The Kaiser MultiTrig AS 5.1 combines – as the designation already indicates – five functions in one unit: a wired shutter release, a wireless shutter release, wireless release of flashguns and studio flashes, transmitter TTL pass through, and so-called auto-sensing.
With combined remote releases for cameras and flashes it happens quite often that the user forgets to advise the unit what unit to control right now (camera or flash), so this is a rather common source of errors. The auto-sensing function of the MultiTrig makes this dispensable, because it chooses the correct function automatically.
The TTL pass through function enables the transmitter – attached to the camera's hot shoe - to pass the camera's TTL signals to a flashgun mounted on top of the transmitter. This works with Canon's E-TTL and Nikon's I-TTL flashes.
Wireless release of camera or flash covers a distance up to 131 yards (120 m) utilizing the 2.4 GHz radio frequency.
Seven channels can be selected, indicated by green LEDs. The shortest sync speed is 1/320 second. Included in the delivery are transmitter, receiver, 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm flash sync cable, 3.5 mm to 6.35 mm plug adapter and four camera shutter release cords for many (D)SLRs and CSCs from Canon, Fuji, Nikon, Pentax and Samsung. Additional cords are available for Minolta, Olympus and Sony as well as additional receivers for controlling several cameras or flashes.