Tag Archive for: Radio Trigger

FLASHQ – Super Compact Funky Flash Trigger

HK based LightPix Labs have created the super small FlashQ radio flash trigger for mirrorless and compact DSLR cameras. And they are now crowd sourcing funds to help produce these great little cubes. There are plenty of manual radio triggers available now, though surprisingly little designed specifically to compliment the...

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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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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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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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