Code no: 7001
For camera remote control or for triggering speedlights for ISO hot shoe mount and studio flashes.
Auto-Sensing: To avoid operating errors the MultiTrig switches automatically between modes camera remote/flash trigger.
TTL Pass-Through: Full TTL functions for on-camera flash when transmitter is positioned between camera and Nikon or Canon flash.
Up to 120 m working distance. 7 channels can be selected, indicated by LEDs.
2.4 GHz radio frequency. Sync speed up to 1/320 second.
Max. trigger voltage: 300 V (receiver), also for flashes with high trigger voltage.
Batteries: transmitter 2 x AAA, receiver 2 x AAA (not included).
Body dimensions: 84x 42 x 38 mm (3.3 x 1.7 x 1.5 in.)
Weight transmitter: 53 g / 1.9 oz. (without batteries)
Weight receiver: 48 g / 1.7 oz. (without batteries)
7001 MultiTrig AS 5.1 Set Xtra, consisting of transmitter, receiver, 2.5 mm to 3.5 mm flash sync cable, 3.5 mm to 6.35 mm plug adapter and shutter release cords 1C (7004), 3C (7005), 1N (7006) and 3N (7007) for many (D)SLRs and mirrorless compacts from Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Samsung and Sigma.
More shutter release cords for Fujifilm, Leica, Minolta, Olympus, Panasonic and Sony cameras are separately available.
For camera compatibilities check the description of the respective shutter release cord (see list "Accessories").
5 Functions in 1 Unit:
1. Wired shutter release
2. Radio controlled shutter release
3. Radio controlled release of studio or camera system flashes
4. Auto Sensing
5. TTL Pass-Through
Supports single and continuous shooting and bulb shot mode.
Important note when using wireless firing of flashguns:
In order to transmit the camera's trigger signal to the radio transmitter placed on your camera's hot shoe (comprising a center contact!), you should enable the mechanical shutter of your camera. If the electronical shutter is enabled, many cameras will not communicate with the hot shoe. Please check your camera manual or ask the camera manufacturer, if you need more information.
Subject to errors and technical changes.