Trigmaster 2.4G Review Roundup

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 well, so they were able to test the compatibility between the two. Here are a few of the reviews, with more to come over time. Read through them and see if a set of our triggers is good for you. If so, you can purchase them here. Stay tuned for more reviews…

Lighting Essentials Review

 From the review:

“In the shoots I found them to be 100% reliable. NO missed flashes, no problems with interference and all the working distance that I need for my work. They worked flawlessly when triggering the camera during a still life shoot, and every one of my different speedlights worked with them as well.”

New Gear: Aputure Triggers and Gamilight Modifiers – Gear that WORKS © Don Giannatti

Lighting Rumours Review

From the review:

“On a final note, what does the Aputure Trigmaster 2.4G system offer that PocketWizard Plus IIs don’t?

  • Low price
  • More channels
  • Size
  • Hotshoes on receivers and transceivers
  • Inexpensive receivers available
  • Autofocus support for remote cameras
  • Can wake up sleeping flashes”

Aputure Trigmaster 2.4G Review © Lighting Rumours

Tristan Jud | RAW Review

From the review:

“On the other hand the Trigmaster comes as a pack with a trigger and receiver. Which could be a great starting point for someone who needs a complete set to get going with. That is the major difference between the two devices. I also want to mention that both the Trigmaster and Trigmaster Plus can actually work together.”

Aputure Trigmaster Family Review © Tristan Jud | RAW

Vanished Twin – Review

From the review:

“The Trigmaster II 2.4G triggers handle without any problems and have performed flawlessly during my tests without any misfires. The material strength is strong enough to use the receiver as a flash mount without any fear of it breaking under the stress.”

Trigmaster II 2.4G Review by Jayesunn Krump

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