It's no secret at this point that Godox makes some fantastic products, so when the Godox Xpro-N TTL Wireless Flash Trigger came in for review I was really optimistic. The little China based company has been producing flashes and triggers that have been putting the Japanese to shame at a much more affordable price point.
One of the biggest problems that almost every photographer has with flash is that they don't know how to meter with it unless you've had extensive experience. And so today's questions comes from a place where it honestly shouldn't be a problem but it is.
In a move that has been long overdue, Profoto is finally going to provide support for Fujifilm in a big way. In an announcement made today on Profoto's website, the company will be providing Air TTL and HSS support for Fujifilm's cameras.
Chinese lighting manufacturer Godox has already released a few products in 2017 that have helped a lot of strobists build lighting kits with a modest investment. Most notably the Godox AD-200 (also sold as the Flashpoint eVolv) has become a crowd favorite for a portable and powerhouse flash.
It's been a while since PocketWizard has updated their flash triggers, but today the new PocketWizard FlexTT6 transceivers are being announced for Canon DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. They branding the PocketWizard FlexTT6 as their flagship TTL radios and with that said they're stating that they're legacy compatible with more than 20 Canon cameras and flashes. In fact, they're branding it as futureproof too.
One of the questions that has been typed very often into our search engine bar is whether or not professional photographers use TTL flash. It's easy to see how this can become confusing as many photographers out there speak about only shooting in manual all the time.
Holy recycle time batman! Photography speed demons get your bibs out, because Profoto just released a new monolight that’ll get the salivary glands going strong. It’s the Profoto D2, and it’s officially “the world’s fastest monolight with TTL.