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Photographers can expect to see full-blown studio lights with wireless TTL exposure control in the future.
Yongnuo has announced that the Nikon version of their popular YN-622C TTL flash trigger is on its way.
Mark Boadey goes hands-on with Yongnuo’s YN-622C E-TTL triggering system, a Canon EOS 7D and Speedlite 430EX II.
PocketWizard is to auction 20 pink limited edition Plus III radio triggers, signed by photographer Bob Carey, in support of the Carey Foundation.
Yongnuo has announced the YN-622N wireless flash trigger for Nikon cameras and speedlights.
Many new wireless flash triggers promise synchronisation up to 1/8000 second with your camera. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list so you can compare them.
An extra long TTL cord, ten metres in length, has been released by Lastolite.
Anybody looking to take their speedlights off the camera, but wanting to maintain wireless E-TTL or manual control, should have a look at the new Dazzne Kody TTL system.
Along with the new V2 mirrorless camera, the SB-N7 tilting Speedlight has been announced for the Nikon 1 system. But are you as free to use flash with Nikon 1 as you could be?
Want control of your Canon Speedlites from the camera? Thinking of buying a Phottix Odin? Have a look at this first.
If you need high speed sync or radio TTL for your off-camera flashes, without the size and complexity of the Phottix Odin, the Strato TTL could be for you.
Aokatec’s AK-TTL radio trigger — supporting full wireless TTL for Nikon, Canon, Sony and Pentax — is now on sale.