Metz WT-1 Wireless Trigger Kit (Transceiver + Receiver) for Sony ($209.95 at B&H Photo) allows you to create a long range wireless flash setup with your Sony ADI / P-TTL system. This Wireless Trigger Kit bundles together a transceiver and a receiver, the essential pieces to a remote flash setup, which use a 2.4 GHz frequency to achieve a maximum range of 984′. The setup also permits full TTL transmission, including high-speed sync, as well as manual control.
- • Transceiver and Receiver Kit
• Compatible with Sony ADI / P-TTL
• Frequency: 2.4 GHz
• Range: 984′
• 15 Channels; 3 Groups
• TTL and Manual Control Options
• TTL Pass-Through Hot Shoe
• High-Speed Sync Support
• Top Hot Shoe; Flash Sync Ports
• Receiver Offers Foot with 1/4″-20 Thread
The Transceiver and Receiver are also available à la carte:
Metz WT-1T Wireless Transceiver for Sony ($139.95 at B&H Photo) uses a reliable 2.4 GHz radio signal and a selection of 15 channels, to trigger receivers up to 984′ away, without requiring line-of-sight and with minimal interference. This system is compatible with Sony’s ADI / P-TTL flashes, permitting both TTL and manual control options and support for high-speed sync at up to 1/8000 second. Users will even have access to a TTL pass-through hot shoe on the top for using a flash directly on camera or setting up this transceiver unit as a receiver.
When multiple flashes are involved, the WT-1T offers group control with three groups for creating more elaborate setups. It also has a backlit LCD screen to show and change current settings as well as a standard sync port for use with studio strobes. It has a USB connection for firmware updates.
Metz WT-1R Wireless Receiver for Sony ($74.95 at B&H Photo) is designed to support Sony’s ADI / P-TTL flash system. This 2.4 GHz receiver will operate at distances up to 984′ while transmitting full TTL information. Also, by using a radio system you can position flashes without needing to worry about maintaining line-of-sight with a trigger. Other benefits of this system are options for manual control as well as high-speed sync support at up to 1/8000 second. Additionally, it has a top hot shoe for mounting a flash as well as a standard sync port for working with studio strobes. It is easy to mount as well, featuring a locking foot with a 1/4″-20 thread.