Pros: Very small
Very easy to use - you don't even need the manual
Low power consumption
Uses batteries from the Market Cons: Receiver a little wacky, should be used vertical instead of horizontal
Sometimes flash powers by itself even when changing to another channel.
Battery change of transmitter only with screwdriver by destroying the Varrant... Read more
Pros: Does exactly what it's supposed to do. If you're a strobist type photographer using manual flashes, this is a super cheap alternative to Pocket Wizards. There are a couple of channels to choose from. I've never had it interfere with any other device thus far... Cons: None really. The sender unit doesn't seem to have a way to change it's b... Read more
Pros: These are the first radio triggers I have tried as most are too expensive for by budget now that I have kids. I have tried them out inside and outside and I am happy with them. Cons: None for the price. The range is limited. I got less than 40 m and they do not like anything in the path. Line of sight only really OtherThoughts: I have got... Read more
Pros: Price. Free shipping. 4 Channels and no range problem. The only time you are out of range is when you are shooting an area so big that no strobe can even light up. Cons: Battery runs out in awhile if you forget to off it. Plastic construction, after a while the bolt will loosen the plastic and loose grip. But a few drop of epoxy of super... Read more
Pros: Easy to use, works fine with several flashes, so cheap that you can buy several these and have backup transmitters aside if one of them should broke. Cons: Range is quite small, but what you can expect with this prize? Great in inside use. Does not work well outside when it's cold (starts malfunctioning when the temperature is near or und... Read more
Pros: Works as described, very easy to set-up, the stated sync speed of 1/250s works on cameras that CAN sync to that speed so don't expect it to sync a 5D to 1/250. I didn't test the range to the limits but in a normal studio/room you can shoot from any place you like. Cons: Definitely build quality...the plastic feels cheap and you have a fee... Read more
Pros: Very small, lightweight. I can get it to fire up to 1/320, and when the flash is on the camera the max is 1/200 (on my nikon D90).
I have had no misfires.
I use it with the Yongnuo YN465 flash. The range is good, I can do at least 10 meters. I have not tested the maximum range.
No manual required, very easy to use. The Dipswitches speak f... Read more
Pros: Obviously, the price. You cant really beat this price. The trigger set feels pretty sturdy and good. Also, ive never really had any miss triggers yet. Cons: The remote reciever is of a somewhat problematic design.
I dont like that its long and thin, because when you use that hot shoe adapter metal bracket that sits underneath, the trigger... Read more
Pros: Price + free shipping! Zero problems syncing at 1/500th of a sec (on a Nikon D50). Any misfires were the fault of the flash (YN460 had issues, waiting for replacement). Does not work with flashes that don't use the middle contact to fire (Nikon SB-400: I'm looking at you). All other Nikon flashes should be fine. I used an Olympus FL36 fla... Read more
Pros: I got the package, put the batterys in, make a test-Trigger shot and saw at the LED that all was fine and put a Metz CF-42 Flashgun on one of the two I bought and it worked perfectly. On the second one I put an old Photo Porst Flash from the old analog days and it also works perfectly. Cons: I could not think of one. The package contains... Read more
Note:Stock and Availability shown on this site is for your reference only. While
we strive to provide the most accurate and timely stock and availability information,
availability information may become out of date and may change between the time
you added an item to cart and the time your order is received.
Quantities on clearance items are limited. Prices are current at time of posting. DX Reserves the right to change prices at any time without notice.