Phottix launches Laso Transmitter and Receiver for Canon flashes
Phottix has launched its Laso Flash Trigger System today for the Canon RT Wireless radio flash system and the camera maker’s non-radio E-TTL flashes. The Laso Transmitter can be used with up to 15 radio flashes in five groups, while the Laso receiver enables the setup to be used with non-radio E-TTL flashes.
The Laso Transmitter can be used to trigger non-radio E-TTL flashes with the Laso Receiver; photographers can also use the Canon ST-E3-RT flash transmitter or similar devices instead of the Laso Transmitter if desired. The transmitter supports a variety of flash modes, including Manual, Ext.A, MULTI, Linked Shooting and E-TTL II/E-TTL. The receiver, meanwhile, supports studio lights in addition to non-radio flashes for incorporating them into a triggering system.
North White Plains, NY – September 24, 2015 – The new Phottix Laso is designed to work with Canon’s RT Wireless radio flash system as well as Canon, non-radio, ETTL flashes.
The Phottix Laso Flash Trigger System enables users to control and trigger Canon RT System, radio-enabled flashes, as well as control and trigger Canon’s non-radio flashes mounted on Laso Receivers.
The Laso Transmitter can control and trigger 5 groups (15 units) of Canon radio-enabled flashes and supports multiple flash modes, including E-TTL II/E-TTL, Manual, MULTI, Ext.A and Linked Shooting.
The Laso Receiver works with Canon’s non-radio ETTL flashes. Users can control and trigger these flashes from different radio devices, including the Phottix Laso Transmitter, Canon ST-E3-RT flash transmitter, and Canon radio-enabled flashes. The Laso Receiver can also be connected to studio lights, offering the ability to mix hot shoe flashes and studio lights in one triggering system.
The Phottix Laso Flash Trigger System is available on September 24th.