Radio frequency lighting control system – for creative lighting control of up to 15 flash units in up to 5 groups2, up to 98' away.
Wireless Radio Control
Create a radio-controlled wireless flash control system by pairing a Radio Control Wireless Commander (FA-WRC1M) attached to a camera with a Radio Control Wireless Receiver (FA-WRR1) attached to a flash. This allows you to wirelessly control up to 15 flash units1 in up to 5 groups2 as far as 98' away. . Compatible with flash sync speeds up to 1/250 sec. for and up to 1/8000 sec. in High-Speed Sync (HSS) shooting mode5.
Command and control at your fingertips
Conveniently change flash settings for each flash or group by remotely controlling shooting mode, flash ratio and exposure compensation – all from the FA-WRC1M Radio Control Wireless Commander attached to the camera. TTL Mode Flash level7 is set automatically based on a value metered by the camera. Flash ratio can be set for each of 3 groups (A/B/C). Manual Mode Flash level7 can be manually set for each of 3 groups (A/B/C). Group Flash mode is set for each of 5 groups (A/B/C/D/E). Groups A-C can be set to [TTL] or [MANUAL] mode; groups D and E to [MANUAL] only.
Get every angle
Capture multiple angles by controlling remote shutter release on multiple cameras. With the Radio Control Wireless Commander (FA-WRC1M) mounted to the control camera and synchronized with up to 15 cameras connected to Radio Control Wireless Receivers (FA-WRR1) and dedicated Multi Terminal Connecting Cable (VMC-MM1)3 you can get multiple angles without the need for multiple camera operators.
Sync in Studio
Sync Terminals on the Radio Control Wireless Commander (FA-WRC1M) and Radio Control Wireless Receivers (FA-WRR1) can be connected to large studio monoblocks or flash heads4. Studio flashes can be either triggered by the Receiver connected via an optional PC sync cord that receives a wireless signal from the Commander or by the Commander connected via PC sync cord.
Overcome infrared limitations
Wireless Radio Control shines even in scenes where infrared communication is difficult. The wireless 2.4 GHz RF transmission radio control system gives you the ability to shoot scenes with distant locations where you need to control the light on your subject from as far as 98' or in strong sunlight where the sun washes out or objects block infrared ability and when objects block an infra-red signal from an IR flash system.