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Adapter 49mm to 43mm

Adapter 49mm to 43mm

8,95 EUR

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Phottix Strato II accessory receiver for Canon

Phottix Strato II accessory receiver for Canon
Phottix Strato II accessory receiver for Canon Phottix Strato II accessory receiver for Canon Phottix Strato II accessory receiver for Canon Phottix Strato II accessory receiver for Canon
instead of 79,95 EUR
only 50,00 EUR
you save 37 % / 29,95 EUR
19 % VAT incl. excl. Shipping costs
Product no.:2739
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Receiver for the Strato II Multi 5-in-1 Wireless Trigger System for Canon.

Making a classic trigger better! The Phottix Strato II Multi 5-in-1 Wireless Trigger System gives photographers incredible control over their flashes and studio lights. Four channels and four groups provide unparalleled control in the studio or on location. The Strato II Multi can be used as a wired or wireless shutter release. The 2.4 GHz. transmitter and receivers offer ranges of more than150 meters and sync at speeds of 1/250 second *.



Technical Specifications

  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Range: 150+m
  • Channels: 4 channels
  • Groups: 4 groups – A, B, C, D
  • Batteries: 2 x AAA batteries
  • 5V DC (external power port)
  • Max sync speed: 1/250 sec*
  • Output: Hot shoe, 2.5 mm ports
  • Attachment: 1/4 tripod lug, cold shoe (Receiver)
  • Input voltage: 2.5-3.2V
  • Minimum response time: 350us (For Canon)
  • Top ports: TTL port on the top of transmitter, C/F port voltage handling: 5V, Flash port voltage handling: 300V (receiver)
  • Body dimensions: 87(L)*40(W)*38(H)mm (transmitter), 85(L)*40(W)*36(H)mm (receiver)
  • Antenna: built-in PCB antenna
  • Weight: 87g (receiver incl batteries)
  • Operating temperature: -15 +65OC

This Product was added to our catalogue on Tuesday 04 October, 2011.


 
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