Pulsar Tx, the smallest and most robust radio trigger in its class. This ultra-compact transmitter with its discreet "camera-hugging" low profile ensures that photographers can shoot comfortably without their camera becoming unbalanced by unwieldy attachments. The Pulsar Tx features a unique new "click-lock" system for attaching the unit to the camera hotshoe securely without the need for further tightening via a thumbscrew. The click-lock holds the trigger firmly in place whether the camera is being used in landscape or portrait position and there is no loss of connection, as with some heavier triggers. The lightweight Pulsar Tx weighs in at just 34g and is powered by a single CR2032 cell battery, the triggers power management system ensures long battery life by making sure that the unit is always in low-power mode until more energy is required. Functionality couldn't be easier! The Tx is controlled by just two simple push buttons allowing full control over the 24 radio zones and the test flash function " with no external switches there is nothing to break and nowhere for dust to collect and compromise the units performance. The solid antenna adds to this durability. Channel and studio selections are indicated by a row of LEDs. NOTE: The Pulsar Tx unit is a transmitter only. A receiver (Rx) is required on at least one light. This can be a Bowens Pulsar Receiver Card (BW5170) if you have a compatible Bowens Gemini Monolight, or a Bowens Pulsar Transceiver (BW5150) for any other type of light with a standard sync socket. NOTE: The Pulsar Tx unit is a transmitter only. A receiver (Rx) is required on at least one light. This can be a Bowens Pulsar Receiver Card (BW5170) if you have a compatible Bowens Gemini monolight, or a Bowens Pulsar Transceiver (BW5150) for any other type of light with a standard sync socket.
The 3/8" Finger Nuts are used to securely lock the 9.Solutions 3/8" rods to different accessories. The 3/8" Connecting Nut is used to connect multiple 9.Solutions 3/8" rods together, allowing you to make longer rods.
Multiple rods can be used to create larger structures for rigging small cameras, lights, and a variety of other equipment.