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YONGNUO YN560 Ⅳ 2.4GHZ Blitz Speedlite Wireless Transceiver Integrierte für Canon Nikon Panasonic Pentax Kamera

YONGNUO YN560 Ⅳ 2.4GHZ Blitz Speedlite Wireless Transceiver Integrierte für Canon Nikon Panasonic Pentax Kamera

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Schaltungsdesign: Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
Leitfaden Nr .: 58 (ISO 100, 105mm)
Blitzmodus: M, Multi
Auslösendes Modus: Kamera Set-up, TX, RX, S1, S2
Zoombereich: 24, 28, 35, 50, 70, 80, 105 mm
Vertikale Drehwinkel: -7 ~ 90 Grad
Horizontal-Drehwinkel: 0 ~ 270 Grad
Stromversorgung: 4 * AA-Batterien (nicht enthalten)
Beleuchtungszeiten: 100 ~ 1500 Mal (AA-alkalische Zelle benutzt)
Recycle Zeit: ca. 3s (AA-alkalische Zelle benutzt)
Farbtemperatur: 5600K
Flashzeit: 1 / 200s ~ 1 / 20000S
Blitzsteuerung: 8 Stufen der Ausgabesteuerung (1/128 ~ 1/1), 29 Ebenen der Feinabstimmung
Externe Schnittstelle: Blitzschuh, PC-Anschluss und externer Ladeanschluss
Drahtlose Auslösedistanz: 20 ~ 25m Innen, 10 ~ 15m im Freien, 100m (2.4G Wireless)
Weitere Features: Die elektronische Blitzkopf Zoomen, Sound Aufforderung PC Prot, Energiesparmodus, Überhitzungsschutz und automatische Einstellungen speichern
Einzelteilgröße: 20 * 7 * 5.5cm / 7.9 * 3.0 * 2.2in
Einzelteilgewicht: 366g / 12,9 Unzen
Packungsgröße: 21 * 10 * 8,5 cm / 8,3 * 3,9 * 3.3in
Paketgewicht: 541g / 1.19Lbs

Paketliste:
1 * Speedlite
1 * Mini-Standplatz
1 * Schutz-Tasche
1 * Benutzerhandbuch (Chinesisch und Englisch)

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  • Q Is this product shipped to my country (Brazil) without problems? I made the purchase on another Chinese site and it was not delivered due to customs restrictions.

    By Orivaldo Junior September 4, 2017

    A Yes , this item is able to ship to Brazil .

    Reply By Customer Service Center September 5, 2017

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  • By Peter G.

    November 16, 2017

    I upgraded from the Yongnuo 560II and couldn't be more pleased. I am still relatively new at using manual flash settings but after watching their video demo on using the YN560IV with the 560TX trigger, I took a chance. NOTE: I opted for also getting the trigger so I could mount it on my K3II which does not have a pop-up flash. I also think it might be much easier this way for a beginner. I was using a Cowyboy Studio setup but this blows that away. I unpacked the flashes and trigger, added batteries, mounted the transmitter on my Pentax K3II, turned on the video and had all three flashes in three groups up and running to perfection within 15 minutes. By far the most simple and cost efficient system I came across. hope these guys are around for a long time because I won't buy any other flash.

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  • By Mark M

    November 14, 2017

    Bought this with the RTF-603 for a budget external set up. Pros: - Price to quality ratio - Consistency in firing - Easy to use with the manual - Opens up a whole new world for photography Cons: - No high-speed sync, limited to 1/160 - No TTL This is a must own for every photographer looking for a budget flash. If I had bought this before new lenses I would have easily extended the life of my 18-55 kit lens before needing to upgrade. I highly recommend this flash with the RTF-603 wireless triggers. Just make sure to get AA rechargeable batteries.

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  • By S. Hong

    September 29, 2017

    I use this flash almost every day. I shoot real estate photography (and am an agent as well) and I use this as part of my lighting kit. I have the older YN560 II as well, and there are several advantages to this newer version 4 over the older version 2. First off, I love that you can customize many functions on this flash. One thing I changed was that pushing the power button will immediately shut off the flash. I love that. I frequently use this for a shot, then will stick it in my pocket and shoot a different shot without it. Hitting the power for a brief moment turns it off (custom setting). I also like that it flashes the red LED on the front when the unit is on. That way I know at a glance that it is turned on and waiting. The older version did not have this feature.

