AlienBees have just rolled out the Cyber Commander remote flash trigger that comes with a generous color LCD display, allowing the user to have total control of the parameters, changing up to 16 different light units directly from the camera. This will also include setting the camera f-stop of each light, flash duration, color temperature as well as relative flash power via the European standard scale. These lights are also easily assigned to individual groups, and you won’t have to grapple with cryptic naming conventions as the Cyber Commander will utilize the actual model name or position of the lights. These settings can be stored on a microSD memory card for future use, saving you time and plenty of hassle in the proces. No idea on when the Cyber Commander will be available, but when it is, it will come with a sticker price tag of $179.95.
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