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?
Pixel Enterprise have announced a new generation of triggers. The Bishop offers wireless flash grouping and TTL pass-through on the transmitter, while the King adds wireless TTL control.
Useful and interesting lighting links and tutorials relating to Pixel Enterprise, Adorama, PocketWizard, Lastolite, Apple and more.
Photographic accessories manufacturer Pixel Enterprise Ltd. are releasing a new model of wireless flash trigger, the Pixel Soldier TF-37X. The new 2.4 GHz trigger builds on the Pawn TF-36X by adding wireless flash grouping and increased range.
The new iPhone 4 has a built-in flash. Innovatronix now have distributors in UK and Australia. The upcoming Phottix Atlas outperforms the PocketWizard Plus II. Pixel TR-332 now compatible with more cameras. First review published of Strobeam DL4.
Shenzhen iShoot push the boundaries of rebranding laziness with their “new” PT-04 D 2.4GHz wireless flash trigger.
GadgetInfinity launch their own blog; Yongnuo LED lights available on Dealextreme; wired control panels for R+ Digital from Quantuum; Bowens Gemini Classic review.
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.
Pixel’s Knight TR-332 TTL triggers (for Canon) have been given an extensive review, thanks to Clive Bolton.
XB Primes in Canada, a new electronic Samsung sensor, a series of RF-602 mods, and early reports on the Pixel TR-332.