Cheap Photo: Flashpoint XPLOR 600 for Under $420, eVOLV 200 $297

These new photography lighting deals make getting into off-camera flash affordable.

If you’re on the hunt for some killer deals on photography lighting and Canon cameras, you’re in the right place. We have found outstanding deals on some Flashpoint lights like the Xplor 600 (non-TTL) for just $419.20, and the TTL version for only $559.20! The ultra-popular Flashpoint eVOLV 200 with a barn door kit has dropped to the crazy low price of $297. The Profoto B2 250 Air TTL has a whopping discount of $1,100, which makes it only $995! Canon’s Fall Frenzy sale is still going on too. You can grab the Full Frame EOS RP with the EF to RF mount adapter for only $999, while the Canon EOS R with a Vanguard tripod, and 64GB SD card is only $1,799. See all of the photography lighting deals and deep discounts on Canon cameras after the break. Continue reading…

Cheap Photo: Orlit RoveLight RT 610 Rechargeable Monolight Is Just $399

If you want to use off-camera flash, the Orlit RoveLight RT 610 HSS TTL with a trigger for $399 is the perfect way to start.

Using off-camera flash is the easiest way to make your images stand out from the crowd. It’s honestly not as hard as you may think to learn the techniques needed to take your photos to the next level. Some may think it’s expensive to get a quality rechargeable monolight to take with you on location. That notion couldn’t be further from the truth, though. For a limited time, you can pick up the excellent, rechargeable ORLIT RoveLight RT 610 monolight that features both HSS and TTL, and it comes with a remote trigger for just $399! Join us after the break for more details about this monolight and the deal. Continue reading…

Cheap Photo: Olympus Pen E-PL8 $349, Orlit 610 TTL Monolight Just $399

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These camera deals and discounts on lighting will soon be coming to an end, so snap them up while you can.

There are some great camera deals to be had, but you’d better hurry if you want to take advantage of them: they will be ending soon. If you’re looking for a small camera that can go everywhere with you, check out the Olympus Pen E-PL8. This little gem is just $349 (save $250), and it comes with a 14-42mm lens! At this price, it’s a steal. This is also the last week that you can get the Fujifilm X-H1 with booster grip for $999. Take advantage of the trade-in deals from both Nikon and Olympus too that will give you extra money on top of your trades. Looking for a monolight? The tremendous Orlit 610 TTL battery-powered light has come down to only $399! Under $400 for a 600ws rechargeable monolight: this is an incredible deal! To see all of the other camera deals and lighting discounts scroll on past the break. Continue reading…

Review: ORLIT RoveLight RT 610 TTL Monolight with On Board Power (Sony)

The ORLIT RoveLight RT 610 TTL Monolight gives you a whole lot in an affordable package.

Adorama’s ORLIT RoveLight RT 610 TTL Monolight is quite a powerful package. With 600 watt seconds of power, it’s going to give you more than enough light output to light a wedding hall and for most portraiture gigs. Attach a very big umbrella to it and it will obviously deliver enough power. But then consider how simple it is to use. Adorama has been refining this over the years with their Flashpoint brand and while it is more or less a variation of a GODOX light, the difference is that you can get quicker service often from Adorama right here in the US. While you’re not getting the Profoto name or build quality, I can almost guarantee you that photographers who use this light won’t be able to tell the difference between the light output from the ORLIT and a Profoto’s.

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Adorama Announces New ORLIT Flashes and Monolights

If there was one thing that you could say was true of the photography industry today, it would be that there are more options now in terms of quality, low budget lighting and accessories than most people know what to do with. Adorama is bringing another batch of products to the market with their newly announced ORLIT lighting products. Continue reading…