Photography Equipment Reviews

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The MagneFlash Splash Mono 40L is a portable flash unit with a unique design to give it a better performance when used with modifiers such as brollies and softboxes. We put the system to the test.

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The Strobeam DL 250 Mk III is put through its paces.

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Could the Manfrotto ML120 Pocket LED light up your world? We aim to find out in our mini test.

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The Photoflex TritonFlash is a truly portable studio flash, but does small mean limited? Peter Bargh puts it to the test.

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Could a £1 Camping Light from Poundland be used for photography. Peter Bargh blows the dust off his purse to find out...

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The ePHOTOzine review of a portable beauty dish that provides top quality lighting. Will Cheung tries it out.

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The Orbis offers portable ringflash and quality lighting. Will Cheung gives it the ePHOTOzine treatment.

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The Sunpak 16R Pro Ring Flash is a budget flash unit that gives balanced light around the lens for macro work or portraiture.

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Elinchromís Ranger Quadra portable flash aims to fill the gap between a traditional TTL flashgun and studio flash.

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The Metz 58 AF-1 twin-head flashgun has a GN of 58 (ISO100/metres). Priced at £267, it sits between the SB-600 and SB-900 Speedlight flashguns from Nikon and the 580 EX and 430 EX II Speedlite flashguns from Canon.

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We didn't think we'd be able to review a Microlite without any flight experience. Maybe the panel will decide?

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The Joby Gorillatorch is based on the Gorillapod wrappable leg concept, with a torch that could be useful for photographers, as Peter Bargh discovers.

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