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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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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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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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PHOTTIX MITROS – Firmware Upgrades – Improved Recycle and Faster Settings etc

Phottix have released firmware updates for the Mitros flash units in both Canon and Nikon versions. A re-optimized overheat protection function, and increased number of flashes before the overheating protection function engages, effectively increases the recycle speeds of the flash for more shots before the protection function cuts in (for...

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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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