A Kickstarter project for an iPhone incident light meter adapter has been successfully funded, raising over ten times its $10,000 goal.
A new brand of WiFi-enabled speedlights promises photographers the ability to control power and colour temperature remotely via a mobile app.
A Kickstarter project for a device that turns an iPhone into an light meter has exceeded its funding target within days of being launched.
Rotolight have announced what they call “the world’s most advanced LED floodlight”, a 1000W-equivalent lamp which you can control over WiFi using an iPhone or iPad.
Elinchrom’s Skyport iOS app, originally announced a year ago, is finally available in the App Store. It allows photographers to remotely control the settings of their RX series studio flashes.
Elinchrom have announced an iPhone app for remotely controlling their RX series lights.
The new iPhone 4 has a built-in flash. Innovatronix now have distributors in UK and Australia. The upcoming Phottix Atlas outperforms the PocketWizard Plus II. Pixel TR-332 now compatible with more cameras. First review published of Strobeam DL4.