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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Sunpak PF30x

Sunpak PF30x

Sunpak has long been a professional favourite and this fairly small model has a decent GN of 30m@ISO100, with a 90° tilting head...

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£95.00 85%
Sony HVL-F42AM Flashgun

Sony HVL-F42AM Flashgun

With the F36AM flashgun now discontinued, Sony Alpha users have a current choice of two: the top-end F56AM and this, the F42AM...

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£190.00 87%
Sigma EM-140DG

Sigma EM-140DG

The only system currently available from a major independent, the Sigma EM-140DG is available for Nikon (i-TTL), Canon E-TTL) and Sigma cameras.......

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£270.00 84%
Sigma EF-530 DG ST

Sigma EF-530 DG ST review

Upon first inspection, the Sigma EF-530 DG ST flash looks like a no-nonsense piece of kit.....

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£119.00 86%
Sigma EF-500 DG ST

Sigma EF-500 DG ST

This is a comparatively large unit that offers full tilt and bounce functions.......

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£100.00 85%
Samsung SEF-36PZF Flash

Samsung SEF-36PZF

Samsung’s entry to the mid-level flashgun market is a well-made and reasonably small unit offering full TTL operation with the company.s DSLRs.....

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£155.00 86%
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%
Ring Flash

Orbis Ring Flash

A cheaper variation of the ring flash

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£185.00 82%
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%
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%

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