Sony Multiple Camera Shutter Wireless Radio Receiver (FA-WRC1M, Black)Rating: 3.9(6 Reviews and 0 Ratings)Pay on Delivery
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- 30 metres Range
- Built-in Sync Terminal
- Wireless Radio Receiver
- Multi-Terminal Cable
- Three Exposure Controls with Convenient Through-The-Lens Metering
Photography of the highest level is combined with convenience of usage with this Sony FA-WRC1M Wireless Radio Commander that you can connect to up to 15 wireless receivers (FA-WRR1) for radio wireless flash control of even large lighting setups. You can use your existing α flash units like HVL-F60M, F43M or F32M over a wide range of up to 30 m (98.4 ft.). With flash unit grouping you can expand your lighting in inventive ways. With the multi-terminal connection on radio receivers, you can also trigger multiple simultaneous camera shutters for boundless creativity.
The Sony FA-WRC1M Wireless Radio Commander allows you to control multiple flash modes. You can attach the Wireless Radio to your compatible camera2, attach up to 15 radio receivers to flashes, then quickly and easily pair Wireless Radio to each receiver. Pair up to 15 receivers within up to 5 groups for accurate radio transmissions. You can easily control multiple flash units for more creative lighting options and capture some awesome images.
Other Efficient Features
With the Sony FA-WRC1M Wireless Radio Commander you can remotely adjust flash settings on the Wireless Radio. Easily control complex lighting setups alone or with a small crew. Confirm exposure compensation, flash intensity etc. or independently adjust receiver settings. You can adjust flash strength or use Zoom to change flash angles. With the remote release function you can control multiple cameras. Simultaneously release shutters on multiple cameras using remote shooting function. Use separately sold Multi-Terminal cables to connect wireless radio receivers to cameras to accurately and reliably shoot one subject from multiple angles at the same time.