The first generation Phottix Triton Wireless Trigger was released in 2008, and the newly launched Triton II Flash Trigger is an evolution that works with a total of 16 channels of studio lights. The Phottix Triton II is a new budget-friendly flash trigger system boasting the latest techonology suitable for manual shooting with studio strobes or hot shoes flashes.
Think PocketWizard Plus III; or something of the sort yet not as advanced and not being a transceiver.
The Phottix Triton II features LCD display on both Transmitter and Receivers, control up to 16 Channels (the first four channels offer compatible with the Phottix Strato II Receiver), Groups control up to 4 Groups (A to D), and unique function Digital ID Codes (0000 – 9999) secure triggering – no one can trigger flashes unless using the same four-digit Digital ID code. The flash triggering range works up to 150m distance, and 3.5mm cable with adaptor are also included for use with studio lights.
The Phottix Tritron II will start to ship in early-November 2016 with a suggested retail price of $99 USD. For more information, you may visit Phottix’s official website here.