The Phottix Mitros+ is a new speedlight available for the Canon TTL system. The Mitros+ has a built-in transceiver, which allows the speedlight to send or receive radio trigger signals to and from other Mitros+ speedlights. Additionally, the Mitros+ can work with Phottix Odin and Strato units. As a speedlight, the Mitros+ is on par with flagship units from Canon and Nikon. [click to continue…]
Alongside the 5 new HD Pentax DA Limited lenses, Ricoh also introduced a pair of weather-sealed speedlights, the AF540FGZ II and AF360FGZ II.
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PocketWizard has a new off-camera flash tutorial (above) hosted by Joe Brady that covers the ins and outs of off-camera flash with mirrorless cameras. In the tutorial, Brady takes the Sony NEX-6 and NEX-7 for a spin with the PocketWizard Plus III and MiniTT1 and a variety of speedlights. [click to continue…]
Along with the new 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6 VR lens, Nikon also unveiled the new SB-300 compact speedlight. The SB-300 features a bounce head with up to 120-degrees of tilt. It covers 18mm DX lenses and is powered by two AAA batteries. [click to continue…]
Now through September 25, 2013, Sigma has over 20 different lenses and flashes available for instant rebates (several camera mounts) up to $200 off regular prices. Check them all out here at B&H Photo and here at Amazon.com.
PocketWizard has a new Nikon Power Cable that works with the MiniTT1, Plus III and MultiMAX (w/ USB) transceivers. It will allows these transceivers to draw power from any Nikon DSLR that is equipped with a 10-pin remote port.
The PocketWizard transceivers use little power and, according to PocketWizard, have almost no impact on the camera’s battery life. The Nikon Power Cable (PW-DC-N10) is available for $20. You can find it here at B&H Photo.