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    Anyone recommend a remote trigger supporting TTL?

    Hi all!

    I'm looking for a relatively low-cost remote trigger that supports TTL. (My main camera is a 1Ds mkII, does that matter?) I've got some $25 eBay cheapies that work well most of the time, but no TTL. I know pocket wizard and Bowens do them, but they are very very expensive! Any suggestions?

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    Maybe check out the Odin triggers from site sponsor Phottix.
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    The pixel tr332's work well
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    Quote Originally Posted by I @ M View Post
    Maybe check out the Odin triggers from site sponsor Phottix.
    Santa bought me a set of these for xmas. I sender & 2 recievers.

    They seem to be getting good reviews around the net and are a fair bit cheaper than other full ettl options.

    I'm far from a lighting expert, but having watched a review on youtube beforehand managed to set them up and work out how to use them in a couple of minutes, very intuative. Have played around with them with the kids & such but not used them in anger yet.

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    Thanks guys!

    It looks like TTL remotes start from around about $130 for a sender / receiver set. I think I'll hold off on getting one just yet...

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    Until I saw that you already mentioned PW's, I was going to suggest them. The Mini and Flex series are first class units. You get what you pay for...

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