Following our quick comparison of the Pixel King II with the newly-released HÃ¤hnel Viper, we have got our hands on the full specifications of the King II TTL Trigger from Pixel’s Photokina catalogue.
Notably, thereÂ will be a Nikon version supporting group control just like the Canon version (contrasting with the HÃ¤hnel Viper, which is only available for Canon). This would make the King II for Nikon a worthwhile upgrade from the KingÂ I, which cannot adjust groups of flashes independently.
|Wireless System||Digital FSK 2.4GHz|
|Range||Up to 100m|
|Channels||15 fixed channels and 1 auto channel|
|Receiver Output||TTL hot shoe, cable sync port|
|Power||Transmitter: 2 AA batteries (300 hrs)|
|Receiver: 2 AA batteries (200 hrs)|
|Flash Mode||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|
|Sync Mode||1st curtain, 2nd curtain, High Speed Sync, Red-eye reduction|
|Group Control||3 groups (7 different combinations)|
|Function||Supports flash zooming, focal length, Iso, shutter speed, FV lock and FP|
|Sync Speed||1/8000 second|
|Firmware Support||Upgrade the device by downloading new firmware online|
Thanks to MÃ¡rk Korecz for this information.
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