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Quantum FW9T FreeXwire Digital Transmitter

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Quantum FW9T FreeXwire Digital Transmitter

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  • Wireless Digital TTL Capability

You Pay: $194.00

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The Quantum FW9T Transmitter provides simple operation, increased range, and lower cost. You can match sets of FreeXwire units to work together on the same channel, or separate groups of FreeXwires can work independently on different channels, with up to 32 individual Channel/Zone settings at your disposal, and 256 possible lighting combinations. Compatible with an FW7Q, FW8R, or an upgraded FW10w Transceiver.

Mount a FW9T or FW10/10w transmitter and FW12 Hot Shoe Adapter to the camera and be totally wireless. Or, add a "D" or "Dw" series QTTL adapter to the camera and transmit your camera's f/stop, ISO, and TTL exposure information to the remote Qflash 5d.

Might require additional cables or accessories, depending on flash and/or camera used. Please consult the manufacturer's website for complete FreeXwire component chart.

8 Independent Channels
FreeXwire has eight unique Channel Codes. FreeXwire units set to one Channel cannot activate FreeXwires set to different Channels. You control the Channel Code to make FreeXwire units work together or independently, as required. There are 32 individual Channel/Zone settings at your disposal, and 256 possible lighting combinations.
4 Zone Control Plus Local
FreeXwire controls one Local Zone and four wireless Zones for flash or motor drive. You can activate any one Zone, or any combination of Zones 1,2,3,4 and Local. Switch your lighting instantly, remotely. Select and trigger flashes, cameras, or combinations of them, from your remote position.
Wireless Digital Camera TTL
A FreeXwire connected to a "Dw" series adapter transmits the camera's f/stop, ISO, and TTL information to any number of remote FreeXwire /Qflash combinations. A "local" Qflash will synchronize also.
Wireless Auto
Without a TTL adapter, a local Qflash & FreeWire can control exposures of any number of remote Qflash/FreeXwire combinations.
Convenient Connections
You can hot shoe sync with FreeXwire's optional Uni-Mod module FW-11 or FW-12, use twin blade sync cords, or numerous other cords. FreeWires use Quantum's motor drive cords for remote wireless shutter.
Small Size
Compact and light, and antenna folds out of the way for compact storage.
Maximum Range FW9T to FW7R: 300-600' (depending on local conditions)
FW9T to FW8R: 500 - 1000' (depending on local conditions)
Zones 4, plus Local
Channels 8
Power Source 2x AAA
Size 3.6 x 2.3 x 1.1" (9 x 6 x 2.8 cm)
Weight 4.3 oz (122 g) [incl. batteries]
Quantum FW9T FreeXwire Digital Transmitter
  • 2 x AAA 1.5V Alkaline Coppertop Battery
  • Pole Mounting Kit
  • Radio Slave 2 Cord - PC Male to Mini
  • Touch Fastener Mounting Pads
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Brackets, Support and Cords

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    Increase your working flexibility with additional mounting options.

    Impact - Umbrella Bracket
    • You Pay: $17.99
     

    NOTE: This product has specific compatibility limitations. Please see full product description for further details.

    Sync Cords & Flash Remotes

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    Add a TTL hot shoe or PC connectivity.

    Vello - Hot Shoe Adapter with PC Socket + Top Shoe - for Canon (E-TTL)
    • You Pay: $29.95
     

    Light meters

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    A light meter will verify the proper exposure for a photograph.

    Interfit - Flash Meter
    • You Pay: $48.50
     

    Misc Accessories and Adapters

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    Quantum - FW12 Hot Shoe Adapter
    • You Pay: $49.00
     
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