YongNuo Wireless Remote Flash Trigger for Canon 430/580 EX DSLR Digital Camera

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YongNuo Wireless Remote Flash Trigger for Canon 430/580 EX DSLR Digital Camera
- 4 Channels Selectable
- Wireless Flash Trigger Receiver V2s, Works with V2/V2s wireless flash trigger only
- Designed for Vivitar 285HV, Sunpak 433, Sunpak 383, Olympus FL-36 and other flashes which (1) comes with a trigger voltage lower than 12V and (2) could not be triggered by V1 or V2 receivers;
- Transmitter Power: 23A 12V battery
- Receiver Power: AAA  Battery
- Maximum Working Distance: 30m (open area, without interference)
- Working Frequency: 433MHz
- Comes with PC sync port


Compatible Models:

  • Canon SpeedLite 580EX II, 580EX, 540EZ, 520EZ, 430EZ, 430EX, 420EX, 420EZ, 380EX
  • Nikon SpeedLite SB-800, SB-600, SB-28, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25, SB-24
  • 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)

 

  • Dimensions: 2.8 in x 1.46 in x 0.91 in
    Weight: 3.95 oz

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  • Good Item

    posted by Enriko111 on 13:03:47 G3T 22/03/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Good item, work very well, for this price is a great buy Good range, I have tested until 12-15m of distance Easy to use. Is compatible with all cameras and flash, I have tested it with Olympus E-PL2, Pentax K20D and old Olympus T32 Flash.

    Cons: the plastic material is very cheap No instructions battery case is not easy to open Lack of separate receivers.

    Other: really recommended

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  • Great deal

    posted by noihcra on 02:43:24 G1T 16/01/2013 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: It has been the purchase of 2012 for me. Both, transmitter and receiver are compact but effective. I've tried them only indoor, and I've got a great result of them. Shooted around 100-150 times and still have had no missing try.

    Cons: The connector of the receiver to the camera should be done with metal and not with plastic. This plastic ending seems to be as weak as to be broken sooner or later.

    Other: Overall, this flash trigger seems to be a great aquisition, as long as its electronics are the same as for main brands owned triggers, that only differ on its finishing (which is the only con of this product)

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  • YongNuo Wireless Remote Flash Trigger

    posted by luhfoto on 10:21:55 G12T 01/12/2011 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: - Cheapest flash triggers on the market, much cheaper than pocket wizards.
    - Even with less quality, it´s works well.

    Cons: - The metal part of the transmitter, where making contact, is rough and scratched my 7D, new, unused, I just bought. This will happen every time I use. Ok, this is nothing serious, as they continue working, radio and camera flash, but could have better finish and leave us more peaceful and equipment intact.
    - Cheap construction material.
    The battery cover is hard to open, it feels like its going to crack open and break apart.

    Other: - I use with my new 7D and T2i Canon and works well.
    - I received not the same YOUNGNUO with blue logo that´s are on the DX page, but it´s ok! Work´s well and is the same size.

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  • Great with a small modification

    posted by HalvorO on 12:18:19 G10T 18/10/2011 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Works every time, no misfires. Small transmitter with test button, several frequencies to choose from if you work in a studio with more than one photographer who uses this item.

    Cons: Works only in manual flash mode. Takes some time getting used to this. The receiver is placed in an upright orientation under the flash, this makes the setup too tall for most umbrellas, and the flash can easily be knocked over unless placed on a sturdy tripod.
    The battery connectors did not make connection with the batteries, had to bend them a bit.

    Other: For the price, it's great! Works like a charm on my EOS 450D and EX430 II

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  • Works as expected.

    posted by shokkas on 02:54:56 G11T 29/11/2010 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Good radio flash trigger set. Easy to use, easy to mount on the camera (the transmitter), and easy to use with flash and light stand. 4 channels options to use. Main thing about it - CHEAP! I found that where I live these were sold for around 50USD! Managed to use transmitter with similar receivers as well. Very helpful.

    Cons: Receiver is large. When mounted on light stand with the desire to use a shoot through or soft box, this means that flash is in the WRONG place. Good to use however to light up backgrounds or to use with snoot/flags/etc. Quality is not that amazing, but then again it is cheap. Will not wakeup flash from sleep mode

    Other: Good starting point for strobists

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  • t0m.3500

    posted by Tomislav on 07:38:01 G9T 10/09/2010 certificated customer

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    Pros: Useful device for my camera, i was desperate to have it when i found it here. Build quality is ok, it feels good in your hand, the switch works ok, but i have no need to change it when i chose the channel i wanted.

    Cons: Well yes it did misfire but only lets say 2-3 per cent of the time. The only bad thing for me is the battery in the transmitter, i would prefer that it was AA or AAA.

    Other: The bottom line is that this is a good and useful device that i like to use often indoors when shooting portraits or small objects in light tent. I think it's a must have thing.

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  • Works well

    posted by SteveCass on 12:17:23 G4T 19/04/2010 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: As opposite to what GavinTing said in his review: IT DOES work out of sight, this device is using RF and not infrared. So you CAN do back lighting. I put the flash in another room and tested and it flash every time flawlessly.

    Cons: Cheap construction material. The battery cover is hard to open, it feels like its going to crack open and break apart.

    Other: I would buy more than one. The trigger let you flash 4 receiver at the same time so if you have the money, go ahead and set yourself a nice kit.

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  • Cheap and Good

    posted by GavinTing on 11:50:33 G8T 29/08/2009 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: -Definitely one of the cheapest flash triggers on the market, muich cheaper than pocket wizards.
    -No misfires
    -Long Range! About 20m and it works (needs to be outside, straight line of sight)
    -Build quality is quite good, but the battery door looks quite loose

    Cons: -Lacks good instructions. I had a hard time connecting it the first time as I was ensure how hard to push. After awhile, I realised you have to snap it into place quite tightly (hold it tight and screw)
    -Requires line of sight, so you can't do backlighting

    Other: Cheap and good. If you can't afford a pocketwizard (those are 200+ USD), then get this!

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  • Works, no problems yet.

    posted by Mazcal on 03:49:29 G8T 29/08/2009 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Cheaper than your average Pocket Wizard
    Does what it's supposed to do
    Can be mounted on a tripod as opposed to a light stand (could be a con, depending on your gear)

    Cons: Receiver LOOKS like it's going to crack under the weight, yet so far so good
    Receiver will heighten your flash in about 10-15cm, which could be a problem when working with umbrellas. Why the hell isn't it aligned horizontally?

    Other: Does its job, dirt cheap, enables slave flashing to anyone who needs it.

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  • Fantastic alternative to the wizards

    posted by jphphotography on 23:57:31 G7T 14/07/2009 certificated customer

    Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)

    Pros: Cheap
    Light
    Receivers use AA's not hard to find
    Reliable (haven't had a misfire yet, when I do it's always due to my flash batteries getting low and not recycling quick enough)

    Cons: Build quality is a little cheap but haven't actually had an issue yet, just feels lightweight and you wonder if you should mount your flash on it but it does hold.
    No PC Socket, although newer ones might have it (a friend ordered the same ones off ebay and his had them).
    Only half of the dip switches worked on my first two sets, its ok though I don't need multiple configurations and haven't ran into anyone else using them that was interfering with mine.

    Other: For the price you can't beat them. A cheap and easy way to get into the world of off-camera lighting. Buy these first and put the other money towards cameras or lenses, then buy the "big guys" later if you really need them.

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