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It was known as the Foton, the “game-changer” and the Zeus, but now Phottix’s long-delayed speedlight has finally been announced, named the Mitros.
Aokatec’s AK-TTL radio trigger — supporting full wireless TTL for Nikon, Canon, Sony and Pentax — is now on sale.
The new Atlas II will sync flashes from up to 350 metres away and is compatible with the Phottix Odin and Strato.
Canon’s new EOS M mirrorless camera can control off-camera Speedlites, but does the included 90EX have high speed sync?
We answer your questions on the Yongnuo YN-622C radio E-TTL trigger, what it is and how it works.
Do DSLRs really have to be a permanent entrance requirement to off-camera flash photography?
A hands-on test of the G430, a budget 2.4GHz flash trigger from Commlite. Is it any good?
We review the Tuff TTL wireless flash trigger for Canon E-TTL, test it on location and compare it with the Pixel King.
The RadioPopper JrX flash trigger system, which allows remote power control of Nikon and Canon speedlights, is going to be available in Europe as of this month.
Quantum Instruments have announced a new TTL trigger that can control three groups of off-camera flashes via radio.
In our first trial of the Canon Speedlite 600EX, we successfully test it with the Pixel King Wireless E-TTL Flash Trigger for Canon.
Hähnel have announced the Viper TTL flash trigger, a highly advanced wireless controller with abilities comparable to PocketWizard ControlTL and the Phottix Odin. Price? £200.