One common question we get is how to make our triggers work together. The short answer is that all 2.4G models work with each other. The only ones that don’t are the older, first generation models of Trigmaster and Trigmaster Plus (2010). Anything thereafter is gold.
Shenzhen, May 9, 2012 – Aputure Photo Tech Co. is pleased to announce our latest flash trigger, the Trigmaster II 2.4G.
Trigmaster II is the perfect triggering solution for your speedlite, studio strobe, and camera shutter needs. It inherits the advantages of the previous models while adding exciting new features, bringing you a splendid flash and camera control experience.
It has a plethora of features jam-packed into a small unit, including 1/250s sync speed, 16 channels, and more. If you’re just getting into off-camera flash photography, or even been in the game for a while, Trigmaster II won’t let you down.
Our latest trigger has been in the hands of photographers for a few months now and they are just starting to come out with reviews of the unit. In some cases, the reviewers had a set of Plus units as … READ MORE
I’ve been shooting with the new 2.4G Trigmaster Plus for a few months now, and here are a few snaps from recent shoots, with a brief explanation of the lighting behind each one. Nothing special, but created the desired effect. … READ MORE
Shenzhen, 25th of March, 2011 – Aputure Photo Tech Co. is pleased to announce our latest flash trigger, the 2.4G Trigmaster Plus.
The new version follows on the heels of the original Trigmaster Plus, and is the latest in our popular Trigmaster line, offering reliable control of your flash, strobe, and camera.