Rick Bradbury tests three new Chinese TTL slave flashguns. How do they compare?
Fans of radio-enabled flashguns are soon to be spoilt for choice, with yet another 2.4GHz speedlight hitting the market.
The Cactus RF60 radio flashgun appears in a video showcasing its wireless capabilities.
Like the Canon 600EX-RT but wish you could trigger it from any camera? Now you can.
The first third-party alternative to the Canon ST-E3-RT is going on sale for $150.
Robbert reviews the heavy-duty Nissin MG8000 Extreme flashgun and high-voltage PS8 Power Pack.
Time to ditch the AAs? The Godox Ving V850 flashgun is available now for $120.
Kenro has announced the release of the Nissin Di600 flashgun, priced Â£144.
With many times the capacity of AAs, will lithium batteries in flashguns make external power packs obsolete?
Yet another flashgun with radio triggering built inside: the MeiKe MK570.
The YN600EX-RT and YN-E3-RT are the first third-party flashgun and trigger compatible with Canon’s radio system.
Another radio-controlled flash system is in the works, sources say.