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Yongnuo 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigger/Receiver and Shutter Remote for Canon 1D/5D/7D/10D/20D/30D/40D/50D DSLR

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  • 2.4GHz wireless remote controls
  • The flash sync speed is up to 1/250s
  • Working range is up to 100 meters
  • A 3.5mm mini phone jack and 6.35mm full size sync jack adapter are provided
  • Wireless shutter release and speedlight remotes included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 1 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0042TYNJ4
  • Item model number: RF-602/C3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 13, 2010

Product Description

You can easily achieve flash trigger as well as wireless shutter function by using a pair of RF-602 transmitter/receiver Wireless flash trigger. As a flash trigger, RF-602 trigger both flash speedlite and studio flashes. The flash sync speed is up to 1/250s Cable shutter release:With the wired cable provided, RF-602 operates as cable shutter release Wireless shutter release: As the wireless shutter release, its working range is up to 100 meters.
Please note that this system only works with specific camera models. Please check the list below for your specific model.

Customer Reviews

I have been able to fire the flashes with this from 30feet away.
jimmy
My one and only complaint is the lack of tensioner or tightening ring to secure the receiver to a hot shoe mount, but this is a minor complaint.
B Zolt
It's a great plus when you have wireless radio af/shutter trigger which Pocket Wizard can not do.
ioit

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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Brian on May 21, 2011
I've learned and read a lot about this Yongnuo RF-602 system so I'll just post it all here instead of commenting on comments to clarify for everyone. Taking everything into consideration and context I think these are definitely a 5-star value!

First note these transmitters are not "TTL" - they do not send metering information to adjust the output power of your flash, they only send the "sync/fire" signal so you need to have the flashes set to manual power output and adjust manually.

Positives/Why this is Great:

Consider that the "industry standard" in this arena, the Pocket Wizard PLUS II Transceiver 2-pack, does the exact same thing but costs 10x as much! For E/i-TTL flash synchronization, you need to:
1) buy all name-brand latest digital Canon/Nikon flashes ($400+ each), whereas a manual Yongnuo Flash Speedlite Yn-460ii for Nikon Canon Pentax is only $40 (10x cheaper)
2) spend even more on the RadioPopper PX Transmitter (US/CA) and receiver setup or the PocketWizard Flex Transceiver TT5 with Mini TT1 Transmitter Bundle. However -- note that both of these TTL remote systems DO NOT operate in the general use 2.4ghz frequency range so you need to buy a different set if you want to use them outside of the US (e.g. Europe, Asia) or else you may interfere with emergency radio signals!
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Goincarcrazy on December 2, 2010
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After researching for days as to what to use as an off camera flash firing solution, I finally decided to take a chance on these Yangnuo triggers. No they don't support E-TTL, nor do they work with high speed sync, but for the price, you simply can't beat it, so I thought "why not?". They arrived, came with everything as promised, and as soon as the batteries were in, everything was ready to go!

Now I'll be the first to admit, with such little money put into these, I was expecting middle of the road results, contrary to the reviews on many sites have said, but sure enough, this trigger/receiver set prove every positive review absolutely correct. To date, with over 100 flashes put through 2 receivers, I've not had a misfire yet! To me, that's the most important aspect of these as that's what they're supposed to do. As an added bonus, if you're not using them for off camera flash, attach a receiver to the camera's remote outlet via supplied cord and use the transmitter as a remote shutter. It even allows a half-press for focusing and metering before you fully depress the shutter to take the shot.

After my use of this product, I can simply say that, yes, most of the time you get what you pay for, but in some rare cases, this one included, you get much more.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By skealer on October 18, 2010
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I purchased this set based on reviews I had read in online photography forums including Flickr. Everyone highly recommended this brand and now I know why. Compared to the cheapo flimsy noname ebay brands of wireless triggers this one stands out a mile thanks to its durable construction, quality materials, and flawless operation. I am very pleased with this set. I also bought two more receivers from Yongnuo and I am very happy with their performance. I have a 430EX and two strobes and need to be able to trigger all three. I tired the Cowboy studio brand triggers and they did work with the strobes, however, once I added a Cowboy studio's optical hotshoe to the mix, I was not able to trigger all three simultaneously. They sent me several replacement hotshoes but I had the same problem with all of them. Seems like a compatibility issue to me. Cowboy studio has good customer service and was kind enough to refund my money after all.
If time is important to you, go with Yongnuo.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Hartman on January 1, 2011
I must say that these triggers are the next best thing to Pocket Wizard. With products like this it may start to pull prices down. Ok the build quality is not the same as the real thing you will need to be more gentle with these Yongnuo triggers however after working with them 4 different times. I do not think I had any miss fires. I have not done a distance test on them yet but I did fire them inside from 50' away. I do not think I will need the 8 to 9 hundred foot range of the pro gear. I am using the Cannon 7D to trigger the 580 exII and a LumoPro LP160 both are firing with out any problem. I bought a extra receiver so yes I am operating these flash at the same time with the system without flash slave mode. I also tested this set out as a remote trigger for the same camera and it worked with out fail. Pressing the transmitter halfway focused the camera and a full press fires the sutter. Can you say family shots with the photographer in the photo. It also comes with the the 3 prong cord so you can use it out of the box as a camera remote. I had no problem syncing at 250th of a second and could even cheat at 320th with about 3/4 of the frame exposed to the flash. Have fun shooting.
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