The Nikon dedicated Pocket Wizard FlexTT5 Transceiver, with its built in hot-shoe and ControlTL firmware, is the perfect addition to Nikon i-TTL II flash systems. The FlexTT5 takes the existing benefits of Nikon wireless systems beyond the boundaries of infrared technology. When paired with the Mini TT1 Transmitter or another FlexTT5 Transceiver, a whole new world of wireless flash freedom opens up. The FlexTT5 is also the perfect Transceiver for your manual triggering needs and works with all MultiMAX channels and many of the MultiMAX advanced functions.
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The XMTR is a TTL and High-Speed Sync compatible radio control and trigger system which operates on the worldwide 2.4GHz frequency for Nikon cameras. With a host of creative lighting features such as rear curtain sync, sync delay, and full control over strobe function settings, enable photographers to create inspired lighting set-ups at the press of a button.
Introducing the smallest Pocket Wizard radio trigger ever, the MiniTT1 Transmitter for Nikon locks onto the camera's hot shoe supporting an on-camera flash with its own hot shoe while working with remote PocketWizard units. Remotes can be one or more PocketWizard FlexTT5 Transceivers connected to Nikon i-TTL flashes or any PocketWizard Receiver for triggering flash or remote cameras
Originally announced at Photokina 2014, the Phottix Odin II TTL Flash system offers an unprecedented degree of sophisticated flash control. With five groups, 32 channels, TTL power control, high speed sync and second curtain sync with compatible cameras, Phottix Odin is the flash system that power users have been waiting for. This is the receiver transmitter sold separately.
The Pocket Wizard Canon T3 Pre-Trigger MotorDrive Cable is a 3 foot cable designed to connect a PocketWizard device to a Canon camera that utilises the T3 type remote release connection eg Canon EOS1N.
The new Bowens XMSR radio remote control and trigger operates on the global 2.4GHz frequency (including 16 channels and 8 groups) and offers unprecedented control over all features and functions of the XMS flash range. Designed as a transceiver, the XMSR can be used to fire flash heads, or wirelessly trigger your cameras shutter. Simply attach an XMSR to your hotshoe and press the shutter release to trigger all connecting receiver devices.