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The FreeWave Mini-Stand Flash Trigger Set from Vello combines a hot shoe stand with a built-in 2.4 GHz radio receiver. This high 2.4 GHz frequency easily passes through objects giving you the ability to place lights behind them and around corners. The lightweight transmitter has a low profile that won't get in the way of any operational controls. The receiver-stand allows the flash to be positioned quickly on any flat surface. You can also use the 1/4"- 20 female thread to mount it on a tripod, light stand, or boom arm for maximum flexibility. For studio situations, the included 3.5mm sync cord and 1/4" phono adapter further expand the Mini-Stand's compatibility to include most studio monolights and power packs.
Taking just seconds to pair the transmitter with additional receivers, the Mini-Stand gives photographers who want to work with multiple lights the freedom of not being limited by the number or type of flash that can be used while shooting.
The FreeWave Mini-Stand Flash Trigger Set is compatible with most major manufacturers' shoe-mount flashes with manual power control. Pentax, Sony/Minolta and Sony Multi-Interface Shoe are not compatible.
Stand and Receiver as One
By having the stand and receiver built together, you can place the flash where you need it without additional equipment.
Wireless Hot Shoe or Studio Flash Trigger Set
Trigger a hot shoe flash (on camera type) or a studio strobe from up to 200' (60m) away.
Low profile, sleek design provides a professional look.
Low Interference Signal
Low interference around and through obstructions via a robust 2.4 GHz signal.
Simple Pairing System
Get setup quickly with easy 2-button pairing between the transmitter and receiver.
Multiple Flash Triggering
Pair multiple receivers (available separately) as needed to trigger many flashes with a single transmitter.