Archive for category: REVIEWS

GODOX PB960 – Lithium Power Pack – Review

The Godox PB960 Power pack has been discussed already in the Godox Witstro review, though I haven’t really reviewed the pack itself when used with speedlites. I have some more Lithium packs now to review, though testing those has just reaffirmed how good the Godox PB-960 are.     BATTERY MANAGEMENT  ...

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GODOX – Witstro AD180 / AD360 Bare Bulb Flash – Review

The Godox Witstro AD180 is the first serious manual bare bulb hotshoe flash alternative to emerge, with 150WS, Remote Manual Power Control, and even remote FP HSS, filling the void left when flashes like the popular Sunpak 120J where discontinued a number of years ago. Update – Godox also...

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NEW Phottix MULTI BOOM 16″ – Easy Tilt for Umbrella Softboxes!

I’m very excited to announce the release of the new Multi-Boom Mini 16″ from Phottix. Not only because its a fantastic tool, but also because I designed the Multi-Boom with Phottix. And Phottix have done an exceptional job of creating a great end product which I’m extremely pleased with! And the best part...

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YongNuo YN-568EX – TTL & FP HSS Flash Review

The YN-568EX is the latest flagship TTL flash from YongNuo, and the first flash unit from a Chinese manufacture to feature High Speed Sync (HSS) allowing camera shutter speeds up to 1/8000th of a second. Released just in time to team up with the new, and already very popular, YN-622C ETTL and HSS enabled radio triggers...

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Phottix ARES Manual Trigger Overview

Ares are the new inexpensive base model Manual radio triggers from Phottix, but don’t let that base model tag put you off as the Ares are really a solid option with some unique features. Instead of trying to squeeze a lot of features into a compromised package, Phottix have simply taken the most commonly used functions and boosted those into a solid, high performance...

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Budget Slave Flash Option for the YN-622C

For just a couple of hundred dollars you can quite easily get started in off camera lighting now with a very decent kit of 3 basic manual YN-560 speedlights and RF-602 radio triggers. Manual is a great off camera, and often the best way to learn anyway, but remote control of the power levels from the...

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Phottix Odin ETTL Trigger Review

Phottix have released their much anticipated entry into the ETTL and remote manual trigger market with the Odin TTL trigger. Phottix have previously delivered one of the best Manual trigger options available for speedlights in the Strato II triggers, so expectations where high with the TTL Odin and they have certainly delivered again. UPDATE – The Phottix...

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