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  • posted byHPsenicka on 02/15/2014

    Great price! Excellent value for anyone wanting to experiment with triggering multiple flashes, without a significant investment in more sophisticated radio triggers. No locking ring to secure to a cold-shoe mount. Can be troublesome when trying to use this in the vicinity of other flash as their... Read more

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  • posted byJohnBGoode on 12/09/2013

    Very easy to use - just put flash onto it and you are ready to go; Excellent range - inside a building it fires almost every time; It cooperates with almost every flash; it is cheap and useful; Allows you to use your tripod as a flash stand; works with every camera, even compact camera (this is a... Read more

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  • posted bydfd071270 on 09/09/2013

    If you have a flash dancing around, and you need more light, this is the cheapest way to get it. For those compact cameras that do not have a flash socket, or if you need to add light at a certain spot, is a must (for the price) As it is an external accesory, you have no way to control the light,... Read more

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  • posted byrobertoabe on 07/16/2013

    It delivers what it promisses. No delay, no problems. Very good product by a very low price. I didn´t notice any con. Very simplo to use, you do not need to be a photographer to use it. It is very intuitive and do not use any cable or wire. You only need to conect your flash on the gadget of... Read more

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  • posted bygdzsih on 07/05/2013

    Triggers old, high shoe voltage flashes Doesn't need batteries to operate Might not hold a heavier flash properly, but i had no problems. The flash shoe is not loose. I used it with a Chinon 3000XP without any problems. You can use this with your DSLR if you turn off TTL metering and focusing I a... Read more

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  • posted bydv188 on 04/10/2013

    very good product and good value for money in appearance seems a bit poorly assembled, but it works without problems. Can be distinguished from nedostakov probably only one that's not very high speed synchronization this is probably the most well-known outages infrokrasnny synchronizer for photo... Read more

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  • posted byxluccianox on 04/03/2013

    Very easy to use, you just plug it and it will do the work. Plus it has a tripod screw in case you want to place the flash in a tripod or some structure. I bought two of this and tried them with an old flash (National PE 200), a Canon 300 EZ and a Canon 320 EX, it worked perfect even moving the... Read more

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  • posted byLanmix84 on 03/08/2013

    Good optical flash trigger! Works great. It can be triggered with another flash light from distance up to 15 m. Sync with my Canon 550d (t2i) up to 1/200 s when using Canon EX 430 on my camera. This flash trigger fits all my flash lights just fine (Canon EX 430, YN 560, YY BY-18). It can be on No... Read more

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  • posted byMickey101 on 01/31/2013

    Small and cheap, reacts well on the other flashes. Handy to carry around The foot is a bit thin making it wobbly when mounted in a flash foot. Also, the instructions are all in Chinese. I've bought this unit so I can use my off camera flash as well as non-sony flashes together with the ones which... Read more

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  • posted byinscriptions75 on 12/29/2012

    This trigger is very well constructed, it works like a charm with visible light (flash light), its hot shoe is good, it is made with good quality plastics, and it's very reactive. It can visibly be used with other brand flash trigger models. no cons, it's really a good product. Just one thing, I... Read more

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