Canon USA has issued a product advisory warning customers about the existence of “counterfeit” Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT flashes being sold online.
The Shanny SN-E3-RF, SN600C-RF and SN600EX-RF are Shanny’s answer to radio flash systems from Phottix, Canon and Yongnuo.
Chinese manufacturer Shanny has released its own $140 answer to the Nikon Speedlight SB-910.
The Triopo TR-986N is a i-TTL flash with a full colour screen with a budget price and “professional features”. Is it any good?
The Pixel Mago is an E-TTL, high-speed flashgun with a built-in LED video lamp. At just $88, can Pixel’s first flash compete with Canon and Yongnuo?
Phottix has updated its Sony-fit Mitros-series flashguns to use the new Multi-Interface Shoe standard.
Yongnuo’s radio-enabled TTL flash, the YN600EX-RT â€” designed to be compatible with Canon’s RT system â€” is now on sale.
Allan MacDonald reviews the Shanny SN600SC Speedlite, a ‘radio-ready’ hotshoe flash from a new Chinese manufacturer. Is it any good?
The Shanny SN600S is a Chinese flashgun that looks rather too much like a Canon 600EX.
Phottix has just announced a Sony-compatible version of their well-received Mitros flash.
Ricardo reviews the ZR45, a radio-enabled speedlite with a minimalist user interface. Is it any good?
Lastolite has added a new 4-in-1 Umbrella, Skylite Rapid with Masks and Ezybox Speedlite to the Joe McNally Signature range.