RPS Lighting RS-RT03R4C/HS Wireless 4-Channel Hot Shoe Receiver (Only)

BH #RPRPSWR • MFR #RS-RT03R4C/HS
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RPS Lighting RS-RT03R4C/HS Wireless 4-Channel Hot Shoe Receiver (Only)
Key Features
  • This is the Receiver for the RS-RT03K4C/HS Unit. Transmitter Is Not Included
The Dot Line Corporation's RS-RT03R4C/HS Wireless 4-Channel Hot Shoe Receiver allows multiple flashes to be triggered by the same signal from a RPS 4-Channel Wireless Flash Trigger (RS-RT03K4C/HS). It allows the user to mount a standard speedlite using the hot shoe on the receiver. Its built-in PC outlet accepts flash units that do not have a hot shoe. The receiver can mount to your flash unit on a tripod or light stand with a 1/4"-20 threaded mount, or onto an accessory shoe. The receiver's versatile design features a holder for standard umbrellas, and it has a tilt feature so you can "bounce" your flash/umbrella combination.
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$49.95

RPS Lighting RS-RT03R4C/HS Wireless 4-Channel Hot Shoe Receiver (Only)

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RPS Lighting RS-RT03R4C/HS Overview

The Dot Line Corporation's RS-RT03R4C/HS Wireless 4-Channel Hot Shoe Receiver allows multiple flashes to be triggered by the same signal from a RPS 4-Channel Wireless Flash Trigger (RS-RT03K4C/HS). It allows the user to mount a standard speedlite using the hot shoe on the receiver. Its built-in PC outlet accepts flash units that do not have a hot shoe. The receiver can mount to your flash unit on a tripod or light stand with a 1/4"-20 threaded mount, or onto an accessory shoe. The receiver's versatile design features a holder for standard umbrellas, and it has a tilt feature so you can "bounce" your flash/umbrella combination.

UPC: 034447019479

RPS Lighting RS-RT03R4C/HS Specs

Wireless
Channels4
Wireless Range100' / 30.5 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.3 x 3.9 x 3.1"
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