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    DPP Member ronjoseburgos's Avatar
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    pixel king wireless triggers





    does anybody tried the pixel king wireless triggers ....just want to know how accurate their TTL mode when using it and also it has high speed synch capabilities...interested in getting these ones for an alternative choice to the pocket wizards...its available in canon and nikon dslrs.......
    maybe owner of these ones can comment on the performance ......

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    Re: pixel king wireless triggers

    So, how's your research on Pixel King wireless trigger? Any responder? Tnx.
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    DPP Member Rob Ponce's Avatar
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    Re: pixel king wireless triggers



    I bought a pair mid last year but rarely used it as I prefer my Elinchrom monolights which are manual-only lights.
    The Pixel Kings are great if you want TTL. A few months ago, I upgraded my speedlights to 2x 600EX-RT and a ST-E3-RT to seamlessly trigger the speedlights so I guess I won't be using the PK's. IMO, the PK's are reasonably priced and do what they're supposed to do.
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