A World leader in digital imaging and the world’s largest image sensor manufacturer, Sony, announce availability of its new Radio-Controlled Lighting System. That’s designed for compatibility with Sony’s Alpha interchangeable lens cameras and external flash units.

Sony’s new radio controlled system will allow for an extremely flexible wireless flash shooting experience along with exceptional performance in all types of shooting conditions. The system control a maximum of 15 separate flash units in up to the five groups of flashes. The system include a wireless radio commander as well as a wireless radio receiver.

While using the system, photographers have the ability to control the exposure of connected flash units either automatically or manually depending on preference. Additionally, the new lighting control system will be capable of flash sync speeds of up to 1/250th of a sec with high speed sync (HSS) available as well.

sony radio controlled lighting system

The new system from Sony offers, in technical terms, the usual features found in similar products. With a maximum range of 30m (approx. 98 feet). The system is portable, making it easy to carry on location jobs. It has a maximum range of 30m using TTL, manual or group modes.

In simple word, the new system is designed for photographers who are creating specific set-ups necessitating multiple light sources and controllable at each flash station for dynamic lighting effects.

This new system will start to ship in September this year with the Remote Commander priced at approximately €420 and the Remote Receiver priced at approximately €240.