The radio slave trigger kit is designed to wirelessly trigger the flash, and consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends out a FM wireless signal to activate the receiver.
Connecting Method: Hotshoe contact, JIS synchro X contact
Power Source: Transmitter 12v (23a) mini-battery. Receiver AC 110-230v 55/60 Hz
Working Distance: Approx 30 meters
Trigger Current 0.01 milliamp ere
Number of Transmissions: 10,000 times continuously
Max. Synchronous speed up to 1/250 second
Product code: TF038
The kit is available now from major photographic dealers with the RRP of £49.99 Inc VAT.
The new Infra-Red Flash Transmitter can remotely trigger flash heads from a distance of up to 45 metres. The unit provides approximately 800 transmissions using standard AA batteries and comes complete with a JISS synchro male type/two-pole 5mm cable. The flash transmitter has the product code TF005 and is available for £34.66 Inc VAT.
Paul Kench, Kenro's Managing Director, says: "If you are looking for a reliable way to wirelessly trigger your studio flash heads, then the Radio Slave Flash Kit is a great value option. For those out on location, the battery operated Infra-Red Flash Trigger is the way to go.
See the Kenro
site for details of your nearest stockist, or call Kenro on 01793 615836 for more details.