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skull 11-17-2009 1:06 PM

I have been using a Canon ST-E2 to trigger strobes (580EXII and 430EXII) and this sucker is fine indoors. Outdoors it has a very limited range. I was having trouble getting it to work from anything past about 30'. Are Pocketwizards the way to go? I was taking some night shots on a old bridge and couldn't get the shot I wanted due to the limited range.

steezyshots 11-17-2009 2:50 PM

The ONLY way to go

skull 11-17-2009 3:59 PM

They vary in price about 100 bucks from their high to low end models. What is the difference? Thanks Riley

wakesurf12 11-17-2009 9:22 PM

Get the plus II's You wont need much more than that unless you are shooting in a situation with more that 4 photographers at a time. <BR> <BR>Ryan

craig_f 11-19-2009 12:20 AM

If you are not worried about interference, get the TT1/TT% combo, that way you have the option of ttl and hss.

sideswipeproductions 11-21-2009 7:55 PM

I've heard some less than stellar things about the range on those TT1 and TT5's, however it all depends on what you need out of them.

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