers and flashes.
No need for a Godox A1: control Flashpoint/Godox flashes from your smartphone with the new and improved R2 Pro II radio trigger.
Phottix has officially announced a new manual Li-ion flash and a manual radio trigger to go with it.
Administrators have been called in for Johnsons Photopia, the UK distributor for PocketWizard, Sekonic, BlackRapid, Peli and FJ Westcott.
With a long-lasting lithium battery and support for Canon, Nikon and Fuji all in one unit, the Jinbei TR-Q7 could be the only transmitter you need.
Find out which lighting brands support Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Fujifilm or Micro Four Thirds.
Fujifilm users will be able to use TTL and high-speed sync with Elinchrom flashes from 18 September.
Phottix may soon release a manual-only version of the Odin II flash trigger.
Godox has finally released its Android app, with limited camera support.
Have you been looking in Aodelan places for an ultra-compact wireless flash trigger?
Now available to order: Godox XPro-F, Profoto Air Remote TTL-F and Broncolor RFS 2.2 F.
MIOPS triggers set off your camera using light, sound, motion or timers and even help you create timelapses and HDR photos. Are they any good?