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    Looking for a set of wireless trigger to use with my X-T2 and SB600 flash. I've been out of the strobe game for quite a while, but back then I would use Yongnuo system with my speedlites. Any recommendations for what I can use with my X-T2?

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    I have this kit plus a third receiver and it is both cheap and excellent:

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...ve_lr_kit.html

    Those triggers work on most cameras, they likely work on Fuji as well (maybe just confirm with B&H). A lot of Nikon triggers and flash accessories also work on Fuji.

    I use mine to trigger two SB-600's and a cheap Amazon flash, everything works perfectly. If you need another flash, this is the amazon Flash I have and it's honestly as good or better than the SB-600 haha:

    https://www.amazon.ca/Neewer-750II-S...70_&dpSrc=srch


    Flash triggers are grossly overpriced locally so you will probably be ordering something from the USA regardless.

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    I've been using strobepro's stuff. www.strobepro.com . They are rebranded godox's so it's pretty universal now. Price has crept up there though. Fuji triggers and flashes. Got some new smaller ones.

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    If you're just looking to trigger the flash, any system will do. If you want to be able to control flash output, sell the SB-600 and pick up some Godox/Strobepro stuff. AD200 is a hell of a flash for $400 and the X60/X35 useful if you don't need as much power. If you don't use TTL, save some cash and get the manual versions with an XT Pro controller.

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