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March 22, 2017
First of all let me thank Amazon yet again for their excellent service. I have been using Amazon for several years now and have never had a problem. I always try to find products that are “fulfilled by Amazon” if possible, although I also have never had any problems with purchases by “other suppliers” through Amazon. I have a Sony Alpha SLT-A58 Camera and it has been difficult finding information with regards to flash equipment compatibility without having to pay top prices for Sony-Own-Brand equipment. I have read many reviews for flash guns and wireless triggers of various manufacturers. I came across these YongNuo YN-560 III flashguns and decided to try them out. I purchased 2 of them and they worked perfectly without the need for any hot-shoe adapter!!! They are very powerful with a Guide No. of 58 for a focal length of 105mm. The output has 8 levels so intensity is easily reduced. They also have a built-in Wireless Receiver that is compatible with their RF-603 or RF-602 wireless transceivers. They don’t support TTL exposure so you have to use manual exposures. I wasn’t sure about the transceivers as they are supplied for Canon and Nikon cameras and have hot-shoes and cables unique to these cameras. I decided to try them out as they are not expensive. I purchased RF-603II C3 and RF603II N3, and guess what? They all worked with my camera!!! (again without any hot-shoe adapter or cable). (You set the YN-560 flashgun to Rx Slave mode) You actually only need 1 trigger as the YN-560 flashguns have their own built-in receivers. Also, these triggers (transceivers) are both Transmitters and Receivers, so can be used with other makes of flashgun. I have tested them over a range of 10metres and they worked faultlessly. Admittedly I can’t use them to fire the shutter of my camera as they are intended for Canon/Nikon cameras. I don’t see why these flashguns and wireless transceivers can’t work on other cameras. (as long you don’t need TTL or shutter operation) The build quality of this equipment is unbelievably top quality for the price. I hope this review helps a lot of people as I spent many hours researching and reading reviews. I now intend to purchase at least 2 more flashguns to enable me to setup a lighting studio without having to trip over cables!
March 22, 2017
This flashgun works as advertised. The listing mentions the fact that this is a manual flash. So this flashgun comes nowhere near a fully dedicated flash for ease of use. There is no E-TTL feature, which means that the camera cannot really communicate with the flash. Evaluative through the lens metering is used on a dedicated flash. The camera would signal a preflash in order to evaluate the power required for a well exposed picture. Another feature on a dedicated flash is the zoom. Whilst zooming the camera would communicate with the flash (you would actually hear the flash adjust). Now this fashgun, as the description suggests, is fully manual. Yet it is still a very valid alternative, and with some hands on experience you can get some great creative pictures. A couple of decades ago we took awesome pictures using fully manual cameras with non autofocus lenses, and using light meters to determine the aperture and shutter speed....E-TTL flashes were science fiction. I find myself using the YN560 III very often due to full control over the flash, thanks to the comprehensive full fledged "menu". Build quality is very good, and the LCD display combined with the button layout makes the YN560 a great flash. The slave function works very well too. I would recommend that you search whether this flash is compatible with your specific camera. It is not compatible with all the models of the mentioned brand names. For those who do not fancy dishing out 5 times as much for a dedicated flash, or people wanting to learn and experiment with flashes I would say that this flash is worth every penny. The price of this flashgun is a real bargain when taking into account it's numerous useful functions. Highly recommended.
By red storm
March 22, 2017
I was skeptical at first about buying such a cheap flash however upon arrival my doubts were unfounded. The flash is well built and sturdy and fits my D3100 like a glove. The flash on full power is very powerful which is great for outside but can be lowered to 1/128 of full power. There is no ttl on this flash it's manual only but it does come with in built transeivers for use with the relevant yongnuo triggers. Also included is a foot so you can position it off camera more easily and a nice case to carry it all in. My personal opinion is that you should learn manual flash before going down the automatic iTTl route but not only that with 1 nikon sb700 costing nearly £250 for the same price you could get two of these a set of wireless triggers and some umbrellas and have a nice little set up and have money left over. This is an excellent product for the price and would highly recommend.
