Flashgun Reviews

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Nissin Di866 flash

Nissin Di866 Flashgun review

Nissin's new flagship flashgun, the Di866, breaks new ground

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Canon MT-24EX

Canon MT-24EX review

This twin light offers more functionality than the Canon ring flash, mainly due to the adaptability of the two lights......

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£630.00 86%
Nikon R1C1

Nikon R1C1

A pair of SB-R200 Speedlights and an SU-800 Wireless Commander make up the main part of the Nikon unit .

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£450.00 89%
Olympus SRF-11

Olympus SRF-11

With a GN of 11m @ ISO 100, the Olympus ring flash is compatible with the Zuiko 14-54mm and 50-200mm lenses, and the 50mm Macro with an optional adaptor...

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£420.00 85%
Canon MR-14EX

Canon MR-14EX review

Canon's ring flash has a guide number (GN) of 14m @ISO 100, and either tube can be adjusted down to 1/8 of its power, which is useful for creating shadows or modelling on the subject........

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£375.00 86%
Olympus STF-22

Olympus STF-22

Olympus's twin flash uses the same FC-1 controller as the ring flash, but offers more control options........

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£370.00 86%
Metz Mecablitz 45 CL-4 Digital

Metz Mecablitz 45 CL-4 Digital

The Metz Mecablitz 45 CL-4 Digital hammerhead flash is a tough, no-nonsense flash that offers plenty of creative options.

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£320.00 90%
Samsung 54PZF flash

Samsung 54PZF flash

Owners of Samsung DSLR cameras are well served by a pair of on-camera flash units, of which the 54PZF is the most powerful...

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£300.00 88%
Nikon SB900 Flash

Nikon Speedlight SB-900

Review of the Nikon Speedlight SB-900 flash

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£299.00 92%
Metz 58 AF-1 Digital flash

Metz 58 AF-1

A versatile third-party flashgun that works a treat for photographers who want a lot of power....

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£290.00 88%
Nissin Di866 flash

Nissin Di866 Flashgun review

Nissin's new flagship flashgun, the Di866, breaks new ground

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£290.00 87%

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