CononMark have updated their popular line of battery-powered portable flash heads with a model offering 1/8000 second sync.
Dr. Frankenstein has created a new abomination in the factories of Shenzhen, China. The iQ ring light is a new product from CononMark.
Does CononMark’s new 3G Wireless studio lighting system demonstrate that Chinese manufacturers are finally starting to “show a little respect for their long-term customer”?
Three different studio flash units have been released by Shenzhen-based manufacturer CononMark. The G4.0, GID50 and GE400 monolights add to the “3G Wireless” series of remote-controllable monolights.
The Impact Lite Trek 4.0, B&H’s version of the CononMark DL 4.0 battery-powered IGBT monolight, has dropped in price to $549.95 – cheaper than in Hong Kong!
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.
Elemental have become UK distributors of Godox. Bowens are offering a trade-in deal this month for 500C buyers. Photoflex TritonFlash is shipping. Phottix have new parabolic and double-fold umbrellas.
B&H have released a battery-powered 400J monolight under their Impact brand.
New power packs from Dynalite, fluorescent lighting kits from B&H, portable studio flashes from Phottix and a new UK distributor for Hedler.
British studio supplier Viewfinder Photography have released the Strobeam EID500, a 500J AC/DC monolight with fast flash durations and remote power control.
Lighting Rumours reviews the CononMark DD400S, a DC-only flash that takes universal batteries. Is it any good? And is it an example other manufacturers should follow?
At the Japan PhotoNext exhibition, CononMark shows off a 12VDC monolight (DD400) and Godox display a pure sine wave inverter power supply (LP-750).