Phottix Ares Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver Only

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SKU: PH89231 MFR: PH89231

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About Phottix

Phottix Ares Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver wirelessly triggers off-camera flashes and studio lights. This receiver attaches to portable flashguns with a hot shoe style mount or via a PC sync cable and is meant to be used with the Phottix Aster transmitter.

The Phottix Aster receiver offers multiple modes. W (wireless) Mode - The receiver is triggered by a wireless signal from the Phottix Aster transmitter. The receiver should be within 30 m. of the transmitter .L (light) Mode - The receiver is optically triggered. A camera's pop-up flash, or another flashgun or studio strobe will fire the flash unit connected to the receiver. The Phottix Aster receiver has 4 wireless channels to avoid radio interference and allows photographers to easily create multiple lighting set-ups.

Phottix Specifications

Receiver battery type
CR2 3V battery
Standby current
Working current
Receiver connection
3.5 mm socket for PC Sync cord
Operating distance
W (wireless) mode: 30m (100') in open areas, L (light) mode: 10m (32.8')
Sync speed
Varies from 1/125s to 1/250s depending on the sync speed of flashes/strobes and types of camera
Operation Frequency
433 MHz
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Shopper  Will this work with any Phottix wireless transmitter?
JACOB K  I've read that it is not compatible with the other triggers by phottix, but have not actually tried it to see compatibility. I however really like these. Hope that helps!
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