B&H # MOMG167A MFR # MG167A
"Very good...Great Gift...Great walkie talkies for the kids....Useful and easy to use for young and old alike."See more
You Pay: $39.89
B&H # WIPWP3Y MFR # PW-PLUS3-FCC-YELLOW
"Love it...Love it....I only bought 1 to try it out... I got a d7000 and a sb700 to try it out hence, it did not work out as plan... my flash does'nt have a pc sync so I ordered an adapter to remotely-sync-fire the flash and ordered another Plus 3... will update soon... first impression on the product... its solid... made in the USA, well built and looks awesome on the camera... hope it's durable....I made a little pounch out of old backpack material that I velcro to my lightstand so I didn't have to glue velcro to the top like a lot of other photographers seem to do...Not so good: They feel quite light and cheap to me."See more
You Pay: $135.00
B&H # WIFTT5N MFR # PW-FLEX-N
The FlexTT5 is the ideal addition to any Nikon i-TTL flash system. Since this system works on digital radio technology, it can support i-TTL operation around corners, out-of-sight, or in bright sunlight.
The FlexTT5 is a "Transceiver", meaning it can be used either as a transmitter placed into the camera's hot shoe, in combination with another FlexTT5 unit on the flash end, or as a receiver, with a MiniTT1 transmitter-only unit placed on the camera's hot shoe.
"i love...Worth it...Only reason I deducted a star is because I am still a beginner with these and cannot figure out why they seem to be inconsistent - I shoot and it get a great shot, wait a sec for the flash to repower for a second shot but it does not fire again....Not a lot to ask for I know, but after you've used a product which works about 90% of the time you come to appreciate it when your ger I've also used this package (minus the AC9) to put a speedlight close to my subjects while I backed off several meters so I could use lens compression for a more dramatic shot."See more
You Pay: $186.00
B&H # CASTE3RT MFR # 5743B002
Note: Because it does not have an optical transmission function, the Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT is not compatible with earlier Speedlite models such as 580EX II.
"Love it...So Nice...First off, I love Canon products, I have several canon bodies including the fantastic 5D mk lll and a bunch of pro canon glass as well as 4 600 ex rt flashes and a couple 580's I am a commercial photographer in Pittsburgh and I use them all the time....I have heard about the comments regarding it not having an infrared sensor for measuring distance from the camera, but I honestly believe there's no need for that if you are using the flashes in ETTL mode to measure the distances for you, to at least ensure a proper exposure (from the flash's perspective)."See more
You Pay: $285.00
B&H # WIPWPX MFR # PW-PLUSX-FCC
"Love it...The Best...Otherwise, this a great unit and I am thrilled to finally have a basic unit like this that doesn't chew up my wallet when I need a few of them....The unexpected surprise was that two of these and the correct cable work as a great remote trigger for a camera that doesn't have one otherwise, such as a EOS-1V or similar."See more
You Pay: $89.00
B&H # CASTE2 MFR # 2478A002
The ST-E2 sets and controls all functions of its slave units. The flash output ratio between groups A and B can also be adjusted from 8:1 to 1:1 or from 1:1 to 1:8.
Under low-light or low-contrast conditions it emits an AF-assist beam linked to the camera's focusing points.
Note: 420EX/430EX cannot be used as the master slave to trigger other flashes.
"love it...It Works...The only reason I gave this product a 4 star rating and not a 5 star rating is because when the unit was deliverd I was disapointed to find it did not come with a battery, which I had to go out and find before I could use it....So I shoot both Nikon and Cannon...decided I couldn't pay as much for less for Nikon, and from the megapixel and HD video Cannon was winning...so I duplicated a lot of equipment to Cannon...thus my background and history... So this controller is OK, does what it needs to."See more
You Pay: $224.95
B&H # WIMTT1C MFR # PW-MINI-C
"Love it...Love it!...I am very pleased by this little transmitter and am tempted to buy a 2nd to put on my 2nd body so that I can use my off camera lighting for either body I am using during a wedding or so that my 2nd shooter can use the off camera lighting as well....I have been on several events/award shoots where I had to place my monolights, synced with Power Wizard Plus II's, along the walls in a large room for a very long throw."See more
You Pay: $149.00
B&H # WIMTT1N MFR # PW-MINI-N
The MiniTT1 is the ideal addition to any Nikon i-TTL flash system. It works in combination with the FlexTT5 Transceiver, and since this system works on digital radio technology, it can support i-TTL operation around corners, out-of-sight, or in bright sunlight.
