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Neewer 16 Channel Wireless Remote FM Flash Speedlite Radio Trigger with 2.5mm PC Receiver for Canon 580EX II 580EX 550EX 540EZ 520EZ 430EX, Nikon SB900 SB800 SB600 SB28, Neewer TT860, TT850, TT560, YN560 III, YN560 II, YN560 I, Olympus, Pentax,Sigma, Sunpak, Vivitar 285HV and Other Flash Units with Universal Hot Shoe (1 Trigger&1 Receiver Set)
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- The remote trigger for studio flashes and outdoor flash is used as the controller of synchronous trigger studio flash of cameras. It consists of a signal sender and a receiver trigger and works by means of the frequency modulation wireless remote control.
- The signal transmitter adopts the advanced circuit and components, and can transmit the coded FM wireless signa. The circuit of the transmitter has the function of standby and hibernation, thus it has low power consumption; the products can work under the standby mode for more than one year with only one battery; continuously trigger for thirty thousand times.
- Receiver trigger adopts dry battery for power supply, which is safe, energy-saving, and convenient. The product adopts micro-computer for controlling the decoding, Which has superior anti-interference capability; sensitive reaction speed, the highest synchronous speed can reach 1/25 sec.
- The trigger current is only .1MA, which will definitely cause no damage to the flash contact of the camera. The transmitter is applicable to the traditional or digital camera with hot shoe or PC controlling interface.
- Note: PT-16/PT-16NE use the whole new system,So it can not work with any other flash trigger.
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|Item Dimensions||1.77 x 2.76 x 2.95 inches|
|Item Weight||0.31 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.31 pounds|
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Note: PT-16/PT-16NE can not work with any other flash trigger.
Canon SpeedLite 580EX II, 580EX, 550EX, 540EZ, 520EZ, 430EX/EXII, 430EZ, 420EX, 420EZ, 380EX
Nikon SpeedLight SB-900, SB-800, SB-600, SB-28, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25, SB-24
Yongnuo YN-460II YN-468 YN-560 YN-462 YN-465 YN-467
Olympus FL-50, FL36
Pentax AF-540 FGZ, AF-360 FGZ, AF-400 FT, AF-240 FT
Sigma EF-500 DG Super, EF-500 DG ST, EF-430
Sunpak Auto 2000DZ, 622 Pro, 433AF, 433D, 383, 355AFm 344D, 333D
Vivitar 285HV (Older Vivitar 285/283 works only with PC sync)
Other flash models with a trigger voltage of 12V or lower
Work with flash units using universal hot shoe like Nikon, Sigma, Olympus, Pentax (except Minolta SONY as they use a special hot shoe)
Battery for transmitter: 23A-12V mini battery
Battery for receiver: AAA alkaline battery
Largest work distance: <=30m
Work frenquency: 433MHz
1x 16 Channels Transmitter
1x PC Sync cord for camera
Top customer reviews
So far I have not experienced any misfires such as others have noted. Moreover, I have tested these out to 40 feet and they work fine. They have triggered both my speedlights and studio lights equally well.
They are fairly cheap in feel, but in my opinion not so much as some have stated. They do not simply fall apart, even when dropped (which I accidently did from a height of 5 feet).
The trigger transmitter is very light weight and is held in place on the hotshoe by a thumb-turned wheel such as found on older flash units. It takes an odd sized battery, but they are very common and can easily be ordered online or found in that big old box store we all know and love. The trigger battery, which comes installed with the unit, is only accessible by unscrewing the top and bottom casing on the trigger...no convenient battery door.
The receiver is powered by common AAA's. The battery cover door is just a simple slide-off piece of plastic. The triggers have hotshoes and sync ports. Both the sync ports and the hotshoes worked equally well for me. So far I have not had to hunt for unused channels as I am not experiencing any interference in my medium sized town.
On the whole, while I do not know how well these will hold up over time, they are great for now.
I’ve used this set a couple of times now and it’s definitely an improvement from my previous wired set up. I haven’t had any issues with the strobes not firing. The job is usually one or two day(s) a week and I average about 75-150 images so this wireless trigger doesn't get heavy use. And I'm the only photographer working in their office so there is not issue with having other people on the same channel.
The quality and feel of these is pretty low end but I wasn’t expecting much for the price. And compared with the set from Alienbees that I use at another once-a-week job, these are about the same.
If you’re using these on studio strobes, you’ll have to provide your own sync cord. They provide the one needed to use with speedlights.
p.s., I am not a professional photographer. I have used it with Nikon D3100 and D5200.
I am a bit suspicious of some of these negatives reviews. I've only had this Wireless Remote system for a very brief time, but it works FLAWLESS with my D810 & Neewer TT560 Speedlite.
5 Stars! I wanted to save money on a wireless flash remote, and I did. Product works just as promised.