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Chinese flash system manufacturer Cactus has released new firmware for its V6 II Transceiver that will allow it to wirelessly communicate TTL information between a Canon or Cactus flash and a Canon camera. The X-TTL update makes it possible to trigger Canon flashes and retain full TTL control with that flash either on or off camera.Canon flashes can be used on their own or in groups of Cactus mod
Elinchrom has announced the ELB 500 TTL portable light, their most powerful portable light ever. The battery pack and light combine for 500Ws of power and advanced features such as TTL metering, high speed sync, active charging and built-in Skyport. The ELB 500 is designed for professional photographers on the move who desire simplicity without sacrificing power. The ELB 500 TTL works quickly tha
Godox has launched a Nikon version of the XPro-C 2.4GHz wireless flash trigger it announced for Canon last month. The new model—aptly titled the XPro-N—is equipped to control Godox's X1 system, and is currently listed by online retailers as available for pre-order with shipping planned to start on October 31st.This Nikon version will be joined by models for Sony, Fujifilm, and MFT throughout the
In collaboration with B&H Photo, professional wildlife photographer Will Nicholls has launched a new YouTube channel dedicated to nature photography, Nature TTL. The new channel will focus on macro, landscape and wildlife photography and bring in industry experts to help educate viewers and showcase beautiful nature photography. The first episode features nature photographer and Nikon Ambassa
Profoto is expanding its AirTTL product family for Fujifilm cameras, the company has announced, with the release of a new Profoto Air Remote TTL-F. This wireless radio transmitter is designed for use with a Fujifilm camera's hot shoe, lending full HSS and TTL support with the Profoto Pro-10, D2, B1, B1X, and B2 flashes.This version of the Air Remote TTL was optimized for Fujifilm cameras in colla
Fuji Rumors reported last September about Profoto's plans to support Fujifilm with a dedicated Air Remote with TTL and HSS capabilities. Today, those rumors became reality as Profoto has announced the Air Remote TTL-F for Fujifilm. The Profoto AirTTL was first announced in November of 2013 and it started with support for Canon and Nikon. Sony support came next and earlier this year, Profoto a is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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