TURTLE TTL TRIGGER QUARTETThank you for your visit.

+ RECHARGEABLE
OPTICAL&SYNC; CORD CABLE
NIKON & CANON & SONY & OLYMPUS VERSION
USB SETUP FROM PC

HOW IT WORKSFollow these three easy steps and enjoy TTL underwater photography!

Mount it

Slide the adapter into the hotshoe

Connect

Connect the wired or LED connector to the adapter

Switch on!

Finally: power on the system

FEATURESA lot of useful functions in one tiny device!

So sexy...

The world’s smallest TTL controller for Canon and Nikon cameras. 35 mm long, 25 mm wide and 14 mm high.

So juiced…

The TURTLE is juiced up to handle 2,000 images on a single charge. And it arrives bundled with a charger that allows a full recharge within 1 hour...

So versatile...

Should you choose cable or synchronous optical LED connections – Turtle has the connector interface to handle both options. On the rear of Turtle is a connector interface for both cable and synchronous optical LED connections.

So multitalented...

Full TTL mode compatible with: Sea&Sea; D1, D2, YS250 INON Z220, Z240, Z330, Ikelite (full series) and S110Alpha. Optical sync compatible with: Sea&Sea; D1, D2 and Z 240 ,Z330 S110 Alpha

Curtain and compensation availability

It’s all up to you: switch between 1st or 2nd curtain mode for perfect rendering of motion. Also, sometimes you need flash power correction: not a problem, Turtle handles this as well…

Continuous shooting mode

With optical flash syncronization, you can take more pictures: no more overheating problem with the built in flash, no more single images – and it also saves battery life in the camera.

Easy flash setup

You can easily set Turtle to communicate with your underwater strobes: just use the DIP switch on the bottom of the device (4 options cover 6 strobe brands)

No extra battery needed

Forget the need of another extra battery: Turtle has it’s own inside it’s sleek package. All you need is a USB charger or anything with a USB port to charge it to full power, and it only takes an hour.

Smart, small, easy

As small as it can get, TRTTL is the ultimate camera-to-strobe controller device – don’t let size fool you, this little box is a hell of a beast, wait until you unleash it’s full potential!

Be the first to use

OUR TTL TRIGGER COLLECTIONAt the moment, our range of TURTLE TTL converters consist of i-TURTLE and XS for Nikon systems, e-TURTLE for CANON systems, s-TURTLE for SONY MILC systems and the new o-TURTLE for Olympus/Panasonic systems!

TURTLE PACKAGEWhat is in the box...

  • TURTLE TTL Trigger
  • LED BOARD

REVIEWSDon’t take our word, see what our experts say about the controllers: we have got more and more of positive reviews.

"Finally I made the tests with Canon 5Dmk3. It is working very well even with Sea&Sea; D2, with ordinary optic cables, congratulation." Józef Bodziony

"It all worked out perfectly - super service – thank you!" Tom Peter

"Moreover not only the product is great also the costumer service." Markus Meissl e-TURTLE mobie Canon 5D mk2

FAQGot questions about our TTL converters? We’ve got answers. If you have some other questions, feel free to send us an email to support@trt-electronics.com

How does it work?

First of all you should check the space in the housing. You have to measure the distance between the connector to the adapter and order a special cable. After the products arrive you just put the controller in the hotshoe, setup that from PC software, turn it on using the main switch, setup your strobe brand using the DIP at the bottom of the controller and connect the special cable to the device.

The USB setup manual is in the webshop right side.

How the TURTLE is made?

Turtle electronics were made from special SMD technologies parts to ensure the smallest form factor and is enclosed into a plastic (ABS moulded housing) case (which is lighter than stainless steel).

The hotshoe was made from PCB with special spring loaded pins to ensure optimal connection with the camera. All electronics have a LIPO 120 mAh recharchable batters that the user can charge with a normal micro USB cable.  (That is same android phones)

Does the TURTLE work with any underwater housing?

Basically only the camera and strobe setup matters. If the housing has any bulkhead to control the strobe or a connector for fiber optic cable it should work properly.

OUR PARTNERS

TURTLE disrtibution points

HydonalinAquakoDiving expressfotosub-shop.ithugyfot.comonderwaterhuis.nlsubchandlers.comaditech-uw.combackscatter.com

Our mediapartners

uwpmag.comwetpixel.com

Dive partners

redseaboats.hudivestationdc

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