You wanted it, now it is here: The Phottix BG-A77 Multifuction Battery Grip. This grip has been much-requested and is now making its way to Phottix retailers.
Frank Doorhof, Netherland’s based photographer and educator, has given the Phottix Odin TTL Trigger for Sony a workout and review on his website.
We get a lot of questions regarding the Phottix Odin, Strato II Multi and Strato and how they work together. It’s fairly easy to understand.
The new standard for TTL flashes: The Phottix Mitros**. After more than two years in development Phottix’s series of TTL hot shoe flashes for Canon, Nikon and Sony will be released.
The Phottix Odin for Canon and Nikon have been very popular. Phottix is pleased to announce a Sony-compatible Odin version. The Odin: Now a perfect trifecta from Phottix.
Sony users can now rejoice: The Phottix Strato II Multi is now available with a Sony compatible hot shoe. The Strato II Multi 5-in-1 Wireless Trigger, beloved darling of off-camera flash aficionados, has all the same features as the Canon and Nikon compatible models:
I really want a Fuji X100. What’s not to like: An APS-C size sensor with EVF in a cool retro-esque body with an equivalent 35mm f/2 lens? Reviews are mixed.
Pentax joins the fray with the world’s smallest and lightest camera with interchangeable lenses: the Pentax Q. Details of the new super-small digital camera were leaked earlier this week.
One of the many ‘fresh’ rumors that have been floating around in the recent days is that of the imminent release of a Nikon EVIL (Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens or Mirrorless) camera in March 2011 (posted NikonRumors.com 2 Jan 2011). This posting was based off an article published by DSLR Magazine which reports not only [...]