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Hi, I use three RF-603c II's with my 6d. I use one on the camera as a trigger, and two as receivers on two flashes (Yongnuo YN568EX [which also has five contacts] and a Neewer TT560). They only work on the TRx mode, but they've been working perfectly so far. You've checked that the channels on the trigger/remotes are s… see more Hi, I use three RF-603c II's with my 6d. I use one on the camera as a trigger, and two as receivers on two flashes (Yongnuo YN568EX [which also has five contacts] and a Neewer TT560). They only work on the TRx mode, but they've been working perfectly so far. You've checked that the channels on the trigger/remotes are set to the same combination? I can't think of anything else that could be a problem. Like I said they work perfectly with my 6d. So much so that I'm about to order two more RF-603C II's to go with another flash that I just got. Hope you get it sorted out. Best of luck. see less
By Solaceinsorrow on May 1, 2018
Yes it will. I've used them with my 6D numerous times.
By Police Box on January 14, 2018
Yes, it does come with a sync cord for Canon EOS cameras. In this case I also have a 7d and it works perfectly.
By Greg Hoover on April 21, 2018
Hello It is included Thank you
By Shining Star Photo INC SELLER on May 15, 2018
--yes, C1 cable will help you use RF603 trigger as a wired and wireless shutter releaser. if use as flash trigger,
By Rapid LLC SELLER on May 8, 2018
They will work as long as you have the right cord for the camera
By Mr imperfection on May 10, 2018
It doesn't have HHS or any high sync speed but it will work on canon Dslr also you can't control your flash with the camera manue only on the flash
By Joseph Pal on May 7, 2018
603 can help 5DIII trigger the YN560II. but flash mode have to do setting on the flash light itself.
By LAMZIX SELLER on May 3, 2018
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By E. Milkunic
December 30, 2017
I've owned this product for about 3 months now and I just fallen in love with it. I own 3 Pocketwizards II which I use with my studio lights but I've been looking for a trigger cable which would trigger the camera and flash simultaneously. That set up for Pocketwizard would have cost me about 60 to over 100 bucks alone so I took a chance with the Yongnuo's. I got the 2 Trigger package which came with a shutter release cable for about 30 bucks. I love it so much that I ordered another set for a 2 light set up and wireless trigger system. I've read many negative reviews on where people are having trouble putting the flash on it and securing it on the light stand! Not to be rude or anything but those people should probably stick to natural lighting or educate themselves more on how to properly set up a lighting system. The only negative thing about the trigger would be that you have to turn it on before you mount the flash but beside that love those little buggers!
October 19, 2017
Bought a pair of these a while back and got another pair as a backup. Old and new units play together nicely if set to the same frequency (of course). I can now trigger three flash packs/monolights/speedlights without relying on optical slaves, which don't work in an event since every casual shooter is using a flash. These are reliable, do what they should, and are one of the few decent looking products of its type out there. Most are terribly styled and look like hobby grade junk, which in fact what most of these things are. You can at least get away with using a cheap radio trigger without looking like a total noob. I first started using these with older Speedotron pro gear in my studio, to protect my DSLRs from the high trigger voltage. Never failed and saw no reason to go to the more expensive Pocket Wizard triggers since I don't need any more than basic features.
October 16, 2017
My RF-602 triggers are aging and that CR2 battery is a real PITA, so I thought I'd try picking up a set of the RF-603II triggers not only for the numerous improvements (locking ring, on/mode switch on the SIDE of the unit, the test button working in hand, etc.) but because these would be compatible without modification with my micro four-thirds camera (Panasonic G3). Worked great out of the box on both my Canon and Panasonic cameras. But. Whether I got a bad unit or a bad cable, I don't know, but the set could not be used as a shutter release with my 50D and 5DMkII, so I am returning them. In addition, I could not get another feature that was mentioned in the specs to work at all, which was the use of the PC port as a triggering input (from, say, a camera's PC port or a light meter) in Tx mode. I like to use a small optical slave in conjunction with the pop-up flash of my Powershot S90 to do radio off-camera flash triggering sometimes (I'm just weird that way), and it works fine with my RF-602s (which are old enough to still have the PC input port on the Tx unit). Couldn't get it to work. And the manual that came with the triggers describe the PC port as an output only (just like on the Mk I 603s). So if this was the feature you wanted the triggers for, you may want to wait and see if anybody reports success on this. Other than that, the triggers were great are popping off remote flashes in my testing, and I'm sorry the other features didn't work as I expected them to.
September 9, 2017
Replaced a different manufacturer's aftermarket wireless release. Old one had an intermittent lag. This thing fires every time. I like very much that it uses plain AAA batteries. (Everything should). Have been using it exclusively to fire the camera. Unit does not have provision for a lanyard or neckstrap. Solved that with a whistle lanyard and some Goop adhesive. Connecting cord really ought to have a 90 degree elbow. End that connects to the unit sticks straight out and will eventually get broken. Just ordered a second pair.
By Tim L.
