Off Camera Flash Triggers and Leads
Canon OC-E3 Off-Camera Shoe Cord: An all-in-one solution for adding distance between Canon cameras and Canon Speedlite flash guns whilst retaining full TTL functionality. One end attaches to the camera hot-shoe and the other to a bracket or tripod up to 0.6m away.
Designed to work with Nissin Air i700 and i60A flash units, the Nissin Commander Air 1 provides on-camera flash control for up to 21 flashguns in 3 groups from a distance of up to 30m. TTL exposure to +/-2EV, power and zoom are all adjustable via the Commander Unit. This model is compatible with Fuji cameras.
The Interfit Remote Radio Trigger allows users to remotely trigger the F121 series flashes and is also compatible with most cameras. The trigger attaches to the camera’s hotshoe and works on a radio frequency. The Interfit F121 Remote works on 4 channels and offers a test button plus a 3.5mm jack socket.
Control your Honey Badger from up to 100m away with the Honey Badger remote – giving you the flexibility to walk around your studio or set and retain control of your lighting. Access any of 15 channels so you can work in busy environments without any signal interference. The Honey Badger Remote is powered by 2 AAA batteries, and can be powered by Micro
Able to control Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic and Pentax system flashes all at the same time, the Cactus V6 II Wireless Flash Transceiver is an upgrade to the innovative Cactus V6, and can support high-speed synchronisation (HSS). Designed for creative photographers, it features an AF-assist LED light, and a multi-master system that allows
Designed to retain full TTL metering when using a hotshoe mounted Nikon Speedlight off-camera the SC-29 includes two additional connections for multiple flash set up (via optional TTL extension cords). AF Assist function is available only with the SB800 and SB900. Compatible with a wide range of Speedlights and DSLR's.
The Lastolite Lumen8 Radio Trigger can fire Lastolite Lumen8 heads from the camera via a radio signal, removing the need for trailing sync cords. The transmitter fits into a standard hotshoe and the receiver into one of the flash heads via a jack plug.
This High-Speed Sync transmitter unit has been developed in partnership with Elinchrom and is used to wirelessly trigger the Rotolight NEO II on-/off-camera LED light and flash unit. The Neo II system allows you to sync up to 10 lights, in 4 groups, at distances up to 200 m. This variant is for use with Nikon camera bodies.
The Canon ST-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter can fire up to 15 compatible speedlite flashguns in three groups over distances of up to an impressive 30m. Radio-frequency control provides reliable operation even when direct line of sight is not possible. The ST-E3-RT can be used in almost any environment thanks to its weather proof construction. The Canon ST-E3-RT
The Profoto Air Remote TTL-F is a small, wireless radio transmitter designed to wirelessly integrate your Profoto AirTTL lights with your Fujifilm cameras. Designed to sit in the camera's hotshoe, the TTL-F can operate lights from up to 300m away, and be set to either automatic TTL mode or Manual mode. The remote offers full TTL and HSS capability with
The Metz TCC-10 TTL Connecting Cord for Canon is designed to retain full TTL operation between a Canon DSLR and dedicated flashgun being used off camera. The coiled cable has a maximum operational length of 1.8m and the flash module has a 1/4 tripod bush on the base.
Designed to wirelessly and painlessly integrate your Profoto AirTTL lights with your Sony A7II, A7RII, or A7SII camera and operate lights from up to 300m away, the Profoto Air Remote TTL-S can simply be attached to the hotshoe and set for either automatic TTL mode or Manual mode. TTL mode is ideal for a simple point-and-shoot set-up, while the Manual mode