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By Ryan Henderson
January 11, 2018
+ Shipping from HK was fast. Arrived in 5 business days. + On off button is easier to use. + Bigger display + Head adjusts easily without having to hold down the unlock button, yet it stays in place just fine. + Has a pull out diffuser + a bounce card. + Bottom locking ring is simple and easy to use. Better than the Canon button lock. + You can turn off the chime noise. + The back of the flash will display the aperture setting from your camera. + Rear d-pad is better than the 430EX's buttons which tend to get stuck down. - Battery door is not so strong, but even the door on the Canon looks like it could break easily. Yongnuo offers a replacement door on ebay. - Requires good batteries. Old NiMH batteries that worked in my Canon flash didn't work in the Yongnuo. - Flash exposure lock will fire the flash, but ends up over-exposing the image.
By Jason W. Peters
January 8, 2018
I have a YN-568EX, YN-568EX II and a Nikon SB700. The 568EX II like the SB700 can do Auto FP (high speed sync). The 568EX cannot do high speed sync. The menus are easy to navigate, but not as easy as the Nikon, since the flashes are designed around the Cannon brand I would guess they are similar to the Cannon models. I bought this YN flashes for there i-TTL capability using CLS to control them directly from my D600. I have never had a problem with CLS (creative lighting system) to control my off camera flashes in manual or i-TTL. I bought the SB700 first because I wasn't sure how reliable the YN flashes would be, but you really cannot tell the difference when working off camera. Both of the YN work in the camera's hot shoe, but some functionality like Auto FP or BL mode doesn't seem to work on the 568EX or 568EX ii. After purchasing the SB700 I figured that I would give the YN a chance since they are a 1/3 the price. IMO they work great!! If you only need one flash don't hesitate to purchase one of the YN flashes, just know they may not have all the functionality of the Nikon speedlites when mounted in the hot shoe. Put one on a light stand with or without a modifier and you would be hard pressed to tell the difference. I use CLS all the time with my pop up flash as the commander. I recently started looking at the Pocket Wizard Mini/Flex and the Phottix Odin (TTL systems) to trigger the flashes thru walls or other obstructions. I was surprised to learn that neither of these triggers work with the YN flashes. Both manufactures only test with the name brand flashes. I have read over and over about problems with Nikons CLS not working in direct sun light and that maybe be in some situations, but before you spend the money for the trigging system be sure to test for yourself. I have been very impressed with how well this system works in my workflow.
December 30, 2017
I purchased three Yongnuo flashes: (2) YN568IIs, and a YN500EX. I have had the 568s less than 6 months and one of them fails to zoom as of last night. The YN500EX makes a super loud popping sound like it's getting ready to blow up or something. Discovered both of those issues while shooting a wedding last night. Luckily I had another Canon flash as back-up. The YN568EXIIs impressed me with their affordable price and lots of features up until last night. Bottom line....do not trust them on the job. I will stick with Nikon/Canon speedlights from now on. These are disposable flashes not meant to last very long I assume. Edit/Update: The zoom issue was actually user error. I had not fully pushed the wide angle diffuser back into the flash head. Found this after following troubleshooting steps emailed to me by Yongnuo customer service. The YN500EX seems to be working fine as well after swapping batteries. Weird since previous batteries were charged. Anyway, changed rating from 2 to 4 stars and glad to have them working.
December 26, 2017
The flash is a very cost effective alternative to the Canon brand flashes. I have used it only a few times yet it works very well with my Canon 7D. The battery door tabs break due to the pressure from the three batteries that push against the left side of the battery compartment door. I now have to order a replacement door from the manufacturer in China since the door no longer sits flush with the flash body. You can do a Google search to see what the issue is. Even with this issue I still recommend this flash. It is of very good quality otherwise and will save you several hundred dollars over the Canon equivalent. I received the replacement door and it was very easy to install once I watched a youtube video on how to do it. DO NOT manhandle the door when trying to remove it. You need to use a small flathead screwdriver to remove the door. See the video. Going forward I need to keep the batteries out of the flash or the same thing will happen to the new door.
