Get your Nikon flash off-camera by picking up the Cells II-N Transceiver from Godox. This transceiver function as both a transmitter and receiver for starting a Cells-II wireless system or building upon an existing one. It also uses a 433 MHz radio frequency that offers a range of about 328′ for reaching distant flashes that may not be in direct line of sight. There are even 16 channels to choose from to avoid interference from other radio systems in the area.
An advantage of this transceiver is high-speed sync support, which enables shutter speeds of up to 1/8000 of a second. Also, users can easily use nearly any flash they would like thanks to a hot shoe on the unit and the 3.5mm flash sync terminal. The unit easily mounts to a camera’s hot shoe, and it comes with a mounting screw that adapts the 1/4″-20 thread on the unit to mount on any shoe. Additionally, it runs on two AA batteries and comes with sync cables for remote triggering of a camera as well.