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  1. #1
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    Wireless trigger to test speedlight

    I have a Pixel TW-282TX and it works great as a wireless shutter release. My question: can anyone suggest a product that will let me fire a remote speedlight TEST flash?
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    Re: Wireless trigger to test speedlight

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  3. #3
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    Re: Wireless trigger to test speedlight

    I use Godox speed-lights and their triggers as well. I currently have the Godox X2Tn trigger. I use all Godox lights now so they do not require a separate. However you can buy a receiver for about $40 and a transmitter for around $60-$70.

    below is a link that shows a number of combos at Amazon. If you decide to go with Godox I would look at the X2T or the Pro. The X1T is ok, but it is a bit more cumbersome. I will tell you that I used to use Yongnuo but I have found Godox much easier for me to use making me less reluctant to work with speed-lights.

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=godox+tra..._sb_ss_sc_3_23
    Dan~~Kentucky

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    Yongnuo Speedlight YN568EX, Vanguard ALTA Pro 264AB Tripod, Vanguard
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    Re: Wireless trigger to test speedlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I use Godox speed-lights and their triggers as well. I currently have the Godox X2Tn trigger. I use all Godox lights now so they do not require a separate. However you can buy a receiver for about $40 and a transmitter for around $60-$70.

    below is a link that shows a number of combos at Amazon. If you decide to go with Godox I would look at the X2T or the Pro. The X1T is ok, but it is a bit more cumbersome. I will tell you that I used to use Yongnuo but I have found Godox much easier for me to use making me less reluctant to work with speed-lights.

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=godox+tra..._sb_ss_sc_3_23
    Danno, I think you are on to something (changing to Godox). My Yongnuo speedlight/trigger system sometimes doesn't fire and the on/off button on the flash is a bit weird. I'l try the Godox x pro-n trigger and TT600 flash from Amazon and see how it does.
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    Re: Wireless trigger to test speedlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Brumble Buffin View Post
    Danno, I think you are on to something (changing to Godox). My Yongnuo speedlight/trigger system sometimes doesn't fire and the on/off button on the flash is a bit weird. I'l try the Godox x pro-n trigger and TT600 flash from Amazon and see how it does.
    I think you will be pleased.. I find them to be very user friendly.
    Dan~~Kentucky

    "The natural man must know in order to believe; The spiritual man must believe in order to know. " ~ Aiden Wilson Tozer ~ "The Dwelling Place of God"

    Nikon Z 6 Nikon D7200 w/Grip, Nikon D700 w/Grip, AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR, Nikon 14-24 f/2.8, Nikkor 50mm/1.8G, Tamron 28-75, Tamron 70-200 F/2.8
    Yongnuo Speedlight YN568EX, Vanguard ALTA Pro 264AB Tripod, Vanguard
    SBH-100 ball head Beike Gimbal Head, ARCA Swiss B1 ball head

    https://www.dailywalkinthelight.com





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