Phottix has just announced a Sony-compatible version of their well-received Mitros flash.
We continue our series with an explanation of what TTL metering is and why you may or may not want it in your speedlights.
The CononMark Leopard K4S, a portable studio flash with i-TTL, E-TTL and HSS support, is coming soon.
The Nikon version of Phottix’s radio-enabled TTL flashgun is now on sale for $449.99.
A Ving TTL is slated for March and a Witstro TTL is in the works, Godox says. Plus, our Ving review is coming soon.
Allan MacDonald tests out the new Pixel King Pro and King X E-TTL flash triggers for Canon. Are they any good?
The feature-packed Oloong SP-700 has started being listed on eBay, with early prices around US$200.
The Nikon version of the durable Tuff TTL flash trigger is coming next month, Hähnel says.
What’s the best flash unit available on a budget? David Selby presents a guide to various affordable flashes meeting different photographic needs.
The diminutive MK-300 flash unit from MeiKe, priced $50–60, packs a surprising number of features into its unassuming shell.
The newly announced Triopo TR120 can be seen as a bare-bulb flash on a budget.
Photographers can expect to see full-blown studio lights with wireless TTL exposure control in the future.