This manual hot-shoe flash
is compatible with the major
camera brands. Power can
be adjusted over eight stops
in 1/3-stop increments. it
delivers a zoom range of
20-200mm, is powered
by four aa batteries and
has a canon-compatible
HV battery port for adding
additional battery packs. it’s
loaded with Phottix’s ares
ii wireless flash triggering
technology so you can
control other Phottix lights
right from the Juno.
Flashpoint R2 eVOLV 200
The eVolV 200 is a 200 W/s flash with TTl and
a battery capable of delivering 500-plus full-power flashes. it has interchangeable flash heads,
allowing you to adjust light modifiers as needed.
You can also pair the eVolV with a second unit to
create a 400 W/s flash. it uses a 2.4ghz wireless
radio and has a recycling time of under 2 seconds
at full power. it’s compatible with other r2-
enabled lights in the adorama flashpoint family.
3D Flex Flash WYNG
Some light modifiers are churned out from factories
in asia. The 3d flash flex is made in a garage in San
diego using 3d printers. The brainchild of wedding
photographers, the WYng is a speed light modifier
that’s super light yet durable. The WYng slips onto
your flash head but won’t obscure any of its output.
its gentle, curved shape helps reflect light onto your
subject. if you use gels, the WYng will hold them
securely in place over your flash.
if you want a
with plenty of easy
lumimuse is a good
option. it has several
snap-on filters to modify color
temperature and diffusion of the
eight leds. The lumimuse can be
dimmed in four steps and has a cri of 92+. it is daylight-balanced and delivers 550 lux at 1 meter. You’ll get
about an hour of life on a fully charged battery.
This compact led can be hot-shoe mounted and
has an af assist function that kicks on with a half-press of the shutter to help you lock focus. Used as
a continuous light, the go lite is dimmable in ten
steps and is daylight-balanced with a cri of 90+. it
ships with a tungsten filter and a daylight diffusion
dome, and runs off of four aa batteries.