PHOTTIX Laso TTL Receiver /Canon


  • Brand: Phottix
  • Product Code: phottix-laso-RX
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$109.00

Introducing the Phottix Laso TTL Flash Trigger. The Phottix Laso Flash Trigger System allows users to control and trigger Canon radio-enabled flashes, as well as control and trigger Canon’s non-radio...

Introducing the Phottix Laso TTL Flash Trigger. The Phottix Laso Flash Trigger System allows users to control and trigger Canon radio-enabled flashes, as well as control and trigger Canon’s non-radio flashes mounted on Laso Receivers. Using Phottix Laso Receivers, photographers can control and trigger older Canon flashes without built-in radio functions. Studio lights can also be triggered by the Laso Receiver, adding a new layer of creativity.

Features

  • 15 channels with Digital ID
  • AF Assist Light
  • High Speed Sync1/ 8000**
  • Support Multiple Flash Modes including ETTL II/ ETTL, Manual, Multi, Ext.A and Linked Shooting***
  • Controls and Triggers Canon-compatible radio-enabled flash****

Laso Transmitter
The Phottix Laso Transmitter can control and trigger 5 groups* (15 units) of Canon-compatible radio-enabled flashes and supports multiple flash modes, including ETTL II/ETTL, Manual, Multi, Ext.A and Linked Shooting.

Laso Receiver
The Laso Receiver works with Canon’s non-radio ETTL flashes. Users can control and trigger these flashes from different radio devices, including the Phottix Laso Transmitter, Canon ST-E3-RT flash transmitter, and Canon radio-enabled flashes. The Laso Receiver can also be connected to studio lights, offering the ability to mix hot shoe flashes and studio lights in one triggering system.


Please note: Product specifications and external design are subject to change without notice.
* On compatible (Canon) cameras released after 2012 (excluding EOS1200D).
**ETTL auto flash is not available with EOS film cameras and EOS 1D, EOS 1Ds.
***Multi flash is not compatible with Laso receiver.
****Group flash is not possible with cameras released before and up to 2011 (and EOS1200D), flash sync speed will be one stop slower than normal sync speed.

 

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