News and reviews for photographic lighting users
We gets hands on with Interfit’s newest wireless TTL studio flash, the Badger Unleashed. Is it any good?
Hensel has announced the Certo line of entry-level 200Ws and 400Ws studio flashes, with built-in Cactus radio receivers.
LightPix Labs has added USB charging to their FlashQ series of ultra-portable, stylish wireless triggers and flashes.
Profoto’s new portable 250Ws flash and video light, the B10, is available for $1600.
Thought your studio lights were mains only? Free them from the confines of the studio, with the new Interfit Nomad pure sine wave battery inverter.
Nissin is developing an all-carbon compact light stand, for photographers on the go.
No need for a Godox A1: control Flashpoint/Godox flashes from your smartphone with the new and improved R2 Pro II radio trigger.
Phottix has officially announced a new manual Li-ion flash and a manual radio trigger to go with it.
Yongnuo has released the Speedlite YN560Li, a manual radio-enabled master/slave flashgun that runs on standard 18650 lithium ion batteries.
The 330-watt HA-3300B COB LED from Nicefoto is designed for professional video production and has a Bowens S-fit accessory mount.
Administrators have been called in for Johnsons Photopia, the UK distributor for PocketWizard, Sekonic, BlackRapid, Peli and FJ Westcott.
The Triopo F1-200 is a new brick-shaped portable flash with a strong resemblance to Godox’s AD200.