The YN600EX-RT and YN-E3-RT are the first third-party flashgun and trigger compatible with Canon’s radio system.
Allan MacDonald tests out the new Pixel King Pro and King X E-TTL flash triggers for Canon. Are they any good?
Canon has announced a new high-end compact camera, the Powershot G16, with built-in WiFi.
Just how basic a camera can you buy and still get flashing? Two compacts tested in the studio and on location.
The Debao SU-800, a Chinese-made copy of Nikon’s Wireless Speedlight Commander, is said to work over longer ranges than the original.
You can now buy the Phottix Mitros for Canon directly from the Phottix Store for $349.99.
Chinese manufacturer Triopo apparently wasn’t happy with Canon’s 600EX-RT and ST-E3-RT so they’ve developed their own system of radio-enabled speedlites.
Mark Boadey goes hands-on with Yongnuo’s YN-622C E-TTL triggering system, a Canon EOS 7D and Speedlite 430EX II.
In the run-up to the full product review, we leave you with a first look at these wireless flash triggers.
Preparandonos para revisar estos radio transmisores os dejamos un avant preview de estos transmisores.
Canon’s new EOS M mirrorless camera can control off-camera Speedlites, but does the included 90EX have high speed sync?
The MK580 and MK900 flashguns from MeiKe are near-exact copies of their Canon & Nikon namesakes.