Quantum Instruments CoPilot Wireless TTL Flash Controller for Nikon

BH #QUQF91N • MFR #860355
Quantum Instruments CoPilot Wireless TTL Flash Controller for Nikon
Key Features
  • Controls Three Remote Flash Groups
  • Controls Two Groups with Local Flash
  • Manual or TTL
  • Control Power and Power Ratio Settings
With the Quantum Instruments CoPilot Wireless TTL Flash Controller you can control a studio full of flashes from up to 300' away from the hotshoe of your Nikon camera. Not only will the CoPilot trigger them but can adjust the lighting ratios of up to three independent groups of flashes. Instead of poking away at an LCD screen Quantum gives you ergonomic, tactile dials that you can adjust without looking at them once you get used to their functions. The CoPilot is compatible with current Qflash TRIOs and T5dRs as well as older versions and any non-Quantum flash that can be triggered in Manual and Auto mode only by a FreeXwire wireless receiver. Last but not least, the CoPilot has a built-in IR autofocus assist for fast focus in low light.
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Quantum Instruments CoPilot Overview

With the Quantum Instruments CoPilot Wireless TTL Flash Controller you can control a studio full of flashes from up to 300' away from the hotshoe of your Nikon camera. Not only will the CoPilot trigger them but can adjust the lighting ratios of up to three independent groups of flashes. Instead of poking away at an LCD screen Quantum gives you ergonomic, tactile dials that you can adjust without looking at them once you get used to their functions. The CoPilot is compatible with current Qflash TRIOs and T5dRs as well as older versions and any non-Quantum flash that can be triggered in Manual and Auto mode only by a FreeXwire wireless receiver. Last but not least, the CoPilot has a built-in IR autofocus assist for fast focus in low light.

The CoPilot's infrared autofocus assist helps your camera focus in low light
TTL control of up to three independent groups of flashes without a local flash or two remote groups with a local Qflash connected to the accessory connector of CoPilot. Compatible with Quantum TRIO and T5dR and older T2D, T3D, T4D and T5D versions
Trigger non-Quantum flash in manual or auto mode with FreeXwire FW8R or FW10W receivers
Use any number of flashes in each remote group
Instant dial settings replace complicated LCD display
Reliable digital radio wireless up to 300' (100 m)
UPC: 807955012481

Quantum Instruments CoPilot Specs

Wireless
Channels8
Groups3
Wireless Range300' / 91 m
General
Control ModesTTL
Physical
DimensionsTransmitter: 3.6 x 2.3 x 1.8" / 9.1 x 5.8 x 4.6 cm
Weight5.2 oz / 147.4 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.405 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.2 x 3.65 x 2.05"
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Can I use this with high speed sync?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you can....and it works wonderfully!!
Answered by: Sandra M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I guess since the Sony A99 was the only camera that was not supported only Canon and Nikon most likely it's compatible with DSLR and Mirrorless cameras....hopefully.
Asked by: jeffrey
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