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Yongnuo RF-603 C1 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigger/Wireless Shutter Release Transceiver Kit for Canon Rebel 300D/350D/400D/450D/500D/550D/1000D Series

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  • Works as a wireless shutter release control to trigger your camera;Transceiver System - works as a wireless flash trigger and receiver
  • Compatible with Canon Rebel 300D/350D/400D/450D/500D/550D/1000D Series cameras for shutter release control
  • Color: Black; Size: 3" device w/ 10" expandable cord; Batteries: 2 x AAA (NOT included)
  • Package Contents: 2 x RF-603 transceivers; 1 x C1 shutter release cord
  • HDE® is a registered trademark and is the only authorized seller of HDE branded products
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  • digital-camera
  • Wireless

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 1.5 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0099SGFZI
  • Item model number: RF-603/C1-INT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (166 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 11, 2011
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Product Description

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The brand new RF-603 is a remote shutter release as well as a multi-functional radio flash trigger which can synchronously trigger flashes and studio strobes. Through the transceiver based system each item can be used flexibly as trigger or receiver. Only 2 AAA batteries are required as power source for each item. The 2.4GHz wireless frequency is suitable in most countries and guarantees high speed, distance and stability. Within capacious areas, the remote control distance may reach to 100m. The synchronization speed can reach to 1/320, depending on the situation it may reach to 1/250 or less. A set consist of 2 equal transceivers. Both of them can be a receiver as well as transmitter. It can trigger 1 flash with one set, since one serves as trigger and one as receiver. You can also buy additional transceivers to trigger 2 or more flashes at the same time. Includes (2) RF-603 transceivers (1) C1 shutter release cord

Customer Reviews

I use these triggers with a 560 Yongnuo Flash and they work perfectly.
Jose
With RF 602, I can fire the lights with the transmitter only, no need to mount on the hot shoe of the camera which makes my job easier when adjusting the lights.
Hiram B
Never a problem and I just buy a backup in case one goes down I have another one.
drossa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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You probably have done your research online and the fact that you stumbled on this review, more than likely you're not looking at the more expensive Pocket Wizards. Well, like many others, I figured that because a large number of people on the Strobist community are using the RF-603, I had to try it for myself.

For its price under $30, you get two trigger/receiver/transceiver and a shutter release cable. These do take two AAA batteries each, so as always with my electronic equipment, attached the Eneloop batteries and they work perfectly.

I. TEST ONE Wireless Flash Trigger (Transceiver on Camera, Receiver on Flash)

Attached one to the hotshoe mount of my Canon T3i (note: If you are buying this for a Canon, make sure you choose the right version, Rebel or non-Rebel) and turned on the power.

Before you attach the flash, turn on the other receiver. (note: This is one thing that many people don't like and this is a matter of convenience and is subjective to the individual. The problem is that the on/off button is right on top of the unit and if you attached to your flash, if you have bigger fingers, you can't turn it on and off with the small gap between the flash and the receiver. You need to detach your flash, turn it on then attach it. You just have to get into the habit of turning it on, before putting the flash on).

Attached the other to a flash and with the flash on, you will see two lights. I went ahead and took a picture and sure enough, each picture, a flash went off and you can see a red light on the receiver to show that it is receiving the message.

I will say that I tried this on a Canon Speedlite, worked perfectly, even an older Speedlite 199A from the late '70s worked. Tried it on a Yongnuo flash, worked perfectly.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By P. LeFevre on June 17, 2011
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I'm a professional photographer, I've had my RF-603C1's for about a week now. Here's a quick review for "strobist" types interested in these:

The Good:
-- Great build quality, AAA batteries instead of CR-2Vs, outstanding range, no interference, extremely reliable flash triggering, bonus remote camera release.

The Bad:
-- no lock on shoe foot, no tripod socket, on/off switch often covered by mounted flash, one of the two units *must* be on a turned-on camera hotshoe for them to work.

They trigger reliably every time, and I tested them out to the full 100 yard range claimed -- no problem. Full camera sync speed is usable (1/200th on my XTi, 1/250th on my 5D MkII), with cheaper triggers I had to drop down to 1/160th and 1/200th respectively or I'd get blackout bars in 1 out of every 4 or so frames.
The lack of a locking mechanism on the foot is an issue, hard to reliably mount them on either a camera or a light stand with a shoe adapter.

All in all they're fine if you're looking for a simple but reliable set of transceivers, and the cost is great; but the downsides could be a deal breaker. Full review posted at: [...]
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By B. Webster on February 1, 2014
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The triggers worked exactly as advertised when it comes to triggering the camera (Canon 60d in my case) and the flashes I set remotely. I had good success using them at around 100 feet in range but didn't try any further. Electronically, they are great.

HOWEVER - DO NOT BUY THESE...buy the ones at the bottom of this review. WHY?

They have no locking mechanism for the lower shoe and the power switch is difficult to access without removing the flash unit.

Within a few minutes of using the the trigger on my camera body (on a tripod), someone bumped the tripod and the trigger fell right off with my 600ex attached to it. :-( Because there is no locking mechanism on the shoe of the transceiver, it slides easilly in and out of place. The person didn't tip the tripod...they merely bumped it and any kind of lock on the shoe would have prevented this major issue.

Next, I cannot access the trigger's power switch without taking the flash off. That's a major hassle.

These issues were resolved with the new design in the "mark II" version. the new version has a lock for the lower shoe and the power switch has been moved to the side.

I am returning the RF603's and purchasing the RF603 II's, like the ones shown at this link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HCB5CPS/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Wahengbam J. Singh on January 3, 2012
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Received the "Yungnuo RF-603 C1 Wireless Flash Trigger" today from "Valuelink Supply". I had to pay $4.99 for the shipping from this seller. But, today, I find the same product from the seller 'Youngnuo' eligible for Amazon free shipping for $32.51. I would have bought this, even though my price turn out to be cheaper by 1 Cents :-)

Anyway, I did a quick test on this product and here is what I found.

Pros:
1. The trigger worked with no sync speed issue. I could take well exposed photo with my Cannon T2i at the sync speed of 1/200 sec.
2. I could fire my flash in another room separated by a dry wall.
3. Never missed a trigger so far.
4. Seems to be well built. The shoe mount is metallic (not entirely, there is some plastic components).
5. There is no separate 'transmitter' or 'receiver'. The one you attached to your camera becomes the transmitter and the one attached to your flash becomes the 'receiver'. The advantage is, if you buy another set of 2, you can trigger 3 flashes and you don't have to worry about the 'transmitter' or the 'receiver. Compare this with the "Cowboy Studio Multi function radio Trigger". If you want to control, say, 3 flash, you have to buy 2 more 'receivers' along with the 'transmitter' and 'receiver' you already have. I am not sure If you can buy the receiver alone. Even if you manage to get the 2 receivers, what will happen if the transmitter stopped working one day? All receivers becomes useless!!!!

Cons:
The cons are some design issue and not a real issue to me.
1. There is no Tripod mounting ( the screw hole similar to bottom of your camera) in this. If you want to mount this to a tripod, you have to buy a tripod mounting adaptor that provides shot shoe.
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