Buy a TriggerSmart Kit and Wildlife Kit together and save £78.00 inc Vat
The Trigger Smart is designed to easily capture images using Sound, Light Intensity Increase, Infra Red Beam Breaking and Movement.
It is designed for use by stills photographers or video makers, to facilitate the capture of images that would normally be very difficult or impossible to achieve.
The Trigger Smart Kit consists of the MCT-1 Controller, IR/LIS Receiver, IR Transmitter & Sound Sensor, Two Mini Tripods and connection cables.
Wildlife Kit consists of IR transmitter, IR Receiver, two Stakepods, two weather resistant covers, alignment aid, cables and cable anchors.
Many photographers want to capture wildlife images. Whilst the basic kit is capable of doing this, there are a few extra items which will enhance the operation. The Wildlife Kit provides the ability to create an IR cross-beam to ensure that the animal will trigger the camera only when it is in the designated spot covered by the camera and within the zone of sharpness pre-set by the photographer. But of course, the cross beam is just as affective for domestic animals and humans This kit is often used in Events Photography.
The TS Standard Kit and the TS Wild Life Kit normally retail for £392.80, Special Promotion Price £314.80 incl. Vat. SAVE £78.00
The offer starts 29th of May and ends 30th of June 2014. It is available from TriggerSmart stockists or contact Flaghead Photographic.
|TSMCT-1||TriggerSmart Kit, includes 1 x Controller, 1 x IR/LIS receiver, 1 x IR transmitter & sound sensor, 1 x 3 m cable, 1 x 5 m cable, 1 x 3 m camera connection cable, 2 x mini tripod, 1 x two degree baffle and instruction booklet||199.00||238.00|
|TSWL-1||Wildlife Kit, includes 1 x IR transmitter, 1 x IR Receiver, 4 x Stakepods, 4 x weather resistant covers, 1 x alignment aid and 2 x cable anchors||129.00||154.80|
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