New York retailer Adorama has introduced a new line of softboxes under its house brand.
Commercial photographer Hector Cruz gets to grips with Adorama’s new $200 AC/DC monolight. Is it any good?
Described as “compact and ideal for on-location shooting”, the Flashpoint MK-180T is a studio flash head powered by an external battery pack.
Can something like the 500C, a bi-colour LED continuous light panel, replace your trusty studio flashes?
At the close of 2011, Adorama, the New York photographic retailer, informed us that “a new Flashpoint monolight with special capabilities” would be introduced this year. That product range has now been unveiled and will be available for sale in March.
Adorama are working on some new own-brand lighting equipment, expected to be officially announced and released next year.
A range of 86″ and 64″ budget parabolic umbrellas are now available from Adorama from $59.95.
Useful and interesting lighting links and tutorials relating to Pixel Enterprise, Adorama, PocketWizard, Lastolite, Apple and more.
New York-based photographic retailer Adorama have several new lighting-related products in stock, including own-brand Pelicases, studio clamps, Profoto BatPac, Creative Light softboxes and Rogue FlashBenders.
The increasing use of video DSLRs, flashes without modelling lights and cameras without decent autofocus assists has created a new demand for compact LED video lights. Here we compare three cheap $30 lights.
Reviews on two portable DC monolights, plus a Groups feature announced in the Pixel TR-332 Canon E-TTL triggers. Read on for full reviews and details.
Adorama has released a speedlight accessory kit called the Flashpoint Q series.