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    Just curious, will rf-602 Tx work with rf-603 receivers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    Just curious, will rf-602 Tx work with rf-603 receivers?
    There is no backwards compatibility between the two.

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    Update: It works with EOS 650(old tank). I can shoot some film.
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    I have a set of CTR-301Ps that I use for flash triggering digital and film gear (including Mamiya and Bronica). I bought a set of the RF-603N to use as a wireless shutter release but wanted to try to play with it on film when realzing I can't. I havn't tried modding it, but probably won't because the CTR-301P supports up to 1/500s sync so I can sync it with the leaf lenses of the Mamiya, Bronica, and other RF cameras.

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    Has anyone used a yongnuo 622?
    I have the 602s but their sync speed is too slow for leaf shutter, I'm thinking of using pc hot shoe and connect to the 622s.


    Oh and the RF602s work quite well with my old manual Nikon fg with the hot shoe! ( I used Metz58 off camera and a secondary yn467)

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    After mod it works with all the cameras I have but I did not test the 1/500th of the second with Rolleicord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    After mod it works with all the cameras I have but I did not test the 1/500th of the second with Rolleicord.
    What mods?

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    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Iiy4zGE...%3DIiy4zGEt5xU


    I have used 130k Ohm resistor...Good thing is you need to do with only one of RF 603c...

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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    After mod it works with all the cameras I have but I did not test the 1/500th of the second with Rolleicord.
    I doubt it'll sync up to 1/500s. It can't do it even with the TTL dedicated bodies.

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    I will definitely give a test tonight from 1/125...1/500.

    1/500 = 2 milli seconds.

    After mod, wake up time for RF-603c may be -> 0

    Old Rolleicords may not be 1/500 @1/500, so I may have a chance for syncing @1/500.

    Yeah, its an ugly arthematic but let me see how it goes.
    Last edited by baachitraka; 10-21-2013 at 09:17 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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