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NEEWER® 433 MHz Wireless 16 CHANNEL Flash remote Trigger with receiver FOR TT850 SPEEDLITE

by Neewer

Price: £23.90
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  • Set power ratios of up to 16 groups of remote flashes
  • Switch the on-or-off of the modeling light or AF-assist beam& buzzer
  • Manual triggering of flashes
  • Two modes of power ratio display
  • Quite convenience to mount onto your camera's hot shoe

Frequently Bought Together

NEEWER® 433 MHz Wireless 16 CHANNEL Flash remote Trigger with receiver FOR TT850 SPEEDLITE + Neewer TT850 *LI-ION BATTERY* Flash Speedlite For Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus and all other SLR DSLR CAMERAS Professional Photography, 650 Full Power POPS with single Li-ion battery! 1.5s Recycle time! (World's First Li-ion Battery Powered Speedlite Flash!)
Price For Both: £90.88

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 141 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 141 g
  • Item model number: 10070886
  • ASIN: B00GFMNQ9E
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Dec. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

Product Description

Features:

Set power ratios of up to 16 groups of remote flashes;

Switch the on-or-off of the modeling light or AF-assist beam& buzzer;

Manual triggering of flashes;

Two modes of power ratio display;

Quite convenience to mount onto your camera's hot shoe

Specifications:

6 Channels

16 groups of remote flashes

Max. synchronize speed: 1/250 sec

LCD Monitor

433 MHz WIRELESS Transmission

Remote distance: 50 m (in clear area)

Trigger + receiver set

Suitable for: NEEWER TT850 SPEEDLITE

Package Contents:

1x WIRELESS flash trigger

1x receiver


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Bought for use with the NEEWER® TT850 *LI-ION BATTERY* Flash Speedlite. It can only operate with the Neewer flash units. I understand the product is also branded as Godox.
A brillaint flash trigger that also comes with a single receiver that clips to the flash. You can operate all the flash unit controls from the transmitter - focus assist lamp, flash power, and test. There are also a choice of 16 channels so several Neewer units can be independently cntrolled by the transmitter, and then activated by the camer shutter release. Handy for testing the light power with a flah meter, because you don't have to keep adjusting the flash unit onboard power controls.
Great value for money.
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A must have as it makes of camera flash so much easier to be able to change the power from the camera position.
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Amazon.com: 77 reviews
40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
Amazing value for the features this product provides. 6 Feb. 2014
By Daniel F - Published on Amazon.com
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This product really represents an incredible bargain. I only wish you could buy the receiver separately so you don't end up with a bunch of transmitters.

*UPDATE* It has come to my attention that you can buy receivers separately on eBay under the Godox brand (the company that manufactures these for Neewer) directly from Godox. Hopefully they find their way onto Amazon soon.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Excellent performance so far - incredible value 27 Dec. 2013
By Pacific coast - Published on Amazon.com
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UPDATE: I bought Godox VING V850 Flash (Neewer TT850 branded version) and FT-16S receiver for it.
So now I can use my two QT-600 strobes and TT850 flash with one transmitter.
But there is one caveat: Transmitter can switch between two scales (1/1-1/128 mode for flash and 5.0-10.0 mode for strobe). As you switch; it doesn't retain previous setting.
It always starts (and transmits) from 1/128 and from 5.0 on each scale. Say you set your strobe to 7.6 on your transmitter. Then you change the scale in order to set your flash level. When you come back to strobe scale; it'll default to 5.0 and send this to your strobe. That's a oversight with Godox design. The solution is to use 2 dedicated transmitters; one on your camera for strobes and one in your pocket for flashes.
For that price/performance level; that's not a problem for me. Just wanted to inform potential buyers.
Interestingly (as long as you don't switch between scales) transmitter does keep the last level when you turn it off and on. So memory is there, just not implemented for changing scales.
Check below comments for further review on QT-600 strobes.
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This wireless trigger is manufactured by Godox and also licensed to sell under different brand names (like Neewer and Cheetah Stand etc). This trigger is to be used only with matching strobes from same Godox line (or rebranded variations). So if you already own other brand strobes / speedlights; those are not for you.
I have two of these triggers that I use with two Godox QT-600 (an incredibly fast and powerful strobe). Obviously it's pure manual flash setup.
With my Olympus OM-D E-M5; I can remotely fire those two strobes at 9fps (try that with your DSLR) at 7.6 power setting of that strobe (on range from 5.0 to 10.0, where 10.0 is full 600ws power). My E-M5 can fire a continuous stream of 30 jpeg shots (at 9fps) with this trigger + strobe combo. So far I didn't miss a single shot. No misfiring what so ever. But this is usage in quite (signal-wise) residential environment. I can fire by having several walls in between transmitter and receiver.
I didn't try it yet in "noisy locations" (like downtown / shopping malls or industrial locations where other 433 MHz signals might be present). When I try, if I find performance issues; I'd update my review.
With this trigger, I can sync at minimum 1/200 sec speed. I can also mostly do 1/250 sec (which is the limit of my camera). But at some shots (specially when I zoom in tight on my tele lenses); I start to see shadow of my first shutter on top of the frame. So a guranteed sync performance of 1/200 sec is still very good.
Being an electronic engineer; I opened up the transmitter unit. A good build quality is noticable inside (I took a picture but this item doesn't let me to upload it here).
All that performance for less than $30 is an incredible value. I believe Godox will take strobe and speedlight market by storm, with their latest models (which all use this wireless trigger). Move over Yongnuo; there is serious competition in town.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Works okay, range quite limited 14 Sept. 2014
By ZEric - Published on Amazon.com
It does what it's supposed to in that I can adjust the flash power level remotely, it fires the flash, and it is very inexpensive. I have a couple of minor nits, but the range is the biggest issue I had with this.

Transmitter: The build quality isn't bad for the price, it has a metal hot shoe and it stays put when you tighten it down. The controls are easy to understand, although some of them don't have a function, at least not with the TT860/V860. My biggest disappointment was the limited range. Outside unobstructed the farthest I got was 70' and it was inconsistent. When obstructed by one human body or a half inch piece of plywood, the best I got was about 40', and that wasn't completely reliable. For it to be reliable, I needed to be 30' or less with one obstruction. That is workable if you are using these in most studio environments, however, if you are using it in venue for a wedding or party, the range just isn't going to cut it.

Receiver: As others have pointed out, it's fairly easy to knock the receiver off the flash. This of course can be remedied by various methods such as rubber bands or velcro, but unfortunately if you fix the receiver to the flash it will no longer fit in the carrying case. I also found that it's easy to bump the group dial so that it's no longer on the correct group and won't receive any commands from the transmitter.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Sweet trigger 5 May 2014
By Nate - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this for my Godox 360 and it is the right trigger. And it works great so that says it all. I love having all of the settings right on top of the camera. I tried triggering it from 100 feet away and it worked fine so that is great. It never misses a fire. I can't speak to its longevity but I'm sure it will last a while. And I can get 12 of these for the price of a set of pocket wizards so it is a great value no matter what. Also, the flash powers the receiver so you don't need batteries for it. I assumed it would need a little battery but no.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
So far so good 17 Dec. 2013
By SSSS - Published on Amazon.com
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Works very well with my new TT850 flash unit. Simple setup. Used channel 1 on both and it just worked. Adjust the power setting to 1/x instead of 5.x - 10 setting. This way you can control flash power remotely. I have been using it extensively. So far I have not missed a shot.
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