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Yongnuo YNE3-RX What took so long?

 
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Mar 17, 2015 23:28 |  #16

iituner wrote in post #17479065 (external link)
Today I received my YNE3-RX.

I did a quick test.

On a PC-sync connector supported: 1st-curtain sync, second curtain sync in M mode and SuperSync.

YNE3-RX is compatible with SHANNY SN-E3-RT
In the list of compatible flashes can add all SHANNY flashes for Canon (SN600C, SN600SC, SN600C-RF, SN600C-RT)

I will do more tests.

Which strobe(s) were you using when you were testing the combo of the sync port and SuperSync? I have not had the time for any more testing of the YNE3-RX's so I have yet to get around to testing the sync port.


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Mar 18, 2015 03:03 as a reply to  @ agv8or's post |  #17

SuperSync is supported with Speedlite at full power and with Studio flash units having a long flash duration.
Everything is exactly the same as with the YN622C


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Mar 18, 2015 05:59 as a reply to  @ iituner's post |  #18

Ahh, Supersync over Canon RT changes things for me dramatically.




  
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Mar 18, 2015 06:17 |  #19

Thanks avg8or




  
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Apr 07, 2015 23:30 |  #20

agv8or wrote in post #17479828 (external link)
The Godox AD 360 is a manual only flash. You need a flash with Canon ETTL capability, set to ETTL, in order for a YN-E3-RT, ST-E3-RT or 600EX-RT Master to communicate with and set the flash ouput of that flash through the YNE3-RX.

You can set the flash output of your AD 360 with your Godox transmitter/receiver combo and then use the Canon transmitter and YNE3-RX to trigger it. This way you can blend your Godox and Canon 600EX Speedlites together.

I'm looking at getting one for my Flashpoint Streaklight 360 but the manual says any high wattage flash might not work with the YN-E3-RX. It would be awesome to be able to blend my 360 inside a reception room with the 600ex-rt's and turn it off when needed by its own trigger/USB-receiver.

Thanks for all the great info guys. Guess I'll have to take one for the team and test it myself. :)




  
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Apr 08, 2015 08:25 |  #21

Eyenvent wrote in post #17508777 (external link)
I'm looking at getting one for my Flashpoint Streaklight 360 but the manual says any high wattage flash might not work with the YN-E3-RX. It would be awesome to be able to blend my 360 inside a reception room with the 600ex-rt's and turn it off when needed by its own trigger/USB-receiver.

Thanks for all the great info guys. Guess I'll have to take one for the team and test it myself. :)

Are you talking about triggering voltage? The actual flash output "watts" is irrelevant in so far as the operation of the receiver is concerned. It does not know if it is triggering a 300 watt flash or a 1200 watt flash. It should trigger the Flashpoint Streaklight 360 from either the hotshoe or a sync cable. You will need to use the Flashpoint transceiver set (FT16 tx/rx combo) to adjust the flash output. If you are using the Wireless <Gr> mode and the Streaklight is mounted in the YNE3-RX hotshoe then you should be able to turn the Group "ON/OFF", from the Canon Master, for that Group the receiver is set too without needing to use the Flashpoint transceiver set. That way you can leave the flash power set in the flash. I do not know if when using the sync cord that the receiver will be disabled from firing if the Group that it is set to is turned "OFF" in the Master...too lazy.


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Sep 19, 2017 13:59 |  #22

AD200 FTW! Selling my 600x and done with heavy gear like that! Thanks Godox!




  
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