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Wein Features

  • Tiny size, weighs less than 1/2 ounce!
  • Up to 100 foot range (indoors).
  • Solid epoxy won't crack, protects micro-circuitry inside.
  • Standard PC sync connector attaches directly to Vivitar 283/285 or any other flash via PC or cord.

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Reviewed by 3 customers


inexpensive & reliable


from gainesville tx  -  Pro Photographer

used to fire hidden flashes (lighting dark corners, hairlights, etc)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Small size...Large conveniance


from Star Valley, Arizona  -  Semi-pro Photographer

low sync speed from remote triggers can be bypassed by using your on camera flash and these little triggers to capture high speed action like Karate students flying through the air.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Do what they're told


from Florida  -  Professional

I use these on three Vivitar 285HVs for portrait and product shots. The PC plug works great in the "Proprietary" 285's plug on the side of the Flash's base. I've found though that a small piece of two-way foam tape between the base of the peanut slave and the Vivitar base keeps the peanut slave nice and snug sos that it won't fall out. I dropped one from about waist high onto a concrete floor, while it didn't appear damaged, it did stop working. But generally they're pretty reliable.


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William G  Do these work with the Canon E-TTL system? I understand that some of these are set not to trigger until after the E-TTL preflash... Thanks for your help... Gordini
CORA RUTH SANCH C  They are working very well with my E-TTL flash. I'm using this in a vivitar 258 and my E-TTL is a not fancy quatanray flash. I hope this works for you too.
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