TR-332 0.9" LCD Wireless Flashgun E-TTL II Trigger for Canon EOS DSLR

TR-332 0.9" LCD Wireless Flashgun E-TTL II Trigger for Canon EOS DSLR

4 (4 product reviews)Added 5 years ago
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- Model: TR-332 - TR-332 is using FSK 2.4GHz frequency channel, 15 selectable channels - Operating distance range is 80m or above - The display is protected by coating; it’s not easy to get scratch - LCD is showing "Channel", "battery life" and "function mode" - Multi-control is available - Compatible with all Canon EOS cameras - Compatible with Canon flash gun such as 580EXII,430EXII and studio light - Support all of the shutter speed, up to 1/8000 sec - Available to use on the studio light through PC socket - Transmitter stand-by time: 1000 hours above (CR 2 lithium battery) - Receiver stand-by time: 500 hours above (CR 2 lithium battery) - Package included: - 1 Transmitter - 1 Receiver - 2 CR2 battery - 1 PC+3.5 cable - 1 PC+6.3 cable - 1 User manual Dimensions: 2.52 in x 1.5 in x 1.18 in (6.4 cm x 3.8 cm x 3 cm) Weight: 7.55 oz (214 g)
Oct 2011by Phothographer
Awesome TTL Triggers. • Very good product, exact the same as the one which is available in The Netherlands. • Works out of the box. • Batteries included also the cables. • Turn it on and the default settings are good if you are the only with •...translate
Oct 2010by alpboy
pretty good. been using those for a couple of months now. Have 2 cameras and the triggers don't work on my eos 1 DS but work fine on the eos 1 mark II. Cheap and usefull. Just great. I usually use those triggers mounted on two cameras...translate
Sep 2010by Cornel
Very long range 3-400 meters. I've been out and testing it. the range of this trigger is very long. I didnt have enought space when i tested this. We are talking about 3-400 meters! How long does your flash light travel? ETTL works great on this died I...translate
May 2010by xberg
Fantastic!. Works very very well on a Canon 5D mark II and the Canon 580 ex II flash. Sync speed up to 1/4000 sec tested, full eTTL and even distant manual setting (ie - you set the power from the camera and it gets communicated to -...translate