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Can the xpro(c) trigger tt600(s) flashes?

 
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Feb 04, 2018 18:57 |  #1

Just wondering if the Canon version of the wireless transmitter can trigger the Sony (or any other non-canon) versions of the flashes. I assume it will but just double checking since I couldn't find the specific information except for all the systems should work with all the other systems.

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Feb 04, 2018 22:05 |  #2

the tt600 isn't brand specific so any of the brand triggers will fire it. It only has the center pin as it's a manual flash.


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Feb 04, 2018 22:10 |  #3

Yeah, the transceiver is built in. No problem.


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Feb 05, 2018 03:24 |  #4

I recently bought a TT600 + Xpro-C and they work beautifully together. I love my flash!


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Feb 05, 2018 08:54 |  #5

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