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  • CyberSync Batterie Powered Receiver

    Paul C. Buff CyberSync Batterie Powered Receiver

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    € 89,95

    Der batteriebetriebene CyberSync-Empfänger ist mit AlienBees und White Lightning kompatibel

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    • Artikelnummer: CSRB

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    • Aufgrund der Lagerverlagerung werden Bestellung am 26 Juli versandt
    • Due to warehouse relocation orders will be shipped on July 26th.
    • The VAT Rules Are Changing From 1 July 2021
    • As a result, prices may differ from one country to another.

    Produktbeschreibung

    • Läuft auf (2) AA Batterien
    • Kompatibel mit AlienBees und White Lightning Blitzgeräten
    • Bietet das drahtlose Abfeuern von Blitzgeräten, wenn es mit dem CyberSync Triggersender (CST2) oder dem eingestellten CST verwendet wird
    • NICHT zur Verwendung mit den DigiBee oder Einstein Blitzgeräten

    IN DER BOX

    • (2) AA Batterien
    • (1) ⅛ "nach ⅛" Synchronisationskabel
    • (1) to "zu ¼" Synchronkabel
    • (1) ⅛ "zum PC-Synchronkabel
    • CyberSync ™ Battery Powered Receiver Produkthandbuch
    • 2 Jahre garantie

     

    PRODUKTINFORMATION

    The CyberSync™ Battery Powered Receiver is compatible with the AlienBees™ and White Lightning™ flash units when utilizing the CyberSync™ Trigger Transmitter 2 (CST2), the discontinued CST,  for a simple and reliable wireless triggering system. The battery powered receiver uses alkaline or rechargeable NiMH AA cells. The CSRB has a 200 hour battery life with automatic shutoff after one hour of non-use, allowing about 50 shooting sessions per charge.

    *For a lighting setup using multiple flashes, you will need at least one receiver. All Paul C. Buff flash units have a built-in light sensitive optical slave eye. When one receiver is connected to one flash, the others will “see” that flash begin to fire and fire in sync. Slave eyes are most reliable in controlled studio environments. If you will be working outdoors, or around other photographers, it is recommended that you have a receiver on each flash unit. This ensures that all flashes are firing via a radio frequency and you do not need to rely on the slave eye or any interference from others shooting in your vicinity.