Quantum Qflash TRIO with built-in FreeXwire Transceiver and TTL capabilities is fully dedicated with Nikon D3 and D300. Quantum's QTTL D22wR adapter links the Nikon D3 & D300 to the Qflash series 5d-R, 5d, 4d, 2D "Digital" flashes to provide full dedication to Nikon iTTL digital professional cameras.
The following features are available with the Quantum's digital Qflashes:
||Rear curtain sync
||Wireless TTL Ratio w/ Qflash 5d-R
|Auto Ratio / Fill-flash
||Qnexus with Qflash 5d-R
||3d-R and Qflash TRIO
|Auto focus Assist
||Wireless TTL w/ Qflash 2D, 4d & 5d
|Viewfinder ready indicator
||Shutter speed control
||HHS with Qflash TRIO only
Turbo 2x2 & Turbo Compact Power for the Nikon D3 & D300 Digital Cameras
Connect the Turbo 2x2 and digital power cord SD10 or Turbo Compact and digital power cord YDC10 directly into the dc input of the Nikon D3. The second output of the Turbo 2x2 can be used to power either the Qflash Digital, Nikon SB800DX or SB80DX flash or other compatible flash units.
Connect the Turbo 2x2 and digital power cord CD100 or Turbo Compact and digital power cord YDC100 directly into the dc input of the Nikon D300. The second output of either Turbo can be used to power either the Qflash Digital, Nikon SB800DX or SB80DX flash or other compatible flash units.
Remote Shutter Compatibility for:
Nikon D3 & D300
Use a FreeXwire FW44 two step remote shutter release cord to turn on, focus and fire the Nikon D3.
Mount your secondary camera behind a basketball goal for a photo with a different perspective. In the studio, take away sync cords to trip over. Have freedom of movement when taking fashion portraits- no more standing behind your camera viewfinder. It's a must have photo accessory for portrait, sports or nature photographers.
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Sony Flash HVL-F58AM Now Compatible with Quantum Batteries
Connect a Turbo, SC, 2X2, Z or Turbo Compact to the Sony Flash HVL-F58AM using a Turbo Cable CL5 (long cord). You get ultra fast recycling and all day capacity.
The Turbos put approximately 330 volts into the flashes capacitor/flash tube circuit, bypassing the TTL and LCD low voltage circuits. Four "AA" batteries must be used to power the low voltage circuitry.
All power packs display power remaining and charge level using an LED "fuel gauge". Quantum Batteries typically yield the same power as $2000 worth of "AA" batteries.