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Pixel now has flash triggers and hotshoe adapters designed for the Sony Multi Interface Shoe.
Metz has released its WT-1 wireless flash triggers with TTL and HSS for Canon and Nikon.
The Cullmann FR60 flash has TTL, high-speed sync and built-in 2.4GHz radio triggering.
The new Multiblitz M6 is an AC/DC TTL flash designed to be “compact, lightweight and a ‘no brainer’ to operate”.
RoboSHOOT radio triggers, which let you use Nikon TTL flashes with Fuji X cameras, are now distributed in the USA by OmegaBrandess.
The MeiKe MK420 Speedlite, a future wireless TTL flash for Sony, has been announced.
Godox is building 2.4GHz triggers into many of its flashes, including the Li-ion Ving series. It is also introducing TTL triggering for Sony.
The improved Phottix Odin II wireless TTL trigger will be released this month for Nikon and Canon.
The new CononMark i6T EX is a portable studio light with TTL and HSS support, an integrated battery and 2.4GHz wireless control.
This innovative product lets you use Nikon Speedlites in TTL mode on Fujifilm cameras. Is it too good to be true?
Shanny has unveiled a dedicated 2.4GHz controller for the i-TTL “W-CLS” wireless flash system.
The Godox Witstro AD360II-C bare-bulb flash, with E-TTL for Canon and radio i-TTL for Nikon, has been announced.