Pixel has announced that its latest TTL flash trigger, currently released for Canon, has a Nikon-fit version on the way.
Nissin’s newest flash is out now for Â£169, offering photographers rather a lot for their money.
Following on from our earlier overview of the YN-622N i-TTL flash triggers, weâ€™re testing out a couple more features that these devices have to offer.
A quick hands-on review of the Yongnuo YN-622N i-TTL triggers, which provide wireless control of Nikon Speedlights via radio.
The Nikon version of the durable Tuff TTL flash trigger is coming next month, HÃ¤hnel says.
The long-awaited Nikon version of Yongnuo’s YN-622 TTL flash trigger is now available to order. And it has more features than we expected!
We are likely to see an i-TTL version of Phottix’s flashgun in the next couple of months, the manufacturer says.
Yongnuo has announced that the Nikon version of their popular YN-622C TTL flash trigger is on its way.
After a long wait and lots of hype, the Phottix Odin 2.4GHz wireless flash trigger for Nikon is released today.
Phottix have started a countdown to what can only possibly be the long-awaited Odin for Nikon wireless i-TTL trigger.
We try the Pixel King Wireless i-TTL radio trigger, using it with Nikon speedlights and with low-priced third party i-TTL flashes from China. Does it work?
Fear not – say Phottix’s marketeers – the Phottix Odin Wireless TTL Trigger is definitely coming, but they want the production model to be bug-free to save the need for repeated firmware updates.