( 2 Triggers Pack ) VILTROX 2.4GHz Wireless Shutter Release Remote / Wireless Flash Radio Trigger for Nikon D4 D500 D810A D700 D800E
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- This flash trigger device is control discreteness for camera to trigger hot shoe flashgun synchronously and studio light . Work through wireless wireless remote signal controlling. It is very useful when you want to trigger 2 flashes or studio lights at one time.
- FSK 2.4GHz guarantee speed, distance and stability, the synchronization speed reaches 1/200s -1/250s, and very low voltage working make sure that high level of safety and no damage to camera.
- With 2.5mm-N1 shutter release cord , you use this set as wireless release shutter control directly .
- Includes 2 pcs 2.5-3.5mm studio light connection cord and 6.35mm adapter, Support 1st curtain, 2nd curtain .
- The 12Pcs camera flash diffuser color filters gel card is my gift , wish you can take very amazing works.
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D810A/D810/D4s/D800/D800E/D700/D300/D200/D3S/D300S/D3X/D3/ D2Xs /D2Hs/ D1/ D1h / D1x/ D3 /D4/ D2 / D2H / D2Hs / D2X/
The Altura Photo wireless flash trigger receiver and transmitter can serve you in a multitude of functions:
Wired Remote Control (for DSLR camera with remote socket)
Wireless Remote Control (for DSLR camera with remote socket)
Wireless Flash Trigger (for camera speedlight or studio light)
1x Transmitter (Batteries not included )
2x Receiver ( Batteries not included)
1x shutter control cable 2.5mm -N1
2 X 2.5-3.5mm studio cord
2x 6.35mm adapter
1x one set color filters gel card
VILTROX FC-240N Canon camera dedicated flash trigger
VILTROX FC-240N multi Wireless shutter trigger
FC-240N with FSK 2.4GHz guarantee speed, distance and stability.
Support camera wireless shutter function. Remote control distance range is about 30-50M in open area.
Support: Front and Rear curtain SYNC
By connecting to the two plugs on one side of device, can achieve :¡°Flash¡± Wirelessly trigger studio light, ¡°Camera¡± Remote photo- taking. Support PC interface trigger studio light.
PC interface input supports front/rear curtain SYNC,high speed SYNC ( super SYNC )
When using the flashguns Nikon, the shutter synchronization speed reaches 1/200s
You can control different camera for photo shooting by purchasing shutter control cable separately.
You can also control all kinds of flashgun and studio light
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I've been using these for about a week and these have been great! Worked right of the box. No misfires. Super easy to get going.
I've paid the same amount of money for a just one sync cable for Pocket Wizard that i paid for this complete setup that included the transmitter, two receivers, all the sync cables (a remote shutter cable for Nikon) and color gels for a camera flash!
Total bargain. I'll update this should i have any issues. But this wireless setup totally exceeded my expectations. Great product.
When they work, they seem to work well.
They take normal AAA batteries and don't require special cells the way others do
They seem to have decent range and 4 channels to choose from
Each has an on/off switch
They support TTL metering from your camera
I've had trouble mounting the Transmitter on my camera. I don't think it marries up perfectly to my Canon 7D. I've put just a small bit of gaffers tape against the front area to get it seated slightly father back on my cameras hot shoe, which seems to make things better.
The receiver has this tiny 2.5mm jack (I think it can be used to trigger the transmitter to release the shutter). It doesn't come with the set which is disappointing. What I really wanted was the ability to have a PC connector port or headphone sized jack so I can attach them to my strobes as well. (presently I use a non-TTL cube on top of the receiver and jery-rig a connection to the strobes when needed).
I want to like these but really have'n't had consistent results (flash firing appropriately or TTL link up). More testing required but for now I'd say they are usable but they don't wow me.
Also it just works. Plug and play. Can't ask for much more. I haven't tested the range but it's fine for indoor shots.