PIXEL King E-TTL II Wireless Flash Trigger for Sony

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PIXEL King E-TTL II Wireless Flash Trigger for Sony


The King Support Sony ADI-TTL, TTL, M mode. provides 7 selectable channels and 3 different groups. For power, both the TX and RX use two AA-sized batteries. Both the TX and RX have an USB-socket to allow firmware updates. Both the TX and RX have a hot-shoe. The RX hot-shoe is for mounting remote Speedlites. However, the TX hot-shoe is not a TTL pass-through shoe, and can not be used to mount an additional Speedlite. Instead Pixel has hinted that they may later introduce a separate control unit (dubbed “N-ETTL”) that can be mounted in the TX hot-shoe and used like the PocketWizard AC3 Zone Controller.



  • Support EV
  • Support flash group setting on transmitter
  • Support 1st Curtain, 2nd Curtain, High Speed Sync
  • Support High speed sync for studio and outdoor light
  • Support well known brand flashes for High speed sync and TTL (Metz II, Sigma, Sunpak, Nissin)
  • Support well known brand flashes for trigger.
  • (Does not support high speed sync and TTL flash)
  • Support firmware upgrade
  • Support multi receiver control
  • Support flash focusing light


    Wireless Frequency System:

  • System Mode: Digital FSK 2.4GHz
  • Operating Distance:100 meters above
  • Wireless Channel:7



  • Flash mode: DI-TTL,TTL,M
  • Sync Mode: 1st Curtain, 2nd Curtain, High Speed Sync
  • Group setting:3 difference group (7 combinations)
  • Funcion: King supports flash zooming, focal length, ISO, shutter speed, FV lock and FP
  • Shutter Sync Speed:1/8000s
  • Compatible flash:Flashgun, Studio light and outdoor light
  • Focusing light: Transmitter support with focusing light


    Trigger Mode

  • Transmitter: Input support PC and Hot shoe
  • Receiver: Output support TTL, Hot shoe and connecting cable socket



  • Transmitter: USB, PC, Cable input socket, Hot shoe input
  • Receiver: USB, PC, Cable output socket, Hot shoe input



  • Interface:
    Transmitter : USB, PC cable input socket, hot boots input and hot boots output
    Receiver: USB, PC cable outlet, hot boots output
  • Suitable battery :
    TX : AAX2pc (support 1.2 V rechargeable batteries)
    RX: AAX2pc (support 1.2 V rechargeable batteries)
  • Standby
    TX: 300 Hours(AA 1.2V 2400mAh batteries)
    RX: 200 Hours(AA 1.2V 2400mAh batteries)
  • Dimensions ( L x W x H):
    Transmitter: 89mm x 58 mm x 39mm
    Receiver: 80mm x 39 mm x 38 mm
  • Weight:
    Transmitter: 71 g (without battery)
    Receiver: 65 g (without battery)


    King receiver compatible with:

  • SONY ADI-TTL flash
  • Aftermarket flash
  • Metz II, Sigma, Sunpak, Nissin
  • Studio and outdoor flash


  • SONY A900 A850 A700 A580 A560 A550 A500 A450 A350 A330 A300 A230 A200 A100 A100K...
  • SONY A55 A33 A77 A65 A57


    Package contents:

  • KING Transmitter x1
  • KING Receiver x1
  • PC to 3.5mm studio flash cable x1
  • PC to 6.35mm studio flash cable x1
  • USB cable x1
  • SF-18 Flash Stand Holder x1
  • Receiver holding mount x1(The holding mount is for studio lamp. It has double tape sticker)
  • Protector Soft Case x1
  • English User Manual x1
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