The Pro-Series 2.4GHz Wireless Receiver is for use with the Calumet 4-Channel Wireless Trigger Kit (CF0090).When used in conjunction with a transmitter (sold separately), the receiver can trigger Canon flashes, strobes, or can be used as a wireless shutter-release for your camera. The Receiver can be mounted by it's cold shoe or one a 1/4"-20 mount using the metal threaded socket.View the Cable Compatibility Chart »
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Customer Reviews for Calumet Pro Series 2.4 GHz 4-Channel Wireless Receiver Optimized for Canon Flash Systems
Review 1 for Calumet Pro Series 2.4 GHz 4-Channel Wireless Receiver Optimized for Canon Flash Systems
PostedJune 13, 2013
from Philadelphia, PA
I've had these for about two years and I'm at the point where it's time to upgrade to a different brand, possibly Pocket Wizards. I shoot around 30 weddings a year and these have not held up. The transmitter is being pulled apart by the weight of the flash, and the external flash/receiver constantly is being triggered by something other than the transmitter. This wears down my batteries, and I miss shots while the external flash takes time to refresh. Very frustrating.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good for Beginners
Cons: Flimsy Construction, Poor Build Quality
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Review 2 for Calumet Pro Series 2.4 GHz 4-Channel Wireless Receiver Optimized for Canon Flash Systems
This product has all the features I need and none I don't.
PostedFebruary 24, 2011
from Davenport, Iowa
I have been using the Phottix Strato radio flash triggers since the end of last year. They are the best choice I've found for a mid-price range radio trigger. These new Calumet triggers are the same trigger with the Calumet name on them. I just purchased a receiver from Calumet and have found it works flawlessly with the Phottix brand. The Phottix is slightly less expensive, but took three weeks to ship from Hong Kong and if I have warranty issues I'm sure it will be easier to deal with Calumet to get things resolved. The fact that I can use TTL for the on camera flash while firing slaves on manual is huge. These things fire every time. A great choice!
Pros: Easy to Use, Lightweight/Portable, Many Useful Features, Good for Experts, Superior Build Quality, Easy Setup, Solid Operation, Good for Beginners, inexpensive