"Love it...It Works...Not a lot to ask for I know, but after you've used a product which works about 90% of the time you come to appreciate it when your ger I've also used this package (minus the AC9) to put a speedlight close to my subjects while I backed off several meters so I could use lens compression for a more dramatic shot....The only gripe I have is that when using my d600 at or below 50 percent battery power the high speed sync is no longer active and is limited to the camera's 1/200 sync rate, good thing I have 5 batteries for my camera."See more
You Pay: $169.00
B&H # WIPWPX2P MFR # PW-PLUSX-FCC-2
The PlusX Transceiver offers 10 channels that are easily navigated via the large backlit channel dial. Auto-Sensing technology allows it to instantly fluctuate between transmitter and receiver duties. The PlusX is fully backward-compatible with all other PocketWizard radios slaves and as well as flash units with built-in PocketWizard reception such as Sekonic, Photogenic, Norman, Bowens and Dynalite. Sync speeds as high as 1/250 sec. for focal plane shutters and 1/500 sec. for leaf shutters are possible with triggering speeds up to 14.5 frames per second. A hot shoe on the unit and a 3.5mm sync port allows connection to devices with or without hot shoes. This specially boxed kit includes 2 PlusX Transceivers, 1 miniphone to miniphone cable, 1 PC cord and 1 adapter. Two lanyards and an instruction book are also included. Use the items linked in the "includes" section for spec reference only.
"It Works...Love it....This would be a solid five stars if not for the fact that PocketWizard in all of their exclusivity failed to include a simple pc cord or two for off camera flashes....Looking for a simple but reliable way to sync my lights with my camera, I found this Pocket Wizard PlusX 2 pack to work perfect and for a great price."See more
You Pay: $169.00
B&H # YOYNE3RT MFR # YN-E3-RT
Convenience features include flash exposure lock, AF beam focus assist, modeling strobe and 9 custom functions. The YN-E3-RT transmitter will run for 10 hours of continuous use on AA/LR6 alkaline batteries. A power saving function shuts the unit down after being idle for 5 minutes to conserve batteries.
"Love It...So happy...Great trigger, fires my 600ex-rt 100% of the time with one caveat... I am often switching back and forth between off-camera flash and bracketing and when I switch to bracketing I have to not only power off this unit, I have to remove it from the camera body for bracketing to work properly....I am not a professional photographer so there might be performance levels, such as cycle times, or functions that others might demand that the unit does not deliver, but I am very pleased and I would buy another without hesitation."See more
You Pay: $75.00
B&H # IMPS16DCR MFR # POWERSYNC16D
PowerSync16 has 16 digitally coded channels available so you can even work at events with other photographers without flash or radio interference. You can trigger as many flashes or cameras as you like from a single transmitter, as long as they're all on the same frequency and have this PowerSync16 DC receiver or the optional AC receiver. Flash sync speeds of up to 1/250 second are possible with PowerSync16. Combine this receiver with a camera release cable to match your particular camera model and you can use the PowerSync16 system as a wireless camera remote control.
This receiver operates on 2x AA batteries. The PowerSync system is not designed to perform in TTL mode with flash units - the flash must be set to Manual Mode.
"Spot on...It rocks...I did some looking around and these seem to get a few good reviews in different places so I figured I would give them a try and so far they have worked great for what I wanted....Being a photographer on a budget, I do my homework thoroughly before making a purchase decision and I couldn't be more pleased with my decision to add this unit to my collection of gear."See more
You Pay: $94.99
B&H # VERFWC MFR # RFW-C
The FreeWave Fusion also provides the convenience of a wireless camera shutter release, ideal for photographing wildlife, and also for macro and close-up photos or long exposures, where the slightest camera movement can ruin a picture. Working on the 2.4 GHz frequency gives you reduced radio interference and an extended range (up to 320' (100m))—you don't need to have line-of-sight alignment, either, as radio waves will pass through walls, windows and floors.
