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.
Looking for a budget external flashgun that you can control in both manual and TTL modes? Yongnuo, the Shenzhen-based photo accessory manufacturer, have updated their YN467 speedlight with a refreshed model, the YN467-II.
Chinese flashgun manufacturer Yongnuo have brought out two new speedlights for on- and off-camera flash photography.
Four months after the release of the YN-565EX for Canon, the Nikon i-TTL version of Yongnuo’s flagship speedlight is now available.
Nikon have released a new flagship speedlight, the SB-910. It features minor changes such as a different menu system and improved heat management.
David Monteith-Hodge reviews PocketWizard’s ControlTL wireless TTL triggering system for Nikon cameras. How does it fare?
Japanese manufacturers Nikon and Nissin have each announced a selection of new products to be shown at Photokina 2010.
Canon has filed a patent for a radio-based flash control system. What does this mean, and what are other companies doing in the meantime?
There are now a range of options from which to choose allowing you to remotely control the flash power, modelling lights and more on your speedlights or studio flash units. This article is an overview.
An update on the latest developments and releases from Aputure, Elemental, Godox, Phottix and Yongnuo.
Speedlights.net has spotted a product listing on Yongnuo’s Hong Kong web site for an upcoming TTL speedlight with an LCD screen, called the YN-468.