Yongnuo has announced a new pair of wireless flash triggers for Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, called RF-603 II, to replace the original RF-603 model.
Photographers are usually very happy when the offer is varied. They like to have multiple options at their disposal and to pick the one with the best cost-functionality ratio.
Third-party accessory makers improve the lives of millions of photographers worldwide and, in recent times, they have even won our hearts. One of these companies is called Yongnuo and it has been featured multiple times on our website, thanks to their cost-friendly and very gifted products.
Yongnuo RF-603 II wireless flash triggers launched with lock wheel system
The latest product that will make a lot of people to bring up their wallets is the Yongnuo RF-603 II system. It consists of a wireless flash trigger and remote compatible with Canon and Nikon cameras.
The company has released a similar accessory in the past, called RF-603. The second generation of this product addresses multiple complaints about the original one, but the most important is the addition of a locking wheel and pin.
These two will allow the wireless flash trigger to be securely placed onto a camera, as the original version used to fall off rather quickly.
Maximum sync speed reaches 1/320th of a second
Yongnuo RF-603 II specs list includes 2.4GHz wireless connectivity support, 100-feet maximum signal distance, 16-channel radio, and half as well as full shutter release.
Speaking of the shutter, the interface is based on a 2.5mm socket, while the studio flash light interface comes with a conventional PC socket.
The maximum sync speed stands at 1/320th of a second, which is pretty good. However, the maximum speed could drop down to 1/250th of a second depending on the flashes and cameras used in the process.
Yongnuo RF-603 II controls multiple cameras and flash simultaneously
The new Yongnuo RF-603 II wireless flash trigger offers multiple transmission modes. The first is the single state, called TX, while the second is the transceiver state TRX.
The triggers can be awakened wirelessly and they can control multiple flashes as well as cameras at the same time, which is always a nice feature.
According to the manufacturer, the triggers can already be found at Amazon for a price of $43.99