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Hi Baptistell8,I can TOTALLY respect that. However it just was not clear. This hobby for me, I use my equipment wherever and project to performance/space/size ratio of more importance that the learning or cheapness of the items. I really recommend checking the performance of such item vs making the item your self. Reason being is that it generally runs much bigger or having to kluge the thing together. Hope this helps.
By all accounts of what you posted, it is all over the map and much to vague. What's cheap to you? I ask as your request is all over the map. the D-Lite RX 2/4 is >$1250. If that is what you are using, you should be ok with a Pocket Wizard, recognized as an industry leader in remote/sync controls.
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