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Sony has announced development of the FA-WRC1M wireless radio commander and FA-WRR1 receiver, coming this summer.
The Nikon SB-5000 is the first Speedlight with wireless radio integration, and also offers an “onboard cooling system”.
Phottix has officially unveiled the Laso TTL trigger, a 2.4GHz transmitter and hotshoe receiver compatible with Canon’s RT system.
As well as handling Phottix products in western Europe, the Mac Group has become the official Phottix distributor for the United States.
Mac Group Europe now distributes Phottix photo products in the UK, Ireland, France and Germany.
Nissin’s 2.4GHz flash system, comprising the Di700A and Air 1 Commander, is now available for Sony as well as Canon and Nikon.
Nicefoto’s N-Flash RQ is a battery-powered studio flash with wireless TTL and high-speed sync.
Hähnel Captur is a complete high-speed photography system that will also work as an ordinary flash trigger.
The Shanny SN-E3-RF, SN600C-RF and SN600EX-RF are Shanny’s answer to radio flash systems from Phottix, Canon and Yongnuo.
Phottix has announced the Indra 360, a radio-enabled TTL monolight to join the company’s Indra 500 flash head.
CononMark’s TTL-enabled HSS K4T monolight now has wireless grouping support thanks to a new 2.4GHz radio transmitter.
The Nissin Air System (NAS) includes the Di700A flash, Air Commander 1 and a NAS receiver, supporting wireless TTL and manual control.