Interfit Strobies iSync 4 Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Set

Interfit Strobies iSync 4 Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Set

Interfit Strobies iSync 4 Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Set

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Product Highlights

  • Wireless or Flash Triggering
  • 4 Radio Channels
  • Lithium Batteries Included

Interfit iSync 4 overview

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The Interfit Strobies iSync 4 Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Set has 4 radio channels, making it possible to work around other photographers without interfering with one another's lights. The radio receiver works at a distance of up to 100' (30 m) using the included transmitter, and can also be switched to being triggered by a flash. The receiver has a built-in standard thread for mounting the flash on a stand, a PC sync cord, PC sync socket and a mono jack converter to fit both large and small jack sync sockets for connecting to studio lighting. The transmitter features an LED confirmation light, a PC socket, and On, Off and All Channel selection. One 23A for the transmitter and one Cr2 battery for the receiver are included.

Wireless or flash triggering possible
4 radio channels
Batteries are included: one 23A battery for the transmitter, and one Cr2 battery for the receiver
In the Box
Interfit Strobies iSync 4 Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Set
  • PC Sync Cable
  • PC Sync Socket
  • Mono Jack Converter (Large and Small)
  • 23A Battery for Transmitter
  • Cr2 Battery for Receiver
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Interfit iSync 4 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.7 x 5.7 x 1.5"

    Interfit iSync 4 reviews

    Strobies iSync 4 Wireless Transmitter/Receiver Set is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 93.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Strobies iSync 4 Wireless They did the job once I figured out how to use them. The instructions were awful and I called the manuf customer service dept and their knowledge on the product and how to use on a speedlight was really lacking! I would buy the batteries at a store (one pair sent was dead, tested @ even before I used, other got me through one 2 hour shoot and died). Only thing which is really tough is getting the receptor box open to switch batteries. Screws are tiny tiny and made of plastic, forget getting this done in the middle of a shoot! (and even at home had to buy a special screwdriver and losing the screws would be really easy!).
    Date published: 2013-03-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strobies work awesome! I use the strobie kit with three off camera flashes. They work every time with no problems. I had owned a set previously, and purchased these again because they are less expensive and get the job done. If i had to complain.. The unit that sits on the camera hotshoe has no way to tighten it. I was running through the jungle and it fell off. I couldn't shoot for the next week until i ordered another set. saying that, it doesn't fire if you bump it off the top of camera. final verdict. If you are careful and not running and jumping around, great product. If you are action junkie like me.. these will work for now until you want to fork out some real money..
    Date published: 2011-03-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to setup and use I had tried another inexpensive wireless flash trigger and found it to be unreliable. In fact after a few uses it completely failed. I was hesitant to try the Strobies because they too were inexpensive. The Strobies proved that you can have an inexpensive reliable flash trigger. The Strobies iSync could not be easier to use. They worked every time. There were no other photographers around to test if there would be any interference, so I cannot comment about that. How often are you in a situation using a multiple flash setup in the company of other photographers? I did try the light triggered mode and it too worked well.
    Date published: 2011-11-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Easy to use I purchased this set plus an extra receiver to help me get more creative with lighting when shooting e-sessions outdoors. It works well with my Nikon speedlights.The only down side is that they get to sleep, and there is nothing to wake the flash-heads up other than walking up to them and turning them off and back on again.But it is not the end of the world, and it is not a bad investiment considered it is less than U$.
    Date published: 2012-11-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from SO FAR SO GOOD I GOT THIS TO GO WITH MY EXD400 MONO LIGHT KIT. I FIGURED I'D STAY WITH THE SAME BRAND FOR COMPATIBILITY AND A LITTLE HELP FROM THE BH SALESMAN. SO FAR IT HAS BEEN FIRING. THEY INCLUDE A FEW CORDS YOU WILL PROBABLY NEED TO CONNECT IT AND A BATTERY TO START YOU OFF. I WILL BE GETTING ANOTHER RECEIVER TO PUT ON THE OTHER FLASH (JUST TO BE SURE TO GET BOTH UNITS TO FLASH) THE ONLY THING I HAVEN'T SEEN OR FIGURED OUT IS IF THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO MOUNT THE RECEIVER. A CLIP-ON WOULD BE GREAT. AND I HAVE TO SEE HOW THE BATTERY HOLDS UP THEY ARE A BIT PRICEY. THE PRICE OF THE UNIT WAS RIGHT FOR ME! THANKS BH!
    Date published: 2011-05-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works - lowers sync speed I'm a Nikon shooter and have been using CLS with my SB600 flash unit. I've found CLS to be unreliable in some situations (like when the flash can't see the camera), and I want to add cheaper flash units instead of ponying up for an SB600 or SB900 every time I want to add an off camera flash. I purchase this with the receiver & a used Vivitar 285HV - total cost is less than a new SB600, but now I get reliable wireless triggering even when the flash can't see the camera & with the greater power of the 285HV, I can keep adding off camera flash units by buying a receiver & inexpensive flash (with manual power adjustment) for around a hundred bucks each time I add a flash. The transmitter doesn't seem to be battery powered- I assume it draws power from the hotshoe, so I always put my on-camera flash on full power under the assumption that the more juice the transmitter gets, the better. The receivers are battery powered... It's a common battery type, but not AA or AAA, but one you should be able to get in any camera store. The receiver has a hotshoe for the flash, and a tripod screw mount (just like your camera) for the bottom, so you need to have a halfway decent umbrella bracket with a brass monkey, and not one of those cheap ones with a built in hotshoe. The receiver is also pretty small, so it doesn't raise the flash too high in the umbrella bracket. The units are all compact & I keep them in a ziploc bag just to keep them together in my camera bag. I've used this setup for 3 or 4 shoots, shooting around a thousand total frames. It's been reliable. A few times the flash didn't go off, but I blame long recycle times rather than misfires. The flashes were always nearby and not around obstacles, so I haven't tested the distance of the transmitter yet. It's easy to forget to turn off the receivers and I've left them on overnight a couple of times, but so far they're still going. The only downside is that it seem to take a fraction of a second to communicate and I'm no longer getting 1/250 sync speed. A dark area appeared at the top (or left in portrait mode) at 1/250. It took me a minute to figure out what it was - at first I blamed a poorly positioned umbrella, but no, it was the sync speed. I bumped down to 1/200 and it was fine. This limits its usefulness in bright light & with those magical cameras that can sync faster than 1/250. All in all - the ability to add new off camera flash for about a hundred bucks (receiver + inexpensive/used flash) a pop... plus light stand, umbrella, umbrella bracket is a very attractive option.
    Date published: 2010-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect To trigger a manual set 430exII speedlight off camera, this thing is great, always works, never a problem, hundreds of shots so far, simply perfect. If you like to use manual settings like I do, this is certainly an affordable alternative. The only bad thing I can say about it is the switch on the transmitter is tiny but you can just leave it on as it doesn't use a battery. Simply remove the unit from your camera when not in use.
    Date published: 2012-07-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid, affordable radio trigger kit. Nice radio kit, with use of up to 4 channels. Biggest con is that the receivers have 1/4 mounts on bottom rather than hotshoe mounts, but with a few adaptors that can be fixed.
    Date published: 2011-05-31
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