Pixel Knight TR-332 E-TTL flash trigger review

Pixel's Knight TR-332 TTL triggers (for Canon) have been given an extensive review, thanks to Clive Bolton.

Pixel‘s Knight TR-332 TTL triggers (for Canon) have been given an extensive review, thanks to Clive Bolton.

A new entry into the foggy world of hot-shoe flashes with its proprietary systems, brands, patents, terms and technologies is Pixel Enterprise in China. Their battery packs have already been favourably received. Their TTL wireless triggers have had a stumbling introduction. The Nikon version came out before it was ready, and reaction was justifiably poor. A Canon version was released as a beta, and has been back for further development. It has a programmable ROM, which enables significant development to be implemented. It is now commercially available. The writer has no relationship with Pixel Enterprise except as a paying customer.

What does Pixel’s Knight trigger try to do, and how well does it do it? This review looks at the Pixel Knight triggers using a 50D, a 580EX II and some 550EXs. Early manufacturer claims were ambiguous; this review uses information from the Product Manual (1 Feb 2010), the current pixelhk eBay listing and the pixelhk.com website.

You can read the full review (part 1)  here.

David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.