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Phottix Strato 2 5-In-1 Trigger Set for Canon

4.7 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
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  • The Phottix Strato II Multi 5-in-1 Wireless Trigger System gives photographers incredible control over their flashes and studio lights
  • Can be used wired or wirelessly
  • Up to 150m range
  • For Canon EOS 30/33/50/60D/300/300D/350D/400D/450D/500D/550D/600D/1000D/1100D/60D/10D/20D/30D/40D/50D/5D/5D Mark II/7D/1D Mark I-IV/1Ds Mark I-III
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Style Name: Trigger Set for Canon
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 8 x 7.4 cm ; 227 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 363 g
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Item model number: PH15651
  • ASIN: B0056MPVZ6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Oct. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Style Name:Trigger Set for Canon

Product Description

Making a classic trigger better! The Phottix Strato II Multi 5-in-1 Wireless Trigger System gives photographers incredible control over their flashes and studio lights. Four channels and four groups provide unparalleled control in the studio or on location. The Strato II Multi can be used as a wired or wireless shutter release. The 2.4 GHz. transmitter and receivers offer ranges of more than 150 meters and sync at speeds of 1/250 second .

Transmitters feature an innovative TTL pass-through hot shoe - allowing full TTL mode to be used with a camera mounted flash. Receivers offer flash wake-up functions.

It's fast, sexy, and powerful - perfect for your studio or location work.

Features:

4 groups: A,B,C,D

4 Channels

150+ m range

1/250 sec. sync speed*

Flash wake-up functions*

Hot shoe / PC Flash triggering

Studio strobe triggering

Wired and wireless shutter release functions

Pass-through hot shoe on transmitter allows on camera flash to use TTL functions

2.4 GHz. frequency

uses AAA batteries

Compatible with Phottix Strato 4-in-1 Wireless Triggers

Box Contains

Phottix Strato 2 5In1 Trigger Set
4x AAA Batteries
Connecting cables
Instruction manual


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Style Name: Trigger Set for Sony Camera Verified Purchase
Although Sony Alpha has an optical wireless system, it relies on an optical pulse system. That's fine most of the time, but it requires all slaves to be able to see the master pulse, something that won't happen if some of your Flash's are housed in softboxes or you are shooting in high ambient light outside a studio setting. That's where these wireless triggers come in. Wireless triggers also allow you to use non-Sony flashes, especially cheaper ones that fit the Sony mount but don't have the Sony optical system.

Cheaper options (such as iShoot) perform the same function as Phottix for less, but the trigger casing is simply not strong enough to hold something as big as a HVL-F58 (I tried iShoots and they simply broke in half even with the smaller '43 - it's a good job they were cheap!), and they tend to be either too tight or too loose on the mount.

So if you are on Sony and can't (or won't) use the Sony optical triggering system, then the Phottix triggers are actually your only quality, cost effective option. They work well, always fire (unlike the Sony optical system!), and are generally rugged enough for purpose (i.e. they are as physically strong as the Flashes you will be using them with, unlike cheap eBay no-name triggers).

One very important feature of Phottix is that although the wireless doesn't send TTL, the transmitter does have TTL passthrough, meaning that you can place a Sony flash on top of the transmitter (its actually a straight through dumb pass-through because it works even when the Phottix transmitter is turned off). That passed-through flash will be able to transmit Sony optical wireless... which in turn means you can have Sony optical AND Phottix wireless working at the same time.

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This trigger set is awesome. If you are considering buying, nay investing in, flash triggers for your Canon then this set is the one to go for. Can't praise Phottix enough for this. I've also had compliments on its performance from my peers too. My advice, don't skimp on cheaper versions these are reliable and sturdy. I haven't tested up to the maximum advertised range yet (150+ metres), but they certainly work up to 40+ metres.
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Style Name: Trigger Set for Canon Verified Purchase
I have been using these triggers with an ancient chinon non-ttl flash gun. They have been 100% reliable. Build quality is good and they are intuitive to use out of the box. Delivered ahead of dates given by Amazon. very pleased with purchase.
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Style Name: Trigger Set for Nikon Verified Purchase
I think that these receivers are excellent although on two or three occasions I have had to reset my SB700 as it has frozen, don't know if this is the receivers fault or the flash.

They are also a little tricky to sync but I think that is just me turning things on in the wrong order.

Otherwise these are excellent for what I require and they come with loads of wires for compatibility.

I have used them successfully for off camera flash and studio work with no misfires.

All the channels are also a real bonus but I have not needed these functions yet.

Would highly recommend. They are going for double the price on Jessops and WEX!!!!
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Style Name: Trigger Set for Sony Camera Verified Purchase
Great product. I can’t afford studio lighting. But over the years I have managed to obtain camera flash heads. This item will let me use all of the heads with a Sony camera. Plus there are threads on the underside of the receivers which allows them to be mounted directly onto a tripod or similar. This allows me to use a flexible tripod, (named after a jungle animal), with a flash head mounted to it via the receiver. The flexible tripod can be mounted anywhere with one of these tripods and so far by using the Phottix Strato I don’t see a need for me to buy studio lighting even if I could afford. Oh, the transmitter and receivers work a treat!
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Style Name: Trigger Set for Canon Verified Purchase
Having researched flash triggering the obvious choice seemed to be Pocketwizard FlexTT5's (the TT1 just seems to be smaller, using 'coin' batteries with a built in antenna and transmitter only). If like me, you set up the lights and then use a meter, the only thing missing using these at one third the cost of the PW's is the ability to reduce output remotely and 'auto'. Having recently moved from Nikon to Canon I was pleased that the Canon version (with a Speedlite 430 EX II on the camera) remotely fires a Nikon SB-600 on the slave and probably other makes too.
The shoe on the camera transmitter is metal and on the slave is 'plastic', with slave/receivers being available separately. I read somewhere that the power switches are easily to accidentally turn on and cause drain - I haven't found this to be the case. Other uses are remote camera triggering, wired camera remote, firing stobes remotely via supplied sync lead and camera PC out.
For the money these take some beating, good range, AAA batteries, reliable and adequately built, if you can live without auto or don't use it in the studio, then these will do the job. Phottix do make a more expensive auto range, at which price the Phottix/PW argument is less clear...
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I bought this to go with a trigger set that I bought at the same time. I needed three receivers so I had to buy a single unit. It works a treat. There is a threaded section on it’s underside which allows it to be fitted to a tripod and therefore that allows a camera flash head to be placed almost anywhere.
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