Full Pixel King II flash trigger specifications revealed
Following our quick comparison of the Pixel King II with the newly-released Hähnel Viper, we have got our hands on the full specifications of the King II TTL Trigger from Pixel’s Photokina catalogue.
Notably, there will be a Nikon version supporting group control just like the Canon version (contrasting with the Hähnel Viper, which is only available for Canon). This would make the King II for Nikon a worthwhile upgrade from the King I, which cannot adjust groups of flashes independently.
Digital FSK 2.4GHz
Up to 100m
15 fixed channels and 1 auto channel
TTL hot shoe, cable sync port
Transmitter: 2 AA batteries (300 hrs)
Receiver: 2 AA batteries (200 hrs)
E-TTL, TTL, M (for Canon)
i-TTL, TTL, M, Multi flash (for Nikon)
Supports setting flash exposure compensation for each group
Supports output light ratios
1st curtain, 2nd curtain, High Speed Sync, Red-eye reduction