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YongNuo RF-603/N3 Wireless Flash Trigger for Nikon D7000, D7100, D90, D3100, D3200, D5200, D5100, D5000

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  • Wirelessly and simultaneously control flash speedlites and strobe lights
  • Works as a wireless remote or a remote shutter release
  • 2.4Ghz wireless frequency for optimum transfer speed, stability, and distance
  • Remote control distance of up to 100m (dependent on environment or area)
  • Interchangeable transceivers that can be used as receiver or transmitter
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YongNuo RF-603/N3 Wireless Flash Trigger for Nikon D7000, D7100, D90, D3100, D3200, D5200, D5100, D5000 + YongNuo YN-560 III Flashgun + Kaavie Universal Swivel Hot Shoe Flash Holder Type B for Light Stand with Umbrella Lock
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 10.2 x 3.8 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 23 g
  • Item model number: RF-603N1-INT
  • ASIN: B004YTCNJY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Works as a wireless shutter release control

Auto focus, continuous shooting, long exposure, half-way pressing, full-way pressing is supported
Depending on the camera model a special shutter release cable is included in the package

Wirelessly trigger studio flashes

Using a PC Sync cable the transmitter can wirelessly and synchronously trigger your studio strobes. Required cables to 3.5mm (1/8"), 6,35mm (1/4") can be purchased from us.

Specification:

Type: FSK 2.4GHz wireless remote control system
Transmitter Distance: 100M
Channels: 15
Shutter Release: Half- way press, Full- way press
Shutter interface: 2.5mm socket
Transmitter Port: PC Sync
Receiver Port: PC Sync / 2.5mm for Shutter release
Studio flash light interface: standard PC socket
Battery: AAA x 2 (not included)
lifetime: UP to 20000 times
Stand-by time: UP to 45 hours
Compatible Cameras:
Compatible with but not Limit to the following models:
Nikon D7000, D7100, D90, D3100, D3200, D5200, D5100, D5000
Supports the "sleep mode" or "wake up" mode which some flashes are equipped with.

Box Contains

1 x YongNuo RF-603/N3 Wireless Flash & Shutter Remote Trigger

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By CarlOz on 5 Feb. 2014
I've bought quite a few of these. They're not perfect (see later) but they're highly useful and an awful lot cheaper than "leading brand" alternatives.

Each unit is a transceiver, that is, it can be a transmitter, a receiver, or in fact both at once. The one you fit to the camera hot-shoe "knows" to be a trigger, and will also work as a remote shutter release receiver using the supplied shutter cable (while still being a flash trigger transmitter) - this can be highly useful, but it's not always ideal, see below.

First, the niggles and things they won't do, things that you might find problematic enough to encourage you to spend more (in which case I'd personally look at Yongnuo's more recent TTL triggers, before going down the fashionable-brand route).

(1) This is the main one for me: you can't use one hand-held and stand-alone as a flash trigger, not without some messing around.

(2) Though the units have a PC flash cord socket, this is a trigger *output* only, meant for connecting to studio strobes - you can't hook one to your flash meter via a PC lead and then use the button on the flash meter to trigger your flashes.

(3) The button on the unit is mainly there for use in its camera-trigger mode. The unit on the camera does fire the flashes when you press the button (when the meter is on and the unit's off standby), but units used stand-alone or attached to flashes use the button only for remote shutter release.

(4) Not really unexpected, just a specification point - these are manual-flash triggers, they do NOT pass TTL metering information to and from the camera to remote flashes.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Williams on 30 May 2013
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Delivered on time and in perfect condition.

This is a very inexpensive way to add remote shutter release to a Nikon D3100 (which does not have this option built in). Works perfectly, I was so impressed I bought another set to control my extra off camera speed lights, so I now have total wireless control over shutter release and flash. Very happy indeed!!!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chris Roots on 3 Jan. 2013
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Great assett when using a pod... prevents any vibration caused by pressing the shutter, helps to get the light off the body and into the right area light the subject properly.
Recomended to all who are serious about their photography. Inexpencive, convenient and easy to carry.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Collin on 25 Oct. 2013
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Very good product, was not too sure if I should buy it as there were some negative reviews about it but I have found this a very good investment. Works fine in conjunction with D3100 and YN560-III Speedlight. I don't use the RF-603 receiver for this, as it works fine on the build in wireless with this transmitter. The remote shutter function works great with a two-step button, letting you focus before you take the shot. Also works fine together, so one as a flash-transmitter while also being a remote shutter receiver, the speedlight on its own wireless function and the second as a wireless shutter transmitter.

Build quality is very good, very good design which allows it to be more secure then other screw connections sometimes are.

Only thing it doesn't provide is TTL or i-TTL (intelligent Through The Lens metering), but I didn't need that at this moment. Very good value!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By keith on 10 April 2013
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I already had a pair of these triggers and decided to get more. They are excellent value and work brilliantly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 10 Sept. 2013
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These are well made little units that never miss a beat. I have two minor gripes but these are not worth losing stars for considering the price:

They will not lock into a hotshoe mount so may slide backwards and take a fall if your camera body is pointed upwards steeply, especially with the weight of another flash unit mounted on top.
The power switch is all but inaccessible when a flash unit is mounted on top. The body of the flash unit will overhang just enough to make it very difficult to apply enough forward pressure to switch the unit on. I either use a pen to reach in, or simply remove the flash for a moment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Slomo_Marko on 21 Dec. 2013
These never failed to trigger flash guns on 500 triggers. Also work as remote shutter release for camera using extra cable from trigger to camera (3.99p). I tested at 100 metres away from camera and they work great every time. I bought two pairs and pleased I did. We need more manufactures like Yongnuo who do not rip off customers with high prices-- maybe one day they will produce a high quality camera for a lower price than Nikon or Cannon.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. L. Harley on 14 Aug. 2013
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These items have been called poverty wizards as they are a lot cheaper than the pocket wizard. I love them and they work just as I want them to, some people have talked about miss firing, to date I have not had this problem. As my photography picks up I will be ordering more. Yes these are items I would recommend for those on a budget and even if you are not on a budget.
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