Phottix has officially confirmed the Mitros+, a radio-controlled version of their TTL flashgun.
The TR-850EX has a built-in radio transceiver that triggers and controls other flashes. Is it any good?
Allan MacDonald tests out the new Pixel King Pro and King X E-TTL flash triggers for Canon. Are they any good?
Yongnuo has revealed that an update to its RF-603 2.4GHz flash trigger will be released “this month”.
A new technology firm from China has created a wireless radio slave that doubles up as an infrared shutter remote.
Pixel has announced that its latest TTL flash trigger, currently released for Canon, has a Nikon-fit version on the way.
The new Wansen WS-603 claims to work with â€” and improve upon â€” the Yongnuo RF-603 wireless flash trigger.
The TR-860EX flashgun â€” the E-TTL companion to the radio-controlled TR-850EX â€” is now on sale from â‚¬150.
The first flash in Triopo’s remotely-adjustable speedlight system is now on sale. A rival to the Canon 600EX-RT?
Many people are looking for the next big thing to revolutionise lighting as we know it. But is it sometimes wiser to consider what you already have?
David Selby reviews the MeYin RF-604, a cheap 2.4GHz flash triggering system that promises compatibility with the popular Yongnuo RF-602.
A new flash trigger looks set to replace the Yongnuo RF-603, with improved features and RF-602 backwards-compatibility.