Canon SpeedLite 580EX II, 580EX, 550EX, 540EZ, 520EZ, 430EZ, 430EX, 430EX II, 420EX, 420EZ, 380EX.
Nikon SpeedLite SB900, SB-800, SB-600, SB-28, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25, SB-24.
Olympus FL-50R, FL-50, FL-36R, FL-36;
Pentax AF-540 FGZ, AF-360 FGZ, AF-400 FT, AF-240 FT;
Sigma EF-530 DG Super, EF-500 DG Super, EF-430;
Sunpak Auto 2000DZ, 622 Pro, 433AF, 433D, 383, 355AF, 344D, 333D;
Vivitar 285HV, DF-400MZ, DF-340MZ, 2700;
Other hotshoe flash models with a trigger voltage of 12V or lower
This wireless trigger is control discreteness for camera to trigger hot shoe flashgun synchronously
Easy installation, low power consumption
No any damage to camera
High-speed and synchronous for 1/200 second
Max. working distance: 30M (open area, without interference)
8 channels to avoid interference.
The receiver has an on/off switch, and an LED to indicate triggering.
A standard 1/4" screw mount.
New design: Channel Selector outside the transmitter and the receiver
8 channels with hot shoe connector for external flashes
Transmitter Power: 23A 12V battery (installed)
Receiver Power: 2 AAA Battery (Not included)
Maximum Working Distance: 30m (open area, without interference)
Operates on Frequency: 433MHz
Triggering life: up to 20,000 times
How to Operate:
1)Set the channel selectors on both transmitter and receiver on same position
2)Plug the transmitter to the camera's hots hoe socket
3)Switch to On position of the receiver
4)Plug the flash onto the receiver
5)Press the test button on the transmitter to test before shooting.
It can be mounted on the hot shoe of camera or connected to the PC socket of camera with the cord supplied.
Using the PC socket connection (if your camera has one) allows simultaneous use of a hot shoe-mounted flash unit and off-camera flashes with this radio trigger set. There's a test button on the top of the transmitter for test firing. The dip switches for channel selection are on the bottom. There is no power switch. The transmitter is powered by a small 12V alkaline battery. Remove the cover by a small screwdriver before changing the battery.
It has a mounting bracket which fits into a traditional flash stand, with a ¼-20 threaded hole for mounting on a light stand or tripod.
An adjusting knob allows the receiver to tilt on the bracket, with detents at straight up and 45 degree forward and backward positions (It can be tightened in any position +/- 90 degrees from vertical). There's a hot shoe for mounting a flash unit on the top of the receiver. And there's a small on/off switch and a small LED light on the front of the unit. The back of the receiver snaps off to reveal the battery compartment and two dip switches for channel selection. It is powered by 2 AAA batteries . The battery compartment is not clearly marked for polarity, but there's a faint outline showing the positive tip of the battery on the circuit board.
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