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  • By Photographica

    September 21, 2017

    It works just like it you expect -- a no-frills flash to work... very manual. I like the power control function to step down or up exposure. It gives me the ability to play with my depth of field (lens aperture setting) and maintain constant exposure. For example, I work on getting the exposure range I want then stop down or up for desired depth of field while compensating exposure with the flash power control. That's great for close up work. Hint: use a long, close focusing lens with this flash mounted on your camera. I like the awesome power range!

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  • By Dae Jeong

    September 9, 2017

    Responsive, excellent flash and remote units. I have been using these at shoots for the past 2 months, and they have not failed me yet. They are cheap, but fairly hefty and solid. I'd even say that they are just as solid as my Nikon SB-700. The only thing that you might have to get used to if you are used to only using Nikon/Canon flashes is that these tighten to the hotshoe with a pressure mounted screw, not a clipping/locking mechanism like OEMs. You have to double check to make sure that the units are fully in the hotshoe before tightening. If you are a photog on a budget, I highly recommend these.

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  • By B***m

    August 20, 2017

    The flashes and controller are fantastic. They work very well and are easy to use. They offer flexibility to control triggering mode, power levels, (flash) zoom, etc. - all from the transmitter mounted on the camera. Bonus points for outstanding and over-the-top customer service. I accidentally ordered the kit with a Nikon controller, which was incompatible with my Canon camera. I sent an email asking about exchanging it for the Canon controller, and the company said they'd just send the one for Canon. At no cost. I couldn't be happier.

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  • By kkungfupandaa

    August 16, 2017

    This flash is a great starting point. I have owned it for about 3 months now and it works great. I only own one so I cannot review the RX or TX function but the slave mode is great to use with the pop up flash. It can detect it from pretty much anywhere in a closed room even if the pop up flash is on the lowest power. The power goes from 1/128 power to 1/1 power. The mount surprisingly is metal so it is durable. The recycle time is little to none with fresh batteries. The missing TTL is not that big a deal as setting the power manually is not very hard. The interface is nice and clean. If you do not own a speedlite yet or need a slave, ADD TO CART NOW!

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  • By Mélanie

    August 1, 2017

    C'est le deuxième flash de cette marque que j'achète. Il est vraiment génial pour un prix défiant toute concurrence. Je fais de la photo en loisir et je n'ai pas les moyens ou l'utilité d'un flash de marque Canon ou Nikon. Je suis entièrement satisfaite de ce produit et je le recommande à tous ceux qui souhaitent se lancer dans la photographie au flash avec un petit budget. Comme c'est un flash manuel, il va falloir s'habituer au début et faire quelques tests. Mais si vous n'êtes pas dans l'urgence et que des réglages en amont du shooting sont possibles, ce flash répondra parfaitement à vos attentes.

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  • By Philip Reese

    July 26, 2017

    I started with a Mark II version of this flash a while ago, and recently wanted to upgrade to using several flashes for off camera lighting effects. I bought two of these, and they work perfectly for my needs. I use them on my Sony A99 and my most common configuration is this: MK IV on the camera set to not fire itself, but just to control another, second MK IV on a stand with umbrella, and the MK II as an optical slave hair light. It's not TTL, which is a plus to me, and it has all the features I could ask for.

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  • By Aurora Winters

    July 22, 2017

    I love my Sony A6000's but one thing I don't love is there flashes for it. They are pricey and not very well thought out when compared to Nikon and Canon's I have used in the past. I decided to try out these Yougnuo's I have been hearing all these rave reviews about and always thought they had to be Chinese junk. We'll the reviews were right and I was wrong about these, they are amazing. They out perform flashes I have had for four to five times the amount minus the TTL which is very overrated. Look, if you don't know how to work a flash get on Youtube watch a few video's and learn, it's not hard and you will be rocking these things. The instructions are a bit so-so but again Youtube, spacifically ZY production's review of the YN560 IV really helped me get it to fire with the YN 560-TX controller I also ordered with it. I bought one and will be ordering another two real soon.

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  • By BryGuyMcFly

    July 22, 2017

    For the price this can't be beat! Great build quality and easy intuitive controls. Linked easy and effortlessly with the YN560-TX wireless RF controller. Best part, this Canon version does indeed work with my Samsung NX1 in manual mode. I'm glad I didn't give my right kidney for an over-priced TTL speedlite for Sammy. Heck for less than the price of one Samsung TTL flash or Metz for that matter, you can buy multiple of these Yongnuo, controller, light modifiers, and flash stands to really elevate your creativity and quality of photos to another level.Highly recommended!

