Wireless Radio Flash Triggers for Canon cameras
Camera Gear offers the wide selection of TTL and Manual radio flash triggers for Canon cameras.
Yongnuo YN560-TX PRO Flash Controller for Canon is the new generation of flash triggers from Yongnuo which starts a completely new radio system that integrates the YN560-TX and YN-622 Radio Systems into one cohesive system
Yongnuo YN-E3-RT II Wireless Speedlite Transmitter for Canon is a compact radio transmitter which sits on the camera’s hotshoe and can control speedlites such as the Yongnuo YN600EX-RT II or the Yongnuo YN968EX-RT. It is also compatible with the newer range of Canon’s radio-enabled speedlites such as the Canon 600EX II-RT, 600EX-RT and the 430EX III-RT
Yongnuo YN622C Kit for Canon is a combination of YN622C-TX commander unit and YN622C trigger. These wireless triggers are one of the world’s most popular choices for multiple flashes photography. YN622C triggers support E-TTL (II), HSS, manual, multi modes, Flash Exposure Compensation, Flash Exposure Bracketing, modeling Flash, E-TTL group ratios and much more…
These are one of the best triggers on the market currently. YN622C triggers paired with YN622C-TX master controller have all the same functions as much more expensive Phottix Odin, Pixel Kings or Pocket Wizards. We have never heard of someone who is not impressed with Yongnuo YN622C triggers.
Yongnuo RF-605C triggers are the latest manual flash triggers from Yongnuo. These triggers are an upgraded version of RF-603 triggers now equipped with LCD display. Furthermore the RF605 now adds a group function, providing 6 groups corresponding with those provided by the YN560-TX commander and YN560 IV and YN660 flash speedlites. A new LCD screen, and a number of added buttons provide fast group and mode selections. The RF-605C also provides the option of RF-602 and RF-603 communication modes. These triggers are an ideal companion for Yongnuo YN560 III, YN560 IV and YN660 flashes with built-in RF-603 trigger
Yongnuo YNE3-RX is the first Canon RT radio compatible receiver unit, now opening the system up to include legacy ETTL slave flash units like the previous Canon 580EX II. This receiver also allows manual studio lights or speedlites to be fired when using RT transmitter unit as well. This means that non RT speedlites like the Canon 580EX II or YongNuo YN-568EX II can now act as RT compatible slave flashes when using the Canon ST-E3-RT / YN-E3-RT, or 600EX-RT / YN600EX-RT as a transmitter. A lack of separate receiver unit has previously been the biggest limitation to the industry leading Canon RT radio flash system so now Yongnuo are bridging together 2 of Canon’s completely separate, and previously incompatible, radio flash systems with the YN-E3-RX receiver
Yongnuo YN560-TX manual flash controller for Canon system from Yongnuo enables remote triggering and controlling of YN560 III, YN560 IV and YN660 flash units and is compatible with RF-602, RF-603, RF-603 II and RF-605 wireless flash triggers. This is a perfect companion of Yongnuo manual speedlites with wireless trigger built in. This flash commander offers manual control of flash output for up to 6 groups, utilizing 16 channels at a frequency of 2.4 GHz with a range of 100m. The commander can also control zoom on the flash head within a range of 24-105mm and features two modes, M and Multi. A large LCD and user-friendly interface enables fast and easy setting of controls. The controller is powered by two AA batteries and mounts to the hot shoe mount of Canon DSLRs
Yongnuo YN-E3-RT Speedlite Transmitter is a commander unit for Canon RT wireless system. RT enabled flash speedlites are currently these models : Canon 600EX-RT, Canon 600EX-RT II, Canon 430EX III-RT and from Yongnuo YN600EX-RT, YN600EX-RT II and YN968EX-RT flash speedlites. It also can work as a commander unit for every other e-ttl flash speedlite if you put YN-E3-RX receiver unit on it. It is a great alternative to much more expensive Canon ST-E3-RT. Yongnuo YN-E3-RT is the best wireless radio transmitter for Canon or Yongnuo RT flash system you can buy. It supports all the features of the original Canon ST-E3-RT, as well as adding few more important features like AF assist beam
Yongnuo RF-603C II triggers are improved version of original RF-603 model. RF-603C II trigger is a remote shutter release as well as a multi-functional flash trigger which can synchronously trigger flashes and studio strobes. This is the transceiver based system so each transceiver can be used flexibly as trigger or receiver. If you place it on camera, it will act as transmitter. If you mount it on flash speedlite, it will act as a receiver. The 2.4 GHz wireless frequency is allowed in most countries and guarantees high speed, range and stability. Within capacious areas, the remote control distance is up to 100m. The synchronization speed can reach up to 1/320, depending on the situation and equipment used.
Yongnuo YN622C-TX is the ultimate remote controller for your YN622C system. The YN-622C-TX is designed to provide easy control of speedlites on existing YN-622C (II) radio transceivers or YN685 flashes with built in YN622C receiver. From the LCD menu control you have easy access to mixed use of the A/B/C flash groups using E-TTL, manual, or super sync flash mode. You can also adjust the exposure compensation and flash output for each group. In addition, it supports setting different focal length (zoom) of the three groups. You get a massive remote control range of up to 100 meters. 7 wireless channels and a super handy AF assist beam emitter for focusing help in low light. Firmware updates are frequently released and are possible through the built in usb connection.
Yongnuo YN622C II wireless triggers for Canon. This is the mark II version of the world’s most popular radio triggers for multiple flashes photography. Build quality is improved over already well built original YN622C so YN622C II triggers now come with quick release lever locking hotshoes, USB port for firmware updates, as well as an easily selectable 560-RX mode and slightly more flush mounted buttons. YN622C II triggers support e-TTL (II), HSS, manual, multi modes, Flash Exposure Compensation (FEC), Flash Exposure Bracketing (FEB), modeling Flash, E-TTL group ratios and much more… Pair them with YN622C-TX master controller and you will have all the same functions as much more expensive Phottix Odin, Pixel Kings pro or Pocket Wizards.