December 12, 2017
I been using this flash along with 3 other 500ex flash. I can use this as a master wireless controller to control the other 3 flashes. The only downside is you can only use them proficient with the TTL function. If you do manual settings you can not set the power and zoom remote. Also high speed is not available in manual mode remotely. The best I like to use is with the 622 wireless remotes with the master transceiver that has the LCD window. You can set all remotely. Power output high speed sync. All can be set. But if you just want all with TTL this one is for you. Max I was able to get is 70-80 full power pops. This is very low. If you go on a Fashion show. Your minimum is about 1200 shots for 3 to 4 hour work. That is about one tenth what normal battery gets you. The other thing I try is mount 3 flashes on a stand and use it in 1/16 th power that gets the right amount of pops. Very good flash other than that. For casual use 80 pops is good enough.
By Ricardo Torres
December 12, 2017
GREAT flash! This is my second Yongnuo flash (the first one I got was the 560 ex iii which is manual) and I love it! I love Yongnuo products, they are very affordable and you get more than what you pay for! Comparing it to a Canon flash this is a great deal. I would want a little bit of more power from this flash, but it's okay I don't have any complains. The HSS mode works as expected even wirelessly (with my YN622s). The TLL mode is very accurate 95% of the times. The assist focus beam is finally accurate (the beam of the YN622s are soooo wrong). The construction quality is excellent. I dropped this flash once for about 3 feet tall with the YN622 attached and nothing happened to it, not even a single scratch!. This is definitely a great purchase.
December 9, 2017
May give it a 5 after some more use, as I have no complaints yet. Bought it shortly before going on vacation and it helped enormously for occasions where I needed fill-in flash. So easy to use on fully automatic settings and produced great results. It is pretty big and bulky, and on my Canon 5D Mk III not something you want to just walk around with it attached for long, but got shots I could not otherwise without a flash. I pondered splashing out a lot more on the Canon equivalent, but with my own level of experience and number of occasions I am likely to actully need flash, it did not make sense. Have not yet even had to switch to my second set of batteries, which surprised me. I thought the battery life would be more limited, not having owned a flash for quite some time.
By Eagle Vision
December 8, 2017
If you have a DSLR, then you really need an external flash. Even with a built-in pop up flash, the applications are quite limited. This has TTL metering with an infrared sensor. The features that attracted me to this included the price (compared to a Canon OEM of similar features), the tilt/swivel head, zoom capability, integrated flash card and diffuser, as well as the capability to do manual or automatic modes. For a flash of this size, it is quite lightweight. It is powered by 4 AA batteries. It can function as a primary light or slave. The menu system is intuitive. The LCD is easy to read. Sound and backlight can be toggled. The head swivels 180 degrees left to right but it also swivels forward to straight up. The flash does not have the capability for external battery backup. I just keep a set of spare batteries on hand. The recovery for the next shot is quite quick, too. Overall, you cannot go wrong with this one. Even if you bought 5, you'd still be better off than buying one Canon Flash for 5 times the price. It comes with a nice nylon Velcro pouch for protection. Great flash unit
By Jeremy Hayden
December 8, 2017
This is my second Yongnuo flash, as I had the older 460 for a couple of years "which performed well till I sold it". With the nice experience I had with the 460 and my need for a more solid and advanced flash - without having to pay for a Canon - I decided to go for the newest Yongnuo, and I don't regret it. First, the flash is VERY well built. To be quite honest, I expected something cheap but it has by far exceeded my expectations. Very solidly built with strong metal bases, very nice easy to read LCD screen, high quality plastic body, and nice pouch as well. The flash performance is also quite impressive, TTL is working like a charm and I can control all the options from the Flash menu in my 7D. The flash light is much stronger than the older 460, but I have to admit it's not as strong as the Canon's 580 EXII which was expected for me at this price tag. I could get very nice luminance indoors, but using it as a fill flash in morning light wasn't impressive, quite good though. Overall, I liked the product and I wish Yongnuo can continue with enhancing the products further.
