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Seculine Twin Link

Seculine Twin Link - Wirelessly trigger both studio and camera flash systems with the new Seculine Twin Link.

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The new TwinLink flash radio trigger kit from Seculine provides a complete solution for photographers to wirelessly trigger both studio or camera flash systems.

The system is complete with a 16 channel radio transmitter and receiver which use a combination of both radio and IR technology to ensure the reliability of the triggering mechanism whilst also giving a huge range of up to 150ft indoors and 600ft outside.

The system can be used with studio flash systems from most manufacturers and incorporates a neat facility to attach the receiver magnetically to the case of your studio flash head or generator.

The receiver also has a built in flash hot shoe so that it can be used to attach and trigger your standard camera flashgun, giving a simple, economic and effective solution to creative lighting, especially with its facility to be mounted directly onto a tripod head – or even maybe a Gorillapod.

The transmitter slides neatly on to the hot shoe mount of your camera, taking the shutter signal directly from the built in connector, however if you do still need to use an on camera flash the TwinLink is supplied with a separate adhesive hot shoe mount so that the transmitter can be easily placed in another convenient location and connected using the supplied sync cord.

Seculine TwinLink T2D Radio Flash Trigger will be available at the end of August at a Suggested retail Price of £119.99 inc Vat.

For further details please visit the Intro 2020 website or call them on 01628 674411.

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