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I don't see why not. It's a single contact system. Unless Sony uses something completely different, it should work fine.
By Wick Smith on May 7, 2018
Hi Radek, thanks for your question. Our YNE3-RX is exactly what you need to be triggered by YN-E3-RT.
By Ayako Ohmura/Oomura on April 25, 2018
Hi M.Burnham, The compatible transmitter(master unit):YN-E3-RT/YN600EX-RT/ST-E3-RT/600EX-RT Parts of the compatible E-TTL flash list:Canon 600EX(RT)/580EXII/430EXII Yongnuo YN568EX(II)/YN565C/YN468C(II)/YN467C(II)/YN465C
By Terra on April 20, 2018
Hi JrBigs, The compatible transmitter(master unit):YN-E3-RT/YN600EX-RT/ST-E3-RT/600EX-RT Parts of the compatible E-TTL flash list:Canon 600EX(RT)/580EXII/430EXII Yongnuo YN568EX(II)/YN565C/YN468C(II)/YN467C(II)/YN465C
By Yukako Uemura on April 21, 2018
I have not experience with those particular falsh/speedlight models but I assume it will work... at least in manual I use them with Canon 580 EX II and 430 EX without a problem
By Gabriel M. on April 13, 2018
Yes, YNE3-RX is compatible with YN568EX II.
By Hakobe Chikuma on April 12, 2018
Hi Mareshalu, Yes, our YNE3-RX and YN-E3-RT can support HSS and also depends on the flash.
By Momomi Yoshino on April 8, 2018
Hi William, our YNE3-RX cannot work with Canon 580EX, but 580EX II.
By Binda on March 19, 2018
NO .. as an "Rx" receiver it "receives" the info from the camera by being placed on the HOT FOOT of the flash you are controling (i.e. 580EX) that doesn't have a builtin transceiver like a 600EX. On your 5Diii you'll need a Canon / YN-E3-RT (Radio Transmitter) to send the camera info from each TTL exposure to the flash… see more NO .. as an "Rx" receiver it "receives" the info from the camera by being placed on the HOT FOOT of the flash you are controling (i.e. 580EX) that doesn't have a builtin transceiver like a 600EX. On your 5Diii you'll need a Canon / YN-E3-RT (Radio Transmitter) to send the camera info from each TTL exposure to the flash units. The remote flash is controlled from the Canon (or YN) E3-RT controller mounted in the hot shoe of the camera. It can control up to 5 groups of 15 units in any combination of TTL or Manuel exposure. see less
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Reasonably priced, reasonably priced triggers will prevent it from working properly on early Canon Speedlights of non-II models. The Type II has been upgraded to communicate with Canon camera menus. Obviously, Yongnuo needs this feature. My 430EX will only trigger with minimal output. I am using the new Canon 430EXIII-RT, which is the RT master controller.
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January 13, 2018
I already have the Canon transmitter and a couple of Canon 600 EX-RT flashes. I was interested in this receiver to trigger a studio strobe at the same time as my Canon flashes are triggered. In the past, I have either had to rely on the optical slave of my studio strobe to sync with my Canon flashes, or a pocket wizard connected to my camera along with the Canon transmitter. Neither option is ideal. This receiver fills that gap. I am very pleased! Another feature of this receiver that piqued my interest is the test/release button. At times, I will use one of my Canon flashes to trigger my camera. Typically I will do this when taking a picture of my family with me in it. What I don't like about this is 1. The bulk of the flash in my hand can be difficult to hide, and 2. I cannot use that flash to light the picture. This is the first feature of this receiver that I tried when I received it. At first, I was quite disappointed because it seemed to do nothing. It is a 2-stage button with a nice feel to it, but it didn't do anything when I pushed it. Upon reading the instruction manual more closely, it specified a "short push" to test flashes, and a "long push" to trigger the shutter release on the camera. I had assumed that it was talking about the two stages of the release button. However, when I held the button down for 1 second, it did indeed trigger the camera. So, with a quick push (either one or two-stage), it will trigger the flashes when the button is released. If the button is held for a full second, the shutter will release on the camera, triggering the flashes when it does so. I really like the build quality of the receiver, apart from the battery door which seems a bit flimsy, and did pop off once when I was removing the receiver from a light stand. The cold shoe is metal and seems very solid. It is nice that it has a 1/4-20 thread socket on it. It does not lock down, so this could be a problem if a flash is mounted to the top. I will probably never attach a flash to this, so it doesn't affect me. I also like that the included sync cable has a threaded-locking PC plug on it. Good attention to detail.
