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Yongnuo RF-603C II de flash inalámbrico remoto disparador C3 para Canon 5D 1D 50D

Yongnuo RF-603C II de flash inalámbrico remoto disparador C3 para Canon 5D 1D 50D

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Características:
El nuevo RF-603 II se ha mejorado la versión de RF-603, es un disparador remoto, así como un disparador de destello de múltiples funciones que puede activar de forma sincrónica flashes y flashes de estudio.
A través del sistema basado en el transceptor cada elemento puede ser utilizado con flexibilidad como disparador o el receptor.
A sólo 2 pilas AAA se requieren como fuente de energía para cada elemento.
La frecuencia inalámbrica de 2,4 GHz es adecuado en la mayoría de los países y garantiza una alta velocidad, la distancia y la estabilidad.Dentro de las áreas de gran capacidad, la distancia teledirigida puede alcanzar hasta 100 metros.
La velocidad de sincronización puede llegar a 1/320, dependiendo de la situación.

Las características mejoradas:
1.Sistema de bloqueo de la zapata para evitar que se resbale
2.Encienda lado para una fácil operación
3.Sistema de auto-detección mejorada

Funciones:
Soporta solo contacto de disparo.
Puede alcanzar la función de disparador remoto con cable e inalámbrico.
Disparador de flash: para disparar el flash Speedlite;para encender la luz del estroboscópico del estudio (Es necesario adquirir un cable de 6,35 mm extra para cumplir con esta función).
Puede utilizar más de dos funciones al mismo tiempo.

Este anuncio es para la versión C3:
Para Canon 1D 5D 7D 10D 20D 30D 40D 50D

Especificaciones:
Tipo: FSK 2.4GHz sustem remoto inalámbrico
Distancia del transmisor: el 100M
Canal: 16 canales
Estreno: a mitad de camino de prensa, vías de prensa completo
Interfaz del receptor: uno es zócalo de 2.5mm
Interfaz de luz de flash de estudio: zócalo de la PC estándar
Tipo de batería: 2 * AAA (no incluidas)
Tiempo en espera: hasta 45 horas (TRX);hasta 400 horas (TX)
Tamaño del artículo: 80.7 * 31.3 * 25.9mm / 3.2 * 1.2 * 1.0in
Peso del artículo: 44g / 1,6 oz (cada uno)
Tamaño del paquete: 16 * 9 * 4.5cm / 6.3 * 3.5 * 1.8in
Package weight: 177g / 6.2oz

Paquete de lista:
1 * Tranceiver
1 * Receptor
1 * Shutter conectar calbe C3
1 * Manual (Inglés)

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Does the Yongnuo RF-603C II work with a Canon 6D, or a 580EX flash? I can't make them work. Wrong contacts?

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  • Hi, I use three RF-603c II's with my 6d. I use one on the camera as a trigger, and two as receivers on two flashes (Yongnuo YN568EX [which also has five contacts] and a Neewer TT560). They only work on the TRx mode, but they've been working perfectly so far. You've checked that the channels on the trigger/remotes are s… see more Hi, I use three RF-603c II's with my 6d. I use one on the camera as a trigger, and two as receivers on two flashes (Yongnuo YN568EX [which also has five contacts] and a Neewer TT560). They only work on the TRx mode, but they've been working perfectly so far. You've checked that the channels on the trigger/remotes are set to the same combination? I can't think of anything else that could be a problem. Like I said they work perfectly with my 6d. So much so that I'm about to order two more RF-603C II's to go with another flash that I just got. Hope you get it sorted out. Best of luck. see less

    By Solaceinsorrow on May 1, 2018

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Would this work for a Canon 6D?

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  • Yes it will. I've used them with my 6D numerous times.

    By Police Box on January 14, 2018

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does anybody know if this comes with a Sync connector for Canon 7d? If it doesnt, what model should i get for my 7d? Thanks in advance.

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  • Yes, it does come with a sync cord for Canon EOS cameras. In this case I also have a 7d and it works perfectly.

    By Greg Hoover on April 21, 2018

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Would this work with a canon m3?

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  • All Canon flash mounts are identical.