July 14, 2017
If you are looking for a budget flash trigger, look no further. For the price, these just can't be beat. Some of the things I really like about these: Small, takes AAA batteries Work at great distances, a 100m actually seems accurate Triggers each time (tested for two days, about 1000 shots and fired every time) Each trigger can be used as a transmitter or transceiver (transmit and receive), great for when you want to use a light meter On and Off switch on the side (actually switch between OFF, TX, TRX) 1/320 sync speed, I could only test with my Canon 7D at 1/250th Comes with cable for triggering camera remotely, make sure to get correct model for you camera (C1, C3, N1, etc...) Has a Nut so it can be tightened to camera and/or flash Works with Yongnuo 560III So far I have not found anything I don't like about these. Make sure to get Yongnuo RF603 II, the originals RF603 do not have the same options. Ok, so I've had these for several months now, they are still working great, I've even ordered a few more, have about 8 now. The distance that these triggers work is amazing, inside and outdoors.
July 12, 2017
I have 6 of these. 4 of the old style and now two of the new. They are reliable and compact and work with any camera when paired with the right cable. I mostly use them to trigger my camera but they can also be used to trigger strobes. I am glad to see the power switch has been moved to the side so you can reach it when something is mounted above the trigger. Now if they can make the battery doors not fall apart when dropped that would make this review 5 stars. I dropped one and broke the clip on the battery door the first day I got these new ones. Out of the 6 triggers I have, 4 of the battery doors are broken and I have to tape them on. Hey Yongnuo, fix that and these would be nearly perfect.
June 23, 2017
The 603s do not work with the sony without a mod. open up the unit and solder a 120K ohm or 130K ohm 1/4 watt resistor between the VIN (+ terminal) and the J6 terminal (yellow wire). It works, at first you might think that it doesn't, if the screen on your flash has this -- instead of a flash power, just hit the buttons to cycle through the powers and then your flash will work great. That was my dumb mistake that took a moment to realize. There is some questions about it matching up with higher speeds. I didn't get a chance to test that yet. I did take a few test shots after the mod, with the 603 on my sony a58 and it worked well. The resistor I bought was from eBay and came in a pack of five. Received them in an envelope in two days.
June 15, 2017
They work now... At first I could not install onto the camera, or into the flash stand nor into each other, I checked all part numbers and do have all correct items for canon units, I had to file both units lock pins with a small file until they would slide into each other then into the camera. After installing batteries and set up the units per instructions I was always getting shots that were way over exposed no matter what I did with the camera settings. Once setting the flash (speedlite 430EX) into manual and turning down the flash output to 1/64 which is my min. I was able to get good shots.
June 14, 2017
I was excited to see Yongnuo introduce a new model - I love their flashes, the CTR-301P transmitters and the RF-602 transmitters. The RF-603 is their newest generation of wireless flash transmitters -- they look similar to the RF-602 receivers, but go for a new route. Rather than a Transmitter and Receiver, these are "Transceivers" - meaning they do BOTH. If you buy 4 of them, you can put 3 on different cameras (as transmitters) and 1 on a flash (as a receiver), or put 1 on a camera (transmitter) and 3 on flashes (receivers), or any combination. With the RF-602's I bought 3 receivers and 3 transmitters (for the times I use multiple cameras), this would have allowed me to purchase fewer. Similar idea to the PocketWizards. The RF-603's (like the 602's) can also act as a wireless camera shutter release -- plug the release cable (one is included -- make sure you get the right one for your camera) into a receiver and connect it to a camera, and use the other transceiver to trigger it (by pressing the button on it --
April 20, 2017
These guys seem to work well when using either the remote flash function *or* the remote trigger function, just not both. I have a bit of a fix, but let's start off with the basics: Setup is super easy; I have the remote flash working within 5 minutes of the box landing on my doorstep. Batteries go in, one unit placed on my 5DM2 and one acts as hot shoe for my speedlite flash. Camera mounted on a tripod and speedlite on a light stand. Press the shutter release and LIGHT! Too easy. Next I move to mix in a third trigger and cable release for remote trigger functionality. Press the remote unit and LIGHT! "Wow" I think, "these are awesome."
By Moises F.
April 16, 2017
I was a little skeptic in buying this product but once I did I was really surprised with how easy it is to use and how well it work. The first time using this product I was shooting an engagement shoot and the only issue I found was that there was another photographer at the venue. it seemed that he had either the same transmitter or was transmitting on the same frequency as I because I was noticing that my 430X II was being triggered when I was not taking pictures. I was able to work around it. This may be a problem depending the situation but it was something I saw this may be an issue for some people. My photo session was outdoors and the flash was being used as a fill light.
March 23, 2017
I almost forgot what I bought this for. This thing has so many uses. I bought it for the wireless remote flash capability but it also works as both a wired or wireless remote for the camera. The buttons on it are two stage which is easy to feel and they work just like the shutter button on the DSLR, at least they do like on my Canon 50D. The remote flash capability works fine. I am please with the ability to move the flash closer to the subject or use it for back fill. Like the Yongnuo wired remote flash this set is well made. It doesn't feel cheap or lightweight. There is no slag or rough edges. I am not a professional photographer, just a serious hobbyist, as such I'm very happy to get a this set that lets me experiment with moving the flash around without spending a lot of money.