March 22, 2017
I bought this based on positive reviews from various people and the incredibly low price, and I am absolutely satisfied with my purchase. The product is above and beyond what I expected; the build quality is fantastic (I managed to drop it whilst on from about a metre up while it was on and it kept going without a hiccup), the head rotates and tilts as much as you could want, it has excellent manual control settings, all the way down to 1/128 power in 0.3EV steps, which is invaluable due to the flash's very high power (GN58, on par with flashes six times its price). I've used it wirelessly off-camera using the slave mode with excellent results. I was considering the Metz 44 AF-1 which is almost three times as expensive, far less powerful and has far more limited manual controls, the only advantage being the ability to do automatic TTL metering. I'm honestly astounded that I managed to get such a first-class product for so much less - again, comparable first-party TTL flashes are five to six times as much money. Highly recommended.
March 22, 2017
An excellent value, well made flashgun which offers excellent control especially over the most commonly used functions including changing the power setting from 1/1 to 1/128 in either full or 1/3 stops. It refreshes very quickly between flashes, I have a Metz AF44 and AF58 and this refreshes faster than either of them. OK so it is not TTL but if you are using this as an additional flash for creative purposes then that isn't"t an issue. Set on S2 mode it ignores the preflash from a TTL gun and triggers at the correct time so you can use TTL as the main source and this gun for background fill or with a modifier, as a rim light or similar. I cannot believe how cheap this gun is compared to my Metz ones and it works fine on the hotshoe of my Panasonic GH4 and GX7
By d. hart
March 22, 2017
I bought one of these YN560 Mk3 flashes to supplement a Nissin Di866 as I wanted to do off camera flash work. The Yongnuo YN560 Mk3 has really impressed me. Build quality and device function has been good and the price is so much cheaper than other alternatives. The inclusion of built in RF receiver will be very useful in due course, but for now I am just using slave triggering by flash strobe which has worked well indoors. If you only wanted 1 flash to just use on the camera, the absence of TTL metering would be a considerable drawback and I would recommend looking at a Nissin or other make with that function built in. However if you wanted to experiment with multiple off camera flash then the Yongnuo YN560 Mk3 id a really strong candidate. If you coupled two of these plus a RF 603 you could run the two flashguns plus another existing flash you might have for less than £150, which is amazing value.
By anthony s.
March 22, 2017
I used to have an original Canon flashgun, but when that blew up (my own fault, it got wet) I took a chance on this Yongnuo brand. Amazing....they do the job but at a fraction of the cost. I now have 2 of these ones, and 1 other, a new model with TTL and HSS. These flashguns are every bit as good as the Canon equivalent. Perhaps a little less well built, and perhaps a little slower to recharge from a high power discharge, but they do the job well. Like I say, I have 3 now, with compatible triggers and receivers. I'm definitely a Yongnuo fan now.
March 21, 2017
I bought this item after doing considerable research. I'd been planning on buying its predecessor, the YN560 II, but the mark III came on the market shortly before my purchase. I bought this item together with the RF-603 remote triggers, so I'd be able to use it as an off-camera flash. Tuning both the flash and the triggers was fiddly but done in 10-15 minutes, mainly because I'd not realised the remote trigger needs to be mounted on the camera before you can tell they're communicating. The instructions are OK, though the English is a little disjointed. Guide numbers are included in the instruction book for various levels of zoom: these are for a clear line of sight with the gun pointing directly forward. When you bounce the light off the ceiling the zoom seems to make little difference, so I normally use it at the widest setting. The unit comes with a little stand, so you can prop it on a surface if you want to use it off camera without a light stand. This has limited application, but is a nice addition. The instruction book warns that if the unit is always used at full power then its life will be shortened. In practice 1/2 or 1/4 power works fine for most situations, with full power only being needed occasionally. I'm giving it four stars because there's a slightly odd mechanical noise developed when the zoom cycles round from full zoom back to widest zoom - it's working fine, but I'll be keeping an eye on it.
