Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT


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Fire compatible Speedlite flashguns over distances of up to 30m. Radio-frequency control provides reliable operation even when direct line of sight is not possible.


Product Title: Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT

Manufacturer: Canon

Lowest Price: $264.00 from B&H Photo-Video

Power Score: 4.7 | 10 Reviews

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Wireless Flash Transmitter

Ok, I love wireless transmitters, this one works very well with 100% firing capability. I just got this along with 2 new 600ex flash units. Be prepared to read the manuals and do lots of testing, there are lots of options to learn, this system has both wireless triggering and optical triggering. I'll most likely use the wireless feature. I used the system for both a commercial shoot and one...
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By Michael on Adorama - Aug 11, 2013

Cheaper alternative to using a 600ex-rt

Take your expensive speedlite off camera and use it for what it was intended for. Direct flash is not the best way to lite a subject anyway this allows you to get your flash off camera for more dramatic photos with depth. Using a 500 dollar speedlite only

By Frank on Adorama - Jul 16, 2013

Canon Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT

I just received this unit about 2 weeks ago and it has performed flawelessly. It was easy to set up, and easily found and played nicely with my Canon 600EX-RT. It synchs up to 1/8000 sec. It is solidly built and has a fairly low profile. Plus, I can fina

By scottk on Adorama - Jul 15, 2013

Gadgetry At Its Best

What a great device. How come it took so long to come up with this. I like the portability factor and the availability to add as many strobes as you could possibly need. The owners manual is very complex and you may need to review it several times and wil

By tommyz35 on Adorama - Jun 24, 2013

Wireless Works Great

I traded in my Canon 580EX II flash units for the 600EX-RT units because I really did need the wireless capability. I use 5 of them for large group shots, and with the optical transmitter of the older units, it wasn't always possible to position master wh

By Gregg Mack on Adorama - Jun 18, 2013

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