Pixel Enterprise Ltd have confirmed that their upcoming King II wireless TTL trigger ï»¿willï»¿ be backwards compatible with the original King with “full” functionality.
We have got our hands on the full specifications of the King II TTL Trigger from Pixel’s Photokina catalogue.
Want control of your Canon Speedlites from the camera? Thinking of buying a Phottix Odin? Have a look at this first.
Yongnuo have announced a 2.4GHz wireless flash trigger for Canon, with HSS, E-TTL and AF-assist.
Richard from theflasher.eu has kindly sent in some examples of hypersync being used out on location with the Canon version of the Pixel King.
A quick test to see how the Pixel King TTL trigger fares at high shutter speeds with manual non-TTL flash units.
In our first trial of the Canon Speedlite 600EX, we successfully test it with the Pixel King Wireless E-TTL Flash Trigger for Canon.
We try the Pixel King Wireless i-TTL radio trigger, using it with Nikon speedlights and with low-priced third party i-TTL flashes from China. Does it work?
Pixel Enterprise have announced that the Sony iIso version of their high-performance Opas transceiver flash trigger is going to be available soon.
The Pixel Opas is a transceiver-based wireless flash trigger which looks similar to the popular Phottix Atlas. How does it fare in our review?
Three different wireless flash triggers, all with pass-through TTL hotshoes and wireless flash grouping. Which one is right for you?
The Pixel King E-TTL triggers have been released, with the possibility of an add-on “ZoneController” type accessory to be available in the future.