PT-04S 2 in 1 Wireless Studio & Blitzauslöser mit 2 Empfänger für Sony & Konica Minolta Kamera & Sony F36AM, F42AM, F56AM, F58AM, Minolta 3600HSD, 5400HSD, 5600HSD Speedlite
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- Designed for Sony & Konica Minolta Cameras
- Reliable wireless trigger for your flashgun and studio lighting
- Receiver requires 2 x AA batteries (not included, non-rechargeable Alkaline or Lithium recommended for best performance)
- Included items: transmitter x 1; receivers x 2; 3.5 - 3.5mm sync adapter x 2; 3.5 - 6.35mm sync adapter x 2
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The PT-04S Wireless Studio & Flashgun 2 in 1 Trigger for Sony and Konica Minolta cameras & slashguns. It's compatible with Konica Minolta 3600HSD,5400HSD and 5600HSD, Sony F36AM,F42AM,F56AM,F58AM. PLEASE make sure you turn off your flash unit before it's mounted onto this trigger set. The PT-04S wireless flash trigger is a low-cost while reliable radio remote flash & studio light triggering system. It comes with 3.5mm and 6.35mm studio light jacks. The system contains 2 parts called transmitter and receiver. The power consumption of the system is very low and with 2 brand new Alkaline batteries the receiver can work over hundreds of times and the transmitter standby time can be over 1 year. The receiver takes 2 x AAA batteries (not included) and due to the design of the systme it can only use Alkaline batteries. Max sync speed of the system is 1/250th second.
Top Customer Reviews
The item is a cheap Chinese product. It's cheaply built and of inferior quality. The transmitter fitted into the camera ok but the receivers were very tight fitting to the flashguns. Difficult to remove too. The transmitter has a small battery already fitted. The receivers require 2 * AAA batteries which need to be 1.5V so rechargables don't seem to work. Pity.
There are 2 DIP switches on the receivers and the transmitter so that you have a choice of channels in case of interference. Once everything is powered up there is a test button on the transmitter that you press. The receivers have a couple of LEDs that should light up when you press the test button. They did.
In use it works reasonably ok although there was the odd occassion when it didn't trigger. Also I was limited to 1/160 shutter speed. Another thing I noticed was the flashes (neither had a manual power function) gave maximum output each time they were triggered. You don't seem to be able to control the output from the camera. I need to do some more investigating and will update my review later.
For now though it does the job but I should probably have spent a bit more and bought a better quality product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although our camera systems allow for remote flash using the popup unit, this has proved a better alternative as the flash can be further away and even have other object in the wayPublished on 25 May 2013 by Eric Davies
I actually bought both the S and A kits, each with two receivers because I have a mix of kit, speedlights and other flash equipment. Read morePublished on 13 Feb. 2012 by jwrking