PHOTTIX LASO TTL (RECEIVER)

Product ID: 6611

EAN: 5901054890911

Laso Receiver
The Laso Receiver works with Canon ETTL flashes without a radio system. users can control and fire these flashes from different radio devices, including the Phottix Laso transmitter, the Canon ST-E3-RT flash transmitter, and Canon flashes with a radio system. the Laso receiver can also be connected to studio flashes, offering the possibility of mixing shoe flashes and studio flashes in a single system.

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The Phottix Laso remote flash firing system allows users to control and fire Canon flash with radio system as well as control and fire Canon flashes without radio system mounted on Laso receivers. Using the Phottix Laso receivers, photographers can control and fire Canon flashes without built-in radio functions. The studio flashes can also be fired by the Laso receiver, adding a new extra creativity.

 
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CARACTERISTICAS
Characteristics
  • 15 channels with Digital Identification
  • AF Assist Light
  • High Speed Sync (HSS) 1/ 8000**
  • Supports multiple flash modes including ETTL II/ ETTL, Manual, Multi, Ext.A and linked shooting ***
  • Controls and fires compatible Canon flashes with radio system ****

Specifications
  • Dimensions 93×70×47,5mm (L x W x H)
  • Weight Approx. 93.3g
  • Auto Channels, Channels 1-15
  • Range Approx. 100m
  • Frequency 2.4 GHz
  • Power supply 2x AA alkaline or rechargeable AA NI-MH batteries; 5V DC (external power port)
  • Exposure Control System E-TTLⅡ/E-TTL auto, manual
  • Radio ID 0000-9999
  • Control of slave units Up to 5 grupos(A/B/C/D/E)****, up to 15 units
Notes
*In Canon compatible cameras produced after 2012 (excluding EOS1200D).
**ETTL auto flash system is not available on EOS film cameras and EOS 1D, EOS 1Ds.
***Multi flash is not compatible with Laso receiver.
****The group flash system is not possible with cameras launched before 2011 (and EOS1200D), the flash sync speed will be one step slower than the normal sync speed.

 
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