The Combi TF combines two products in one - a wireless remote shutter release, plus a remote flash trigger. As a remote control, the Combi TF allows wireless control of the camera's shutter release, auto focus, continuous shooting, bulb mode and 4 second timer delay trigger. Equipped with interchangeable cables for all major brands, the Combi TF is the ideal remote control for practically Canon DSLR Cameras. Remote trigger of flash is also possible with the Combi TF.
Using multiple receivers, several portable flash units can be fired simultaneously, along with triggering studio lights. Ideal for a wireless studio environment. Specialized photography such as sporting, wildlife, landscape plus many more are enhanced using the Combi TF. The Combi TF uses high-tech, reliable FSK 2.4GHz frequency, which is a worldwide license-free technology
Reviewed by 3 customers
Update from my previous review: Hahnel triggers continue to work almost PERFECTLY. Used in many, many shoots, in studio, on location, weddings and all sorts of places - they're still going strong. Sold the Pocket Wizards to buy some more gear - they never got used.
I'll be perfectly honest, I'm writing this to counter the previous chap who gave these triggers one star. They have a warranty! If they break you send them back!! I've used these triggers in the studio, at weddings, at location shoots and in all manner of situations and they have held up just fine. I have not found the range limit yet. First thing we did is go outside and test them. Wifey held the flash and walked far enough away that I had to shout for her to hear me, and they continued to fire. I use them with speedlights and Alien Bees and they are quite reliable. I have since bought the PW TT1/TT5 combo and I only did so because I wanted hi-speed sync.
This product lasted through ONE shoot. Worked like a charm while it lasted (2 hours). Noticed a rattle in the camera remote. Just stopped working. The battery was replaced. I guess you get what you pay for. I read the reviews about this product being cheap but I went ahead and bought it anyway since I would seldomly use it anyways, why spend more money on an advanced system when I really don't need it. I should have know better. Save yourself time and money on this buy. If not, at least I told you so:)