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Advanced Wireless Lighting

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Support for wireless multiple flash operation using the i-TTL mode, communicating between master control unit and slave units, optically using pre-flash bursts containing the information required.

The optical communication between the units may be hampered in strong daylight.

Radio-controlled: Starting with the SB-5000 Speedlight in 2016 together with the WR-R10 Wireless Remote Controller (Since October 2020 replaced by the WR-R11a and WR-R11b), Nikon introduced a new, radio based communication protocol for multi-flash scenarios using wireless communication in addition to the optical "Advanced Wireless Lighting" protocol, factually having two different communication pathways for flash control in place.

See also CLS

See also PocketWizard for wireless camera control.

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