By Happy Snapper
December 8, 2017
I purchased a few of the YN560-III earlier this year along with the YN-22c ETT-L and was pretty happy with them for manual flash applications, but wanted something that would replace/supplement my more expensive Canons and the E-TTL capacity as well as the ability to shoot in High shutter speed sync mode. I purchased 2 of the Y568EXII and use them with the transmitters mentioned above. I am very happy with them, although I feel that the build on the body of the 560's is better (more similar to the Canon's I have) I did have a little bit of a learning curve and found that these flashes work much better when I control the flash settings in my camera (Canon 6D) In the camera menu I can manage all sorts of things and I have had fun with being able to have different groups set to different power outputs. I have had no problems with any of my Yongnuo products other than the occoasional user error and the fact that I have had to make sure that I have extra batteries on hand if I am shooting all day
By M Shaw
December 5, 2017
I haven't used the flash very long so time will tell how it holds up over time; but for a hundred bucks this thing does 98 percent of what the $400 Canon version will do. I can buy three of these AND three yn 622 c flash triggers for a little more than one Canon 560. A couple of things to note though: 1) this doesn't have weather sealing like the Canon's supposedly do, so if you shoot in the rain with a flash (not sure why you would) probably not a good idea. 2) you can't hook an external battery pack to it like you can with the Canon. However, I have not noticed any issues with the battery door hinge breaking as others have reported and it seems fine. The recycle time is actually pretty good. On half power I can shoot of 3-5 shots before it lags at all and needs to recycle. On full power it takes a good full 2 seconds between each firing but I don't think the Canon is much better. Update: I ended up shooting as wedding with this flash and it performed well. It did end up overheating at one point but once it cooled it continued to work fine. Any flash will overheat so this wasn't a design flaw. Overall I am quite impressed with what you get for a hundred bucks. The only thing that might be nice to see is an actual locking button on the swivel part of the flash head so it wouldn't tilt down with a flash modifier on it when hit. But it stays where it is well enough.
By Gadget Lover
November 26, 2017
Great product, at a great great price. I am so thankful that I came across this product while researching flashes on YouTube. This flash would be comparable to the Canon 580ex II. When I first decided to get into off camera flash, I foolishly bought two Canon 430ex II flashes ($250 each). In my naivety, I just assumed that, because I owned a Canon DSLR, I needed to buy a Canon speedlite. Big waste of money. Of course, I still use them, but all future purchases will be Yonguo flashes. I am that happy with them. At the time of this review, I see the Canon 580ex II for sale on Amazon for $470. With the Yongnuo at under $100, I can almost buy 5 flashes and fill my softboxes full of them. To me, knowing what I now know, this is a no-brainer. I will NEVER buy Canon flashes again. I really don't do (or try not to do) on camera flash. So, I trigger this flash with the Yongnuo YN-622C-TX E-TTL transmitter and YN622C receivers. Yongnuo, you have created a fan here. Just keep producing good, inexpensive products that do what they're supposed to do, and I'll keep buying.
November 19, 2017
Arrived Friday, did a bridal session with it Saturday. Coupled with a pair of YN-622C transceivers, it went great. I don't know what Fremen is talking about. I shoot on a 6D and I used the meter in my camera to obtain good results on a sunset pic. I'll post some photos later. Fremen said if someone uses this flash at a wedding, you should be fired? Seriously? The flash works fine. Don't use TTL at a wedding I think is the better advice. If you know how to light a reception, this flash throws just as much light as the canon brands with only a marginal stop of light difference. Frankly, these lights are best for adding to ambient light anyway! Off camera, it was a joy to use on my outdoor portraits. Don't use product reviews to whine when you don't understand the tool, Fremen. Save your pennies and get some proper strobes if you're worried about weddings. In the mean time, stop debating. This flash is great for the price. $400 of savings? Yes please! I bought 3 with some yn622c and the new yn622 tx. Works awesome. 4 stars instead of 5, because I share some other concerns with the users about the battery door breaking. Definitely need to be careful when closing the battery door. Otherwise, construction is solid. Recycle was pretty fast at 2.8-9 seconds at full power, for me.
