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RoboShoot Firmware Ver. 2.1

We are pleased announce version 2.1 of RoboSHOOTplus. It is available NOW for MX-20 and MX-15 upgrades! This version adds Studio Strobe and additional flash support, High performance with CH/CL manual mode, In-Camera Control improvements, and more. Also, by virtue of expanded Nikon speedlight compatibility, this release enables Nikon support even on the lower cost ‘X-15 units. As a result, the MX-20 and MX-15 make great companions, as with that combination you can upgrade both over-the-air!

The most important new features include:

  • Studio Strobe Support with AutoFP/HSS
    • Profoto AirTTL-N – AutoFP/HSS with both TTL and Manual control depending on head unit.
    • Godox X1N – AutoFP/HSS with both TTL and Manual control.
    • Flashpoint R2N – AutoFP/HSS with both TTL and Manual control
    • Phottix Odin II – AutoFP/HSS with Manual control
    • Quantum CoPilot – TTL and Manual
    • Studio Strobes controllers are supported on the MX unit (On-Camera) only.
  • Expanded Speedlight Support
    • Nikon SB-800, SB-5000
    • Godox V860ii-N, AD360ii-N
    • See compatibility tables for more – many additional speedlights will function beyond what is listed in these tables.
  • Nikon Support on all unit types.
  • High Performance CH/CL in excess of 8FPS

Like all updates, version 2.1 is available at no cost for self-installation.

Other news:
In Celebration of this release and universal Nikon support, we are conducting a sale on MX-15 kits.

At long last, MX-20 external sensors are available for pre-order. These audio and optical sensors can trigger candid exposures, timer based functions, and allow High Speed capture of transient events.

Please see our store for details.

John Poremba,
Serene Automation LLC

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