This Quantum Turbo 3 Rechargeable Battery and Cable for Canon Kit from B&H Photo brings you the ideal solution for lighting when you don't have electricity handy when and where you're shooting. The Turbo 3 Rechargeable Battery is a high voltage battery that works with most shoe- and handle-mount professional quality flash units and all Quantum Qflash, T-series and Trio/Pilot portable flashes. The included CZ2 Power Cable connects your Turbo 3 to a variety of Canon and Nissin flash units. The Turbo 3 can provide up to 1050 full-power flashes for shoe-mount and 750 flashes for handle-mount flash units.
The Turbo 3 has two outlets so you can simultaneously power a digital camera and a flash or two flashes. Cables are secured to the battery with locking sockets so you don't have to worry about a cable falling out while you are in the middle of shooting. Compatible cables for Nikon and Qflash Trio are also available (sold separately).
This NiMH battery is equipped with four "fuel gauge" LED status indicators which keep you aware of how much power you have left. Recycling times average one second and it takes about three hours to fully charge the unit with the included standard battery charger.
Turbo 3 is Quantum's highest-capacity battery. It weighs only 32 oz (900 g) and can be carried around easily with the included belt clip.
Quantum Instruments Turbo 3 Rechargeable Battery (US / Canada / Japan Plug)
For a portable power source for your speedlights, use the Turbo 3 Rechargeable Battery (US / Canada / Japan Plug) from Quantum Instruments. This battery works with most shoe-mount and handle-mount flashes, including all Quantum Qflash, T-series, and Trio/Pilot portable flashes. The Turbo 3 has the capacity to provide 1050 full-power flashes for shoe-mount speedlights and 750 flashes for handle-mount units.
The product offers two outlets so you can simultaneously power a digital camera and a flash, or two flashes. Cables are secured to the battery via locking sockets so you don't have to worry about a cable falling out while you are in the middle of shooting. Compatible cables for Nikon, Canon, and Qflash Trio are available and sold separately.
The Turbo 3 is equipped with four LED status indicators for checking how much power you have left. Recycling times vary from 1 to 1.9 seconds, and it takes about three hours to fully charge the unit with the included battery charger. The product weighs only 2 lb and can be carried around easily with the included belt clip.
- NiMH batteries used for quick recycling
- Non-included locking flash cables for Nikon, Canon, and Qflash TRIO can be secured with the locking sockets of the Turbo 3
- Comes with a belt clip, and has fittings for an optional shoulder strap
- Two outlets for simultaneously powering a digital camera and a flash, or two flashes
- The internal battery can be replaced by Quantum Instruments at a nominal cost if desired
- To check the Turbo 3 capacity when it is not connected, press the ON button until the LED display comes on. The gauge will automatically turn off after use
- Shoe mount: 1050
- Handle mount: 750
- Qflash: 600
- Trio: 1050
Full-Power Flashes (with Flash and Digital Camera)
- Shoe mount: 600
- Handle mount: 450
- Qflash: 375
- Trio: 630
Typical 1/8-Power Flashes in Automatic/TTL Mode
- Shoe mount: 7500
- Handle mount: 5400
- Qflash: 4300
- Trio: 7500
Impact CZ2 HV Cable with Locking Mechanism for Canon Flashes
Connect the Impact LiteTrek Portable Power Pack to your Canon-type flash with the CZ2 HV Cable with Locking Mechanism from Impact. This cable features a coiled design that offers a relaxed length of 28" that can stretch up to 9.2' when needed. This allows users to set up their flash in a variety of situations, including on a bracket or light stand, without issue. Also, the cable has a locking mechanism that is compatible with Bolt- and Quantum-style locking collars to ensure a secure connection. Additionally, it has a weather seal at the point of the flash to prevent rain, snow, and other elements from damaging your equipment.
Nissin: MG8000, Di866, Di866 Mark II, and Di700
Bolt: VX-710 and VX-760 for Canon and Nikon