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Strobes that will trigger from on-camera flash?

I have a Sony hot-shoe flash that can be triggered remotely by the on-camera flash. Are there strobes for umbrellas/soft-boxes that I can reliably trigger from the on-camera flash in the same ...
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wireless triggering Canon 650d with profoto d1

I have a Canon 650d with 600ex-rt speedlite. I'm interested in wedding photography, but wondering about cases where the ceiling is very high, so that bouncing the 600ex-rt will be useless. I want a ...
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What is the difference between different Canon Speedlight transmitter ST-E3 model names?

Is there any difference between the ST-E3-NR and the ST-E3-RT transmitters? Or are they both the same?
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Achieving wireless + speedlight [duplicate]

I have a Nikon D5100, and would like to be able to hold a speedlight in my hand, or place it behind my subject. I'd like to avoid cables, but don't know which specific products I should get. I ...
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Canon 580EX compatible with xxxEX II flashes?

I've got a Canon 580EX (original, not the II) flash, and now I'm interested in adding a slave flash. I stopped by a camera store this evening to look at the 430EX II, but the salesman advised me that: ...
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Are RF wireless triggers systems compatible with one another?

I'm trying to get into using a wireless setup instead of a wired setup for triggering my off-camera flash, and this seems to be wading into a lot of products with very little clarity. There are a lot ...
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Is there a radio flash control system for Olympus that allows setting flash power from the camera?

One of the main advantages of optical wireless flash control systems is that they don't require anything extra: at least with many cameras, they work with the built-in flash, and can often control ...
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When using wireless triggers is it best to use a different wireless shutter release system?

I am wondering which way is better: Use a trigger system with multiple receivers, including one on the camera to control the shutter Use a separate trigger/shutter system and have the camera fire ...
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Can any radio flash triggers be used without a sync cable?

I am looking for an inexpensive wireless flash trigger system to use with my Pentax k-x and an old flash I wouldn't trust on the camera hot shoe (Vivitar 550FD) because of its high trigger voltage. I ...