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Yongnuo RF-603NII-N3 Wireless Flash Trigger Kit for Nikon D600 D7000 D5200 D3000
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- RF-603II adopts a global free FSK 2.4GHz wireless channel which can be suitable in many countries.
- Within capacious areas, the remote control distance may reach to 100m and suitable for RF-603I.
- This wireless flash trigger kit is formed by two same transceivers. It can be set to single transmit state (TX), which will be more convenient for testing flash, and can be set to transceiver state (TRX), automatically switch transmit and receive state, adopts 2 levers button design, it will realize the awakening, flash testing, focus and shutter function in "TX" and "TRX" state respectively.
- Transmitter supports single contact triggering, supports wireless wakening up and triggering the flash through the camera hot shoe, with specially camera shutter connecting cable can realize wired / wireless shutter release remote control, supports controlling multiple cameras and flashes at the same time.
- The highest flash sync speed up to 1/320 second ( some of models may only reach to 1/250s or less, difference combination of models of flash and camera using may achieved difference flash sync speed.)
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Yongnuo RF-603NII-N3 Wireless Flash Trigger Kit
Adopts 2 levers button design, it will realize the awakening, flash testing, focus and shutter function in "TX" and "TRX" state respectively.
Supports single contact triggering.
Can achieve wired and wireless remote shutter release function.
Handhold the flash for remote flash trigger sync.
Remote shooting with flash trigger sync.
LS-2.5 N3 shutter connecting cable.
Hot shoe locking prevents device slipping off.
Updated switch on side face facilitates operation.
Type: FSK 2.4GHz wireless remote control system
Shutter release: Half-press, full-press
Shutter interface: 2.5mm socket
Studio flash light interface: standard PC socket
Max sync speed: 1 / 320s second
Battery: AAA x 2 (3V)
Standard-by time: about 400 hours in TX state, about 45 hours in TRX mode.
Dimension: 12.5 x 9 x 4.5 cm
Weight: Approx. 165g
100% Brand New
Compatible camera list:
Nikon D90 / D7000 / D7100 / D5000 / D5100 / D5200 / D3100 / D3200 / D600
1 x Transceiver
1 x Receiver
1 x Shutter Connecting Cable N3
1 X English Manual
1 X Crochet case
1 X Original Packing
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The success of the first set prompted me to buy a second pair to allow me to have both remote release and remote flash simultaneously.The new set is the Mk II version which has the switch on the side instead of the top to address customer quibbles with the earlier design. It also has a plastic screw clamp to secure the unit on the hot-shoe. Both versions have a metal foot which is very good at this price point.
In my initial tests the new set works fine in both roles. When set on the same channel (16 available) they work with the Mk I pair.
These triggers are little gems. They work well and the price is right. I'll certainly buy another pair in the future when I've got more flashes.
They are very lightweight, so at first I though they might be fragile, but when you get hold of them they don't flex noticeably, so in spite of the low weight they seem quite solid. They are also easy to set up and use, and channel selection is easy in case of a clash with another user in the same area. With sixteen channels to choose from avoiding conflicts should always be possible.
I'm using the Nikon dedicated set, which is what you should use if, like me, you have a Pentax camera. You will need to set the flash using manual control modes, but it will work just fine. Apparently the Canon version of the product doesn't work well with a Pentax DSLR, and with some Pentax cameras won't work at all. There are only three versions of the product and in most countries you can only get two of those easily. Canon dedicated, Nikon dedicated sets are easy to get. There's also a non-dedicated version apparently, but those are hard to obtain and the manufacturer may have ceased production.
Still the Nikon version works well with my Pentax DSLR and I'm very happy at the performance so far. I used two pairs of these recently in a shoot, one mounted on the camera as the transmitter and the other three acting as receivers triggering the flashguns I was using. There were no trigger failures through the entire shoot except a couple that were my fault (not waiting long enough for the flashguns to recharge). The shoot took much longer than expected because it's a long time since I did a portrait shoot, and the batteries lasted through it all though they were cheap AAA old-fashioned Zinc-Carbon batteries - yes, you can still get them! So rock solid performers in my tests and on a proper shoot, these turned out to be money well spent!
If you want a basic flash trigger, then for the price, look no further. You have to use the flash in manual mode, but with digital cameras, that's no big deal as you can review your pics instantly and make any necessary adjustments. Bonus feature is the ability to use the trigger (with or without flash) as a wireless remote. This is great with flash as well; you can set you camera up, then move to where you want the flash and press the button on the trigger to fire the camera (and flash). Lots of fun!
For the price, I don't see how you can go wrong.
A couple of things; there is no automatic metering (you have to pay a lot more for triggers that do that) and for some reason, EXIF data attached to photos will say that the flash didn't fire. At least that's the case with my Nikon. Not deal breakers by any means, but just so you know.
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