October 25, 2017
By Frank kaufmann
October 6, 2017
August 27, 2017
I bought two and am now ordering 5 more, they work in group mode and keep all of the functions of the Canon 600ex-rt on a canon 580ex2 perfectly. The main two reasons to upgrade were radio control and group mode controls over 5 groups and the ability to turn them on and off and change them from manual to ettl or auto, this allows all of that perfectly. Also works with a Canon 270ex for a very small light that can be ettl or manual in any group, great to put in tight places. I have experience with the 622C and they worked perfectly and have been using the YN-E3-RT to use the 600's with any of my older bodies (5Dmark2's 1DS3's) and all work great.
August 26, 2017
I recently got this product along with a Yongnuo YN-E3-RT. All these products work wonderfully together so I can now successfully use my Alien Bees strobes alongside my Canon radio flashes (600 RT and 430's). These YNE3-RX units even come with the needed chords to attach to my strobes so I didn't need to buy anything extra. Very satisfied!
By Owen Egan
August 17, 2017
I bought two of these when they first came out. So far I have only shot a few hundred frames using them, but they have been very reliable so far. I have not tested their range, and I have not done extensive testing to carefully compare, e.g., TTL exposures using these vs. flashes with built-in radios. But in the few tests I have done, TTL seems to work fine, as well as manual power settings. For a trigger I mainly used the YN-E3-RT (Yongnuo clone of Canon ST-E3-RT) but I also tried the 600EX-RT and YN600EX-RT and these also worked. I used the YNE3-RX to fire Canon 600EX-RTs, a Canon 580EXII, the Yongnuo YN600EX-RT and a Godox AD360 / Streaklight 360. All of these seemed to work fine in TTL and/or manual mode. I also tried firing an older Canon 550EX, and this did not work. (It fired a tiny weak flash regardless of what settings were used.) All these were triggered using the unit's hot shoe. I also used the YNE3-RX to fire a small monolight using the PC-to-3.5mm syn cord that came with the unit. This also worked reliably. The build quality is typical Yongnuo - adequate but not on par with Canon. The LCD lights up nicely, and the interface is simple enough. It is not a complicated device, so if you have already set up channel and code info on a Canon 600EX, (and you can figure out how to set a clock-radio alarm without a manual) you won't have any problem with this thing. I'm pretty happy with what Yongnuo has managed to do by decoding Canon's RF system. First their YN-E3-RT and now this device give some reason to hope they will continue to make products that use Canon's system. A monolight with a built-in Canon-compatible RF receiver would be a great thing for people who would like to get into studio lights but would like to keep using their Canon triggers and speedlights. But for now, YNE3-RX gets you most of the way there...
By JUAN R CAUTON
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By Gabriel M.
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By William Rheaume
December 22, 2016
November 9, 2016
I have a Canon flash 600exRT already, but I bought this Receiver to attach to my 2nd flash ,Canon 580EXii , and using the YN-E3-RT Transmitter to trigger both flashes. It works ! In other words,using this Yongnuo Receiver,you somehow make your older flashes ( Optical-Based! ) to be come Radio-based ,to be compatible with new technology (Radio based) from the Canon 600 exRT, or the Yongnuo 600... make sure you set them all in same Channel number, same ID number.
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