Robbert tests out the Nikon version of Pixel’s high-end TTL flash triggering system.
The Sonnon DL-911 is Pixel’s second battery-powered LED light with 2.4GHz wireless synchronisation.
Allan MacDonald tests out the new Pixel King Pro and King X E-TTL flash triggers for Canon. Are they any good?
Barney Shortman tries out Pixel’s new Sonnon LED video lights featuring “wireless synchronisation”. Are they any good?
Pixel has announced that its latest TTL flash trigger, currently released for Canon, has a Nikon-fit version on the way.
Bowens’s electronic news gathering light, the Limelite Pixel, has hit the market.
After using both these E-TTL flash triggers over a long period for day-to-day professional work, which is the best?
Final specifications have been revealed for the King Pro TTL wireless flash trigger from Pixel Enterprise.
Pixel Enterprise has said that their upcoming TTL flash trigger has been renamed the “King Pro” and “will release soon”.
Pixel Enterprise has announced a series of new lighting products for 2013 and a rough release date for their King II TTL flash trigger.
Limelite showed off new Mosaic LEDs, Studiolite fluorescents, a ‘Pixel’ tungsten lamp, on-camera video lights and an all-new kind of LED technology at Focus On Imaging 2013.
Bowens subsidiary Limelite has produced two new LED panels, a fluorescent light bank and more continuous lighting gear to come.