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Miops Smart Trigger for Fujifilm F1

The Miops Smart Trigger for Fujifilm F1 is a trigger for high-speed photography, which can trigger your camera or flash through many ways. In addition, this trigger can be operated with a smartphone (iOS or Android) via Bluetooth. The Miops Smart Trigger extend your trigger capabilities and allows you to take photos on a more creative way.

Light, sound and laser sensors

Smart Trigger has three built-in sensors: light, sound and laser. Miops uses these sensors to detect for example, lightning, fireworks, bursting bubbles, splash water and explosions. When this happens the Smart Trigger will detect this and it trigger the camera or flash. The sensor of the Smart Trigger is very sensitive, so he can respond within a millisecond on an impulse (light, sound and laser). Very useful by using for example high-speed photography.

HDR, timelapses and DIY

You can also use the Smart Trigger even to take HDR photos (High Dynamic Range) and timelapses. You can set the interval, the number of photos. The DIY function allows you to set the action, consisting of up to five different steps. Each step may use the same or even different sensors.

The Miops Smart Trigger for Fujifilm F1 comes with connection cable for cameras with this connection: Finepix S1, X-A1, X-M1, X-T1, and XQ1.


  • Smart Trigger
  • USB cable
  • Connector cable
  • Flash cable
  • Manual
  • Battery
  • Full color packaging

In stock

Price incl. VAT: € 239,95

Article number:Help2194
For brand:HelpFujifilm
Connection cable:Help Miops F1 + Triggertrap R9
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    Smart TriggerMiops Smart Trigger
    Trigger your camera / flash by many ways!
     € 220,00


Smart Triggering For Creative Photography

Miops is founded in 2010 and manufactures advanced triggers for photocameras and flash units.