Adorama has released a speedlight accessory kit called the Flashpoint Q series.
Interfit has announced some new accessories in its Strobies range, including some wireless shutter releases, a universal TTL cord, and a radio/optical flash trigger which savvy strobists will find eerily familiar.
Dutch / Belgian photography shop Foto Konijnenberg are offering a “Strobist Starter Kit” including an air-damped light stand, a set of Cactus V4 triggers, an Interfit Strobies XS bracket, a Jinbei umbrella and a softbox.
Delkin Fat Gecko Gator mount – a clamp to get your camera, flash units or backdrops into unusual places. Plus new accessories for the FourSquare speedlight mounting system by Lightware.
Elinchrom have put up a PDF with specifications of the new D-Lite “it” (Intelligent Triggering) monolights. Also on the cards: an Elinchrom RQ ringflash for the Quadra AS portable pack-and-head system.
eBay seller dslrbaby has listed a variable-angle flash reflector resembling the Demb Flip-it! Read on for details and a review.
Calumet UK have listed a new model Genesis AC/DC monolight, the Genesis 300B, and an associated “PowerPort” battery pack for pre-order.
British studio lighting specialists Elemental have indicated that they are in the process of making a power pack for AC monolights, allowing you to use their (and any other brand’s) studio lights on location.
Nissin have announced a new battery pack, the Power Pack PS 300, which can boost the recycle times of two flashes at once. Also announced: a white version of the Di466 for Four Thirds cameras.
Chinese photographic accessory company Phottix have written on their blog about upcoming products to be announced at PMA 2010. Leaked catalogue images show a manual flash and two 2.4GHz triggers.
Yongnuo’s new YN-04 and YN-04 II flash triggers have been confirmed to be compatible with their popular CTR-301 and CTR-301P triggers.
Yongnuo have been including “speedlight selection guides” in the packaging of their YN-series flashes. The guide compares the features of all existing YN-46X series flashes, including the new autozoom/TTL YN-467. The YN-467 has been released for Canon and the Nikon version is said to be coming soon, but with no confirmed date.