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YONGNUO RF605N Wireless Flash Trigger & Shutter Release 16 Channels for Nikon Cameras

YONGNUO RF605N Wireless Flash Trigger & Shutter Release 16 Channels for Nikon Cameras

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Features:
Manual flash trigger for Nikon cameras with LCD display screen.
16 channels and 6 groups.
TX/RX/TRX multiple working ways.
A/B/C/D/E/F 6 groups (compatible with YN560-TX).
Wireless shutter remote control.
It can work with the older flash trigger RF603II, RF603 and RF602 as well.
Communication range up to 100M.
Function 1: As a Wireless Flash Unit Trigger
The flashes being mounted on these transceivers can be wirelessly synchronously triggered.
It is Hotshoe Pass-through, you can use a flash on top of your camera. 
It has "wake-up" function so you can wake up your flash just by pressing the shutter release button.
Function 2: As a Wireless Shutter Release
It can instantly trigger the shutter without disturbing the camera in the distance.
Function 3: As a Wireless Studio Flash Trigger
Using the Studio Flash Sync Cable, these transceivers can wirelessly synchronously trigger the Studio Flash(es). 
It is a good kit for studio photography.

Specifications:
Type: FSK 2.4GHz wireless remote control system
Transmission distance: 100m
Channels: 16 channels
Group: 6 Groups
Shutter release: half-press, full-press
Shutter interface: 2.5mm socket
Studio flash light interface: standard PC socket
Max Sync Speed: 1/320 second
Battery: 2 * AAA batteries(not included)
Package size: 13.5 * 10 * 4.5cm / 5.3 * 3.9 * 1.8in
Package weight: 200g / 7.06oz

Package List:
2 * Transceivers
1 * C1 Cable
1 * C3 Cable
1 * User Manual(English & Chinese)

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  • By William Webb

    December 19, 2017

    I am using these on a Nikon D610 with Altura flashes. These work great, they were easy to set up. I have some cheap trigger sets and they really feel cheap but get the job done. I needed a setup that I could use my flashes on or off hot shoe and fire one or all three flashes so I decided to give these a try. I'm impressed, they feel solid not cheap. They work well and do exactly what I need them to do. The LCD screen is nice, easy to read and the on/off switch is on the side making it easy to get to. The wheel you tighten them down into the hot shoe is also a nice design much better than my other set of triggers. I like them so much I'll be ordering another set!

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  • By avengerhed

    December 12, 2017

    I'm using these to remotely trigger an SB-600 from a D500 with great results. I was really disappointed that Nikon removed the CLS control feature from the D500 when they dropped a built-in flash. That was my go-to trigger method when using the SB600 with my D90 and it kinda bites that a camera that costs twice as much new and has 7 years of improvements can't do what the D90 can. But gripes aside, these triggers were just the ticket to getting me back to off-camera flash. Setup is incredibly easy and intuitive. I never had a single triggering issue. I was primarily shooting with the flash at 1/8th or less power and firing at 3FPS and i have no frames where the flash didn't trigger. The capability to remote trigger the camera from the flash unit is nice, too. For the price, these absolutely cannot be beaten. They feel and act a lot more expensive than they are!

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  • By Emanuel Brunson

    September 13, 2017

    I received these transceivers with Amazon Prime. Packaging was very well done. I was using Phottix Stratos which were good but each piece only has one function so when my transmitter stopped working I had the choice to reinvest with Phottix and get a more substantial transmitter or count my losses and transition now. The YONGNUO transceivers are very well made and for the price 2 for $33 it was a steal. The learning curve took me about 5 minutes and I was out of the door on my way to a gig shooting portraits as a favor for a friend. I loved the bank of controls, the backlit LCD panels and the status leds on each transceiver. Highly recommended if you don't want to invest a lot in triggers but still want a quality product. I have only had them a couple of days so I will review this again after some more time with the product.

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  • By eagle79

    August 24, 2017

    I purchased this primarily for use as a remote release for my d300 and selected it because it can also be used for remote flash triggering (something I'm hoping to gain some experience with). I was pleased to see how flexible these little remotes are. I can use it as a simple remote release trigger, use the camera-mounted unit as a wireless flash trigger (with a flash on top if desired), or even use the unit mounted on the off-camera flash to remote release the camera and fire the flashes. Units feel relatively solidly built, though the battery compartment doors could latch a little more securely than they do. Everything is very responsive and (though I've not done any real range testing) I've not had a single misfire yet. My biggest complaint is that the interface is not particularly intuitive and the instructions (while usable) could be written a little more clearly. But then, the same thing can be said for the Nikon SB-800s I'm using...

