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YongNuo YN-E3-RT and 600EX-RT Released - Canon RT COMPATIBLE !!

 
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Apr 30, 2015 12:01 |  #346

KHAWACHEN wrote in post #17538407 (external link)
Just to verify, you got can the YNE3-RX to fire the two cheetah since the Canon 600ex-rt or Yn600ex-rt can already be fired by Canon st-e3-rt or yn-e3-rt.

Yes. This allows me to assign each cheetah to a group so I can turn the firing capability on/off from the transmitter on the canon ST-E3. To control power of the cheetahs I just use the transmitter as a handhold type put in my pocket or something.


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Dec 30, 2017 18:58 |  #347

Sorry to brings this thread up from the dead (or deep-sleeping) but I really can't find this information anywhere else.

I just got a YN-E3-RT and I saw its "linked shooting" function. Unfortunately, neither of my YN-600EX-RT units have P Fn. 07, they don't respond to holding the trigger mode button (just like the E3 does), and there is no indication whatsoever that they support that function - I tried going through every single mode, menu, etc., to no avail. The firmware of the 600EX is 1.9.1 and of the E3 is 1.24.

Do they (YN-600EX-RT) support linked shooting at all and if so, how do I enable it?

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