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Phottix’s Indra500, a HSS TTL monolight that works with the Mitros+ and Odin TTL radio system, is now shipping to retailers.
Allan MacDonald reviews the Shanny SN600SC Speedlite, a ‘radio-ready’ hotshoe flash from a new Chinese manufacturer. Is it any good?
The CononMark K4T is a battery-powered flash offering wireless TTL and high-speed sync — the first studio light in the world to do so. Is it any good?
Phottix has announced an update to the Odin radio system, adding an AF-assist lamp, a new user interface and a ‘Digital ID’ function.
A low-profile, fully-featured flash trigger has been released for Nikon cameras, called the Meike GT-600N.
PocketWizard has announced that its MultiMAX camera/flash trigger is being “retired” after some 13 years on the market.
Phottix has announced a Sony version of its Mitros+ radio-enabled TTL flashgun.
The MK-GT600C, from Chinese company MeiKe, is a 2.4GHz triggering system designed to carry TTL signals over ranges as far as 100 metres.
The CononMark K4S promises to bring studio-quality light, TTL exposure and HSS on location. Does it deliver?
We continue our series with an explanation of what TTL metering is and why you may or may not want it in your speedlights.
What effect will 2013’s introduction of ‘ready to use’ flashes have on future manufacturing?
Fabricantes se acercan a la compatibilidad total entre marcas para flashes sincronizados en modo TTL esclavo.