TriggerSmart Mk2 Kit

The new  TriggerSmart MK2 system is is offered as  bundled kit or stand alone. It is the newest addition to the SabreSwitch range. It is an affordable triggering solution for all photographers wanting to capture movement. The product enables the user to capture images easily that would otherwise be impossible or difficult to achieve and allows for precise repetition.

By using the TriggerSmart Mk2 system, your digital camera, DSLR, Mirror-Less and CSC, can be triggered by the IR beam, light or sound. The TriggerSmart Mk2 works with the  an optional Wireless Remote Sensor (WMS), and an auxiliary input - enabling the use of other devices such as TriggerBeam, TriggerScout or many other sensors. The Controller is connected to the sensor via the wireless link and the controller is connected to the camera shutter release via a cable or using a wireless radio trigger.

The system features include:-

  • NEW compact design and digital control features
  • Digitally set delay and trigger time
  • Wireless linked, micro sized multi-mode sensor
  • Delay time 1ms to 10 seconds
  • Trigger (burst) time 0.1 to 10 seconds
  • Burst or one shot firing mode
  • Auto and manual trigger reset
  • Manual override focus and trigger
  • Works with other TriggerSmart products
  • Long battery life with battery low indicators
  • Compatible with most digital cameras, DSLR’s, Mirror-Less and Compact System Cameras; and even some video cameras

Included in TriggerSmart Mk2 Kit: TriggerSmart Mk2 controller, wired sensor kit, mini tripods, trigger cables and sensor cables.

Although standard cables are supplied, occasionally you may need to purchase an additional trigger adapter depending on your camera model. Check your camera model.

Compatible with TriggerSmart Mk1 and Accessories



Wired Sensor Kit

Battery IR Transmitter

Rain Cover


Trigger Cables

Cable Adapters

Sensor Cables

Glass smashing freeze photography
Baloon explodes TriggerSmart activates
Birds captured mid-flight
Coin dropping into water
Exploding Henry
Glass water dance trigger by noise