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PHOTTIX – Mitros+ for Sony Released

Phottix have released the Mitros+ flash for Sony, and they should start shipping to retailers this week. Mitros+ are the first speedlight system available for Sony with full TTL radio transceivers built-in. This is a major advancement for Sony based wedding and event photographers needing a TTL flash on-camera, while...

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YONGNUO – YN-600EX-RT – Due “ABOUT” October

With frustration levels mounting among many expectant customers YongNuo have finally provided an update, and a rough estimate of October 2014 availability for the much anticipated YN-600EX-RT flash unit. The Canon RT compatible YN-600EX-RT flash was unofficially announced in September 2013, along with the YN-E3-RT transmitter unit, which is...

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CACTUS – RF60 Radio Flash – Now Available

The new Cactus RF60 remote manual speedlite with 2.4GHz radio transceivers built-in are now available for around $139.95. The new RF60 transceiver flash will act as either a transmitter or receiver, so one flash can control the manual power levels (and zoom) of other flashes set to receiver mode....

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PHOTTIX – SCOTT KELBY MITROS+ ODIN Portable Lighting KIT – Great Deal!

Scott Kelby and Phottix have put together a great portable lighting kit, a Mitros+ Odin combination, plus compact light stand and number of accessories for just $499. This is great portable lighting kit with the excellent Odin and Mitros+ TTL and HSS radio system built in, all for the...

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PHOTTIX MITROS+ for NIKON – Review By DAVE CHEUNG

Professional wedding photographer, Flash Havoc reader, and all round great guy, Dave Cheung has jumped right into the deep end – moving to a full kit of the new Nikon Phottix Mitro+ Flashes, Odin transmitters, and Atlas II receivers, for his nicely integrated new lighting kit. Phottix have the...

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CONONMARK – K4S Leopard TTL and HSS Portable Monolight

Chinese manufacturer CononMark have revealed what may be the first TTL and HSS enabled monolight available, with the coming K4S Leopard 400WS portable DC strobe and Lithium-Ion battery pack. Profoto were recently the first with a TTL monolight available, in the B1 fully wireless strobe. Though the B1 does...

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