Studio Trigger advice

1 year 3 months ago #709249 by Mudpuppy
New to studio and flash.I have 3 TTL Flash Heads and 1 strobe (along with some continuous lighting)I am looking for a trigger that will handle multiple receivers. One for the strobe and 3 hot shoe in TTL.Does such a thing exist?  Thank you in advance for any and all advice and information.

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1 year 3 months ago #709251 by Nikon Shooter
For studio work, I went the tethered way to shooting sessions. The flash
make I use provides an app that will control and trigger both the camera
and all the flash heads — no matter the number.

On location — where tethered session might not be practical — I use a
transceiver / receivers solution from Pocket Wizzard — the build quality,
the dependability and the reach are unmatchable on the market.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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1 year 3 months ago #709252 by Mudpuppy
Thank You. Would pocket wizard also control Nikon Flashes SB-700's


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1 year 3 months ago #709275 by Nikon Shooter
I guess so, have a look at the compatibility descriptions and setup sug-
gestions on their site.

To save on gear, flashes may be triggered by an other flash… no need
for a receiver.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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