Wireless Trigger or Remote Control

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  1. tecboy

    tecboy No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I have Vello Freeware and another one with no brand name. Just curious, what wireless triggers or remote shutter do you have?


     
  2. Patriot

    Patriot No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The yongnuo triggers are great for the price. There is a review on them somewhere on the site.
     
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    I use yongnuo 622n triggers.
    (622n is for nikon, 622c is for canon)
    They support TTL and HSS.
    At $80 a pair they are a pretty good deal.
    I have 6 of them and have yet to have any issues with any of them.
     
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    I use phottix strato II.
     
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    yongnuo triggers
     
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    Pocket Wizards.
     
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    I had 4 Cactus V5 transceivers.
    The battery tray doesn't stay closed all the time,and one of them pissed me off enough to give it a high velocity flight into a block wall.
    Now I have 3.
    Don't buy them,they suck.
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