Enabling the operation of flashguns or studio heads at ranges of up to 150m, over 4 channels and groups, Phottix's Stratos II is an inexpensive and effective wireless flash trigger system which performs excellently.
Bargain Price: £130.00
The Pocket Wizard AC3 ZoneController allows you to control your flash set up directly from your camera's position. Simply add it to your on-camera MiniTT1Transmitter or FlexTT5 Transceiver and you instantly have three zones of flash control whether working in E-TTL II or Manual model. Put your flashes wherever you want, without worrying about having to access them during a shoot. With the AC3 ZoneController, you are in total control of your flash.Three clearly labeled dials allow you to increase or decrease power to three zones of flash in 1/3-stop increments with a range of up to six stops. Three switches allow you to change zones between Manual, Auto (PowerTracking/E-TTL II) or OFF. Best of all, the design is simple with an intuitive interface. A firmware upgrade is now available for TT1 and TT5 via the Pocket Wizard website.
A 16 inch straight cable to connect PocketWizard to Sunpak flash units, allowing these flashguns to be triggered remotely and wirelessly from the camera via the Pocket Wizard radio trigger system.
Designed exclusively to operate with the Interfit ProFlash and Interfit ProFlash transmitter/receiver set, this additional receiver allows you to add additional remote-controlled ProFlashes to your rig.
The Phottix Strato TTL Wireless Flash Receiver for Canon is designed for use with the Canon dedicated Strato TTL Trigger allowing the triggering of more than one flashgun at a time. The Phottix Strato receiver powers on 2x AA alkaline or rechargeable batteries (not included, available separately).
When used with the Pro-Flash Transmitter, this receiver unit can be used to trigger the Pro-Flash TLI-C/TLI-N Flashgun wirelessly from up to 50m (165 feet) away. The receiver plugs into the Wireless Control Port on the side of the unit and does not require batteries. The receiver operates over 16 channels at 433MHz.