European prices for Paul C. Buff products have been changing erratically over the last couple of days.
Confused about the latest YN-series speedlights from Yongnuo? Here is a feature comparison table, adapted from information in current eBay listings.
Alien Bees and Einsteins now available in Europe; new Bowens Litebook issue; “mystery” Chinese 400Ws portable monolight; new Elemental Trinity Pro monolights; RadioPopper RPCube now available.
The Canon version of the Yongnuo YN-468 has been released on eBay for around US$110-130. One welcome feature is the addition of manually controllable zoom. For a comprehensive look into the features, take a look at this article on Speedlights.net.
UK-based eBay seller CotswoldPhoto has announced a new series of monolights to be released in June.
A clever DIY modification has been revealed, demonstrating how to add remote power control to your Yongnuo YN460 for less than $10. Video inside.
Early reviews of the Paul C. Buff Einstein, plus new information and pictures for the upcoming “Luap Supreme” super-efficient retro-laser reflector.
CotswoldPhoto has revealed a new parabolic umbrella for less than £20. Plus, Rime Lite XB Primes have been listed by Viewfinder Photography.
Paul C. Buff Einsteins are “Now Available” (but not in stock). Bowens have released the Gemini Classic 500C monolight.
Pixel’s Knight TR-332 TTL triggers (for Canon) have been given an extensive review, thanks to Clive Bolton.
Ed Pingol has posted a preview of the upcoming RadioPopper Cubes (for Nikon).
Remotely control your flash power RadioPopper JrX-style with the latest Arduino project based on the Strobist Project Opensource Trigger (Spot).