Broncolor Remote Control RFS 2.2 S Transmitter for Sony


Broncolor RFS 2.2 Transceiver ($114.95) offers HyperSync (HS) with Broncolor Siros L and Move flashes for Sony, Canon and Nikon cameras.

As others have pointed out, this appears to be re-branded Godox X1 Transceiver that’s been modified and customized for Broncolor for control of Broncolor Siros L and Move packs. Probably using the same hardware, but Godox commanders can’t control Broncolor flash and this commander can’t control Godox speedlights.

It offers the user a bright illuminated LCD screen which is easy to read and clearly indicates all settings. The RFS 2.2 transceiver is compatible with all Broncolor power packs or monolights equipped with an RFS 2 or 2.1 interface – but the HS function is available only for Siros L and Move flash units.

The Broncolor HS function lets you now use flash in combination with very short exposure time settings on your camera. Advantages include allowing the photographer to use a high shutter speed (up to 1/8000s) to freeze motion, overpower the sun with less flash power and equipment, darken backgrounds using a high shutter speed, and most importantly shoot with a large aperture creating shallow depth of field.


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2 thoughts on “Broncolor Remote Control RFS 2.2 S Transmitter for Sony”

  1. i hv the broncolor 2.2 hs trigger for sony which is not working on sony a7 r iv , does it need firmware update , pls help me

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