The Debao SU-800, a Chinese-made copy of Nikonâ€™s Wireless Speedlight Commander, is said to work over longer ranges than the original.
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.
We are likely to see an i-TTL version of Phottix’s flashgun in the next couple of months, the manufacturer says.
The tilting, swivelling flashgun for the Nikon 1 series, the Speedlight SB-N5, is being discontinued.
The Nikon D7100 has been officially announced, able to stream images directly to a smartphone or tablet with an optional adapter.
Along with the new V2 mirrorless camera, the SB-N7 tilting Speedlight has been announced for the Nikon 1 system. But are you as free to use flash with Nikon 1 as you could be?
The MK580 and MK900 flashguns from MeiKe are near-exact copies of their Canon & Nikon namesakes.
A quick test to see how the Pixel King TTL trigger fares at high shutter speeds with manual non-TTL flash units.
A range of eBay sellers are listing Yongnuo lighting accessories as “for Nikon D400”.
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