The TTL radio control is designed for Nikon cameras with a TTL function. You can control compatible such as the Walimex pro Mover 400 TTL studio battery-powered flash directly by radio (2.4 GHz).
Reliable control and super-fast triggerThe TTL radio control is designed for Nikon cameras with a TTL function. You can control compatible such as the Walimex pro Mover 400 TTL studio battery-powered flash directly by radio (2.4 GHz). The camera with a radio trigger on it controls the exposure automatically in TTL mode without having to make manual adjustments. With the Walimex pro TTL radio trigger, data is sent extremely quickly to the flash or several flashes, and they are adjusted accordingly and triggered with minimal delay. The maximum sync time is 1/8,000 seconds (achievable at a maximum exposure time of the camera of 1/8,000 seconds). If you want a somewhat different exposure in TTL mode, the exposure can be adjusted up or down manually by three aperture stops (in third stages, flash exposure compensation). Flash exposure bracketing is also possible. Based on the TTL values, an underexposed, a normally exposed and an overexposed image is created, from which the most suitable can be selected. The TTL radio trigger can control up to 3 flash groups at the same time (with one or several flashes).
Fully automatic or manual settingsInstead of fully automatic TTL exposure, you can control the flash output individually via the radio control. Each flash or flash group can be controlled individually so that even difficult-to-access flashes can be adjusted during the shoot. The radio control supports both manual mode and multi mode (stroboscope function). All relevant parameters such as the number of flashes, frequency and output can be adjusted via the remote control. The maximum supported sync time is 1/8,000 seconds (achievable at a maximum exposure time of the camera of 1/8,000 seconds). Exposure with corresponding front and rear curtain sync shutter speeds can be set.
Intuitive to operateThe radio trigger requires 2 normal AA batteries (not included). A clear display makes it easy to adjust the important parameters. The settings can be made easily and for the most part intuitively. A comprehensive instruction manual (German and English) will help with tricky photo shoots.
Tested camera modelsThe radio trigger was tested with the following Nikon camera models, including: D7000 / D700 / D750 / D810 / D90 / D4 / D610 / D5 / D800 / D7100 / D7500. If your model is not listed, we recommend a self-test and possibly upgrading your USB firmware.
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