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).
Fomei have published a video showing off the features of the new Digital Pro X monolights.
This week: White Lightning price drops; PocketWizard TTL trigger updates; a RadioPopper RPCube review; a super long-ranged eBay trigger; a new Lightware lighting case.
FlashZebra have released a third party Nikon “RPCube” for the RadioPopper JrX flash triggers.
Paul C. Buff Inc: A new high efficiency retro-reflector called the “Luap Supreme”, a mini boom arm, and some updates on the PLM v2.
Paul Buff: “Concurrent with, or before, an Einstein price increase we intend to reduce the WL price”.
IShoot have released a flash trigger called the PT-04 A, which resembles an RF-602. Coming soon: PT-04 D with 200m+ range?
XB Primes in Canada, a new electronic Samsung sensor, a series of RF-602 mods, and early reports on the Pixel TR-332.