By b. o'leary
March 21, 2017
This is an all manual flash for experienced photographers who need a cheap flexible lighting set up. They work best in pairs, or sets of 3+ with light modifiers (umbrellas, octabox, beauty dish etc..) to make most of the built in wireless receiver. Match it up to the YN-560 Controller or a 603 trigger and you have a cheap portable system that will give you endless possibilities at a fraction of the cost of a set of battery operated strobes. At first (when I was very inexperienced) I regretted buying this flash and moved onto a used Canon 430EX, but have since learned to make the most of this flash and the massive potential it affords you. Where it excels: - Outdoor Fill Flash - With light modifiers (umbrellas, octaboxes, softboxes, beauty dishes) - On location shoots where space and time are an issue - In experienced hands. Where it fails: - Event work in dark venues (No AF assist light) - Overheats cheap batteries (but works perfect with rechargeable eneloops) Best things about this flash: - Price (I have 2, soon to be 3) - Wireless capabilities Worst things: Build Quality: - The battery door is a known weak point and I've had issues in one - The buttons became stuck on one of mine, refusing to turn off
By paul michael
March 21, 2017
I bought this flashgun with a pair of YongHup RF 603N wireless triggers. Its a well built unit, has a feel of quality about it and the backlit menu is excellent. However the manual leaves abit to be desired, so go online and see videos about setting it up. The gun fired on the flash, fired on its slave modes using the on camera popup flash and with a another flash triggering it. It also fired if you put a wireless trigger on the camera and one on the flash gun. BUT I could not get it to pair using its built in reciever with either of the triggers. I thought the gun was faulty and decided to send it back. * After ordering another one of these from a different supplier, and another pair of wireless triggers, it seems the original triggers I had bought were defective and not the flash gun
By a b odesanya
March 21, 2017
It works exactly as the reviews have documented. This is a brilliant flash gun. Manual only and works flawless on Sony A77. I got this with the Yongnuo 560 TX and at first attempt, straight out of the box, the YN 560 III flash gun responded. Flash power is as good as my Sony HVL F58, only 7 times cheaper in price. Recycle time is good, and tested from approx 10 feet away and flash responded, It does what it says in the book. READ the instruction booklet and understand the settings or go to Youtube. It will make your work flawless. Great flashgun that feels and looks professional. I ordered a second flashgun. Its that good. NOTE. You will need a hotshot adaptor for your sony A77 camera. Sony A77 does not recognise the YN 560 III flashgun when it is in the camera hot shoe. However, YN 560 III flash gun will respond to shutter release from sony A77.
March 21, 2017
Absolutely great! So good I bought another after I got it. I like the simplicity and features. It has a strobe which is really interesting but don't know if I will use yet. Its a powerful flash and it will be useful for anybody needing either a main or supplementary speedlight. The only downside for beginners is the lack of ttl but dont let that stop you. Go out and learn how to flash manually. It makes ou more creative and learn more about what your kit should be doing. The included case with pocket for the plastic base is a nice idea too. Downsides: - I don't know if it is normal but the charging light is green while the ready light is red. Is that normal or is somebody colour blind? (I hope it's not me) - The flash head is larger than my metz and although it isnot massive, it fills a little bigger if not heavy. - The flash is supposed to trigger wirelessly. I was hoping it would work with any of my current triggers but it didnt. I have ordered the rf603s but would be happier if Yongnuo hurried up and released their fancier trigger to control the flashes from camera. Being able to control these flashes remotely will really make them worth every penny. At the price I can get several of these to a single metz or canon and if you just want the flash to light a background or hair then why pay more?
