Pluto Trigger and new camera

I've been going on about switching to Sony for a while now and this weekend I finally did it. I traded all my Nikon gear and my a7mk2 and moved completely over to Sony kit, I will post about what I have now at a later date. 

Around a month back I also ordered a Pluto trigger to replace my lost Miops trigger (it fell between a rock in Madeira never to be seen again ). As well as the trigger I ordered the Pluto pump, which can be used to create amazing droplet photography.

So I setup the new a7r3 with the fantastic Sony 90mm f2.8 macro and away I went. Here are the results.

 This is my favourite. I used a gold reflector to get the gold tint to the water.

This is my favourite. I used a gold reflector to get the gold tint to the water.

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 The Pluto pump setup, before it got any coloured liquid in it.

The Pluto pump setup, before it got any coloured liquid in it.

 Very simple lighting setup for this first attempt, one speed light and a reflector.

Very simple lighting setup for this first attempt, one speed light and a reflector.

 The Pluto trigger connects to the camera and the pump, you then configure your drops using a smartphone app and trigger everything with the same application.

The Pluto trigger connects to the camera and the pump, you then configure your drops using a smartphone app and trigger everything with the same application.