Latest lighting deals

A round-up of recent photographic and video lighting deals from Canon, Profoto, Litepanels, Cactus and more.

Cactus V6 RF60 kit

Here is a quick round-up of lighting deals we have spotted recently.

Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT

Instant rebate on the Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT with built-in radio: $50 off, making it $499. Get one from Adorama or B&H.

Cactus V6 RF60 kit

The newly-opened Cactus Store offers $20 off their flashes, triggers and kits when you spend over $400, using voucher code LIGHTINGRUMOURS. A 2-light, 3-trigger kit is $500 so it is easy to reach the threshold. More details here.

Flashpoint Rovelight RL-600

The Flashpoint Rovelight — a variant of the Jinbei HD-II 600 HSS battery monolight reviewed here — has a $200 instant rebate, making it now $399.95 with free expedited shipping. Get it now from Adorama. Note that this model features the Flashpoint accessory mount (not S-fit).

Godox Leadpower LP-800x

£70 off the Godox Leadpower LP-800x battery inverter — now £599 — at The Flash Centre.

1x1 LS Traveler Trio Plus Kit

LED video lighting kits from Litepanels are up to $1000 off. The Litepanels 1×1 LS Traveler Trio Kit contains three LED lighting panels, stands and a case to keep them in. Now $1998.95 (was $3038.95) at B&H. A bi-colour version, the Trio Plus Kit, is $2999.95 (was $3,599.95). Or you can just get each LED on its own for $745 (down from $1346), available in tungsten, daylight and spot versions.

Profoto B2 Off Camera Flash

There is up to $400 off the Profoto B2 Off Camera Flash until the end of September:

  • B2 250 Air TTL Location Kit now $2595 (was $2995) — Adorama / B&H
  • B2 250 Air TTL To-Go Kit now $1895 (was $2195) — Adorama / B&H

Profoto has also created a new landing page at B&H to promote their Off Camera Flash system, which includes the B1 and B2 TTL flashes plus various light-shaping tools. It aims to demonstrate the differences between speedlights and OCF and usage scenarios for different accessories.

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David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.