November 18, 2017
My photo friend had been shooting with Yongnuo flashes for sometime and recommended I add a flash to my wish list for a future purchase. After a recent photo shoot along the Amgen bicycle race, I noticed the riders faces were dark and difficult to see the stressed features so I took the plunge and bought a Yongnuo for myself. Within days of the flash arriving, I found myself at an outdoor, evening 40th birthday party where the flash was required. I had no training, no practice and the pictures captured on the 50mm were stunning. The birthday girl was so pleased with the pictures and I was too. I only have about 4-6 hours of practice with the flash, but I know I have a winner in my bag. I would recommend to others. I use a Canon 7D.
November 16, 2017
I purchased this flash to supplement my 600EX-RT and 580EX. I recently photographed a wedding, and ended up using this flash primarily, and it functioned flawlessly. Cycle times were quick with my rechargeable eneloop batteries. I have read other reviews that mentioned a flimsy battery compartment door, but the unit I received seems appropriately sturdy, and actually functions much better than the door on my Canon 580EX. I use this flash with the Yongnuo YN-622C transceivers and the Yongnuo YN-622C-TX E-TTL wireless flash controller, and these products provide excellent functionality for a very reasonable price. The YN568 EX II TTL Flash certainly is not the same build quality as my Canon flashes, but it is also a fraction of the price, and it provides good functionality.
November 16, 2017
I ordered two of these and have not had them for very long yet, but I did hold off on the review long enough to make sure that they didn't die within the first few weeks. So far so good! I have tested these on a Canon 5D Mark II. The build quality is absolutely good enough for professional work, especially since they are less than half of what the Canon version costs. The bounce card and wide-angle diffuser are noticeably less sturdy, but I don't think they are so flimsy that it will be an issue. The tilt/swivel head doesn't lock like the Canon. I've actually come to like that about the Canon, but it's a very minor loss in my opinion. I would like another detent or two in the vertical direction- there one at 0 and one at 45 degrees, but nothing between. The power output is also slightly less than the Canon (I guess 1/3 stop or so), but nowhere near enough to complain- it's still excellent. The controls aren't quite as easy to use as the Canon in my opinion, but they aren't bad in any way. Adjustments just take a little longer. If you make adjustments through your camera's menu, there's obviously no difference between the two. High speed sync works wonderfully, just as it should.
November 15, 2017
The overall build quality is very good, on par with Canon 320EX. I didn't think the battery door was weak as it is supported by metal plate and pin, no worse than brand name models and much better than previous iteration of Yongnuo flashes. Flash output is consistent as well as the recycle time. It works well as a master flash and in slave mode. Also works well with Yungnuo's YN-622C-TX Bundle With YN-622C in multiple flash set up. Although this unit is wired for Canon cameras, when you configure it as a Nikon slave flash (marked as Sn on the LCD panel) it works flawlessly as a Nikon specific optical slave flash using Nikon CLS system, either using Nikon's SU-800 , SB-910, SB-900, SB-800 flashes. This feature makes this flash so much more versatile as I shoot both Nikon and Canon system. When I need multiple slave flashes for Canon, I can configure Yungnuo's Nikon version to act as Canon slave flash (marked Sc on the LCD panel). Only con for me is that the user interface is not very intuitive and took me awhile to get use to using all the features.