    By Jerry B on June 29, 2018

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Does it require any additional cables if using for T2i / 550D?

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  • Hello It is included Thank you

    By Raibeart on May 15, 2018

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Will this shutter trigger work with an 80D camera?

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  • --yes, C1 cable will help you use RF603 trigger as a wired and wireless shutter releaser. if use as flash trigger,

    By Mckenna on May 8, 2018

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will it work for 550D?

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  • Yes Thank you

    By Donal on May 12, 2018

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will these work with the pentax k3?

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  • They will work as long as you have the right cord for the camera

    By Mr imperfection on May 10, 2018

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Do you know if this is the right one for my canon 7D? It says it is, but the Sync

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  • It doesn't have HHS or any high sync speed but it will work on canon Dslr also you can't control your flash with the camera manue only on the flash

    By Joseph Pal on May 7, 2018

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I have canon 5dm, Can I control from the menu camera the YN-560 II???

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  • 603 can help 5DIII trigger the YN560II. but flash mode have to do setting on the flash light itself.

    By Kasandra on May 3, 2018

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  • By nathan

    October 30, 2017

    These flash triggers do exactly what they are supposed to do and more. Since they work also as a shutter release you can fire the flash with the transceiver that it is attached to while also activating the shutter with out ever touching the camera. This means I can hold a speedlite in my hand with a RF-603 attached to it and fire the speedlite with the test button on the transceiver and it will fire the flash and activate the shutter on the camera. this make doing composites a lot easier. this little bit of information wasn't in the description but i did find it buried in the manual.

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  • By JimmyA

    October 19, 2017

    Bought a pair of these a while back and got another pair as a backup. Old and new units play together nicely if set to the same frequency (of course). I can now trigger three flash packs/monolights/speedlights without relying on optical slaves, which don't work in an event since every casual shooter is using a flash. These are reliable, do what they should, and are one of the few decent looking products of its type out there. Most are terribly styled and look like hobby grade junk, which in fact what most of these things are. You can at least get away with using a cheap radio trigger without looking like a total noob. I first started using these with older Speedotron pro gear in my studio, to protect my DSLRs from the high trigger voltage. Never failed and saw no reason to go to the more expensive Pocket Wizard triggers since I don't need any more than basic features.

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  • By stanlerd

    October 7, 2017

    i bought this triggers for my studio strobes and to used the strobes on location, they work perfectly and for the price i was a little worry they might feel cheap but i took my chances and when ahead, im so glad i did, i order two sets of this guys and they came really well pack and really easy to use, also because they have a hotshoe on the top of the trigger im able to not only trigger my strobes/speedlites but also i can mount a speedlite on then and the TTL works perfectly fine im really please with this triggers and for the price you cant go wrong, i recomend this to anybody who is looking for triggers on a budget

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  • By ProConsumer

    September 15, 2017

    I'm using these to trigger multiple Yongnuo YN560 IV speedlight strobes with built-in receivers and they work flawlessly. Since the speedlights have the receivers built in, you only need one of these mounted in the camera hot shoe. If using a speedlight without a compatible receiver built in, you can use the second RF-603 II to fire it. I just keep the second one as a spare trigger. I also have the Yongnuo YN560-TX flash commander which triggers the same strobes, but also allows you to adjust the flash output and other flash settings. The YN560-TX also sits in the camera hot shoe but is considerably larger. However, it will still make all the flash adjustments even if it's not mounted on your camera. So I find it useful to make the adjustments using the YN560-TX commander which I can keep in my pocket and put the RF-603 II on the camera and stay streamlined.

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  • By Anon220

    September 9, 2017

    Replaced a different manufacturer's aftermarket wireless release. Old one had an intermittent lag. This thing fires every time. I like very much that it uses plain AAA batteries. (Everything should). Have been using it exclusively to fire the camera. Unit does not have provision for a lanyard or neckstrap. Solved that with a whistle lanyard and some Goop adhesive. Connecting cord really ought to have a 90 degree elbow. End that connects to the unit sticks straight out and will eventually get broken. Just ordered a second pair.

