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I don't have a Fuji to test it on, but I've fired it successfully from an Olympus E-M1, Canon DSLR, and Nikon DSLR. It even syncs at speeds higher than I'd expect (up to 1/400, almost 1/500 on the E-M1). I think (from what I've read) all you lose is the "wake-up" feature when you use the Nikon-specific YN560-TX on a … see more I don't have a Fuji to test it on, but I've fired it successfully from an Olympus E-M1, Canon DSLR, and Nikon DSLR. It even syncs at speeds higher than I'd expect (up to 1/400, almost 1/500 on the E-M1). I think (from what I've read) all you lose is the "wake-up" feature when you use the Nikon-specific YN560-TX on a non-Nikon body, but you could just set your flashes to not go into "sleep mode". The ability to set the power and zoom from the YN560-TX commander unit is what sealed it for me. Works great (in the limited testing I've done so far). see less
By Paul J. Adams on November 5, 2017
you need the one for canon
By Asuka Shibuya on September 20, 2017
yes u can but the controller is more versatile a slave controller needs line of sight to work and setting made to other flashes have to be made on the flash the wireless controller does all of that by radio signal the 560 iv might work with the controller
By T-Bone on February 12, 2018
sorry not sure
By Virreira on May 15, 2018
The Version II is described as "Advanced model of YN560-TX [Lighter, Smaller, Easier to LOCK on the flashes(but not twist) than YN560-TX]".
By Garvin on May 17, 2018
Hi, friend. Sorry, it can't work with YN568EX III.
By Rina Matsuki on May 4, 2018
Yes Thank you
By Pisano on May 1, 2018
No. At least not that I've discovered. You can turn the power down to 1/128 power which is very low or just cover that flash unit; albeit it's not remote. .
By Ed Foo on April 30, 2018
hi. in order to trigger the YN560-II using the YN 560TX you’ll have to use an external receiver like the YN 622 or similar, because the YN-560 II (differently from the YN560-III or YN560-IV) doesn’t have a built-in radio.
By Paul Ojuara on May 5, 2018
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November 13, 2017
La action cam è valida nelle riprese (con buona luce) e foto. Gli accessori sono quelli standard in dotazione nella maggior parte delle AC. La batteria altrettanto "standard". Mancano: - stabilizzatore - audio esterno Inoltre il collegamento wifi è quasi inutilizzabile (perde la connessione dopo 1-2 minuti al max, comunque sufficienti per far partire la registrazione) La volevo utilizzare su un monocilindrico e, dopo numerose prove, ne ho acquistata un'altra! (però sempre Andoer e con stabilizzatore) Ritengo che per il suo prezzo possa meritare tranquillamente 4 stelle, si presta bene per fare esperienza nelle riprese ludico-sportive.
September 4, 2017
Piccola action Cam che svolge a dovere il suo lavoro. Piena zeppa di accessori, ha una lente fish eye e una luce led che però non fa da flash,ma da sola luce fissa o a intermittenza. Ha un display da 2 pollici abbastanza fragile (consiglio vivamente di metterci una pellicola antigraffio) ha una bassa risoluzione e tende a riscaldarsi formando una piccola macchietta. Il grandangolo è di 170° e la nitidezza delle foto e perfetta in condizioni di ottima luce, mentre al buio sono sempre sfocate e i video un po' meglio. I video sono buoni, in 4k a 25 fps fateli solo se avete un apparecchio che lo possa supportare, sennò da un PC normale si sente solo l'audio.in full hd li fa a 30 e a 60 fps, ma io consiglio di farli a 720 a 120 fps, in modo tale da poterli riprodurre in quasi tutti i dispositivi. Il wifi funziona benissimo,a mio parere, l'unico difetto a parte lo schermo, è la custodia subacquea, perché i tasti sono durissimi!!!! La consiglio vivamente!!!!
