The Pixel Opas is a transceiver-based wireless flash trigger which looks similar to the popular Phottix Atlas. How does it fare in our review?
Three different wireless flash triggers, all with pass-through TTL hotshoes and wireless flash grouping. Which one is right for you?
Pixel Enterprise have unveiled a TTL cord system that connects together by means of common ethernet cables. We try it out.
The Pixel King E-TTL triggers have been released, with the possibility of an add-on “ZoneController” type accessory to be available in the future.
Innovatronix hold a clearance sale while Rift Labs revise the form factor of their RGB LED light. Rime Lite release Storm 2 and Storm 4 monolights. Pixel announce a transceiver-based flash trigger.
At the Interphoto trade show in Shanghai, new products and developments are presented and discussed by Aputure, CononMark, Jinbei, MeiKe, Phottix, Pixel, Yongnuo and other manufacturers.
Photographer Richard Bradbury presents a detailed review of the as-yet unreleased Pixel King TTL triggers for Canon Speedlites. How do they fare?
A feature commonly added to new radio flash triggers is something called “TTL pass-through”. What is it and when would you use it in real life?
We have been evaluating pre-production models of Pixel Enterprise’s upcoming Pixel King wireless TTL flash triggers for Canon. Do they work reliably? Are they easy to use? Find out in our first review.
Pixel Enterprise have announced the Pixel Rook, a compact flash trigger with Wireless Flash Grouping and TTL pass-through, to be released in May this year.
We review the current generation of budget flash triggers: the Yongnuo RF-602, Pixel Soldier TF-372, Phottix Strato 4-in-1, Aputure Trigmaster and MeiKe MK-RC7. How do they compare?
Comparing wireless flash triggers from Phottix, Aputure, Yongnuo, Pixel and MeiKe, which ones provide you with the fastest sync speeds?