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Q & A
This won't pass the ttl signals through....tried this with a d7000 and a ttl flash. Only works with flash in manual
By keith truman on May 3, 2018
Works great with my Nikon 750 and Nikon speedlight.
By James Tansey on April 15, 2018
this device is design for all nikon yongnuo and other third party flash light, so technically it work for vivitar.
By Yuri Sakurada on April 11, 2018
Works great on my Nikon D800 so it will do fine for you.
By Roger Hunter on April 11, 2018
dont think so
By Asaka Kubo on April 8, 2018
dont think so
By Mai Houshou on April 6, 2018
First of all, the Yongnuo model you choose is Brand/Model specific. The RF-603NII is for models like D700, D800, D750, D4. The connecting cord pictured is used to connect the remote to the camera port.
By garykn on March 31, 2018
It should, it eorks with my SB 800 and SB 910
By Kip Shawger on March 5, 2018
Hello N1 inappropriate, N3 can.
By Baltodano on March 3, 2018
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November 10, 2017
Got these to use with my D700, and I have no complaints. If I remember correctly, the cord only needs to be plugged into the camera if you would like to use the other second trigger to activate the shutter via the button on top. I also used these in conjunction with another set of Yongnuo Flash triggers by stacking them on the camera and having one on each of two flashes. It took a little bit of playing around, but overall worked quite well. If you can't get a pocketwizard, these are a great option.
August 15, 2017
I have this set up on my Nikon d810 with Yongnuo-568EX flash for Nikon and could not get it to work initially. Searched online for solutions and could not find one. Went through all the necessary typical troubleshooting steps ( checked batteries, made sure contacts were lined up correctly, made sure flash was in manual mode, tested the flash, etc ) The unit would not fire the flash, sync cord worked fine as a trigger release, however it would not focus the lens ( I realized pretty quickly it is because I use back button focus on the camera which disables the shutter half press focus operation, once i changed it back it focused the lens fine with the usual half press of the button ) The manual is pretty useless and did not provide much instruction. I then removed the batteries from the trigger and tried changing the dip-switches to another setting other then the factory default, in this case I used setting number 3. I re-connected the triggers to everything and it now works fine.
August 6, 2017
This wireless Trigger does work for slaving our Nikon D300S camera to to our main Nikon D800 camera (and vice versa), definitely excellent solution for taking "same" picture moments with different positions/angles and lenses. But, regardless of how the flash mode is set in the slave camera, this Trigger does not work with Flash photography because of the apparent time lag in triggering the slave camera's shutter. The Flash units will sync correctly with the main camera but the slave camera shoots "after" the Flash has ended (in all sync modes for Flash on the slave Nikon). This issue may well be due to the internal design of the Nikon cameras and can be solved by providing separate Flash unit(s) for the slave camera.
By J. M. Escuin
July 3, 2017
The first time I bought Yongnuo wireless triggers was with my D700. Since I got them, I've never had any issues. They work at almost any angle. I've even put them in my pocket and it still worked! I've mostly used it with self portraits though, so I can't comment on using them with flash systems. Same with the distance, I've never tried them any further than 10 feet. Now with this new version for the D800, I've never had any issues as well. It's almost the same size as the ones I use with my D700. They are light and small so you can put them in your pocket. They are very easy to use. Just plug and play. I highly advise getting these for the D800 as they don't cost too much compared to the other models out there.
May 28, 2017
I love this flash trigger. I have been using it for at least a year without fail I work at a magazine and I am using it all of the time. I can't believe how awesome this thing works. It is so versatile It can actually allow you to use two flash systems at once. If you are using strobes in your studio and you run out of light then you can hook these up to more strobes or speedlights and use your flashing system along with them. These things are awesome. I just learned that you can use them as remote triggers. Yes I realize that it says that right in the description but sometimes you space out. I'm even more in love with them now this is better than sliced bread this is awesome. I haven't used them at full 100M but everytime I have used them they work and work and work. I use them on all of my shoots when I'm not in the studio and now since I've found the remote trigger function I'm sending my other remote trigger back and will only be using these. I'm in heaven.
May 3, 2017
I used these regularly on outdoor and indoor shoots. I use Yongnuo flashes with Nikon D750 and a D7100 and sometimes a Nikon D4. They work flawlessly and have handled quite a bit of abuse. I had one off camera flash set up in a farm field with a truck. Heavy winds took the OCF and blew it almost 100 yards away. It rolled and bounced. The flash and wireless remote were fine and still laying together. It was put back to work about 15 minutes later (with added weight for the stand) and they performed perfect.
By Stephen Peralta
October 16, 2017
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By Tamas Demjen
July 31, 2017
The original RF-603 is for Nikon and Canon only. You can also use this device to remotely trigger your camera for selfies. However, in that case you must pay very close attention to which version you're buying, down to the exact camera model. The D5200/7100 requires a different one than the D700/D800. I can recommend this product for cost-sensitive hobbyists, especially for Nikon and Canon, but also for other brands that offer a standard hot shoe.
By Pete S.
June 25, 2017
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By John A.
June 15, 2017
I purchased these along with some speed lights to start playing around with strobe photography. I picked these up to use as a remote trigger for my camera. These are basically plug and play. The button on the remote trigger works just like the shutter release button on your camera, half depress focuses, full press fires the shutter.
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