By scott dunn
December 21, 2016
If you're looking into good quality photography on budget and don't have thousands to spend, read on! I bought one of these on 12/10/2014 and have been using it almost daily / weekly since and its absolutely fantastic. I have used it both on my Canon 1100D and Canon 6D, along with Yong Nuo RF-603 C1 wireless triggers ( see http://www.amazon.co.uk/Yongnuo-RF-603-wireless-trigger-Transceiver/dp/B00ARAM3PS/ref=cm_cr-mr-title ). It works great as a primary flash and also as a slave and triggers perfectly when used on infrared. A shutter speed of 1/125 is about as fast as it can handle without having to worry about cutting off the light - any faster and you will need to start checking for white bars of light running across your photo. I have found that a shutter speed of 1/80 is pretty sweet. As with pretty much all battery operated flash guns, its a good idea to buy a selection of rechargeables, as they do tend to eat through them - this one is no different, but you can easily get a good few hours of constant use from one full charge (and that's from using it at the more powerful settings) I've been so impressed with Yong Nuo 560 speedlights that this is the second one that I have bought and will no doubt be buying more as needs demand. One great benefit of this mk 3 is that it automatically goes into standby mode if not used for a period of time which saves a lot of battery life! It's worth noting that this is a manual flash and as such you will have to manually set the desired power settings - This is fine if you're working in constant conditions, such as shooting in one location, a studio, living room, garage etc; where the light settings are not likely to change. It's a little more tricky if you are moving around to different locations and lighting conditions (think wedding photography, constantly moving from location to location and working on the fly). You will need to spend more (sometimes a lot more) to find a speedlight that will work automatically with your camera's settings for this. As for flash modifiers, I highly recommend a Universal Lambancy Flash Diffuser (aka Lightsphere clone - see http://www.amazon.co.uk/Universal-Cloudy-Lambency-Diffuser-Flashes/dp/B008Y36FOU/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1425220800&sr=1-2&keywords=WJR.Accessories+UK ) and a Portable Mini Flash Softbox ( aka Lastolite Ezybox Speed-lite clone - see http://www.amazon.co.uk/Professional-Portable-Diffuser-Flashgun-Speedlite/dp/B00MPGZ0SY/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top ).
October 22, 2016
Lots of info on the net about this model. Very popular and rightly so. The power output rivals high end canon nikon speedlights which cost over £300. The new YN560tx (£25 on ebay) allows you to remotely adjust the power/ zoom settings and fire 6 separate groups of YN560iii flashes! I was going to get some elinchrom d-lites but this setup offers way more versatility for less money. The S2 optical slave mode is very useful as it allows you to fire the flash in conjunction with a TTL setup e.g. as a background fill. You also get external power sockets and sync ports which are found only on the most expensive canon nikon speedlites. This flash doesn't do TTL and the flash power needs to be set by you manually. If you want TTL flash always go for the dedicated same manufacturers flash. Third party TTL flashes such as those from Yongnuo Nissin Metz etc will never offer the same consistency of exposure as the pricier units from Canon Nikon. As with all speedlites bounce the light off walls/ceilings or use softboxes/modifiers for best results.
July 7, 2016
I had read some of the other reviews by photographers who had purchased this Chinese brand and manufactured Speedlite, for the price paid, I had my reservations, (Whilst I have not had time to test the unit yet), my initial reaction is one of extreme Surprise, I was expecting a broken white box, i was wrong, the Yongnuo YN 560 III Wireless 2.4, is very nicely packaged in its own branded box, a rather pleasant Gold Effect with black lyrics, at first glance it looks professional, having taken the unit out of the well packaged box, the unit has a fairly nice build quality, to be honest, it looks the same as a Canon Speedlite, and the swivel head and flash turn mechanism to me almost seems better than Canon, has a soft feel to it, it comes with a nice case, similar to Canon, branded with yongnuo on the front, a flash stand, and a good set of instructions, having read those, the Chinese are clearly trying to up their game, by having them translated somewhat better than in the past, I had no problems understand what they were trying to convey, it seems to me, China is trying to do better with its own branded products, instead of making them for other western companies. The buttons on the back of the unit are as shown in the photo, they look clearly presented, and a good size LCD screen, so far so good, as i said I have not had time to test it yet, but the unit has the look of a larger Canon 600 EX RT, and is designed by the instructions I have read to do exactly the same job, but for £54.00 and not £470.00 thats a big difference if your on a budget, I'm not sure if its TTL I don't believe it is, but it doesn't seem to take long to alter the power settings on the rear of this unit, and in any event I am someone who likes to set my own power flash settings and zoom settings, you will need an R202 or R203 wireless transmiter for your camera from Yongnuo, but these are fairly easy to pick up here at Amazon and reasonably priced, if it goes well I am going to buy another 2 of them, thats only £162.00 for 3....think about it, and consider this unit for your needs, delivery was speedy, I ordered on Wednesday afternoon, on Thursday it was delivered. best of luck.
