Editor’s note: an earlier version stated that these flash triggers did TTL. They do not.
Today, Elinchrom now joins the short list of manufacturers delivering
TTL radio flash triggers for Sony. The company announced that their new Skyport + HS transmitters will offer full support with the Sony system along with TTL and Hi-Sync (their version of high speed sync). You’ll be able to get these transmitters for $249; which aren’t as affordable as what Godox can do, but the Godox also don’t integrate into a full monolight system.
Specs are after the jump.
• Large LCD with unique, real-time display of remote flash power settings
• Easy access buttons and Digital Dial for fast setup and control
• 20 Channels*, 4 Groups for Normal and Speed Sync Modes
• Hi-Sync, up to 1/8000sec with Canon and Nikon cameras
• Extended working range up to 656ft (200m)
• AF Illuminator and sure-lock mounting foot
• USB port for future-proof upgrades
Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Channels 40; (20 in Normal mode – green / 20 in Speed mode – red)
Groups 4: 1, 2, 3, 4
Flash synchronization Normal: limited to the native X-sync of your camera, Hi-Sync mode: up to a 1/8,000 sec. 2nd curtain sync: only Canon
Range Up to 200m (656’) for triggering
AF Assist Beam Yes
Connection Foot for Canon hotshoe (19366) and Nikon hotshoe (19367) Mini-USB for firmware updates 2.5 mm remote release
Power source 2x AA batteries
Indicators and Controls LCD screen display: Sync mode, group, channel, ODS activation, Hi-Sync activation, shutter mode, remaining battery power, flash unit name, flash unit ID, flash unit power level, flash unit modelling level.
Buttons: Group selection, test, rotation ring to change values, confirmation, on/off and refresh. There are also 4 buttons with variable functionality:
Power +/-, Modelling lamp off/prop/free, Individual unit selection and setup on the dashboard. Menu up, menu down and exit in the setup menu.
Dimensions 84.1 x 68.3 x 58.5 mm (3.3 x 2.7 x 2.3”)
Weight 120 g ( 0.27 lbs.) without batteries