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Trigger systems
When I bought my kit of studio strobes I got a trigger system included in that kit. It was of the brand Neewer, and it worked okay.

Then later I wanted a system where I would be able to adjust the power of the flashes independently, on the camera. So I got me a Godox system, - my flashes are also by Godox. And with that trigger, or transmitter for the camera, came three small recievers, with a USB A type of plug, to be inserted on the side of the studio strobe. They can be set to different channels and groups. So I can set the power setting on each strobe, independently.
Sometimes when the light is up high and the strobes are out of reach, or sight, it makes good sense, to have such possibility, to set the output from the transmitter, mounted on the camera.

So - that system is great.
I have marked the recievers, so I can tell them apart, without having to look for what channel the receiver is set to.

The last trigger set I will present here is also a Godox. I bought a kit of two wireless macro flashes, and for those I had to have a trigger. And there was a couple of choices, so I ended up buying this one, the Xpro for my Nikon camaras.
I can though not use this for my studio strobes. They dont have a receiver built in for this trigger. So I can solely use them for my MF-12's. For now anyway. If I will be able to use it for some other studio strobes, if or when I will buy such.



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