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Phottix Strato II - Receptor disparador para flash, negro

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  • Gran alcance de hasta 150 metros
  • Entrada: 3.5 mm PC
  • Peso: 49 g
  • Voltaje de funcionamiento: 300V
  • Diseñado para los flashes modernos y dedicados para cámaras DSLR modernas

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  • Dimensiones del producto: 8,5 x 4 x 3,6 cm ; 181 g
  • Pilas 2 AA (Tipo de pila necesaria)
  • Número de modelo del producto: PH15658
  • ASIN: B006JODCEM
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 9 de octubre de 2012
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Gran Alcance de hasta 100 metros. El receptor posee todos los contactos para evitar que el flash remoto pase al modo de ahorro de energía, y debe ser programado en modo manual.

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receptor; 2 pilas AA

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I'm in LOVE; remotely triggering my flash was so easy! 3 de mayo de 2016
Por Ginger - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Love these triggers! I used these for my last 8 hour wedding and have used at several shoots since. Dependable, with no misfires. The range is awesome and I love that the remote has a hot shoe so I can fire my on camera and off-camera flash simultaneously!
Also, this is my first time using remote triggers for flash photography and there is barely any learning curve. Put the batteries in, mount your flash, set manual output level on your flash and start shooting...so easy!
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Does not work for Nikon d750 on TTL mode 11 de septiembre de 2015
Por Bryan - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Doesn't work at all on TTL for Nikon's d750. Sadly this transmitter can only be used in manual mode, which defeats he purpose of buying such an expensive transmitter. Phottix recommended using a piece of cardboard to allow the hotshoe to make proper contact, but this only worked intermittently. It probably works better on other camera models. Go with a cheaper transmitter if you own a d750.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Probably the best value-priced wireless trigger available 30 de noviembre de 2011
Por EdFromOhio - Publicado en Amazon.com
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For a few years, I've used the cheap PT-04 wireless triggers. They worked about 90% of the time when I was within 200 feet of them at first. Recently, they won't reliably fire even when I'm within 10 feet of them. Two triggers and four receivers all behave the same way. Enough was enough, so I started looking around at what is currently available and obviously stumbled across these.

I ordered the Canon transmitter and two receivers to start off with. Tried them out with two Nikon SB-28 flashes, some Vivitar 285HV flashes, a couple of Canon's old ATTL 430EZ flashes, and Canon's ETTL 420EX and 430EX flashes. ALL of them fired using the Canon remote. The remote has a functionality that allows your flash to go to sleep then the remote wakes it up when it's time to get back to business. This function only worked on the ETTL flashes that I have. Once the 430EZ (the old ATTL flash, not the 430EX) flash went to sleep, that was it. So if you really need your flashes to be able to go to sleep and wake up, make sure they are compatible with these remotes.

Reliability so far seems excellent. Being able to use commonly-available AAA batteries makes these units a little bulky but that's an acceptable trade off considering the flexibility that affords. I'm using Sanyo Eneloop rechargeable batteries which hold a charge for several months, and they work great with these.

As far as how they work, they're pretty slick. There are 4 channels, no big deal there. What I like the most is that each remote can be assigned to one of 4 groups. Then at the transmitter, you can choose any combination of groups that you want to fire. Seeing which groups are active is very easy since they put a subtle red light at the top of each of the buttons. Each button is independent so you don't waste time cycling through 16 combinations if it were just one button. Each remote blinks green every 5 seconds or so to make it easy to tell if you remembered to turn on the remote or not.

I won't get into other details that other reviewers had mentioned. I just wanted to let it be known that the remotes do work with other brand flashes that accept a 6-volt trigger signal (at least all the ones I had to test with,) and it's not just restricted to Canon. They simply won't have the wake-up functionality that several of Canon's ETTL flashes will enjoy.

Since it worked out so well, I ordered a couple of Nikon remotes to use with the SB-28's that I have (my favorite flashes.) Not sure if the sleep function will work or not, but it can be disabled in the flash itself like I've done for years with the el-cheapo remotes. Canon isn't so kind to their users and don't have that sleep-disable feature in many of their flash units.

If you're looking for an alternative to more expensive solutions like Pocket Wizard, or wanting to step up from the cheap wireless triggers, you would do well to give these some serious consideration. I'm expecting these to be in my lighting bag for many years.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sony a77 13 de junio de 2014
Por David Miller - Publicado en Amazon.com
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These are amazing and paired with my Youngnuo YN560-II I'm able to pop off 8fps with my Sony a77. The triggers I got is the Sony/Minolta hot shoe mount and they fit perfectly and have fired on every attempt. My favorite feature with these triggers is that you're able to keep a flash mounted on your camera with the trigger on it as well plus if your flash supports TTL it'll still function on camera but from what I've read it doesn't support TTL on the off camera flash which I'm totally fine with. Get these while you can for the Sony mount because if you haven't been paying attention Sony is going to a "standard" hotshoe mount on all it's new cameras like the a77 mark II, a99, a7/a7 and the NEX 6.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A77 vs. A7 - The set works on BOTH. 19 de febrero de 2015
Por Clin - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Purchased with an additional receiver. The whole set under $150, and they work great with my A77 and A7 + F58AM and F43AM.

For A77, it's very straight forward. Put the transmitter on A77 and F58AM/F43AM on the receiver.

For A7, it's little bit tricky. The set works, just a few extra steps. I have a Sony's ADP-MAA adopter (Mi shoe to Minota shoe) on A7 and the transmitter on top of the ADP-MAA adopter. To activate the transmitter - Put the flash on the transmitter first, turn the camera on, make sure "fill flash" is ON in camera's setting, and turn the flash on. The flash should fire at this point when you take a picture. Keep the flash ON and remove it from the transmitter. Add the flash to the receiver. Now the flash should work wirelessly. Repeat the steps to reestablish the connection if the camera or flash is turned off.