for Canon, Nikon and Sony Digital SLR cameras

Wireless system
Radio category

Radio specifications
2.4GHz ISM band (Obtaining technical standards conformity certification)

8 channels (channel setting in Air 1)

Flash Groups
A, B, C (3 Groups) (Group control and a specific group can stop transmitting)

Power Source
2 x AAA batteries

Function mode
TTL, Manual and Manual zoom

Continuous shooting speed
10 shots/sec

Number of flashes per charge
Approx. 3,000 flashes

Transmission distant
Max. 30m (Depending on the enviroment)

[TTL] i-TTL ( Nikon) / E-TTL II / E-TTL (Canon)
[manual]/ ADI/ PTTL (Sony)

Manual zoom
Manual adjustment
(24/ 35/ 50/ 70/ 85/ 105/ 135/ 200 mm)

EV compensation on flash
[TTL] -2.0 ~ + 2.0 ,1/2EV step [manual]1 ~ 1/128 (8 steps)
Each group can be adjusted independently or synchronization

Synchronization modes
Canon - 1st- Curtain synchronisation, 2nd - Curtain synchronization, High-speed synchronization, FE Lock (set on camera)
Nikon - 1st- Curtain synchronization, Rear Curtain synchronization, High-speed synchronization, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization, FV Lock (set on camera)
Sony- 1st- Curtain synchronization, High-speed synchronization, FEL Lock (set on camera)

AF-assist beam effective range
0.7 ~ 5m

Operation panel
LED color panel and select dial

High-speed synchronization
1/8,000 sec

65(L) x 60 (W) x 50 (H)mm/ 2.6(L) x 2.4(W) x 2 (H)inch

55g / 1.9oz (without batteries)

Notice: Design and specification are subject to change without prior notice.

*1:Not compatible with Nissin Battery Magazine BM-01

*2:Not correspond to the wireless optical TTL master. Can be set as A/B/C group (Group RMT/ RMT 2/ RMT M for Sony Version)
*3:SD - Slave Digital (synchronizes to the pre-flash system. The master flash is to be set at TTL (E-TTL for Canon, i-TTL for Nikon and ADI/P-TTL for Sony) mode
SF - Slave Film. synchronizes to the traditional single flash system. The master flash is to be set at manual mode. Studio lighting system synchronizes to this mode. This mode is also available for open flash, and for a standard flash in the market.