Interfit Photographic Camera and Studio Flash Remote Radio Trigger Set, 4 Channel.

Interfit Photographic
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About Interfit Photographic

Hot shoe and Strobe Flash trigger set (4 channel)
Ideal for mounting hotshoe flashguns on to light stands. This hotshoe and strobe radio trigger set can be used for both applications and trigger most hotshoe units and all Interfit strobes.

Hotshoe flash guns can be mounted directly on to the built in hotshoe which also provides the triggering power to the flashgun, whilst studio strobes are connected via the provided P.C.Sync terminal on the side of the receiver.

With the additional use of 4 channels to choose from you can use it when other photographers are using radio transmitters but still be able to control your units independently from the other photographers.

The unit is powered by long life batteries and works on 433MHz at a distance of upto 30m (100 feet) in an open area. This product will not work with INT412 due to variances in frequencies.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(9)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (7),Easy to use (6),Packs small / compresses (5),Reliable (5)
Cons:
Poor quality (4)
Best Uses:
Family photos (4)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (4),Semi-pro photographer (3)

Reviews about this item

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2.8

(based on 9 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Interfit Photographic Flash Trigger Set

I bought this as a cheap way to play with off camera flash particularly portable off camera flash as I do alot of wildlife photography. I found the unit to be a reliable way of utilising my older (achiever tz250) flash unit in a new manner. Only con is the arm of the slave unit, its a little light weight but it supports my achiever fine.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I've heard these are hit or miss

I've heard the quality control on these is hit or miss, and unfortunately, the set I received was a miss. They wouldn't synch with the shutter, and I ended up with an unexposed section on the bottom of every frame. Otherwise, they did fire every time in the several attempts I made to get them working. Probably a good set of transmitters if you get a functioning copy. Mine went back, and getting a refund from Adorama was absolutely painless.

Reviewed by 9 customers

 
4.0

I would recommend this

By

from Houston, Texas  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought this to use in conjunction with my Pentax K200D and Adorama budget strobe lights. It works fine. I didn't have any problems with it. I also tested it by fireing it from across the room approx. 20 to 25 feet away and it worked great.

 
1.0

I've heard these are hit or miss

By

from Fort Lauderdale, FL  -  Semi-Professional

I've heard the quality control on these is hit or miss, and unfortunately, the set I received was a miss. They wouldn't synch with the shutter, and I ended up with an unexposed section on the bottom of every frame. Otherwise, they did fire every time in the several attempts I made to get them working. Probably a good set of transmitters if you get a functioning copy. Mine went back, and getting a refund from Adorama was absolutely painless.

 
5.0

Cheap and simple.

By

from Hartland, wi  -  Pro Photographer

What do you expect for the cost. This was cheap and it has worked great. Triggers our monoflashes every time. It does however make my canon 580 eat batteries.

 
3.0

Great product, just cheap construction

By

from Charlotte, NC  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Really reliable product although if dropped a few times can really come apart. You get what you pay for, although its a delicate piece of equipment, you really come out on top if handled correctly. bought mine 2 years ago and it has worked like a charm since. I recently bought another reciever due to the wear that I put on the other 2. I dont see the need in buying a more expensive wireless trigger if these work just as well. alot of my work have been done with them.

 
1.0

Dont waste your money

By

from Indianapolis, IN  -  Photo Enthusiast

I purchased these as I need to have triggers right then and their for a shoot and these were all that were available in my price range at my local shop. What a waste of money. One reciever doesnt work past six feet and the other works 75% of the time on a good day. The construction is terrible. They are very flimsy and have to hold alot of weight on a little tiny arm. I folded up a spomge and cut it to fit to help but i would never buy these again nor would irecomendthem to anyone. Interfit needs to take these back to the drawing board.

 
1.0

Not Good for Canon T1i

By

from Escanaba, Michigan  -  Semi-pro Photographer

It doesn't work with my canon T1i camera, have tried different ways, even a adapter and my flashpoint II lights , sit, not being used because I cant get my camera/trasformer/receiver to trigger the lights to fire..[...]

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Interferes with Nikon D90 Image Sensor

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from Stuttgart, Germany  -  Photo Enthusiast

1. Interfit's customer service is non-existent and non-responsive. It took me two days to figure out how to use the product correctly. No manual available with product or to download. 2. The trigger unit is reliable in-so-much that it trigger's a flash. However, it routinely messes with the Nikon D-90's image sensor in that when connected to the trigger unit, the image produced has a completely darkened belt across the image. It goes away when I disconnect the device and use no-flash or another triggering technique. I do not know if this is unique to the D-90 or a defective model. 3. The construction is extraordinarily weak. It can barely support my Nikon SB600 in the vertical position, let alone if it put any torque on it. Also, the battery housing is not self-contained, but immediately next to the circuitry and wiring. Also, the battery cover is flimsy and could snap off in a heartbeat. Heaven help if it were to corrode in the least. 5. Extremely dissatisfied with product.

 
5.0

great product

By

from springfield mo  -  Semi-pro Photographer

this is a great trigger, i just ordered my second one. nothing wrong with the first, we just shoot in tandem with two cameras. this is great in the studio, or on location with a speed flash.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Interfit Photographic Flash Trigger Set

By

from Melbourne, Australia  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought this as a cheap way to play with off camera flash particularly portable off camera flash as I do alot of wildlife photography. I found the unit to be a reliable way of utilising my older (achiever tz250) flash unit in a new manner. Only con is the arm of the slave unit, its a little light weight but it supports my achiever fine.

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Cameron F  I have an A100 and an A65 with interfit flashes, will this work with my cameras and flashes? Do I need to buy an adapter?
SHANTUL N  Sony uses a different flash mount so for the reciever, you will need to get the adapter to a standard flash shoe.
Hannah P  I have a Nikon D3100. I want to be able to light my photograph with only a slave flash or two, with no flash firing ON my camera. Will this work for that??
DOUGLAS H  Yes. Sorry for the late reply. I've been way too busy...
Shopper  REMOTELY TRIGGER THE CAMERA?
MICHAEL B  This is a remote for flashes and strobes. I've used this with JTL strobes and Canon SpeedLights
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