Could it be? Is high-speed sync support coming to the Profoto B1 studio flash? (Probably, yes)
The Pixel Mago is an E-TTL, high-speed flashgun with a built-in LED video lamp. At just $88, can Pixel’s first flash compete with Canon and Yongnuo?
The CononMark K4T is a battery-powered flash offering wireless TTL and high-speed sync â€” the first studio light in the world to do so. Is it any good?
What is sync speed and how can high-speed sync (HSS) aid your photography?
Nicefoto has announced a battery-powered monolight with high-speed sync support.
The CononMark Leopard K4S, a portable studio flash with i-TTL, E-TTL and HSS support, is coming soon.
Pre-orders are now shipping for the Priolite MBX500 HotSync, a portable studio flash with HSS support.
Profoto has confirmed plans to add high-speed sync â€” but not stroboscopic mode â€” to its B1 AirTTL flash in 2014.
Battery-powered 500J studio flashes offering 1/8000 second sync are in the works.
Robbert tests out the Nikon version of Pixel’s high-end TTL flash triggering system.
The feature-packed Oloong SP-700 has started being listed on eBay, with early prices around US$200.
A new firmware update has been released for Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Triggers for Canon.