Studio Flash Triggers
The Elinchrom Skyport Transmitter Plus (19368) is simple to use reliable and durable. Designed to fit onto the standard hotshoe of most digital SLR cameras (Sony/Minolta fit requires an adapter) and with a swivel function for optimum orientation, it will trigger a remote Elinchrom flash unit with an in-built Skyport receiver (BXRi, D-Lite, Quadra, ELC and
Designed for use with the Elinchrom Skyport Transmitter Plus this receiver allows you to trigger almost all flash systems, including Elinchrom units without an in-built Skyport receiver, from up to 200m away. It also includes a built in hotshoe to trigger flashguns and can be mounted directly to a light stand. When used in conjunction with a Skyport HS
Elinchrom's most advanced transmitter, the Skyport HS Plus is an evolution of the phenomenally popular Skyport transmitter; adding a swathe of features and functionality, a 200m range, plus Hi-Sync – enabling speeds of 1/8000s. This is the dediacted Canon version.
The Air Remote TTL-N is designed to wirelessly and painlessly integrate your Profoto B1 and B2 lights with your Nikon camera and operate lights from up to 300m away. Simply attach the module to the hotshoe and set for either automatic TTL mode or Manual mode and you'll be good to go. TTL mode is ideal when you just need a simple point-and-shoot set-up,
The Interfit INT411 is an infrared flash trigger unit which sits on the camera hotshoe. The wide angle IR beam will trigger IR sensitive flash units when the shutter is released, removing the need for a physical sync cord; resulting in less studio clutter. Although suitable for use with most cameras, it is not suitable for use on Sony and Minolta hotshoes.
The PocketWizard PlusX Transceiver is the simplest PocketWizard radio ever and the perfect entry into the PocketWizard Wireless System. Whether you are new to off-camera flash or an experienced pro looking to expand upon an existing PocketWizard system the PlusX is the perfect choice. Simply attach one PlusX to your camera, another PlusX to a remote flash
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 Canon camera bodies.
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 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.
The PocketWizard Plus III Transceiver is the most reliable, feature-packed, easy-to-use solution for remote flash and camera triggering available. Featuring an impressive 32 channels finding a clear channel, even in the busiest of working environments is never a problem. Selective Quad-Zone Triggering, a feature once reserved for elite photographers, adds
The XMTR is a TTL and High-Speed Sync compatible radio control and trigger system which operates on the worldwide 2.4GHz frequency for Canon 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
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