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Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit for Nikon

BH #YORF605N • MFR #RF-605 N
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Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit for Nikon
Key Features
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Range: 328'
  • Channels: 16
  • Flash Sync Speed up to 1/320 sec
This RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit from Yongnuo features two 16-channel, 2.4 GHz transceivers as well as a shutter release cable for remote triggering of Nikon cameras. Each transceiver has a male camera shoe on the bottom as well as a female hot shoe on top for triggering a camera or flash unit, a wireless range of 328' and sync speeds as short as 1/320 second. Additionally, each has a dual-function shutter release with half-press and full-press functions to wake and fire your device.
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Yongnuo RF605N Overview

This RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit from Yongnuo features two 16-channel, 2.4 GHz transceivers as well as a shutter release cable for remote triggering of Nikon cameras. Each transceiver has a male camera shoe on the bottom as well as a female hot shoe on top for triggering a camera or flash unit, a wireless range of 328' and sync speeds as short as 1/320 second. Additionally, each has a dual-function shutter release with half-press and full-press functions to wake and fire your device.

The transceivers can be placed in either single transmit or transceiver modes depending on your needs and can wake up flash units and cameras. Each has both 2.5mm and PC sync ports for using additional cameras or flashes. Each transceiver is powered by 2 separately purchased AAA batteries and comes with a shutter release.

Attributes
  • 16 channels
  • 6 groups (compatible with YN560-TX)
  • Range: 328' (100 m)
  • Wireless camera triggering possible
  • LCD screen displays shortcut keys
  • Yongnuo TX/RX/TRX compatible
  • Yongnuo RF605N Specs

    Key Specs
    Channels
    16
    Wireless Range
    328' / 100 m
    Inputs/Outputs
    1x PC Sync
    1x 2.5 mm (Camera Shutter)
    Battery Type
    2x AAA
    Wireless
    Channels
    16
    Wireless Range
    328' / 100 m
    Radio Frequency
    2.4 GHz
    General
    Sync Speed
    1/320 Sec
    Connectivity
    Inputs/Outputs
    1x PC Sync
    1x 2.5 mm (Camera Shutter)
    Electrical
    Battery Type
    2x AAA
    Physical
    Dimensions
    Transmitter: 3.34 x 1.61 x 1.37" / 85 x 41 x 35 mm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight
    0.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
    6.6 x 3.9 x 1.85"

    Yongnuo RF605N Reviews

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    Does it work with the Nikon D500?

    Does it work with the Nikon D500?
    Asked by: Linda
    Yes , with 10 pin connector
    Answered by: Shalom
    Date published: 2020-08-27

    Is Yongnuo RF-605 N compatible with a the Nikon ...

    Is Yongnuo RF-605 N compatible with a the Nikon D5300?
    Asked by: Karl
    Yes it is compatible with a Nikon D5300.
    Answered by: Reuben
    Date published: 2019-04-10

    If I buy 3 of these, can I use one as the ...

    If I buy 3 of these, can I use one as the "trigger" (hand held) and the other two deployed as one on the camera (as a receiver) and the other on my speedlight, separately from the camera (as a receiver), firing the flash simultaneously with the release of the camera's shutter?
    Asked by: richard
    If you wish to trigger your camera and lights you will need two separate sets of them. One set for shutter release, and the other set on another channel to do the lights. If you use them on the same channel you will pop the lights before the shutter can move. For your example of two lights that would be 2 transceivers for the lights 1 transceiver for the camera in the shoe for the flash. 1 transceiver connected to the shutter release port and 1 in your hand. The total would be 5 transceivers.
    Answered by: Reuben
    Date published: 2019-03-15

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    Will 605n work with nikon d7200 n sb700? I have 603 nii, and it doesn't work with d7200. I found same issue also in you tube. 603nii work well in my d5500 before
    Asked by: Tatag A.
    Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not offer a compatibility list showing both the Nikon SB-700 and D7200 as compatible with this trigger. That being said, your results may vary.
    Answered by: Kirk R.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

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    will this work for Yongnuo Yn-560-IV
    Asked by: V C Mohan
    I have no idea if it will or will not work w/ your equipment. I bought it to use w/ a Nikon and it works fine for my purposes.
    Answered by: ed w.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

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    Will this unit work with the Nikon D909?
    Asked by: Lanny S.
    Yes, the Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit for Nikon would be compatible for use with the Nikon D90 DSLR camera. However, do note that the Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit for Nikon is not a TTL wireless radio trigger, so you will have to set the flash output on your off-camera hot shoe flash manually.
    Answered by: Manzell L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

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    Does one have to be on the flash in order to trigger the flash remotely? In other words, one goes on the camera, one goes on the flash to use?
    Asked by: Israel
    Yes, that is correct. You would need a Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver on the camera's hot shoe (which would work as the wireless transmitter), and another Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver on the off-camera flash (which would work as the wireless radio receiver). Unless you are using a Yongnuo flash with a built-in radio remote, you need a wireless radio receiver/transceiver connected to the off-camera flash to communicate with the transmitter on the camera.(Think of it like hand-held walkie-talkies or two-way radios: for the camera to communicate with the flash and tell it what to do and when to fire, both have to have a radio). But don't worry... The Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceiver Kit for Nikon, B&H # YORF605N, lists under the In The Box section that two (2) Yongnuo RF-605-N Wireless Transceivers are included in this kit. If you have more than one flash, you may purchase more transceivers.
    Answered by: Manzell L.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

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    Do I have to use a separate transceiver for each flash 560iv?
    Asked by: Adam N.
    No. The Yongnuo 560IV can be configured as a flash triggering device or a receiving device. If configured as a receiving device (RX) it can be triggered by another 560IV set up in the TX mode or a 560TX controller. You do not need the RF-605-N for it.
    Answered by: Charles C.
    Date published: 2018-08-26
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