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GODOX – V860C VING ETTL Flash – Full Review

Following on from the success of the worlds first Lithium-Ion powered speedlight, in the V850 Ving, Godox are leading the way again with the new ETTL version V860C. The V850 are brilliant inexpensive remote manual flashes, though for around just $50 more, Godox are really taking value for money...

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Guide – Small Flash with Built-In Radio Triggers

SMALL FLASH WITH BUILT- IN RADIO TRIGGERS   Flash units with radio triggers built-in are fast overtaking separate radio triggers now. They offer big advantages in convenience and reliability, without all the extra receivers and batteries to manage, or cords and connections to cause issues. And as a bonus they...

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New Godox WITSTRO AD180, AD360 – Bare Bulb Flash – 180 & 360ws, Wireless Power Control.

Chinese company Godox have released impressive new WITSTRO AD180 and AD360 bare bulb hotshoe flashes, with claimed 180 and 360ws power output, and healthy 60m and 85m guide numbers (Iso 100, with the standard 28mm reflector), and Wireless Remote Manual Power Control. The Godox unit is just one of...

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YongNuo YN-568EX FP HSS Flash for NIKON – Now Available

Now available for Nikon – The YN-568EX flagship TTL flash from YongNuo is the lowest priced FP HSS (High Speed Sync) enabled flash currently available, allowing camera shutter speeds up to 1/8000th of a second. Feature wise the new YN-568EX is now coming much closer to the original Canon/Nikon and other 3rd party Japanese flashes,...

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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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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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