Yongnuo RF-603N II Wireless Flash Trigger Kit for Nikon DC2 Connection

BH #YORF603IN3 • MFR #RF-603II-N3
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Yongnuo RF-603N II Wireless Flash Trigger Kit for Nikon DC2 Connection
Key Features
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Range: 328'
  • Channels: 16
  • Flash Sync Speed up to 1/320 sec
This RF-603N II Remote Flash Trigger Kit from Yongnuo features two 16 channel, 2.4 GHz transceivers as well as a shutter release cable for remote triggering of Nikon cameras with a DC2 connection. Each transceiver has a male camera shoe on the bottom as well as a female hot shoe on top for triggering a flash unit. The system has a wireless range of 328' and can sync at speeds up to 1/320 second. Additionally, it has a dual-function shutter release with half-press and full-press capabilities.
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Yongnuo RF-603N II Overview

This RF-603N II Remote Flash Trigger Kit from Yongnuo features two 16 channel, 2.4 GHz transceivers as well as a shutter release cable for remote triggering of Nikon cameras with a DC2 connection. Each transceiver has a male camera shoe on the bottom as well as a female hot shoe on top for triggering a flash unit. The system has a wireless range of 328' and can sync at speeds up to 1/320 second. Additionally, it has a dual-function shutter release with half-press and full-press capabilities.

The transceivers can be placed in either single transmit or transceiver modes depending on your needs and can wake up flash units and cameras. Also, it has 2.5mm and PC sync ports for using additional cables in order to connect studio flashes or to different cameras. This kit comes with a shutter release cable for the DC2 connection. Also, each trigger runs on 2 AAA batteries.

Compatible Cameras

Nikon: D90, D3100, D3200, D5000, D5100, D5200, D5300, D7000, D7100, D600, D610, D750, Df, and COOLPIX P7800

Yongnuo RF-603N II Specs

Wireless
Channels16
Wireless Range328' / 100 m
Radio Frequency2.4 GHz
General
Sync Speed1/320 Sec
Connectivity
Ports1 x PC Sync
1 x 2.5 mm (Camera Shutter)
Electrical
Battery Type2 x AAA
Physical
DimensionsReceiver: 3.2 x 1.4 x 1.2" / 81.5 x 37 x 30 mm
Transmitter: 3.2 x 1.4 x 1.2" / 81.5 x 37 x 30 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.142 x 3.543 x 1.811"
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Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-08-07

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I recently got these for my Nikon D750. They work great as a shutter release, but I haven’t been able to figure out if they can also perform autofocus when being used as a shutter release (they have the half-press built in). Does anyone know if these can indeed autofocus when being used as a shutter release?
Asked by: Marshall
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Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-07-29

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will they work with an old high voltage vivitar 283?
Asked by: Don S.
While this trigger could work with an older Vivitar 283 flash, there are no tests to we are aware of to confirm their compatibility with one another nor does Yongnuo offer any information on the maximum sync voltage this trigger kit can withstand.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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Can you mount it on a tripod ?
Asked by: Anonymous
Not directly, no. To connect to a tripod, you would have to purchase a cold shoe adapter with a 1/4 -20 tripod mount, such as the Vello Cold Shoe Mount with 1/4 Thread, B&H # VECS20. The above accessory would allow you to place the Yongnuo RF-603N II Wireless Flash Trigger onto the cold shoe on the Vello mount, which you could then connect to a tripod.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Does this work with the Nikon 3500?

Does this work with the Nikon 3500?
Asked by: Caitlin
While this trigger kit can work on a D3500 to trigger a flash off camera, the remote shutter cable that is included does not work with it. This is due to the D3500 lacking a remote shutter release connection.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-03-25

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Does it work with the Nikon D5300?
Asked by: Johny
I don't have the D5300, I have the Nikon D7000 and D750 but I haven't had great luck with these. It's tricky because they are not TTL and don't work with TTL flashes. I honestly wish I could return them because I have no use for them.
Answered by: Eric J.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I'm having problems with Yongnou 603N too. I'm using the a d7100 on Manual mode and a sb910(Manual, standby off and off camera). The flash will not fire. Too check if it was set to the right channel, I used it as a shutter release, which DOES work. Is there some sort of compatiblity problems with this unit?
Asked by: Christopher T.
If you are having problems with the Yongnuo RF-603N II Radio Triggers. Follow these instructions to the letter and you should have success:Youngnuo RF 603N II InstructionsStore transceivers always without batteriesTo Set Up:Make sure all transceivers are on the same channelMake sure all transceivers are switched in OFF positionInstall batteries only in transceivers that will be in useTurn ON transceivers to TRX modeMake sure camera and flashes are in OFF positionCamera and Flashes must be in manual modeInstall Transceivers while they are ON and while the Camera & Flashes are OFFTurn on the Camera and Flashes. This should sync up everything
Answered by: Lenny R.
Date published: 2019-05-23
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