Bower 3-in-1 Advanced Wireless Remote and Trigger for Canon EOS 7D, 5D Mark II, 50D, 40D, 30D and 1D Mark IV DSLR Cameras

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About Bower

The Bower 3-in-1 Advanced Wireless Remote and Trigger provides photographers with a vast array of external control options to maximize your flash photography options. You can connect the REFLEX with your studio flash or speedlite to trigger synchronously. Four channels per receiver allow you to synchronize up to 16 strobes and flashes at once. You can also mount the transmitter onto your camera and attach the receiver to your speedlight hotshoe in order to wirelessly control it.

Additionally, it can serve well as a remote shutter that can trigger your shutter in autofocus, single, continuous, bulb modes and more. It is Compatible with
• EOS 10D
• EOS 1D Mark II N
• EOS 1V
• EOS 20D
• EOS 10D
• EOS 20Da
• EOS 3
• EOS 30D
• EOS 40D
• EOS 50D
• EOS 5D
• EOS 5D Mark II
• EOS 5D Mark III
• EOS 6D Body
• EOS 70D EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Kit
• EOS 7D Body
• EOS D30
• EOS D60
• EOS-1D
• EOS-1D MARK II
• EOS-1D Mark III
• EOS-1D Mark IV
• EOS-1D X
• EOS-1Ds
• EOS-1Ds Mark II
• EOS-1Ds Mark III

Summary of Customer Reviews

(9)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Reliable (8),Easy to use (7),Lightweight (7),Durable (4)
Best Uses:
Studio (7),Everyday (6),Landscape photography (6),Macro photography (4),Portraits (4),Travel (4),Home (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Professional (6)

Bower Features

  • Acts as a camera shutter release and strobe trigger: As well as supports off-camera Speedlite control, making it easy to optimize lighting and improve your camera's photo captures from a variety of vantage points
  • Autofocus, single or continuous shot and bulb mode support: Ensures ease of use
  • 4 receiver channels: Let you control up to 16 studio strobe lights or flashes simultaneously, simplifying light management
  • Wireless design: Receiver operates on the 2 included AAA batteries, while the remote operates on the included 23A 12V battery for reliable on-the-go power
  • Lightweight, compact design: For easy portability

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.1

(based on 9 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    (1)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good deal for the price

The wireless remote works as well or better than a $300 one from Canon. This is the second one I have purchased and find no problems with them. They are used to both remotely trigger my 5D MKII (2) and lights.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Too much of a delay

The receiver slides on and doesn't lock, so it easily can slip off the camera which it's done to me. When I pick up my tripod to walk up a hill, I don't want to have to worry about the receiver sliding off. Secondly it is too slow, there is a delay...the same delay your cameras timer has. You might as well just use the camera timer if you can wait that long. But I need a wireless remote that can trigger as soon as I hit the button so that I don't miss the shot. A much cheaper remote I used fo...

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The receiver slides on and doesn't lock, so it easily can slip off the camera which it's done to me. When I pick up my tripod to walk up a hill, I don't want to have to worry about the receiver sliding off. Secondly it is too slow, there is a delay...the same delay your cameras timer has. You might as well just use the camera timer if you can wait that long. But I need a wireless remote that can trigger as soon as I hit the button so that I don't miss the shot. A much cheaper remote I used for over 10yrs finally broke so thought more expensive would be better. Not.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
5.0

Good remote for the price

By

from Greenville  -  Professional

Purchased 2 of them and gave one as a gift to another photographer. They work well on Canon 5D, 5D MKII and MKIII does what it was intended to do no problems with them.

 
4.0

great mutifunction item for the money

By

from San Bernardino, CA  -  Professional

I use the 3 in one wireless remote in my photo classes that I teach. I have three stations with multiple studio flashes at each. I can have several students use the studio flashes all at the same time and each will be on their own channel. Since 75% of my students have Canon Cameras, this works out great for me. I have a couple generic wireless triggers that I use for the other students with Nikons, and other brands. Only flaw I've noted so far is that the battery door will not easily stay in place if the batter is not in it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Too much of a delay

By

from Los Angeles  -  Professional

The receiver slides on and doesn't lock, so it easily can slip off the camera which it's done to me. When I pick up my tripod to walk up a hill, I don't want to have to worry about the receiver sliding off. Secondly it is too slow, there is a delay...the same delay your cameras timer has. You might as well just use the camera timer if you can wait that long. But I need a wireless remote that can trigger as soon as I hit the button so that I don't miss the shot. A much cheaper remote I used for over 10yrs finally broke so thought more expensive would be better. Not.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good deal for the price

By

from Greenville, SC  -  Professional

The wireless remote works as well or better than a $300 one from Canon. This is the second one I have purchased and find no problems with them. They are used to both remotely trigger my 5D MKII (2) and lights.

 
4.0

Good Product, designed well.

By

from Pinellas Park  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Nicely built product , works great with my 5D. Comes with lots of accessory sync cables.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I love this product and will use alot.

By

from Jacksonville, FL  -  Professional

I love the versatility that will let me use with flash attachments or as a remote control.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Quality

By

from Little Rock, AR  -  Professional

works well

 
4.0

Wireless Remote

By

from Iowa  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Works as described. Good for self-portraiture and portrait photography. Haven't used with slave flashes yet, but seems to be a good piece of equipment for any photographer.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Easy setup - Works as described

By

from Cambridge, MD  -  Semi-Professional

Wireless range is great. No issues

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Shopper  Does this work for Canon 700D?
DAVID T  It should work fine just make sure you have the correct connector cable from the unit to the camera (mini pin or 3 pin connector)...
Shopper  Can anyone say if this will work with a 7D Mark II?
JOHN S  I don't see why it wouldn't
Dwaine G  Will this unit start and stop continous function on Rebel 5ti and Canon 7D?
John W  When iin 'Camera-Slave' mode it basically works the same as the trigger button on the camera, but you have the added advantage that the transmitter unit will hold the trigger 'ON' if you slide it forward a notch. Hope this helps. JW
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