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  • posted byiomerzu on 02/14/2015

    Nice remote trigger for hobby photographers , easy to use, very reliable. It will be good to have an additional receiver for triggering two flashes at the same time.


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  • posted byjuancho747 on 03/05/2013

    Cheap, easy to use and nicely built. Has a decent working range, and even the choice to trigger it as an optical slave, which is a nice add-on. Works just as expected. Has a few small issues with range at times, but really minor. Does not have a locking mechanism for the transmitter placed on the... Read more

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  • posted byFerBenitez on 11/05/2012

    You can use it with all brands (Nikon, Canon, Sony, etc.) and models with hot shoe. Excellent answer, never fails. Works with generic flashes without problems. Good reach. The latching system pressure is not threaded. The receiver can not be placed on the foot of the flash, and has a good support... Read more

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  • posted byFerBenitez on 08/14/2012

    - Works perfects and its so simple, don't need much instructions, just put the trigger on the hot shoe, put the flash on the reciever and shot (it works all the time). - Has L mode, the flash can be triggered by sympathy. - The battery is included, just unpack and use! - The trigger does not have... Read more

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  • posted byUrsaalpha on 02/01/2012

    Works very well inside, in all kind of positions.I use it on an old DSLR Canon rebel. The flash is even older, from analog times (almost 20 years old). No problems. God build quality. The platform on the receiver i snot big but just big enough for my quit high flash to stand on. There is a switch... Read more

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  • posted bybestenemy on 02/01/2011

    Small, light, able to work in radio and flash-trigger modes. The hot shoe part is able to balance most flashes on top of it. It's also tripod mountable. Transmitter doesn't lock and sits loosely in a hot shoe. Possible to accidentally slide it out of its place. RF signal is relatively weak and to... Read more

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  • posted bySharkoo on 12/26/2010

    -Definitely one of the cheapest flash triggers on the market. -Long Range! About 30m and it works -Build quality is quite good, and you get battery -Uses the transmitter and receiver to control the flashlight - Possible is to use only the receiver to control the flashlight (triggered by light 10... Read more

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  • posted bydbrunod on 05/04/2010

    Easy to use Good finish (compared to other ching ling products) Works like a charm. I use with canon digital cameras, and studio flashes. It works very well. The finish on the product does not look cheap. None so far except for the manual. The battery holder is a little "pain" to work with. Will... Read more

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