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  • By Deighton J Waithe

    September 8, 2017

    These transceivers work great! I've never run into a problem with them firing, I have them for both Nikon and canon and they all work interchangeably which is an extra plus because any new ones I buy are additions to both systems. The one problem I found is with the metal plate on the bottom which acts as a hot shoe, I had a speedlight attached to it and attached it to a boom pole at a slight angle. Minutes after I raised the boom the speedlight and transceiver came crashing down to the floor. The transceiver has a hot shoe mount on the top so I would assume it was constructed to be able to hold the weight of a (fairly light) speedlight.

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  • By Ivo

    September 6, 2017

    I'm an amateur enthusiast when it comes to photography. Using this with a Canon 60D (yes I know I got the wrong cable - purchased the right one afterwards). it does everything the manufacturer says it should - firing as a wireless shutter, or connected through the cable. I've read reviews saying it is not solid enough when connected in the hotshoe, but I have had no problems with that. It has not slipped at all when I had a full flash mounted on it - Youngnuo565EX. Glad to answer any questions, if I can.

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  • By Michael E. Bender

    August 24, 2017

    I purchased this to use as a trigger to fire my Yongnuo YN 560 IV Flashes. I have a Fuji XT2 and heard they will work if you solder in a resistor. Before I even took it apart, I tested it and it worked right out of the box with "NO" modifications. The other perk is that it will work along with the YN560TX at the same time. This way you can have a small trigger on your camera which is very important for me but carry the 560TX in your pocket to adjust the flash settings remotely. You get two in a package so I even now have a spare or use one as a receiver to power a non Yongnuo flash.

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  • By M. Engler

    August 11, 2017

    The price/function combo of these triggers is fantastic. I have used them as flash triggers on up to 3 flashes at once with no problems. I recently used 3 of them in a homemade photo booth at my daughter's graduation party. One on a flash, one on the camera with the included cable plugged into the camera to enable shutter function and one in the hands of someone in the picture to trigger the shutter. It does not need line of sight, so the trigger could easily be hidden. It was a big hit. Great product.

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  • By Hugh C.

    July 4, 2017

    Camera: Sony a6000. Flash: Neewer TT 560 Speedlite Just got these wireless triggers today. Read the manual to get the settings right. They work as intended for an off camera flash. No need to modify the device or camera's flash plate. Sync flash and rear flash modes wor with this trigger, and both modes work without a PC cable. Be aware that the verision I got comes with an N1 2.5mm cable that allows PC connection for nikon camera. Sony mirrorless users can ignore this cable entirely as it is not compatible and will not improve the function of the triggers for Sony mirrorless users. Happy Shooting!

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  • By jdido

    June 17, 2017

    I am very happy with these flash triggers. I have had no problem with the trigger setting off the flash when I am not taking a picture, a problem I had with a different brand. Occasionally the flash will not trigger but I think that is to be expected. They have a solid build and are low profile. My only complaint and why I did not give 5 stars is that I can not trigger the flash for meter readings unless the unit is connected to the camera and I have half pressed the shutter button and then push the test fire button. Its a pain to do all that with one hand while I hold the meter in front of someones face with the other. I would buy these again.

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  • By Cowboy Jim

    June 6, 2017

    What great product and great price. the flash and the trigger hook up by radio, with no need for more than one trigger, no matter how many YN560 III flashes you may have. I have 10, they are such a great price. And the remote receiver is built into the flash, and works every time the RF-603 II fires. What a great combo. You can get 2 triggers and about 7 flashes, for about the price of the comparable Canon flash. Yes it has no TTL, but I never use it. If you love speed light photography, and don't want to spend the money buy the Yongnuo RF-603 II with the YN560 III Flash. You'll buy more.

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  • By Zarteaga

    May 28, 2017

    Great product, very reliable when you know how to use it, giggles. I will not detail technical specs and tests I have made, but one thing is for use, if you want these remotes to fire as much as you want them to, please use high quality alkaline batteries and have spares! I have been using the remotes for less than two months and in a testing session they would not fire more than 3 times in a row. My Canon camera got the horrid 99error and I thought it was dead or some major problem was going on. Took me time to realize the Young Nuo 603 needed batteries replacements since the greet light from the units were always green. So I found out about alkaline batteries. Follow my advice it will save you time and brain cells. I have bought this pair of receivers twice, so I have 4 units and they have been working great indoors and outdoors.