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  • By Joel Aparicio

    August 7, 2017

    Ok first review ever for the RF-605's. Anyways I just got them in and wow. This is everything that needed to happen to the RF-603NII. Right away out of the box popped in fresh batteries and they sync'd right away with each other. Also the pic doesn't really show it that well but they light up with green buttons and the screen is bright and easy to read. No weird issues that I had with the 603's. I did an initial torture test and using 1/250 sec shutter sync speed I blasted off close to 300 shots in a row and had 0 miss fires. Now I only gave it 4 stars for now because I have not had that much time with them, but depending on use over time my rating may change better or worse. Also you actually get both of the different kinds of sync cords for Nikon camera's (usb and pc'ish) so they should work with any Nikon you have. I really think Yongnuo has stepped up their game with these and given Pocket Wizard a run for their money, but like I said time will tell. I am thinking of doing a video review and distance test, I will post a link later if people want to see that.

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  • By MB

    June 29, 2016

    Agree that the battery door is flimsy. The on/off switch too. But a great deal nonetheless. Sync test with D7100 was OK up to shutter speed 320, that's useful. Usage a bit confusing. Found out that: * the "TX" mode really means "on-camera" mode: transmits flash trigger signal (when the camera tells it to), and receives shutter release signal (from the remote unit, if used that way) - can even do both simultaneously in same unit for the same shot! This observation directly contradicts what the user manual says. * the "TRX" mode really means "off-camera" mode: receives flash trigger signal, and transmits shutter release signal upon button press. If the on-camera unit is in TRX mode, it doesn't trigger the remote unit. It has to be in TX mode. Despite receiving some things, the TX mode is supposed to drain the batteries more slowly than the TRX mode. My conjecture is that it activates the receiver only part time, say for a very brief period every 1/10 of a second. That is enough to respond to a manual press of the button on the remote unit, since a short delay there is not a problem. Moreover, when you press the button halfway it already responds (green light, and causes the camera to autofocus), and the receiver probably stays on while you press the button further to release the shutter. On the other hand, the remote unit needs to keep its receiver on continuously, since when a signal arrives it needs to fire the flash within a millisecond to fit within the moment that the camera's shutter is open. I thought I'd go with the Phottix Strato triggers, which are superior to the Yongnuos: seem more solidly built, have a nicer user interface IMO, faster responding, and have a 1/4" thread on the base of the receiver. But Yongnuo won me over by (1) adding the missing features: locking mount (603ii & 605), and grouping (605), still at 1/3 the price of the Phottix, and (2) offering the YN560iii with built-in receiver and YN560iv with built-in transceiver, and the 560tx controller, all at very attractive prices. It is much nicer not to have to mount the speedlites on external receivers. Thus I see the role of the RF605 as auxillary to the 560 family, for when you want to use additional off-camera flashes without built-in radios.

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  • By Judy Florian

    December 15, 2017

    Great inexpensive wireless remote trigger device. Can trigger your remote flash or use to remote trigger the camera.

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  • By A***f

    December 14, 2017

    Work great, using them on my Nikon D750 and they fire my flashes every time with no misfires. Surprisingly well made for chinese products as most of them are cheaply made however, these feel and look great.

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  • By Alberth A.

    November 10, 2017

    I can't complain at all about this purchase, it works perfectly for my needs and never fails.

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  • By A. Musgrove

    November 8, 2017

    Great Value. Nothing bad to say. they are easy to set up.

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  • By Chuck

    October 24, 2017

    I love the fact that I can use this with my D500 and not spend a ton for OCF (off camera flash), they work great! Yes, they only work in manual but they work flawlessly. I plan on buying more triggers from Yongnuo and the wireless controller for the 622N (I have the 605N models now and will be buying the 622N as well). If you want some inexpensive but well made wireless triggers, buy some of these! Spoiler alert, they work with the D850 too!

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  • By James R.

    August 14, 2017

    Works up to 1/250 with D810 long life on battery.

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  • By SHunt

    June 15, 2017

    The instructions were a little challenging, but the end results were the transmitters work. I’ve used them on a photo shoot and had no problems.

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  • By Gene Moretti

    May 19, 2017

    Works great on my Nikon D7200, liked it so much I ordered another set. Great price and built with quality.

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  • By Ginger T.

    May 17, 2017

    Fill the need to some time to sync we the camera Nikon D 7100

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  • By AEA

    May 15, 2017

    Works perfectly well / batteries last for ever / using it with my D7100 slow shutter speed or in Bulb works great even far from camera very sensitive so yes a great item 👍

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  • By Kindle Customer

    May 11, 2017

    They work as promised. Easy to set up and use.

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  • By b***i

    April 19, 2017

    Works fine and fully met my expectation.

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  • By Catherine S.

    April 12, 2017

    Incredible value for the price; instructions can be confusing, but once set up, these things are great! Allows me to take family portraits with me in the frame :)

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  • By Michael

    April 5, 2017

    This product is great for two things. For a standard off camera flash, hot shoe or PC cord connection, I've used it for both. This model does not do high speed sync but I use it with an older manual flash unit and it worked great. I use Nikon and the included cords allow me to connect it as a remote trigger on both the D300 and D7100 which is a very cool extra feature. It's an amazing product for the price.

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