|Item Weight||3.68 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 3.5 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||RF-603C-II-C3|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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YONGNUO RF-603C-II-C3 Wireless Remote Flash Trigger Kit for Canon 1D 5D 7D 10D 20D 30D 40D 50D
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- Max sync speed: 1/320 second
- 3.100m transmission distance with 16 channels
- Type: FSK 2.4GHz wireless remote control system
- Shutter release: half-press, full-press, takes 7 - 15 days to deliver
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RF-603 II with FSK system, can be more effective to speed, distance and stability. Within capacious areas, the remote control distance may reach to 100m and suitable for RF-603 Mark I. Yongnuo RF-603 II wireless flash trigger kit is formed by two Sam 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 contract triggering, supports wireless wakening up and triggering the flash through the camera hot shoe, with PC sync cable(optional) can be trigger studio lights, 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). Specifications: Type: FSK 2.4GHz wireless remote control system Transmission distance: 100m Channels: 16 channels Shutter release: half-press, full-press Shutter interface: 2.5mm socket Studio flash light interface: standard PC socket Max Sync Speed: 1/320 second Battery: AAA x 2(3V) Include items: RF-603C II x 2, LS-2.5 shutter cable x 1, Manual x 1.
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1: They are small and mount to your camera and flashes easy. Where as things like pocket wizards are bigger and often hang off of your strobes.
2: These are super cheap! And I don't have to worry about losing them, breaking them or having them stolen.
3: Okay had to add a third one. I used these on a shoot along side pocket wizards and they actually preformed better. My photographer friend was amazed because he is always trying to get me to buy more expensive gear, but he liked these better than his pocket wizards.
I just bought some more recently sense I bought more strobes. :)
Next I upgraded to the Godox/Flashpoint lithium-ion speedlights and got the fat boy R2 flash trigger. If I didn't want to touch the camera though, I had to trigger the actual camera with a $10 infrared remote. The problem with that is that the receiver on the a6000 is right under the main shutter release button. So if you set the camera up in one part of the room and the angle between you and the camera is such that the lens is between you and that receiver window....you can't trigger the camera! This happens half the time. Every time you're standing to the left of the camera.
That brings me to these RF-603c-ii flash triggers. I was able to mount one of these to the hot shoe of the camera and then connect it to the camera to use as a shutter release with the Pixel CL-S2 cable. With both of these triggers set to "TRX" I can use the second one from anywhere in the room to trigger the camera. And since it's traditional radio triggering, it reaches further.
What about triggering my Godox flashes? Well I got the Godox XT32C flash trigger. I attach it to the Yongnuo trigger that I keep in my pocket to trigger the camera in the hot shoe and use a Male-to-Male Flash Sync cable to connect the two. While this may seem complicated the result is I have remote control in my pocket that can wirelessly control the flash power of my speedlight groups and when the button on the Yongnuo trigger is pushed.....the camera fires and the flashes trigger and we're good. Love it.
There are two families of Yongnuo's RF-603II triggers. For Canon the family members are RF-603II C1 and RF-603II C3. For Nikon the family members are RF-603II N1, RF-603II N2, and RF-603II N3. The numbers following "C" or "N" refer to the type of shutter cable that comes with a pair of triggers. The shutter cable is used when you want to use the RF-603II to remotely fire your camera's shutter, either wirelessly or via a direct, wired connection. One end of the cable has a 2.5mm plug that you insert into an RF-603II trigger. The other end of the cable is camera-specific, and connects to the camera's remote-control terminal. The manual gives these representative camera models for the C- and N-numbered shutter cables:
• C1: Canon 60D, 350D, 450D, 500D, 550D, 600D, 650D, 700D Pentax Series
• C3: Canon 1D, 5D, 7D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D
• N1: Nikon D1, D2, D3, D4 Series, D200, D300, D700, D800
• N2: Nikon D70, D70S, D80
• N3: Nikon D90, D600, D3000, D5000 Series, D7000 Series
To use a pair of triggers to wirelessly fire your shutter: Put one of the RF-603II triggers in your hot shoe. Set the power button to TRX. Connect the 2.5mm plug of the short cable to the RF-603II trigger and the other end to your camera's remote-control terminal. Use the other RF-603II trigger to remotely fire your shutter--from up to 100 meters away, the manual claims.
They can also be set up with an included cable to trigger the shutter on your camera. It works fine without a flash. With a flash it's a little tricky - the issue is that when holding a flash + transmitter in your hand, and having the receiver on top of your camera to trigger the shutter, the flash will go off as soon as you press it and about 0.5s before the camera shutter triggers and miss it. Instead, you need to have a third device, use that one to trigger both the flash and camera simultaneously.