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  • professional quality tool

    posted by vldxacc

    These are well designed, very flexible triggers. This is a set of two triggers, and either one of them can act as the transmitter or receiver (there's a switch on the side to change). You can use it to trigger a flash or to trigger the camera shutter so it's like two devices in one! The switch has half-press and full-press, just like the camera. You can have the trigger and a flash on your camera at the same time (the hot shoe passes through). It takes AAA batteries, none of those hard-to-find batteries. There is a knob to screw down the hot shoe so it doesn't slide off the camera/stand, unlike an older version of this trigger.
    The English instructions are not well written, but I understand it okay.
    Everyone should stop buying the old version and buy this one unless they need ETTL (that's more expensive though, and not really needed for studio use).
  • Best receiver out there!

    posted by knowonethefirst

    Controls remotely on the flash and shutter.Can be coupled with many more receivers.Fits tightly in the hot shoe.works with many Flashes.Comes with a wired remote cable and a PC sync cable.Built quality is high.Includes AAA batteries.
    Battery consumption is not great. Don't leave them on for a long period of time.
    Great product in a great price.Great if you are using an incompatible flash or if you are building a complex light studio with multiple lights.
  • good and quality product

    posted by dmitryuv

    Well built, quality product. Battery door could be better, unless you want to throw it on the floor :) Works pretty well, without any missing shots (comparing to built-in Canon wireless which works like 2 of 3 times). As a bonus, can make almost any old flashgun work with new DSLR, for example my Sigma 500Super is now compatible again with new Canon 7d. Going to buy more receivers for studio lighting.
    Additional receiver could be less expensive
    Will recommend to anyone who is looking for robust wireless system for the photography.

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