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In this short video Karl and the team are testing out the Miops triggers with a quick and easy splash shot with one speed light!
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Wooow ! Amazing what you just did with 1 flashlight and that MIOPS trigger.
I would like to order one from you guys for my Sony a7r iii camera.
Do you have a link where I can buy it on your website?
Hi, sorry we don’t sell them anymore but you will find most photography dealers do.
I have so much to learn. That was remarkable.
is there a trigger available for Hasselblad camera, H6D or X1?
Hi, the Miops works with the H6
hi, which kind of transmitter and receiver do you use for speed-light and studio-light? can I setup multiple speed-light and studio-light on the same time on the same transmitter ?…thanks
I heard that other photographers has problems with MIOPS sound triggering because of some shooter lag… And they are using bulb mode in completely dark environment to take a photos of i.e. popping balloons..
Why it is happening ? On this video looks like everything is working perfect as I expecting – I’m going to buy it soon 🙂
Hi Loras, I’ve had no problems at all with it.
I know this is an old question but I just bought the miops and had the same « delay » issue you’re mentioning with my 5D mkii. After a bit of experimentation, it turns out that the following is crucial in solving this:
– Lock the camera mirror up before shooting
– Trigger must be as close as possible to the sound source
– Sensitivity should be set at maximum given the ambient noise
– Delay must obviously be set to 0 for instant triggering
I hope this helps 🙂