Chinese accessory maker Aputure has announced the Amaran AL-528, their newest and biggest LED panel.
So I was invited to try my hand at some phood fotography at a local craft beer pub. What better way to put the Aputure Trigmaster Plus II 2.4G through its paces?
Photographic equipment company Aputure have launched a video contest, with US$2,000 worth of photo and video gear up for grabs.
The Magnums tick all the boxes for a basic flashgun without putting their heads above the parapet for too long.
What is this mysterious “coming soon” device from Aputure? … We found out almost immediately.
The Magnum 68TL is a new TTL hotshoe flash from Aputure, adding to the manual Magnum 68.
What’s been improved in the Trigmaster II 2.4G, the latest wireless flash trigger from Aputure?
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The Trigmaster 2.4G wireless remote has been improved with longer range, AAA batteries and support for high voltage flashes.
Some ring lights are continuous LED light sources while others have Xenon flash tubes. The new Amaran Halo from Aputure is sort of both and neither.
Aputure sent us some samples of their latest Amaran LED lamps to evaluate. The Amaran AL-198 is a battery-powered lamp with 198 LEDs and adjustable intensity. The AL-198A adds the ability to “zoom” or adjust the beam angle of the emitted light.
Aputure have announced two new LED panels, the Amaran 198A and 198C, allowing photographers and film-makers to adjust beam angle and colour temperature of the light.