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No it does not. But it has a built in optical trigger which will trigger to your camera flash. Also there is an option to bypass the pre-flash. (TTL) This comes with a trigger cable to connect to a trigger device.
Since it is an optical slave trigger (the red dome on top of the light), it depends entirely on the ambient light. If you are outside in bright sunshine, the slave sensor may not trigger the light at all. If you are in a dark theater, you could be more than 100 feet away. My advice would be to get a radio-trigger setup; those are generally good up to 100 feet with no obstructions (line of sight).
Can you tell me if this kit works with the Nikon D90 and what accessories do I need to complete the set up? Feb 21, 2015
you will need a strobe remote trigger, which includes the transmitter and receiver. If your camera has a pc outlet you can use the supplied sync cord, if you do not have a pc outlet you can purchase an adapter for the hotshoe with a pc outlet. it's good to be able to use both in case one fails during a shoot.
I am not familar with these units, I am looking for a strong flash to do a sunset beach shoot. I'm using Canon 70D, What to buy, Thanks 16 days ago
This is good strong for yr camera
some times fires some times dont..I am using mark III with direct sync code...whats wrong am doing 17 days ago
make sure the electric plug is pushed in all the way, sometimes it slips just a little bit, looks all the way but won't fire. See if that helps.
Is that unit provide slave trig shooting using the camera flash as the main light. Second is that head provide using soft box Mar 27, 2015
Yes the strobe has switchable salve triggering, and it can be turned off or on. And yes you can use your on camera flash to trigger the strobe with no problem.