You can now buy the Phottix Mitros for Canon directly from the Phottix Store for $349.99.
Photoflex has announced the Adjustable ShoeMount Rotating Hardware — their name for a bracket that fits two speedlights into a softbox.
We are likely to see an i-TTL version of Phottix’s flashgun in the next couple of months, the manufacturer says.
The LP180 Quad Sync flash will be released this summer, featuring 1/3-stop adjustments, external power support and a tripod mounting socket.
What’s the best flash unit available on a budget? David Selby presents a guide to various affordable flashes meeting different photographic needs.
The diminutive MK-300 flash unit from MeiKe, priced $50–60, packs a surprising number of features into its unassuming shell.
Is Calumet’s first own-brand flashgun, the Genesis SP692, as good in real life as it appears to be on paper?