Broncolor RFS 2.2 N Transmitter (Nikon)

In stock
$190.00
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Broncolor RFS 2.2 N Transmitter (Nikon)

In stock
$190.00
  • For Nikon cameras
  • Studio address setting range: 1-99
  • Lamp address setting range: 1-40
  • Frequency: 2,4 GHz
  • Exposure speed, focal-plane shutter in HS mode: up to 1/8000 s
  • Flash triggering by: Integrial hot shoe, middle contact / Sync connection on side
  • Operational distance in open air: up to 50 m / 164 ft
  • Operational distance in a building: up to 30 m / 98 ft
  • Dimension (l x w x h): 72 x 55 x 52 mm / 2.8 x 3.0 x 2.0''
  • Weight: 100 g / 0.2 lbs (incl. batteries)
  • Releases per Second: 100
  • Power supply: 2 AA batteries
  • Typical battery life span: approx. 8-12 months / 100'000 flashes
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Finance Policy

The RFS 2.2 transceiver operates as a remote control or radio flash trigger for one or more broncolor power packs or monolights equipped with an RFS 2 interface.

With the radio system broncolor RFS 2.2 you can trigger and operate by remote control broncolor units, which are equipped with an integrated RFS 2 interface. RFS 2.2 is available in four versions, for Canon, Nikon, Sony and Fuji and always optimized for its operation. The use with other camera systems is not recommended. RFS 2.2 includes the new broncolor HS technology which allows exposure times up to 1/8000 s and is available at the moment for Siros L, Siros 800 S, Siros 800 and Move with the respective software update.

Power packs or monolights not equipped with an RFS 2 interface can be operated by connecting an RFS 2.2 Transceiver (as receiver). All devices, whether with a built-in RFS 2 or an external RFS 2.2 receiver are compatible. If several RFS 2 units are to communicate with each other, they must be set to the same studio address. RFS 2 units with the same studio address can be remote-controlled simultaneously. By using different studio addresses, several groups of devices can be reliably operated independently of each other.

Flash synchronisation takes place either via the hot shoe, or using the camera’s sync contact. The operating distance is up to 50m in the open air, or up to 30m in a building. The transmitter is fitted with two AA batteries.