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I own the III flash, but they should work fine with II since the pair will fire every flash I own. I do not believe the II version has a built in receiver so you will need both triggers all the time.
By Brad C. on December 8, 2014
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By LERWAY Tech. SELLER on June 7, 2013
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hi evan - not sure why you would want to do it that way, unless i am missing something (which is entirely possible!). mount the trigger on your hot shoe, and put your flash on the trigger. the cable goes from the trigger to the shutter release input on your camera (and make SURE you get the right model cord. they diffe… see more hi evan - not sure why you would want to do it that way, unless i am missing something (which is entirely possible!). mount the trigger on your hot shoe, and put your flash on the trigger. the cable goes from the trigger to the shutter release input on your camera (and make SURE you get the right model cord. they differ not only between canon and nikon, but AMONG canon models as well). when you trigger with the other remote, your shutter and your ETTL flash will both fire together as you want them to. the trigger will pass the information between the camera and the flash unit so your ETTL will still work as designed. that said, it is a GREAT opportunity to get that flash off your camera, even if you only want to use the one. raise it up and use a diffuser of some kind. or change the position. the BEST thing about these units is getting that bugger OFF your camera. what is the need for the remote shutter? see less hi evan - not sure why you would want to do it that way, unless i am missing something (which is entirely possible!). mount the trigger on your hot shoe, and put your flash on the trigger. the cable goes from the trigger to the shutter release input on your camera (and make SURE you get the right model cord. they differ not only between canon and nikon, but AMONG canon models as well). when you trigger with the other remote, your shutter and your ETTL flash will both fire together as you want them to. the trigger will pass the information between the camera and the flash unit so your ETTL will still work as designed. that said, it is a GREAT opportunity to get that flash off your camera, even if you only want to use the one. raise it up and use a diffuser of some kind. or change the position. the BEST thing about these units is getting that bugger OFF your camera. what is the need for the remote shutter?
By Hollie Swanson on June 1, 2013
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I don't see any reason why it would not work with T5i --- certainly worth a try. Great remote units.
By A. W. Farnsworth on October 5, 2014
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If it works from the hot shoe, it should work with the wireless. Art
By Arthur V. Petty, Jr. on November 6, 2014
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Yes... but you may need 3 then... one connected to the camera, one for the flash and one for you to release the shutter. If all you want to do is release the shutter, two is sufficient. One connect to the camera(it must be in the flash attachment to work) and one for you to release the shutter.
By Elena F. on March 9, 2014
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It works on my 30D, so I would imagine it does on your 70D.
By Mark A. on December 9, 2014