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Yongnuo 2.4GHz Wireless Remote Control RF-602 for Canon

by YONGNUO
23 customer reviews
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  • Auto-focus, continuous shooting, long exposure, half-way pressing and full-way pressing.
  • Press the camera shutter bottom can control the camera.
  • Press the bottom of the transmitter can control the camera.
  • The users can use the shutter release cable to connect camera and receiver if the camera doesn't have hot shoe.
  • Channel: 15 different channels and ALL channel
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 2.5 x 12.7 cm ; 286 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 113 g
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  • ASIN: B003ARRAA8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Function:
As wireless flash trigger:
Can trigger the flash speedlite. ------Amount the transamitter into hot shoe of camera, connect the receiver with the flash speedlite, please half-way of shutter button to wake up the flashgun at the same time, the green signal light will be bright for some seconds, and then full press shutter button to fire the flashgun and take a picture. ( This " Wake up " function is only support the flashgun which having the sleep mode .) ------One transmitter can trigger more than 2 receivers at the same time, so you can trigger more than 2 flashes at the same time. You can buy extra receivers depends on your flashgun., and you can also buy the Sync PC cable separately.

Suitable for:
Compatible Cameras:
Canon 1D, 1DS, 5D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D, 10D etc.
Compatible Flashes:
Nikon SB-900, SB-800, SB-700, SB-28, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25, SB-24
Canon 580EX II, 580EX, 540EZ, 520EZ, 430EZ, 430EX, 420EX, 420EZ, 380EX
Pentax AF-540 FGZ, AF-360 FGZ, AF-400 FT, AF-240 FT
Olympus FL-50, FL36
Sigma EF-500 DG Super, EF-500 DG ST, EF-430
Sunpak Auto 2000DZ, 622 Pro, 433AF, 433D, 383, 355AFm 344D, 333D
Vivitar 285HV
Yongnuo YN460, YN462, YN465, YN467, YN468, YN560
And other flashgun which has " Wake up " function
Note: This flash trigger is not compatible with Nikon SB-600 flash.

Package Includes:
1X Flash Receiver
1X Flash Transmitter
2X Lithium batteries
1X CR2 battery
1X Connecting Cable
1X Shutter Release Cable
1X Plug
1X Instruction Manual



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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John on 12 Oct. 2013
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I use an Olympus E-M5 and wanted to get into off-camera flash. After doing some research, it looked as if the Yongnuo range would be a good budget option. The trick was finding something which would work with my E-M5.

This is the answer, for now at least. The RF-602 is a basic transmitter and receiver, and although this one says "Canon-compatible" it works just fine with my E-M5. Note that there is a newer RF-603 model but it has a different pinout which is NOT compatible with the E-M5.

Used with a Yongnuo YN-560III flash (which has a built-in radio receiver) I've got a cheap radio flash setup with a softbox and lighting stand for under £100, which I think is excellent. Effectively that means I don't need to use the receiver, just the transmitter on the camera hotshoe, but since I have a separate Olympus flash I can fit that to the receiver and trigger both flashes from the same transmitter.

What are the downsides? It will only sync reliably up to 1/160s; the newer RF-603 will sync at up to 1/200 on Canon or Nikon. For my purposes that's not a problem.

Overall, a great value purchase for micro four thirds users.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 1 Dec. 2013
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I have acquired quite a lot of Yongnuo kit over the years, including five speed-lights, corded and cordless remote releases, an intervalometer and a three channel RF602. So this is my fourth receiver and a backup transmitter. It's not that I've had a problem, or even so much as a miss-fire, but I now so rely on these units it just made sense to have a spare.

I generally use Canon, and have used these on several P&S, a G11, and various DSLRs from my own 350D, 50D, 5Dii and 5Diii as well as many others when teaching night and studio photography. I've also triggered numerous hot shoe speed-lights as well as several studio monoblocks via the trigger cable. Always, they just do what it says on the can.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Photator on 29 April 2013
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I've only had this for a couple of weeks but it does what it's supposed to do.
Pros: Performs flawlessly once set up and switched on.
Cons: The transmitter sits a bit loose on the hot shoe (Canon 50D).
The 'on/off' button on the receiver is mostly obscured by the (same brand) flash unit I also bought, either switch it on before mounting or you'll have to switch it on/off with a cocktail stick!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carlo Ibarra on 24 Dec. 2012
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Works on my Panasonic Lumix G2. My only complaint is the transmitter uses an odd battery type - CR2, which is very hard to find and is not rechargeable. You will have to buy a couple as backups and carry them with you at all times. The transmitter also doesn't have a lock to secure it's place on the camera which, sometimes, causes it to slip and misfire. But performance-wise, I am pleased. It can work over a distance and even when there's no line of sight to the receiver (like when flash is inside the softbox). The longish shape of the receiver will sometimes not fit into some flash brackets so you will need to get a sync cord.
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The product is as good as they come.. I have been using it for over 3 weeks now. No problems yet(nothing unexpected anyways). Any one buying this needs to know a couple of things.

Pro
0. Best price - The cheapest (Believe me, I've checked all possible options and teh deal i got here was teh best) :).
1. Very helpful if you like to play with your light sources.
2. Handy. Does not consume too much space.
3. Great range and response
4. Good build quality.

Cons
1. The trigger wont work with live mode in 600D. (details to follow)
2. The reciever is a bit loose on the flash stands.

1. Live mode.
In the first unboxing test itself, I found that the item will not work while the camera is in live mode. My camera is a 600D. It works perfect in all other expected ways, But just not in live mode. I did a bit of research and found that this is a problem/drawback expected from most.
I did not see this untill i started searching specificaly for it. I use the Live mode a lot and this IS going to be a bit of a drawback. It is suppposed to work with cameras like 60D with 'silent mode' turned off which is not a feature we have in 600D (I wish i had a silent mode.). There are not much resolutions or work around for this as i understand.

2. Not a big one, but still is a problem. The receiver piece is a bit loose on the flash stand that i have. You might have to find a way to make it secure there unless you are prety wealthy and have a couple of flashes to spare. :)
This is a big problem for me because i need to use the flash from some ackward angles.With the RF602 not having any kind of tightning mechanism on it, the flash and the reciever attached to it tend to come loose unless you make sure to balance the weight.
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I bought this to use as a remote trigger for my Canon 60D DSLR. Please note that it does not work with this Canon model straight from the box. The issue is the size of the jack plug connector on the shutter release cable. The LS-02 cable supplied with my purchase had a 3.5mm plug. The 60D has a 2.5mm socket. Rather than go to the hassle of returning this I picked up a 3.5 to 2.5 adapter from Maplins for £2.59 (part RW08J). That problem now solved and it triggers shutter release okay.

However, have not yet been able to access the full functionality of this feature as advertised, in that it doesn't appear to offer the ability to partly depress the control to focus and then fully depress to take the shot. The auto focus feature doesn't appear to be supported.
Therefore, appear to have to manually focus first, then use the trigger to take the shot. Not an issue for my intended use, but presumably may put off some buyers.

As others have stated the English translation of the instruction leaflet leaves much to be desired!
Haven't had it long enough yet to pass comment on wear and tear, but it doesn't look like it would take a lot of rough action.
Never used anything similar so can't compare with others, but suspect it is representative of the price paid so ok.
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