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The Pixel King E-TTL triggers have been released, with the possibility of an add-on “ZoneController” type accessory to be available in the future.
Phottix’s Odin Z operating system adds a range of new flash triggering features, including auto-switching TTL and automatic light metering.
The bright yellow Bowens-mount flash head now has a removable battery and wireless TTL for Canon, Nikon and Sony.
SMDV will unveil two Bowens-mount studio lights with TTL: the battery-powered B500 and mains-powered A500.
Now available to order: Godox XPro-F, Profoto Air Remote TTL-F and Broncolor RFS 2.2 F.
MIOPS triggers set off your camera using light, sound, motion or timers and even help you create timelapses and HDR photos. Are they any good?
CononMark’s i6T EX and K4T battery-powered wireless studio flashes now support TTL and high-speed synchronisation with Pentax and Fujifilm cameras.
The FlashQ Q20 is an adorable pocket-sized flash unit with built-in radio control, for use on and off camera. Is it any good?
The Jinbei HD610 is a battery-powered monolight with built-in wireless control, including TTL and HSS support. Is it any good?
Andoer has announced the AD-980IIIC for Canon and AD-980IIIN for Nikon—two flagship flashes with advanced wireless radio capabilities. Get $10 off at TomTop.
A location lighting system you can carry around your neck, the Orlit Rover RT supports TTL for Canon, Nikon and Sony.
The new FlexTT6 is compatible with the latest Canon DSLRs, whilst the MultiMAX II adds manual power control.