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  • By Ernesto Valdez

    June 7, 2017

    I've had this flash for about two and a half weeks and so far I'm loving it. I love the fact that I can use it not only on my Nikon camera but also on my little Fuji X100S. It hasn't miss-fired yet and I've taken about 150 pictures with it. I use it in combination with the Yongnuo YN560-TX for Nikon and the cool thing is it actually works with my Fuji as well. So far I don't have anything negative to say, but maybe with time I'll find something I don't like. It's easy to use and configure if you've used Yongnuo flashes before. Pretty straight forward.

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  • By Susanna Bozzetto

    June 3, 2017

    I did not expect them to be so good, I bought them because they had the best review for a low price. They work great for portraits and photography of products. They do not have too much reach if it is about groups or something that is far away. That's why I would recommend it for portraits or things that are going to be close to the flashes. You can place them separated from the camera with the transmitter to generate different sets of light and shades. I've been using them for a while, they keep working as if they were new.

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  • By Fantasyman

    May 14, 2017

    Sets a new standard for on-camera\off-camera speedlights. Has more features\functions than I care to list. Here is a simple rundown: 1. Built-n wireless control. You can either trigger this via the other Yongnuo flash triggers, or, you can place one unit on your camera and fire multiple other units wirelessly by radio. 2. Adjustable zoom rate, you can adjust the zoom to fit your lens, very handy. 3. High output, this is a very powerful flash. 4. A full eight-stop adjustable power level option, from full power to 1/128th power.

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  • By MPC

    March 21, 2017

    I want to give some specific information on the Yongnuo YN560-TX for Canon or the Yongnuo YN560-TX for Nikon with the Yongnuo YN560 IV manual flash for first time users of off camera flash. I use these two flash controllers/triggers with the Yongnuo YN560 IV manual flash. It’s a great combination. The main reason for getting these flash controller/triggers is so you don’t have to walk back and forth to each flash to change the flash settings. I also had an incident when the person I was working with (who was shorter in height than me), could not change the settings on the back of the flash because the flash was too high on the stand and couldn’t see the LCD display! This controller/trigger eliminates this problem. Also, this controller/trigger uses two AA batteries which are easy to find and replace. I use the Eneloop batteries. I only need to carry one type of battery with me. If you check on the Interent, many people are rewiring their Yongnuo triggers (Canon version) to work with Panasonic and Olympus cameras. For those of you who use Panasonic cameras, the Yongnuo YN560-TX for Nikon WILL WORK WITHOUT ANY MODIFICATIONS. I have used it with a Panasonic GH4. The Canon version must be rewired and is very difficult to slide on to the hot shoe. If you’re not careful, the Canon version can get stuck in the Panasonic hot shoe! So just use the Yongnuo YN560-TX for Nikon controller/trigger instead. I use this flash setup for any lighting situation where flash fill is needed. A quick way to determine this is to look at the subjects eye sockets. If the sockets are dark, which I call “Raccoon Eyes”, you need to fill it with flash. If you are outside, the main light is from the sun and the Yongnuo flash will provide the fill. I usually put the Yongnuo YN560 IV flash on a light stand, 10 feet away, set at the widest flash setting 24mm. A good starting point is to have the flash contribute 30% of the total light to the picture. The other 70% would be from the sun. You can do this by “chimping”, that is, change settings-shoot-view LCD until the picture looks correct. Or you can use a light meter that can calculate the flash plus main light ratio for you and give you the camera settings. I use a light meter since I can usually lock in the correct settings with two test shots. Some of the Sekonic light meters have the ability to calculate flash fill percentages. Examples are the Sekonic L-358 and Sekonic L478D. NOT ALL METERS CAN DO THIS. If the light meter is too expensive, just rent one for a week until you get the feel of calculating the settings yourself. However, I really recommend using a meter since you can lock in the settings quickly and spend more time shooting and less time fiddling with camera settings. You’ll actually save money if you’re shooting a paid model. One last comment regarding the Yongnuo YN560 IV manual flash. I purchased this one because it can accept an external battery pack such as the Canon CP-E3 and CPE4. But, I do not recommend the Canon packs since the clips that hold the batteries in place always break. You can buy a cheaper 3rd party external pack instead. This will dramatically cut down the recycle time of the flash, especially when using the flash at full power. Although the Yongnuo flash has a beep tone to let you know when the flash is fully recycled, you may not be able to hear it unless you are in a quiet place. If you are a fast shooter, the flash might not be recycled on the next shot resulting in underexposure.

