NicePhoto have released a brochure showing their new TTL and HSS enabled radio triggers, the TTL-318 transmitter, and TTL-316 receiver, in Canon, Nikon, and Sony versions.
The TTL-318/316 support TLL, Manual and Multi modes, as well as FP HSS to 1/8000th, 3 groups, 15 channels, plus an “ALL” channel option.
Its not clear exactly what control will be possible through the built in interface other than Groups and Channels, or if there is any control through the camera flash control menu with Canon.
The transmitter has a pass through hotshoe, and a tilting head reminiscent of the fairly recent Phottix Ares manual triggers. Though the TTL-318 has a locking button on the side similar to many flash heads, as it would certainly need to lock in place very securely to support any reasonable size flash on top.
The TTL-316 receiver appears to have a simple group and channel selection at the back, and a test fire button on the side.
- 2.4GHz, 100 Meter Range
- TTL, Manual, & Multi
- FP HSS
- 3 Groups
- 15 Channels, + All Channel
- TTL Pass Through Hotshoe
- USB Port for Firmware Updates
- Sync port for firing Studio Lights
- LCD Display
- Battery Level Indicator
One design feature which caught my eye is actually the locking ring actually looks well designed. With just one small indent in the ring used to access screw holes under the case. This allows a decent size ring, which is also not hard on your fingers like many other are, with irregular shape and lots of indents.
I will update this with more information as more details on the new TTL-318 / 316 become available.
NicePhoto – Website