Meike MK-910 Flash
Nearly identical to the Nikon of the same number, the Meike MK-910 Flash offers almost the same capabilities and overall performance as the more expensive brand name model on which it’s based, though the readout on the rear panel is a little more confusing than Nikon’s.
The Nikon SB-300 exists to serve the needs of photographers who use more of the automatic modes on their DSLRs, but who want to gain flexibility and image quality that the built-in pop-up flash can’t provide. Its controls are no more complicated than on and off.
Canon 430EX III-RT
For photographers looking to attain power in a small package, the Canon 430EX III-RT delivers a range extending up to 105 mm, despite its slight stature. Its catch-light panel intelligently brightens up dim scenes without overexposing the image.
The Nikon SB-700 takes its mode selection and throw widths out of the menu bank and places them on physical sliders on either side of the body. With a little sense memory, you can make adjustments to your strobe without ever taking your eye out of the viewfinder.
Panasonic Lumix Hybrid FL580L
The Panasonic Lumix Hybrid FL580L is as useful for shooting videos as it is for taking stills, thanks to a built-in continuous LED. Its 1.7-second recycling time is among the fastest out there, letting you take plenty of rapid-fire shots.
Because a micro four-thirds sensor will have a little less to offer in terms of low-light performance, there’s no excuse for Olympus shooters not to invest in the High-Intensity FL-900R . It also provides users with a 100-lux video light.
Sony External HVLF60RM
The Sony External HVLF60RM is a great choice for anyone shooting with one of the company’s excellent mirrorless cameras. It can function as a commander or a receiver in a large array of strobes, and is fully weather-sealed.
Canon 600EX II-RT
Undoubtedly their flagship model, the Canon 600EX II-RT allows you to program up to 21 different functions for use in familiar shooting environments. Its heat-resistant materials can withstand a high rate of continuous flashing.
Neewer VK750 II TTL
For its price, the Neewer VK750 II TTL puts out a lot of power, reaching up to 190 feet when fully zoomed in at ISO 100. It works electronically when locked into the camera’s hot shoe, as well as through a more traditional PC sync port.
After taking a baby step between the SB-900 and SB-910, the Nikon SB-5000 came along to take the company’s flash options into the 21st century. Coupled with their WR-R10 wireless adapter, your camera can command up to 18 strobes at once.