We found the 2010 Trigmaster a bit short on features and slow in speed compared to competing triggers. The new version has received a raft of improvements making it one of the most attractive systems on the market.
Aputure have announced Amaran, the Chinese manufacturer’s first venture into LED lighting.
At the Interphoto trade show in Shanghai, new products and developments are presented and discussed by Aputure, CononMark, Jinbei, MeiKe, Phottix, Pixel, Yongnuo and other manufacturers.
We review the new 2.4GHz version of the Trigmaster Plus, Aputure’s transceiver-based wireless flash remote and shutter release.
Upcoming reviews at Lighting Rumours: Walimex PBS-400, Hensel Porty Lithium 12, PocketWizard AC3 and more.
Aputure Trigmaster Plus flash transceivers have halved in price to $59.95.
We review the current generation of budget flash triggers: the Yongnuo RF-602, Pixel Soldier TF-372, Phottix Strato 4-in-1, Aputure Trigmaster and MeiKe MK-RC7. How do they compare?
Aputure’s Trigmaster Plus flash triggering system is now available for â‚¬100-110 in Germany and Italy.
Comparing wireless flash triggers from Phottix, Aputure, Yongnuo, Pixel and MeiKe, which ones provide you with the fastest sync speeds?
Yongnuo have released two new LED lamps, Aputure are shipping their Trigmaster Plus transceivers and PocketWizard have published updates on their Nikon ControlTL system.
Shun the Cyber Commander and ControlTL for the ultimate “Strobist” route with this remote chimping device! Plus a Trigmaster Plus release update. More details inside.
Aputure’s 433MHz Trigmaster flash trigger has been released on eBay. It is available for US$52 from Hong Kong based seller izenet.