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Pixel King Pro (Nikon Version: Third Generation)

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19 September 2013 19:02
Strober
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Hey guys,

I've just written my review on my blog for the brand new Pixel King Pro Nikon Version (third generation triggers) and lads it's good news for Nikon shooters, we have full 100% control over our speedlites with this new trigger. Also Pixel has packed a few surprises into this bit of kit too.

I know I've not been on here for a while, but I've been busy with other projects such as Journalism, but I'm going to try and make an effort to pop in and catch up with you all again. Any way if your interested in reading my review of these triggers then please visit my blog posting

http://grptelevision.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/pixel-king-pro-ittl-nikon-version-third.html



Speak to you all soon Strober

PS: If any one is up for a group shoot in Manchester some time then I may be up for it
PSS: I got a pic of Kevin Webster during his trial (poor guy having to go through all that)

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20 September 2013 04:19
paule
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I use the YonGnuo YN-622N I-TTL transceivers in conjunction with the DEBAO-SU800 (shameless use of the same product name from Nikon) the combo' works great allowing me to control setting of remote flashguns from the camera.

I looked at the PK's though the price of the YN's was just too good. Though I liked the LED on the new PK's functionality wise the YN's do all I need...

Nice review however.. you need to employ a proof reader, so many typo's and grammatical's


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20 September 2013 05:26
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Quote from paule
I use the YonGnuo YN-622N I-TTL transceivers in conjunction with the DEBAO-SU800 (shameless use of the same product name from Nikon) the combo' works great allowing me to control setting of remote flashguns from the camera.

I looked at the PK's though the price of the YN's was just too good. Though I liked the LED on the new PK's functionality wise the YN's do all I need...

Nice review however.. you need to employ a proof reader, so many typo's and grammatical's



Thanks for that Paule, I've corrected a few typo's today also the problem is, is that I'm that busy these days that I don't have much time to add all the bells and whistles onto things. Any way I was never good at English or Maths at school, as a matter of fact my teachers were lucky if they saw me lol (and that's true).

Any way getting back onto topic, I've never heard of the DEBAO-SU800 so I'll check that out in more detail when I get the time. So are you saying that the DEBAO-SU800 works with your YN-622N via Radio Frequency and that you can control all light out put of your speedlite i.e. increase / decrease your flash power ?
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20 September 2013 12:24
paule
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Quote from Strober
... So are you saying that the DEBAs with your YN-622N via Radio Frequency and that you can control all light out put of your speedlite i.e. increase / decrease your flash power ?


Yep, you can use the regular Nikon CLS or plonk it on top of the Transcevers and then control them through the SU0800.. they've just released an english manual too.. http://www.eachshot.com/media/11/uploads/product/debao/su-800/debao_su_800.doc


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20 September 2013 13:10
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Quote from paule
Yep, you can use the regular Nikon CLS or plonk it on top of the Transcevers and then control them through the SU0800.. they've just released an english manual too.. http://www.eachshot.com/media/11/uploads/product/debao/su-800/debao_su_800.doc



really interesting thanks for sharing mate, as i'm looking at the link now. so you buy the debao from china, what's the price range like ? cause I don't see any sellers on google
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22 September 2013 12:55
paule
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Yep, ebay via China... I took the untracked postage and it arrived first time.. I got mine from here. £64 it's listed as now.. I paid £71..

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Debao-SU-800-Wireless-Speedlite-Transmitter-Commander-Better-than-SU800-/281138757454?


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22 September 2013 13:33
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Well Done and thanks for sharing / your time.

Strober

Quote from paule
Yep, ebay via China... I took the untracked postage and it arrived first time.. I got mine from here. £64 it's listed as now.. I paid £71..



http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Debao-SU-800-Wireless-Speedlite-Transmitter-Commander-Better-than-SU800-/281138757454?



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01 November 2013 15:04
paule
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** Debao SU800 doesn't work on the YN-622n's... I had a longer further play with them the other day and no go.. I guess it was TTL sorting things out..

However YonGnuo are bringing out a transmitter version YN-622-TX just to trigger and control the YN-622N's..

http://flashhavoc.com/yn-622n-tx-first-image-emerges/

Apologies for the duff info.. though still works as a cheap alternative to the Nikon version...



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