Gear Type: Triggers
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.
Before you splurge on a Godox A1, let’s review another smartphone trigger: Tric, the ‘first wireless Xenon flash trigger for iPhone’. Is it any good?
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.
A no-frills, ultra-compact flash trigger, the Aodelan RM Mini works at ranges up to 50 metres and doubles as a flash stand.
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.
The new FlexTT6 is compatible with the latest Canon DSLRs, whilst the MultiMAX II adds manual power control.
Cactus V6 II triggers now support automatic TTL control between different camera and flash brands.
Phottix’s Ares II is a manual flash trigger with four wireless groups and a ‘digital ID’ feature to reduce interference.
Pixel now has flash triggers and hotshoe adapters designed for the Sony Multi Interface Shoe.
The Nissin Air10s is a wireless flash controller that provides TTL and HSS support between camera brands.