This radio slave transmitter with two receivers is designed and made by Fotodiox with a LOW triggering voltage (5.1v) for strobe lights. The units 4-channel design makes it not only reliable and easy to operate, but also allows the photographer to change the channel if anyone else is using the same frequency so shooting can continue. The low voltage is safe for all digital and film cameras.
The transmitter, powered by a 12-volt pre-installed (type 23A) battery, has a standard hot shoe mount that can be mounted and triggered from the camera's hot shoe. The unit also has a standard PC connection for photographers who wish to connect by PC sync. The PC connection is especially helpful for use with a flash meter. The test button enables triggering of the strobes without firing the camera.
The two receivers included with the kit allow operation of two strobes simultaneously without the concern of other cameras accidently firing the units, great for weddings where other people are using flashes. Each unit is powered by 2x user replaceable AA batteries, providing power for up to 5000 shots. Sync connection of the receivers to the strobes uses a standard ¼ inch mono-plug. A 1/8 inch mono-plug adapter is also included. Additional receivers can be purchased separately.
The carrying case is beautifully made with dedicated chambers for storing the entire set whether in the studio or location.
|Style||Radio Slave Trigger Kit|
|Effective Power Range||100 feet|
|Power Source||2x AA batteries per receiver|
|Triggering Voltage||5.1 volts|
|Triggering Mount||Hot Shoe|
|Recycle Time||< 0.3 second|
|Sync Speed||Up to 1/1000 second|