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A new flash trigger looks set to replace the Yongnuo RF-603, with improved features and RF-602 backwards-compatibility.
In this review Rick Bradbury will be taking a look at the Dazzne Kody Wireless TTL Triggers for Canon from Rikon.
Mark Boadey goes hands on with Yongnuo’s high-end speedlite, the YN568EX for Canon. How does it fare? Full video and written review inside.
Pixel Enterprise, the Chinese manufacturer of photographic accessories, has named Argraph Corporation in New Jersey as its exclusive US distributor.
Oloong has announced a new “entry-level” system flash, the SP-595. It is an upgraded SP-660 with power zoom.
In the run-up to our comprehensive review of Godox’s new bare-bulb flash system, we have a quick play with the Witstro AD180 and AD360 and tell you what’s what.
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.
Pixel Enterprise Ltd have confirmed that their upcoming King II wireless TTL trigger will be backwards compatible with the original King with “full” functionality.
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.
If you want to use off-camera flash with the Sony NEX-5N, NEX-C3, NEX-5 or NEX-3, the elves at Allacax have created a product just for you.
We got a quick preview of the Phottix Mitros, Ares and Atlas II at the autumn 2012 edition of Hong Kong Electronics Fair.
Want control of your Canon Speedlites from the camera? Thinking of buying a Phottix Odin? Have a look at this first.