New stuff in stock, April to the archives.
Shown below are two flashes and the Tamron 70-300mm F/4-5.6 DI USD lens (no VC on Sony models) that may be a good alternative to the Sony 70-300mm G. The price is right, and Tamron currently offers a mail in $50 rebate for a final price of $399. I’ll be reviewing one in the near future.
The new Sony HVL-F43AM flash is currently priced at $274, much less than the original asking price of $350. This flash has the best power level control of any Sony flash to date, which is a good reason to try it out, especially if you use off-camera flash. The description says it has no on/off switch, but that’s a mistake, and a left over from using the HVL-F20AM description for a template.
The Nissin Di866 mark II flash has a neat secondary (sub) flash below the main head for fill use when using the main flash for bouncing. The info says the flash acts as a master trigger for other flashes, and is compatible with Sony’s flash system, although I’m not sure about how well that really works.
|Sony HVL-F43AM, Tamron 70-300mm F/4-5.6, Nissin Di866 mark II|