Flash groups control, 3 groups, 7 different combinations.
Different mode camera remote: single / continuous / Bulb, wired or wireless.
Wirelessly trigger flashguns, studio flashes, outdoor flashes.
Auto-waking up flashguns.
One master camera can control multiple cameras.
TTL pass-through function. (Don't support TTL function)
Flash sync speed can be high up to 1/320s (Subject to different cameras and flashes).
Note: Remote cable should be bought separately according to your camera model (for details please refer to the compatibility form). 1C and 3C remote cables are available in our store!
Compatible cameras and flashes:
Camera: for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Sony, Olympus, Samsung, Fujifilm, etc.;
Flashgun: for Canon, Olympus, etc.
Radio frequency: 2.4GHz
Signal type: Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)
Antenna: Built-in PCB Antenna
Control distance: 150m (subject to environmental limitations)
Flash groups: 3 groups; 7 different group combinations
Normal triggering sync-speed: 1/320 second(Subject to different cameras and flashes)
Transmitter or Receiver powered by: 2 * AAA batteries(2.4V~3.2V) (not included)
Standby time: G430-TX 100 days, G430-RX 200 hours
Camera shutter port: Diameter 2.5mm
Studio flash (RX)/ECP (TX) ports: Diameter 2.5mm
Safe port voltage: 3.3V to camera (G430-TX), 300V from flash (G430-RX)
Minimum latency: 400μs
Working temperature: -15 ~ 65 degree Celsius
Storage temperature: -30 ~ 85 degree Celsius
Transmitter size: 8.4 * 4.2 * 3.8cm / 3.3 * 1.6 * 1.5in
Receiver size: 8.4 * 4.2 * 3.8cm / 3.3 * 1.6 * 1.5in
Transmitter weight: 49g / 1.7oz
Receiver weight: 47g / 1.65oz
Package size: 21.5 * 12 * 5cm / 8.5 * 4.7 * 2.0in
Package weight: Approx. 203g / 7.2oz (includes the remote cable's weight)
Here's one review of G430(comparing it with Yongnuo RF-602 and Cactus V5) from a forum for your reference:
In a test of 200 shots, the ComTrigs G430 had zero dark frames, even in the presence of several WiFi routers that might otherwise be expected to interfere with the 2.4GHz wireless signal. Unlike the over-hyped Cactus V5 – which doesn't work at short ranges, making it almost useless for macro photography – the ComTrigs experienced no syncing issues wherever I put them. The G430 will trip flashes at shutter speeds up to 1/250 second without banding on the Nikon D700. I would recommend the ComTrig G430 as a flash or camera remote for general use. It's superior to the Yongnuo RF-602 of yesteryear and has no reason not to become the most popular budget wireless trigger.
1. General Troubleshooting Checklist
Make sure the battery is installed and receiver power switch turned on.
Make sure the G430-TX and G430-RX are set to the correct function mode.
Set the G430-TX and G430-RX to the same channel.
Make sure the hot shoe mount is correctly connected.
Make sure the hot shoe is compatible with the flash or camera.
2. Camera shoots but doesn't focus
Make sure the camera body and lens focus mode is set to AF, not MF.
3. Misfires or Signal Interference
Please change the channel of the transmitter and receiver at the same time.
4. Limited Operating distance
Check if the battery is exhausted.
Try to move transmitter's location.
1 * G430TX transmitter
1 * G430RX receiver
1 * Flash Sync cable
1 * 3.5mm-6.35mm flash socket convertor
1 * Compatibility Form
1 * User manual