June 25, 2016
These units are excellent and great value for money. Build quality is also excellent. Ok, they are not TTL but using them as I do for off camera flash in portraits etc. you don't need it. I prefer to have full control of the lighting myself anyway. They are powerful, give good control over output and recycle quickly. Good power saving features, I expected to be replacing batteries much more often than I do. It's about time someone gave the camera manufacturers a bit of competition and incentive to reduce their exorbitant prices for accessories. You won't be disappointed if you buy one of these,
By j. bourne
June 14, 2016
This is a very good manual flash gun at a very reasonable price. I used four of the original YN-560 flashes to photograph a year in the life of a family of badgers a couple of years ago. This entailed using these flashes at night in all weathers including rain and snow. On warm or moderately cool nights I would sit out but on cold winter nights I often sheltered in the warm leaving the camera and flashes out in the freezing cold, using radio triggers to take shots when the badgers appeared. They held up admirably and I would have been pleased and still considered them good value if one or even two had failed during that time, but they didn't. I still have them all and they are still all fully functional. I didn't invest in the mk II since the originals are still functional, but I bought a couple of the new mk III versions because there are some new features that make the purchase worthwhile. The new model has a radio receiver built in where the previous models needed a separate receiver to be attached for remote radio triggering. This makes them easier to set up and easier to keep dry in wet weather. The newer models also have an LCD vs The arrays of LEDs on the original (lit up like a xmas tree). The power saving and sleep modes are also improved with several options configurable via the new UI using the LCD.
June 9, 2016
A few years ago and a flashgun like this one would be like something out of science fiction. Personally I much prefer the glowing tiny bulbs of the original Yongnuo 560 display (have two of those) but the built in radio receiver on the III is much appreciated and for very little money compared to the Nikon or Canon flashguns. IMO you will need at least two flashguns for strobist portraiture indoors - preferably three...but they don't all have to be Yongnuo flashes to work. All you will need is an extra radio receiver...but if you have an original Yongnuo 560 this or the MKII can be fired in S1 slave mode so all you need is one radio transmitter - the 603. The Mk II version of this is best. I think Yongnuo and Godox are going all out for world domination, and will probably succeed!
By r.e. viewer
May 25, 2016
This is a manual mode only flash that has built in 2.4Ghz remote control. I use this with my Canon 5D mk3 and a set of Yongnuo YN RF-603 C3 triggers. No trigger is needed for the flash end, just your camera if it does not already have it. I can now shoot with wireless flash at up to 1/160 shutter speed. This unit feels a little cheaper than my Canon 430 EX II but not a million miles away. It is much brighter than the 430, as it should be. The big issue of course is price. The Canon 600EX-RT flash is £430. This thing is not just cheaper, but in a different world price-wise. Even is this proves less reliable and needs replaced every year or so, it would still be worth it. I can buy almost NINE of these for the cost of the Canon. Okay so it does not have ETTL, but that is of limited use when bounce flashing or shooting through an umbrella etc anyway. It is also a little tricky to get the diffuser panel out. Generally I am a fan of paying extra for quality and would not normally even consider a typically "cheap" copy of anything. Canon's ridiculous pricing though means I have, and I am glad I have. I bought this and the pair of triggers mentioned for about seventy-five quid. Used with my existing Canon 430EX II flash and I have twin wireless flash. To do this with an all canon setup such as two 600EX-RT and a transmitter from Canon would be about one thousand pounds. I will update the review in time if anything changes, so far though I am very happy.
By bobolakis konstadinos
March 17, 2016
This flash is not a new one.its very capable ,you get a tone of features for the money you spend,its made of good materials and its very powerful (58 GN) Stronger than a lot of Nikon or Canon flashes that cost 2 or 3 times more(i.e.SB-700 GN 33) So i ll buy more of those instead of the ''top-branded'' .I use it with Sanyo eneloops and works just great ! A tiny thing only,the difuser and the reflector card does not come out with ease unless you have a long nail....but that's ok,maybe its because its new yet. I bought this from V-BASKET,nothing wrong with them,clear transaction on time and well protected package. One of my best purchases for sure.
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