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November 18, 2005

Quantum's New Wireless TTL System

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QUANTUM PRESS RELEASE: Introducing Quantum's new wireless TTL system, Qflash 5d, and FreeXWires FW7Q, FW8R, FW9T:

Quantum's new "QTTL(TM)" system links Qflash 5d series flashes to digital and film cameras wirelessly. Get wireless TTL for Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Hasselblad, Mamiya, and Contax cameras. Quantum's QTTL(TM) Adapters with a FreeXWire FW9T Transmitter will send commands to one or more remote FreeXWire receivers connected to Qflashes.

Qflash 5d features

Full dedication - Connect a Qflash 5d to a camera using a Dw series QTTL Adapter and make Qflash a powerful, fully dedicated flash that mimics the features of camera manufacturers' flashes.

Wireless TTL with Fill-flash - When teamed with a FreeXWire system, Qflash receives your camera's TTL exposure commands wirelessly. Wireless fill-flash offsets are set on the D and Dw series QTTL adapters, or on the camera.

Wireless Linked Auto with Qflash Ratios - Set up an on-camera Qflash and one or two remote Qflashes with FreeXWires. Control the ratios of the remote Qflashes wirelessly from the panel of the on-camera Qflash. All Qflashes track the f-stop of the camera as you change it.

The following D and Dw adapters transfer camera TTL exposure for wireless transmission by FW9T, FW7Q, FW8R and updated FW10w Transceivers: D10w- Olympus; D12w- Nikon, Fuji, Kodak; D13w- Canon; D19w- Hasselblad; D24- Contax; D25- Mamiya.


NEW! Digital FreeXWires FW7Q, 8R and 9T features

Receiver FW7Q *totally cordless* Team up a FW7Q Receiver with a FW9T Digital Transmitter. FW7Q mounts flush to Qflash 4d or 5d. Mount an FW9T Transmitter and FW12 Hot Shoe Adapter to the camera hot shoe to be totally wireless. Or, add a D or Dw series QTTL adapter to the camera and transmit your camera's f/stop, ISO, and TTL exposure information to the remote Qflash 5d.

Receiver FW8R - Use this receiver with any shoe, handle mount flash or Qflash as a wireless flash sync. When connected to a Qflash (with an FW31 accessory cable) camera TTL information is relayed wirelessly. Slide the Shutter MD Delay switch to the MD position, connect a Shutter Release (Motor Drive) Cord from the Receiver FW8R to the camera shutter release connection activate a camera shutter up to 1000ft. away.

Let Quantum update your existing FreeXWire FW10 to FW10w to perform the same functions as the new FW8R. (Contact Customer Service for details)

Transmitter FW9T *Simple Operation* Match up the FW9T with a FW7Q, FW8R or an upgraded FW10w Transceiver. You can set up sets of FreeXWire units to work together on the same channel, or separate groups of FreeXWires to work in independent channels. Each channel has an additional four "Zones" that can be activated in 15 possible combinations.

Common Features

8 independent, non-interfering channels
4 remote zones can be turned on or off in any combination
Status LED confirms units are on, battery condition, and system working properly.
Range for FW7Q: 300-600'
Range for FW8R: 500-1000'

Other specifications are similar to the ones indicated for Qflash 4d and FreeXWire FW10 in the full Quantum product brochure, or at www.qtm.com.

Posted by covey22 at November 18, 2005 3:50 PM