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At a recent shooting event in San Diego, CA, I got some brief hands-on time with the new transmitters and receivers, and was pleased with how intuitive the user interface was (not something you can always take for granted with flash systems).For the shot below, I used E-TTL with three flashes (groups) - one (A) at camera right for some harsh side-lighting, one (B) front left of model Eliza as the key, and one (C) directly in front of her for a tiny bit of balance to the overall light.Other than this there are numerous third party radio and IR based systems that work with Sony including Mitros and Pixel.I think its a well priced option, but may not suit everybody.I'd definitely consider replacing my Pixel Kings as the Sony units have better UX it seems.Advantages 1) Radio not IR so more reliable triggering.

On the product spec TTL is listed and 1/8000 sec sync speed.It's by no means a deal-breaker though for what appears to be a very capable radio trigger system that should find a way into your kit if you shoot with Sony flashes.Today, Sony has also released pricing and ship timing for the FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS G Master lens, 1.4x and 2.0x teleconverters plus their new wireless lighting control system. One of the most eagerly anticipated lenses of the year, the Sony FE 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS G Master lens takes its place as the flagship telephoto zoom in the Sony lens lineup.While one can fault both Canon and Nikon for similar oversights in their latest radio triggered flash systems, we find the omission increasingly unforgivable given that 3rd party options like Phottix and Yongnuo to trigger AF beams on Sony FE cameras, due to Sony's continued lack of support of AF assist beams (save for the largely useless one built into the camera).We're hopeful that this is something Sony will address in the future.

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