The Debao SU-800, a Chinese-made copy of Nikon’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, we’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, Hähnel 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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