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    PIXEL KING E-TTL II Wireless Flash Trigger

    Does anyone have experience with these particular triggers and an opinion on reliability, ETTL accuracy ect.?

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    As the name suggests, they are the King.

    I've only used them at short distances - one end of a house to another - good reliable exposures

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    Have a read through Mark's assessment of them in his blog.

    For use with speedlights both those and the Phottix triggers seem to be very good at remote TTL work at much less financial hit than pocket wizards.
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    I love the control I have with these triggers, no more running over to the flash to make an adjustment, no more sacrificing aperture in an attempt to not run over to the flash and adjust it. All done from the camera menu.

    Yes I have had a couple of missed shots, but am still unwilling to blame the triggers, I think that I didn't allow the flash enough recycle time.
    And to boot, my first transmitter ( I have two sets now - 2 Trans and 4 Receivers) was attached to my 7D when the nasty creek incident happened, and it is still working perfectly
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    Thanks for the help. They appear to be excellent value. The Pixel King and Phottix Odin are the two I've been looking at with the Pixel looking like very good value.

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