In case you missed it: the new flashes announced by Godox over the past year.
Profoto’s A-series flashes have spawned several imitators. Here is a list.
A new stylish protective skin for your outdoor flash.
Compact 60-watt LED studio light that can run on battery or mains power.
Five ‘pocket flash’ systems inspired by the Godox Witstro AD200.
Radio accessory adds wireless control, triggering and HSS exposure metering of Godox lights.
An FCC application shows the GX radio triggering module, which will enable wireless control of Godox flashes from Sekonic light meters.
No need for a Godox A1: control Flashpoint/Godox flashes from your smartphone with the new and improved R2 Pro II radio trigger.
The Triopo F1-200 is a new brick-shaped portable flash with a strong resemblance to Godox’s AD200.
Godox plans to release a hotshoe flash with a circular H200R-style head, lithium battery and built-in radio controls.
Spotted in Germany: a round bare-bulb head for the Godox Witstro AD200 that apparently works as a Profoto connector.
Markus Klinko reviews the mains power adapter for the Flashpoint Xplor 600 Pro (Godox Witstro AD600 Pro).