We were sent a sample 600EX to review. What’s improved since the Speedlite 580EX II? And will you actually be able to buy it anywhere?
We review the Tuff TTL wireless flash trigger for Canon E-TTL, test it on location and compare it with the Pixel King.
Richard from theflasher.eu has kindly sent in some examples of hypersync being used out on location with the Canon version of the Pixel King.
In our first trial of the Canon Speedlite 600EX, we successfully test it with the Pixel King Wireless E-TTL Flash Trigger for Canon.
As well as the radio-enabled Canon 600EX-RT, there will be a cheaper, non-radio 600EX Speedlite to replace the 580EX II.
The first camera manufacturer to integrate radio-based triggering in their flashguns, Canon have unveiled the Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT and Speedlite 600EX-RT.
Canon have filed a patent for a system where a camera communicates with a shoe-mount external flashgun by radio signals instead of by wire.
Photographer Richard Bradbury presents a detailed review of the as-yet unreleased Pixel King TTL triggers for Canon Speedlites. How do they fare?
We have been evaluating pre-production models of Pixel Enterprise’s upcoming Pixel King wireless TTL flash triggers for Canon. Do they work reliably? Are they easy to use? Find out in our first review.
The Chinese language Strobist blog has reviewed Yongnuo’s new ST-E2 Speedlite Transmitter, finding the 3rd party offering trumps the original Canon unit in several areas.
Canon has filed a patent for a radio-based flash control system. What does this mean, and what are other companies doing in the meantime?
Sync speed issues with Cactus V4 wireless flash triggers and the Lumix G1, Canon 5D and Olympus E-30 have been resolved. All triggers sold from now on “should be free from these banding issues” with these cameras.