"not bad...Great !...the second curtain sync function works flawlessly with flash triggers)Bottom line, I will recommend this flash trigger to anyone like me, who is now starting out as a student, or hobbyest, or for a solid, dependable introductory to off camera/wireless flash photography....It worked great (I also bought a softbox for a camera flash that I mounted to the remote receiver and a tripod-worked great."See more
You Pay: $79.95
B&H # MIGXT1000VP4 MFR # GXT1000VP4MID
"Love it!...Cool !!!...I use this product to communicate with my assistant during events such as weddings,, you can use it for personal reasons too, I have tested the radio 2 city blocks away with a lot of interference and it worked fine....We use them for our maintenance crew and they get pretty beat up - typically last about a year before they stop taking a charge or just shut down unexpectedly - Sometimes have to take out battery to reset."See more
B&H # IMPS16T MFR # POWERSYNC16T
PowerSync16 has 16 digitally coded channels available so you can even work at events with other photographers without flash or radio interference. You can trigger as many flashes or cameras as you like from this one transmitter, as long as they're all on the same frequency and have a PowerSync16 receiver. Flash sync speeds of up to 1/250 second are possible with PowerSync16.
The transmitter features a hot shoe mount and can be triggered directly from the camera. In addition, a PC sync cord is included, which allows the transmitter to be positioned off-camera to be triggered via the camera's PC socket. The transmitter operates on one 3V CR2450 battery.
The PowerSync system is not designed to perform in TTL mode with flash units - camera and flash must be set to Manual Mode.
"LOVE IT...Love it!...I did some looking around and these seem to get a few good reviews in different places so I figured I would give them a try and so far they have worked great for what I wanted....Being a photographer on a budget, I do my homework thoroughly before making a purchase decision and I couldn't be more pleased with my decision to add this unit to my collection of gear."See more
You Pay: $64.99
B&H # PRARTTL MFR # 901039
"Best M...Just Works...I have only ever used manual off-camera lights my entire career, but now with these high powered TTL and High Speed Sync lights I am more comfortable heading out for a small shoot on my own or knowing a big production will be that much more simplified....Everything is so near perfect, that it hurts my head how slow and unresponsive this thing is.You would imagine that at a pricetag of $, a remote should not think for a half second after you press the button."See more
You Pay: $419.00
B&H # CACACV6 MFR # CACACV6
"Very Nice...Works great....I cannot speak for Canon, although I imagine that a similar setup with Canon units would work just as well.Overall, I would buy these again and I highly recommend these triggers for anyone looking for radio flash with remote power control....As the Leica M240 does not incorporate an electronic shutter release, except on an occasion when I tether the Multifunctional Handgrip-M to a laptop, I simply resort to using a cable release or the camera's integrated self-timer."See more
You Pay: $56.67
B&H # VERFWLR MFR # RFW-LR
"5 star!...Love it...For me a big plus I like is that the camera transmitter can be folded down for a low profile....The Fact that I was debating if I would have to purchase another speedlight, and now I don't have to because the my Canon Speedlight, works when I connect the device to my New Nikon Camera, makes me so happy."See more
You Pay: $59.95
B&H # YOYN622CII MFR # YN-622C II
"Love it!...Not Bad!...Last year I purchase a Nikon camera which has all the benefits that I was missing in my Canon; however I still love the power and quality of the EX-600 so I experimented and discovered that I can use one YN-622C on a Nikon D810 and fire the Canon flashes....I've only had these YN transceivers for a month or so now, but I am really happy with them."See more
You Pay: $74.00
B&H # VERFWN MFR # RFW-N
The FreeWave Fusion also provides the convenience of a wireless camera shutter release, ideal for photographing wildlife, and also for macro and close-up photos or long exposures, where the slightest camera movement can ruin a picture. Working on the 2.4GHz frequency gives you reduced radio interference and an extended range (up to 320' (100 m)) - you don't need to have line-of-sight alignment, either, as radio waves will pass through walls, windows and floors.
"In Love...It Works...I can see that being very useful for capturing closeups of wildlife or also for being in group shots when the IR remote trigger can't be used due to ambient light....This is a good model if you don't have a lot of pressure to get photos or for family use."See more
You Pay: $79.95