By Ferdie Bowman
November 15, 2017
Okay this is going to sound silly, but I love this flash. This was the first flash I ever bought in this class. Since I'm not a Pro I would never pay the price for the Canon OEM unit. This unit has way more features than I ever plan to use but it does the job well. I didn't expect it would be as robust as the Canon unit but I'm not a Pro and don't use it extensively. Much to my surprise it stopped working (would not fire) after only 2 months light use.. I contacted the Tomtop Seller and they were very responsive and provided me return instructions and offered me factory repair or 80% discount to purchase a new unit. I opted for factory repair. I returned the unit and all accessories in original packaging (I paid return shipping) . In approximately 2 1/2 weeks I had a new looking, fully working unit delivered to my door direct from China. Throughout the whole process the seller (MySunGlobal) kept me informed of the process through emails. According to the tracking information 5 days after the replacement unit shipped in China it arrived at my door. How do they do that?
By Charlie B
November 10, 2017
Good flash for the money. Powerful. Mine overexposes a little, needs 1/2 stop under to get right, no biggie really. No internal adjustment for that (sadly). Gets the job done. Data contacts can be finicky, keep them clean and you'l do ok. Occasionally just goes bonkers with either my 5Dii or 7D and the YN-622. Battery out reset when that happens, but its rare and only at startup after a long period of being off (weeks). Once up and running, it gets the job done. Did a long weekend at Daytona shooting Harley Davidson's.... ran like a champ! (EDIT: 7-18-15) Like so many other folks, my battery door broke. The tabs break off. There is a lot of battery pressure on the door, and the tabs are not up to the task of holding it in place. Ha! I came up with a fix. Very easy fix for folks even basically mechanically inclined. At LOWE'S you can buy a little bag of nylon thumbscrews in the hardware section. They're in the drawers for specialty fasteners. You can get them in 6-32 and 8-32 thread sizes. Get the 8-32. Also... if you don't already own an 8-32 tap, in the tools section you can get a nice little kit of 8-32 tap and the proper drill for it. Get those. It's easy to locate a spot in the bottom center part of the (broken) door to accept the drill and tap. Close the door, carefully drill a hole through the door and inner part of the battery compartment. Open the door. Thread the hole in the battery compartment with the tap. Get the next larger size drill and open up the hole in the door to give it some wiggle room (don't make it too big, just one size larger drill will do). You want the thumbscrew to be able to slide through the door's hole and thread into the hole in the battery compartment. You'll find that this works PERFECTLY to solve the broken door issue, as the thumbscrew is a very secure fasterner - even if it looks a bit Frankenstein'ish. Other than that, no issues after two years (almost). I had the YN565 and the display is not nearly as nice. The 568exII is very well thought out.... works great. I'll be getting two more, maybe three more, for an upcoming small product shoot. Coupled with the YN-622, they make a really good small product light set.
By Crystal Johnson
November 7, 2017
I love this flash! The screen is easy to read and clear, however, it did take me a bit to read through the manual as the English side could use some work. It can be a pretty powerful flash and the HSS works wonderfully. I've also tried it off camera and have only fired it maybe 150 times since I've bought it about a week ago. I can say that it hasn't misfired or malfunctioned yet, so this looks to be a promising buy. I will update in a few months to let you know if I still love it or not, UPDATE 10/21/2013 Since buying this flash, I've photographed over a dozen weddings in excess of over 10 hours each. During the weddings, I use the Canon 580exII that the main photographer loans out to me. I can honestly say that it's on par with Canon as far as consistency and quality of light. I've actually switched the Canon out for the Yongnuo when it was acting glitchy. There is a difference in build quality, but it's nothing that I can't handle, as I'm VERY careful with my gear. One thing I have noticed is that the side battery pack door is starting to stick out a little, and it actually popped open during a reception. Others have had the same issue as well, but I will fix this with some gaffer's tape, so no sweat. I still love this flash. I have version II on order so I can start a 3 light set up. Overall, with the exception of the battery door, no problems. This is a flash on par with the big brands, and it will literally save you hundreds of dollars.
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