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Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: Dunstable Bedfordshire UK
Quantum Co Pilot - User-Friendly Wireless TTL Flash Controller With Auto-Focus Assist
Quantum CoPilot... User-Friendly Wireless TTL Flash Controller With Auto-Focus Assist
CoPilots’ infrared Auto-Focus Assist helps your camera focus in low light Mount a CoPilot in the hot shoe of your camera and set ratios of up to 3 groups of remote Qflash. No complicated LCD displays... Instant dial settings TTL control of "local" Qflash... See the CoPilot video. (Link on web page)
Photographers can now trigger and quickly set ratios for three groups of radio controlled Qflash and/or Trio. Set lighting ratios on the fly, right from your camera. Simply turn three controls on the CoPilot to instantly adjust lighting ratios as you shoot.
Mix and match all the flashes you own. CoPilot controls remote Qflash TRIOs or T5dRs. And it triggers any combination of non-Quantum flashes connected to a Quantum FreeXwire receiver.
CoPilot (QF91C) for Canon DSLR cameras
CoPilot (QF91N) for Nikon DSLR cameras
IR Auto-Focus Assist helps your camera focus in low light
Mounts in your camera's hot shoe
Set ratios of up to 3 groups of remote Qflash.
No complicated LCD displays... Instant dial settings
TTL control of "local" Qflash... Models T5dR, 4d, 3d, 2d ...connected to the accessory connector of CoPilot
Reliable digital radio wireless up to 300’ (100m)
Use any number of flashes in each remote group
Manual or Auto Triggering of non-Quantum
flash with FreeXwire FW8R or FW10W
For this photo shoot CoPilot was used to control two Qflash T5dR’s and one Qflash TRIO.
A T5dR has a snoot (QF61B) attached doing double duty as a hair light, plus separating the subject from the background. The other T5dR is in a 12x12 softbox (QF68) for fill light and the TRIO has a Wide Angle Diffuser (QF67A) attached to the front of the reflector for soft diffused light to the subjects face.
Power levels for all three flashes were set and adjusted, plus or minus from the CoPilot until the proper lighting was attained. (Images on web page)
Creative Control At Your Fingertips
The CoPilot controls 3 independent remote flash groups without a local flash, or 2 remote groups with a local Qflash connected to the CoPilot accessory socket. Each flash group can be set to Manual or TTL. Power and ratio settings are easily controlled by a dial for each flash group.
Good news for photographers still using their older Qflashes (T2D,T3D T4D, T5D). The CoPilot gives you the ability to use your old flash as a local flash while still getting the TTL ratio control of remotes offered by the newer T5dR and TRIO.
Remote flash groups consist of Quantum TRIO, Qflash T5dR, or any non-Quantum flash that can be triggered in Manual and Auto mode only, by a FreeXwire wireless receiver. Add any number of remotes to any remote group.
With its patterned sensor the infrared auto-focus assist of the CoPilot helps your camera to quickly focus and shoot indoors or outside in low light conditions.
WT: 5.2 oz (147.42 g)
Length: 3.6 in ( 9.14 cm)
Height: 1.8 in (4.57 cm)
Width: 2.3 in (5.84 cm)
Range: 300 ft (100 m
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