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DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe

DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe

  • Wireless trigger for studio strobes, monolight and flash
  • 4 channels to minimize conflict
  • 1/4 and 1/8 inch plugs for receiver
  • PC sync outlet to accomondate other sync size
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries, not included

No more dangling with sync cord.
Transmitter fits most cameras, except Monilta and Sony Alpha.
Range: 50 ft

Rating: (out of 14 reviews)

List Price: $ 99.99

Price: $ 19.99

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5 comments to DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe

  • J. S. White

    Review by J. S. White for DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe
    Rating:
    I ordered one of these sets to drive my Norman monolight, and it worked flawlessly, so I decided I wanted another receiver. The receiver, though, costs nearly as much as the kit, so I just bought another kit. Great deal, works in my studio, and works at least 60 feet away. I set up the other receiver on the same channel and plugged the other receiver into another light, and sync is perfect. I’m not sure what else you could want from remote triggers like this. Gave it four stars because five should be reserved for stuff that goes above and beyond, while this delivers exactly what you expect at a very good price.

  • Brenda Spring

    Review by Brenda Spring for DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe
    Rating:
    this little gadget is great!! attach it your hot shoe, plug it into your strobes, and fire away!! I was using my external flash as a slave to fire my strobes-having to bounce it from the ceiling so as not to over expose my subjects, with this I have all the lighting I need with just the strobes, and dont have to worry about if I forget to bounce the flash.

  • A. Jaymone R. Miraflor

    Review by A. Jaymone R. Miraflor for DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe
    Rating:
    Works well with Nikon D60, just need to have a sync cable to connect the receiver to my SB800 Speedlight. Overall rating….5 star

  • River Rider

    Review by River Rider for DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe
    Rating:
    This product is great it allows you to sync studio strobe to the Canon EOS Rebel 350D XT. The Canon can not be plug directly into any power pack studio strobe without some kind of remote trigger. This is the best deal for the money.

  • Roboshooter

    Review by Roboshooter for DMKFoto 4-Channel Radio Remote Trigger for Studio Strobe
    Rating:
    I continue to be puzzled and amazed — why, at least in a studio setting, would you blow big bucks on a Pocketwizard (make that SEVERAL Pocketwizards) when this little unit does essentially the exact same thing and works flawlessly for a tiny fraction of the cost? You can buy 2 transmitters and a dozen or more receivers for what just one PW set costs. I have at least half a dozen of these things around, use them to fire various combinations of strobes with one transmitter clipped to hot shoe of Nikon D90 or Canon T2i and different receivers plugged into the strobes. They have yet to misfire, not even once. I haven’t used them from more than about 20 feet away, but I understand they work great up to 50 feet indoors, even through walls. Could not be easier to set up and use. Am I missing something?