The FreeWave Fusion Pro Wireless Flash Receiver / Remote Control for Nikon DSLRs from Vello is a versatile, reliable remote control that will trigger off-camera flash units and studio lights from up to 600' away. It can be used to configure up to three different light groups, which can be triggered individually or simultaneously, for a total of seven different combinations, using its multiple groups feature. Simultaneous triggering of multiple lights requires additional FreeWave Fusion Pro Receivers (available separately).
The FreeWave Fusion Pro also provides the convenience of a wireless camera shutter release, ideal for photographing wildlife, and also for macro and close-up photos or long exposures, where the slightest camera movement can ruin a picture. Working on the 2.4GHz frequency gives you reduced radio interference and an extended range of up to 600' and since radio signals pass through obstructions you don't need to have line-of-sight positioning. Four RF channels are available to prevent interference from other devices or users.
The FreeWave Fusion Pro is compatible with most cameras, flash units and studio lights. However, for flash wake up functionality and/or high shutter speeds, you will need full Nikon TTL support via your camera, flash and FreeWave Fusion Pro trigger.
Note: This remote does not provide high-voltage sync protection, and is not recommended for use with flash units that have a trigger voltage of more than 6V.
- For FreeWave Fusion Pro System
- Extra Receiver for the FreeWave Fusion Pro system.
- Receiver works with multiple camera and light models. Just swap out the connecting camera release cables (available separately).
- Flash Wake-Up
- Sleep mode allows the flash to power down in between shooting sessions to extend battery life. Simply depress the trigger button on the transmitter half-way to pull the flash out of sleep-mode. The wake-up function is only available when used as part of a complete Nikon TTL system. If your flash does not have a wake up function, you may turn off sleep mode.