The wireless flash trigger is processed relatively good for the price and they even give you 2 receiver. The flash unit fits well on both receiver and transmitter to the camera well - and since nothing wobbles or is somehow cumbersome.
In one of the two recipients, the spring for the negative pole of the battery is installed wrong, so this spring pushes the battery easily from the housing beyond. The battery is firmly seated and still not fall out by itself. In addition, one closes the housing with a lid, the back "pushes" the battery. That's as far as first the only shortcoming in the process, which I have noticed.
The supplied cable, which is required for remote tripping of the camera, does not fit into the remote control socket of my camera, but in the video output - manual camera settings with the Canon EOS 450D no longer possible. Maybe just the wrong cable was included - it's still annoying.
+ Well made for the price.
+ Transmitter fits well to the camera and has a locking bolt, which can be firmly fixed on the camera.
+ Flash unit fits well on both receivers.
+ "Test" button on the transmitter, which allows you to 'test trigger' the flash unit.
+ 2 receivers.
+ Receivers are switched off.
+ Receiver does not tilt to a table when the flash unit is on it (stand still recommended).
- Supplied cable for remote tripping of the camera used Video output instead of remote control jack.
- Sender can not be disabled.
- A23 12V battery for the transmitter.
- Does not work with my Canon EOS 450D.
3 stars. The wireless flash trigger might be okay if he works for, but he does not work on my camera and I sent it back. Instead, I looked at the radio trigger 'RF-603 / C1' bought by 'Yongnuo', with which I am very satisfied. Those who wish to purchase radio trigger, I recommend from now on, be times the Yongnuo flash & Camera Remote Trigger to look at - in my opinion simply the best.
Sales by "pulse Photo - Fast Delivery from Germany -" and shipment by "Amazon". Price: 35,90 Euro. (March 2013)
(As of 03.05.2013)