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  • By brianh4204

    April 6, 2017

    Does everything I had hoped for. Easy setup and so far no missed flash or shutter releases. Using with a Yongnuo YN-560 III Speedlite Flash for Canon & Nikon - GN58 - Built in 2.4Ghz trigger/transceiver with full support for RF602/603 triggers. and the combination is so far (one day of playing)completely reliable. The 560 III has the RF receiver built in and is completely compatible with the 603. With just the 2 transceivers and the 560 III I can control my 7d shutter release and one flash remotely. Or you can control 2 flash units remotely.

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  • By FLSTSB

    March 23, 2017

    I almost forgot what I bought this for. This thing has so many uses. I bought it for the wireless remote flash capability but it also works as both a wired or wireless remote for the camera. The buttons on it are two stage which is easy to feel and they work just like the shutter button on the DSLR, at least they do like on my Canon 50D. The remote flash capability works fine. I am please with the ability to move the flash closer to the subject or use it for back fill. Like the Yongnuo wired remote flash this set is well made. It doesn't feel cheap or lightweight. There is no slag or rough edges. I am not a professional photographer, just a serious hobbyist, as such I'm very happy to get a this set that lets me experiment with moving the flash around without spending a lot of money.

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  • By Jennifer

    March 1, 2017

    I like them because they work. Plain and simple. There are some design flaws that could be worked on. The power button should be located on the back or side as it is not reachable when attached to the flash. And not having a way to secure the trigger to my camera is dangerous when I have a flash also placed on top, some sort of locking mechanism would be a great improvement. Overall I am very happy with them, I purchased two sets and have used them to trigger flashes as well as used as a remote for my camera. They worked. And that is what you want in a trigger.

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  • By Reggie

    January 27, 2017

    The devices do work well though. I grabbed to kits and was able to fire strobes and speed lights remotely. I also fired the shutter on my 7D remotely as I fired my T3i across the room. I was able to have both cameras fire my strobes. While both cameras had a speed light and trigger attached, firing one camera makes both speed lights go off. Not that big of a deal, but It would be nice to have been able to use the triggers with speed lights on both cameras and have the speed lights go off only for the corresponding camera.

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  • By Anthony L. Peckman

    January 20, 2017

    I'll put it simply. These are terrific, never missed a shot triggers. The best part is they are supplied with a shutter release cable for your specific camera. I have ordered 3 sets total so my daughter and I both have 3 each...one on the camera, for both shutter release and flash, second on the flash itself and third one for the hand held remote trigger. However, there is no securing lock or screw...whatever you call it...that secures it to a base on a light stand. It also does not have a screw hole in bottom for a light stand. Great trigger that I think they will redesign to add those problems I've seen reviewed elsewhere. Buy them anyway. Inexpensive and operates flawlessly.

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  • By N. Agarwal

    November 2, 2016

    Needless to say, using this device, you will have to use any flash in manual mode as E-TTL will not function. I'm still learning how to use manual mode, but surprisingly it is not that difficult and gives me more flexibility - but I digress.In addition, I was able to mount one of the transceivers on my X100s and then on top mount the Canon 430 EX II. This allowed me to use a Canon flash (in manual mode) on my X100s. Note that this becomes one unwieldy combination.At least this is the method that worked for me on my 6D and the X100s.

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  • By FiveForm

    September 1, 2016

    They work perfectly with my setup.Having taken around 100 shots, since receiving these, there were no misfires using the "TRX" setting on the side switch. I have enough confidence in these to have just placed an order for another set. The fact that these are multi-functional "transceivers" that can play either a receive or send function you get a lot of value for the dollar, especially when you consider that a pair of Pocket Wizard X units run $180. For me in buying two sets that's a $300 savings. Although I haven't had the opportunity to test the range, it is listed at 100m and I can't see my use ever getting to that range as I'm usually in a studio or at short range outdoors, using to either complement or overpower natural lighting. Again, for the enthusiast, or even the professional, you really won't believe the quality and performance of these thirty-dollar radio remotes.

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