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  • By Smeagol

    February 13, 2017

    Je l'utilise avec un EOS 700D et ça fonctionne parfaitement dès l'installation sur le sabot. Possibilité de l'utiliser en mode esclave pour declanchement via l'appareil en liaison optique. ne pas oublier au préalable d'activer la fonction sans fil depuis le menu de l'appareil . sinon je trouve la qualité de fabrication plutôt bonne, la notice en français se trouve facilement sur le net. à voir avec l'usage dans le temps si le flash tient la route pour l'heure il fait super bien le travail et pour ce prix ça vaut le coup

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  • By OptimusBrown

    January 19, 2017

    Great flash, for the money. This was my first attempt at using flash photography! There are so many choices of flash available, but I think this might be the best bang for your buck out there. I leaned how to do flash photography with this and moving forward it has enough options that I can grow with this and it is also easy to add extra ones for multi strobe use. If you are on the fence get it. The quality is great, so-so on the directions that came with it but take your time and play around with it and you will be fine.

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  • By B. L. Holliday

    January 18, 2017

    I bought this as a second light to feed my growing off-camera flash addiction, mostly for the optical trigger. I was wary about the number of reviews of units that were either DOA or dead after two or three shoots, but it's been dependable for me. I even take it out occasionally just to test it and make sure it's still going. I think at least part of the problem has to do with battery voltage leak—all batteries do this to some degree—over long periods of time. So, it stays in my camera bag, and I don't leave batteries in it like I do my Canon strobe. So my advice for other frugal photographers out there is that if you buy one of these, baby it, despite the apparent build quality. I do want to say a few things about the cycle times. It's not great. The fact that the audible notifications on it give me different beeps to let me know that it's fired and that it's ready to go again, though, is great. It works for what I'm using it for, but photogs who love shooting in burst mode should look elsewhere, if not for dedicated monolights, to give them peace of mind that it's going to fire every time. I think this flash is pretty reasonably priced as a second light, and maybe as a temporary light while a photographer saves up for something better.

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  • By kenlie04

    January 17, 2017

    We use the Yongnuo flashes for our photography business all the time. They are inexpensive, which is great because it seems like a flash accidentally gets dropped quite often in our world. My only complaint with these is that they are inconsistent. The older units seemed to be more consistent at flashing at full power. That said, I love the built in trigger system. Having used cactus triggers for years (now switching to these flashes with a yn-560 TX transmitter or justus flash on the mount on the camera), it's nice to be able to adjust the flash power from the camera instead of having to run back and forth.

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  • By Paul

    November 7, 2016

    I have about twelve of these flashes and use them for wedding, event and real estate photography. I'm very happy with them but only give them a four star rating, because the quality is a lottery game. They might be dead right out of the box or they might just die in a few months or weeks. They might survive three falls on concrete and still work rock solid after two years of daily use. Don't know. Considering the low price and always having backup flashes with me, I can live with that. Things you need to know: These flashes are fully manual. No TTL. No high speed sync either. Meaning your shutter speed cannot exceed 1/160s or whatever your camera's sync speed is. Most people not comfortable with shooting in Manual mode should exit here and look for other products. You can fire these with a) YN560-TX triggers (recommended) b) Yongnuo RF-603 I or II triggers c) another YN560 IV flash WIth 4 Eneloop batteries I get about 100 full 1/1 power pops out of them. Manual adjustments are really easy to make from 1/128 to 1/1 power in either full steps or 1/3 steps. If they don't suddenly die (which doesn't happen that often, but it does), they are otherwise very reliable. I never had an issue on the job. The light output is as powerful as any high end speedlite flash. Outdoors I like to use three of them on a triple hotshoe bracket and get the light output of a studio strobe in a highly portable package running on AA batteries. I like to work with them because the manual settings are really easy to adjust and they are chap enough that I can replace them. I can leave one on a lightstand in a conference room and walk away. Comforting.

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