PocketWizard have posted an “update” on the progress of their Nikon i-TTL trigger system, including some pictures and a video by Mark Wallace.
This week has seen the announcement of several new 2.4GHz triggers to challenge the dominance of Yongnuo’s RF-602 system. Will the following new offerings knock Yongnuo off its podium?
Philippines-based company, Innovatronix – best known for their Tronix Explorer series of portable power units – have announced the Tronix SpeedFire, a mains-powered ‘battery pack’ for speedlights.
A USA eBay listing has appeared for a Pixel Knight TR-332 (Canon) TTL trigger set, plus some more info on their upcoming official release.
“We are expecting to release our EU & Australian specific units by the end of this year, however it is likely that it will be much sooner…”
Shenzhen-based manufacturer Godox has announced a new flash trigger and shutter release system called the Reemix RM-series. Read on for full details.
Yongnuo’s old but long-ranged trigger, the YN-16, pre-cursor to the 2.4GHz RF-602, has received an update. The main new feature seems to be the ability to wake up flashes from sleep mode.
Australian seller Dragon Image has released a range of softboxes specially designed to be used with speedlights.
The Menik touch-screen monolights, mentioned in an earlier post, are available in Europe under the Polish “Quantuum” brand.
Aputure, a Shenzhen-based photography accessory manufacturer, has revealed details of a pair of innovative new flash triggers which double up as shutter releases, one of which can do both simultaneously.
The Flash Centre (UK) has some offers on during Focus On Imaging, 7th-10th March. Plus, reviews/news of some triggers and flashes.
Pixel Enterprise have finished their TR-332 Canon TTL trigger and had them on show/for sale at PMA. The new product is named “Knight”.