My Wireless Triggers are In!


So first thing in the larger bag is my YongNuo Wireless Trigger / Remote set. I talked about them in this article: As you know i've been building up a studio and these versatile triggers can wear many different hats around the equipment i'm using. First off, I can now use my Canon 580 EX II's through the hotshoe these remotes provide, or trigger my studio strobes through a PC sync cord these offer, and if I really needed to, trigger my camera shutter. OK that's a bit overkill to remotely trigger my camera in studio, but I really was just looking to replace some old Pocket Wizards since these will allow me to expand to more triggers at very minimal cost. For times when I don't want to travel with my ST-E2 or Radio Popper PX's, these will work great. I'll do some closeup detailed photos possibly tonight or this weekend and explain why I currently use so many different trigger sets.




find-price-button Yongnuo RF-602 Wireless Triggers for Studio, Speedlight, and Camera

18 thoughts on “My Wireless Triggers are In!

  1. Emm

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    @Liam - I'm still using the 602s, Radio Poppers, or just the ST-E2 for my 580EX II's. Whatever works for the situation.

  2. Liam

    That's a very good point Emm 🙂

    So, have you used the 603's and what wireless triggers are you using now?


  3. Emm

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    @Liam - LOL, mainly because this article was written in 2010 (over a year ago) and the 603's didn't exist yet...

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  5. Emm

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    There's some quick info here: httpss://

  6. Sergio

    Yeah, I received my trigger with 2 receivers last week and can say that it`s great instrument for your studio or for your lighting equipment!

  7. I just got mine in the mail yesterday. I spent about an hour testing them out with my 430ex II and LP160. It seems to work quite well. I'm happy that I will no longer have to rely on my built in 7d flash trigger, because it was producing really unreliable results indoors. For $30 (for the base transmitter and receiver) you can't go wrong.

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