March 20, 2017
Excellent wireless flash trigger for the price. Since my interest was in learning/using off-camera flash, whether hand-held for more interesting light effects or remote placement to under-light or back-light a shot, I just needed a simple trigger. Any flash power adjustments I make manually before the shot. I'd have given five stars but the instructions were somewhat unclear and minimalistic. I spent quite awhile thinking the triggers didn't work and searching the web for solutions. The lights on them showed connection and the flash "should" have gone off...
By L. Turner
March 16, 2017
These are great. I was stuck with a flash and a camera that could not operate in "master" mode and considering buying an expensive master flash. I knew these type of things existed, but most are in the hundreds of dollar range. These are an amazing value, well made, and very reliable. HOWEVER, there is no hot shoe lock. No lever, no screw down, so they very easily wiggle out of the hot shoe and cause the flash not to function. I learned to push the trigger in to the hot shoe on my camera before each shot, but that is a bit tedious. I am not sure why it won't lock; it's fine with a flash on a flash stand, but one has to go on your camera hot shoe and should be able to be secured. Regardless, I would highly recommend these, I'd had many pros tell me they are just as good as the "big names!"
By Dave Linger
March 3, 2017
Everything seems to work quite well. They use normal AAA batteries and use dip switches to change the channel. One LED represents the powered-on state, and the other represents when the flash is "ready" (shutter button down halfway for example). There are two minor problems, both with the physical design. First, EVEN WITH YONGNUO'S OWN FLASHES, the on/off switch is placed such that it cannot be switched once a flash is attached. It's blocked. They could have put the switch ANYWHERE else to allow me to switch the units off without disassembly. Second, there's no way to secure the shoe mount to the camera. It's pretty light and holds in there relatively well on its own, but it's hard to trust it. It slides right out with the slightest tug. This isn't a big deal using the transceivers on off-camera flashes, because off-camera flash mounts have clamps that hold onto the shoe mounts, but it's a minor thing that would have made it seem much sturdier. But other than those two minor physical annoyances, the actual FUNCTION of these units is perfect. I haven't had a single issue, and the "ready" light is great to visually tell that the flashes WILL fire when the shutter is released without actually doing so.
March 3, 2017
These triggers will not work out-of-the-box with the Olympus OMD EM-1 camera. I purchased these triggers and a single Yongnuo YN-560-III speed light with the hopes of using them as an off-camera flash system. I intended to put one trigger on my camera and then use the internal receiver of the 560 as the other. I'll keep this short - the YN 560 flash works great on the OMD. No problems at all so go ahead and get that flash if you're looking for a good flash (it will be full manual with no TTL). However, the 603 trigger's pins are not configured correctly such that the OMD can trigger them when the shutter is pressed. Fear not, if you can solder or know someone who can then you can mend this issue in ten minutes.
February 14, 2017
After reading the positive reviews (on this site and others) I decided to make my purchase. I've used them on a couple of photo shoots (60D + triggering 2 YH560 and 1 430EX II) and I must say this product delivers! I'm an amateur budget minded photographer. These are budget priced, it doesn't mean low quality. Of course there are some flaws, for example: the channels are accessed though the battery casing and you'll need a small screwdriver to change the channels. In my opinion work around the flaws, its not about (with exception to glass and camera) what brand are in your arsenal, its about how you use your gear efficiently.
January 27, 2017
The devices do work well though. I grabbed to kits and was able to fire strobes and speed lights remotely. I also fired the shutter on my 7D remotely as I fired my T3i across the room. I was able to have both cameras fire my strobes. While both cameras had a speed light and trigger attached, firing one camera makes both speed lights go off. Not that big of a deal, but It would be nice to have been able to use the triggers with speed lights on both cameras and have the speed lights go off only for the corresponding camera.
January 25, 2017
I ordered these along with a YN560 III flash, turns out you only need one of them because the flash has a receiver integrated (which is great) and in theory you can use the extra transceiver as a shutter release remote... and here is the thing, for this feature to work you need a cable connected from the transceiver you place in the hotshoe to the shutter release port in your camera and in this package the cable provided does not fit my SL1 it only fits high end Canon cameras like the 7D... anyway, I'm yet to figure if I get the right cable would if actually work, which I think it will... Other than, and for its intended primary purpose the transceivers work great!
September 1, 2016
They work perfectly with my setup.Having taken around 100 shots, since receiving these, there were no misfires using the "TRX" setting on the side switch. I have enough confidence in these to have just placed an order for another set. The fact that these are multi-functional "transceivers" that can play either a receive or send function you get a lot of value for the dollar, especially when you consider that a pair of Pocket Wizard X units run $180. For me in buying two sets that's a $300 savings. Although I haven't had the opportunity to test the range, it is listed at 100m and I can't see my use ever getting to that range as I'm usually in a studio or at short range outdoors, using to either complement or overpower natural lighting. Again, for the enthusiast, or even the professional, you really won't believe the quality and performance of these thirty-dollar radio remotes.
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