ANGLERFISH TRIGGER V1.0

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By Anglerfish Creative Lighting LTD.

Embrace the Light by taking your photography to a whole new level. The Anglerfish Trigger allows you to trigger multiple off camera strobes wirelessly up to a range of 100m. Available early Jan 2017 MSRP $250-$300 CAD

 
 

Features:

  • Dual optical and electric sync cables
  • Compatible with all strobe models
  • Intelligent ambient light sensitivity compensation via on board computer
  • Type III hard anodized aluminum housing for maximum durability
  • Depth rating of 100m
  • Comes with USB charger and universal plug for North American, EU and Asia wall outlets, operations manual, one year warranty
  • Ultra fast electronics able to achieve maximum sync speeds faster than 1/320s!
  • Intelligent power management system. Up to 40hr of shooting time on a single charge. Power down, standby and sleep modes. Up to 300day of battery duration in the sleep mode
  • Environmentally friendly design. Lead (Pb) free and RoHS compliant
  • Designed and built in Canada!
 
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The optical capability of the trigger will allow the user to store the trigger in his or her pocket and use the trigger on the spot as required. You can use the trigger to perform off-camera lighting and to decouple the strobes from the camera giving the photographer ability to create creative lighting. It can be used in macro snoot application for difficult snoot light setup or it can be used in wide angle application such as wreck or cave photography.

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An underwater photographer who is already shooting macro with twin strobe setup can simply carry the trigger in his pocket. Once the diver sees an opportunity for snoot lighting, the diver can disconnect one of his strobes from the camera and attach it to a tripod. The trigger can easily be connected to the remote strobe underwater with a fiber optic cable. Once the lighting is setup with the appropriate light modifier (snoot), the diver can more around the subject to get the proper framing. By decoupling the camera from the strobe, the diver can move around and frame the subject without disturbing the lighting.

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The trigger can be use in wreck photography whereby allowing the photographer to provide multiple light sources. Light sources can be modified using color gels to add dramatic lighting to the scene. since there is no cable between the camera and the strobe the light source can be place anywhere.