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New Wireless Shutter Release / Flash Trigger System RF-602

 
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Feb 05, 2010 03:06 |  #511

I went to bing, went to shopping, and typed in RF-602 and only a few things came up, nothing from ebay, something from dinodirect, though.




  
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Feb 05, 2010 03:36 |  #512

I have Canon 50D and 1000D, and 580EX II, my question is can I use this RF-602 on both cameras or do I have to buy a separate unit of RF-602 for each camera to use it to trigger the flash? Thanks in advance.




  
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Feb 05, 2010 09:17 |  #513

No. the same RF-602 work on both cameras, but if you want to trigger the shutter release, you will need to buy an extra cable for one of them..for $6, that means if you buy the RF-602 for Canon 50D, it will come with a shutter cable for Canon 50D, so you just need to buy sutter release cable for Canon 1000D for extra $6. I hope I have explained enough.

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busylady wrote in post #9545344 (external link)
I have Canon 50D and 1000D, and 580EX II, my question is can I use this RF-602 on both cameras or do I have to buy a separate unit of RF-602 for each camera to use it to trigger the flash? Thanks in advance.




  
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Feb 05, 2010 12:58 |  #514

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I ordered two sets of the three receiver packages from dslrstation last night. Got an email in the wee hours of the morning saying that they had been shipped. He is one of the few sellers that charges for shipping but the total still comes out to be less than the others. I'll post back here when I get them so others can gauge shipping time. He says 7 to 14 days.

Got my order today. Everything looks good and initial test was 100%. It took exactly 10 work days for delivery.


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Feb 05, 2010 13:23 |  #515

Where is the best place to order from? eBay Vendor that is?

I'd like to get a kit with 1rx/1tx and another one with 1tx/2rx that way I have a spare tx.....\

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Feb 05, 2010 13:26 |  #516

Mr.Shneeblie wrote in post #9548198 (external link)
Where is the best place to order from? eBay Vendor that is?

I'd like to get a kit with 1rx/1tx and another one with 1tx/2rx that way I have a spare tx.....\

thanks,

John

I used dslrstation. He charges shipping but the price was still the lowest when I ordered. Others have had good transactions with some of the other vendors, just look at the last few pages in this thread.


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Feb 05, 2010 18:04 |  #517

lancemoreland wrote in post #9548234 (external link)
I used dslrstation. He charges shipping but the price was still the lowest when I ordered. Others have had good transactions with some of the other vendors, just look at the last few pages in this thread.

Better check your calculator again.

From what I see he is one of the highest not the lowest. His basic Rf-602 transmitter and receiver is $28.99 plus a whopping $12.00 shipping, making a total of $40.99.

Camplus sell the same basic unit with free shipping for a total of $28.00.




  
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Feb 05, 2010 18:08 |  #518

Pinto wrote in post #9550125 (external link)
Better check your calculator again.

From what I see he is one of the highest not the lowest. His basic Rf-602 transmitter and receiver is $28.99 plus a whopping $12.00 shipping, making a total of $40.99.

Camplus sell the same basic unit with free shipping for a total of $28.00.

It depends on the camera though. Somehow the kits for the 5D/20D/30D/40D/50D/7D can be had for $28, but the XSi/XTi/T1i kits seem to go for 40




  
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Feb 05, 2010 18:23 |  #519

int2str wrote in post #9550150 (external link)
It depends on the camera though. Somehow the kits for the 5D/20D/30D/40D/50D/7D can be had for $28, but the XSi/XTi/T1i kits seem to go for 40

I don't see that. The highest I see for the RF_602 on the Camplus site is $33.53. And most of those same items are available for $28,00. Go figure. http://stores.ebay.com …_nkw=RF-602&submit=Search (external link)




  
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Feb 05, 2010 18:36 |  #520

int2str wrote in post #9550150 (external link)
It depends on the camera though. Somehow the kits for the 5D/20D/30D/40D/50D/7D can be had for $28, but the XSi/XTi/T1i kits seem to go for 40

Paid $28.00 total for one that fits my wifes' T1i. By the way thanks the poster that put the link in this thread. Just used it for a portrait shoot last Saturday and it worked great.


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Feb 05, 2010 18:46 |  #521

Pinto wrote in post #9550125 (external link)
Better check your calculator again.

From what I see he is one of the highest not the lowest. His basic Rf-602 transmitter and receiver is $28.99 plus a whopping $12.00 shipping, making a total of $40.99.

Camplus sell the same basic unit with free shipping for a total of $28.00.

At the time for what I was ordering dslrstation had the lowest total price. All you have to do is search what you are looking for and sort by lowest price including shipping. I ordered two sets with three receivers per set. Ended up being $133.00 including shipping. Looking at prices now I could have ordered everything from separate vendors and saved a little over a buck. That is a total of 2 transmitters and 6 receivers. I just checked and he is still the cheapest for that combination.


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Feb 05, 2010 22:22 |  #522

Can you please post the ebay link to this seller? I could not find it thru search on ebay.. I also need 2 Transmitter and 6 Receivers like you.
Thanks.

Mufutau

lancemoreland wrote in post #9550344 (external link)
At the time for what I was ordering dslrstation had the lowest total price. All you have to do is search what you are looking for and sort by lowest price including shipping. I ordered two sets with three receivers per set. Ended up being $133.00 including shipping. Looking at prices now I could have ordered everything from separate vendors and saved a little over a buck. That is a total of 2 transmitters and 6 receivers. I just check and he is still the cheapest for that combination.




  
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Feb 05, 2010 22:39 |  #523

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Can you please post the ebay link to this seller? I could not find it thru search on ebay.. I also need 2 Transmitter and 6 Receivers like you.
Thanks.

Mufutau

http://stores.shop.eba​y.ca/DSLRStation__W0QQ​_armrsZ1 (external link)




  
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Feb 05, 2010 23:16 |  #524

mufutau55 wrote in post #9551431 (external link)
Can you please post the ebay link to this seller? I could not find it thru search on ebay.. I also need 2 Transmitter and 6 Receivers like you.
Thanks.

Mufutau

Here is the exact one:

http://cgi.ebay.com …ories?hash=item​33594ff305 (external link)


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Feb 06, 2010 11:46 |  #525

Thanks. Got it.

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