Radio controlled remote built in the flash for Nikon?

haringharing Registered Users Posts: 281 Major grins
edited December 17, 2013 in Accessories
I would like to remotely control my off camera flash with my on camera flash. I am not looking for a separate remote unit like packetwizard. I would like the remote built in the flash itself. Canon has the 600EX-RT with a remote in the flash. You can filly control the off camera flash with the on camera Canon flash. Currently Nikon doesn't have a flash like this however I am wondering whether there is any Chinese made flash unit with features similar to the Canon 600EX-RT.

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  • Gary752Gary752 Registered Users Posts: 934 Major grins
    edited December 6, 2013
    Scott Roberts Strobie 130's do that, and is cheaper than Cannon & Nikon flashes. Click Here for more details. For under $500.00 you could get 2 Strobie 130's and his Tiny Trigger system to fire them via radio triggering system, but is not required. If you go to his site above, be sure to watch the videos he has linked to, explaining his flash. Hope this helps.

    GaryB
    GaryB
    “The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it!” - Ansel Adams
  • jonh68jonh68 Registered Users Posts: 2,711 Major grins
    edited December 6, 2013
    Phottix Mitros+ with full ttl capabilities as well
    http://flashhavoc.com/phottix-mitros-plus-announced/
  • time2smiletime2smile Registered Users Posts: 835 Major grins
    edited December 16, 2013
    I don't understand, Nikon CLS systems been out way before Canon dreamed about it.....
    What Nikon equipment do you have?
    Ted....
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  • kdogkdog Administrators Posts: 11,680 moderator
    edited December 16, 2013
    time2smile wrote: »
    I don't understand, Nikon CLS systems been out way before Canon dreamed about it.....
    Judging from the subject line, the OP was looking for radio-controlled like the new Canon 600EX-RT system. Correct me if I'm wrong but Nikon is still optically coupled, like the old Canon system.
  • time2smiletime2smile Registered Users Posts: 835 Major grins
    edited December 17, 2013
    Sorry, just did my homework, cool system cant wait for Nikon to catch up.......
    Ted....
    It's not what you look at that matters: Its what you see!
    Nikon
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