Highlights From the Specs Page

• 2.4 GHz band, with a "high degree of error security" for more reliable tripping.

• One year(!) battery life for the transmitter.

• Usable range of up to 400 feet, depending on terrain.

• Receiver operates on AA's, with 200-hour battery life, which is further extended by an "auto shutoff" function.

• Receivers ship with the following cords: 3.5mm-to-3.5mm, 3.5mm-to-1/4" adapter and 3.5MM to PC (which will connect it directly to an Nikon SB speedlight with a PC jack.)

• Best yet, the price: $59.95 for the transmitter and $69.95 for the receiver.

They are taking pre-orders and are expected to ship in 2 weeks.
maxcaven 10 years ago
yeah saw this on strobist..
manley.josh Posted 10 years ago. Edited by manley.josh (admin) 10 years ago
my interest has been perked...
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