July 14, 2017
I've been using Yongnuo flashes for years and love them -- the YN560's are a great manual-flash, and the new YN560III pairs beautiful with the new YN560TX! The YN560III has a built in RF-602/RF-603 receiver, meaning you don't need a separate receiver. You can purchase a RF-602 TX or RF-603TX and trigger the flashes wirelessly.. until now, this has been a nice little bonus but with the YN560TX, it adds the ability to remotely change the power levels of the flashes from the camera itself (opposed to just sending a trigger signal). This is a great feature, one usually reserved for higher-cost ETTL models. A few nice features on it: * The YN560TX can pair up to 6 groups. You can have an A, B, C, D, E, F group and adjust each light separately.. If you assign 2 flashes to an "A" group, changing that setting on the YN560TX will change it on all "A" group flashes. * You can set the YN560TX to either RF602 or RF603 and 16 different channels each -- if you have an older flash (like a YN560II) you will need a RF602 or RF603 receiver to trigger the flash (Note: the wireless control will not work on YN560 or YN560II -- you need the 560III or newer). It will only trigger a RF602/603. * If you change the power with the YN560TX, you can also trigger those flashes with a RF602/RF603 transmitter set to the same channel (EX: Using 2 cameras one with a YN560TX and one with a RF602/RF603) On to the product -- it's a nice design - it looks like someone cut a YN560 in half and took off the flash head -- even down to the red front cover (which appears to be functionless/decoration-only?) Construction is solid, buttons are good and it has a good viewing angle/backlight (green) Setup is a bit tricky as there are 4 buttons, a TEST light, up/down/left/right/center and an on-off switch.. this means lots of holding multiple buttons at once to set features. For example, hold MODE+HZ/FN to change from RF602 to RF603.. A lot of these aren't very clear, and if in the field and needing to "fix" something, can be quite a challenge (even with the instruction manual, due to the way it's written). A nicer method would have been to have a "Settings" menu to change these rather than button presses (pressing 1 button, holding the same button, and holding the same button + another button all product different features). The hotshoe is metal ad has a locking/twist mechanism which is nice. The item's lightweight, even with batteries.. but it's pretty bulky (not deducting points for, since a lot of that is due to the screen size and buttons), but it's worth noting. Unfortunately, where I started to discover some problems were with it being somewhat unreliable when using multiple -- I picked up 3 of these to use with 3 different cameras. You CAN use multiple together, but settings don't always send the way you'd like them to. For example I'll call these 560TX-A and 560TX-B If 560TX-A is set to 1/1 power on channel A and 560TX-B is set to 1/4 power on channel A, the one which was set LAST takes priority. If you want the 2nd transmitters' settings to send, you need to use the "Group" button to highlight the channel (EX: "A") for about 2 seconds for it to send that signal. If using 1 channel, it's not bad.. if using 3, 4, 5 or 6 it's kind of annoying. I bought this thinking it sent the "power level" signal when it transmitted the "Flash" signal, which is not the case. My other gripe was that it was hit or miss, even at close distances (~5 feet). With fresh batteries in a brand new YN560III and in the YN560TX, I would have some flashes failing to "flash" every few shots.. Trying with a RF602 transmitter, the problem went away. I don't know why it does this, and it would alternate between flashes that wouldn't fire (the flashes were recharged, on a lower level (not overheating) and tried with multiple sets of new batteries in each and different YN560TX's). Outdoors seemed to work better, however
By Y. Son.
July 9, 2017
Cheap alternative to other radio slaves. Controlling power from your camera is a convenience that Nikon owners aren't blessed with until yongnuo came about. It fires way more reliable and has longer range than pocket wizards. Recent pocket wizard transceivers are garbage in my opinion. With my D4s I calculated the maximum flash per second to be exactly 9. It won't fire at anything above 9 FPS. The red IR cover in the front is purely cosmetic and has no functions at all and is made of cheap material that's starting to fade away already. Also the sync cable used with this thing is not standard and I have yet to find one that works with it.
By Randy Poe
June 20, 2017
Light and easy to use. I wish it had a lighted keypad for dark environments and will upgrade if they come out with one which is my reason for shorting it a star. I otherwise love this tech and that it seems to be working just peachy so far. If a guy mounts a 603 on his rig you do not even have to run this unit from your camera. Much more ergonomic for adjustments that way. oddly if you mount a 603 to this unit it will not trigger the TX, just the other 603's so I just keep them apart and trigger the rig from another 603 and leave the TX alone unless making adjustments.
By The Independent
June 3, 2017
If you are on the fence just buy it! I have no connection with the product. I am just like you. I want the best tools for the job. Don't get me wrong, I would rather shoot with studio strobes any day but when I have to use speedlights, I use Yongnuos. This product is a game changer when working in manual! It is rare that I choose TTL so for me this device is perfect and works perfectly so far. No more walking over to the flash to change settings. One button press and +/- power! I am very impressed Yongnuo! This guy wasn't out yet when I bought my Yongnuo flashes and it still works with them! The only down side I can think of is its not a pretty as a "pro" brand. But that said the build quality is VERY good for the price and it just works!
By César de la Garza
June 2, 2017
I bought this one to work with my two YN560 III, and it is great, I can control both of them directly from the YN560 TX. For to sync with the YN560 III, turn on the flashes, then hold the ZOOM/CH and Hz/FN buttons pressed on the YN560 TX, the word "Act" must be appear on the screen, at same time all the icons on the screen of the flashes must be visible, this mean the flash are ready, just press the button OK on the flash and it's done, now you can control the power and zoom of the YN560 III through the YN560 TX.
By Tim Kimzey
May 19, 2017
Works simply with a low price. Have 4 YN560 III flashes, this controls them wirelessly with the added benefit of full control of power levels on each flash. Sure, it's all manual flash (no TTL), but it's consistent and rock-solid with no missed syncs or miss-fires or variances in output. Once you dial it in, your set and you can think about getting the shot. No line of sight worries either (as infrared or slave), great radio range. Uses 2 AA batteries, so you only have to carry extras of one type. And no extra modules to attach to my flashes and carry separately and keep batteries for those as well! The best part is you can stay behind the camera and never run back and forth to each individual flash to change each settings/power levels. .. fully adjustable from 1/1 to 1/256. You can hold down the left side Group button to get the additional 3 groups (which then shows groups DEF--6 total groups of flashes to control), the buttons are fairly easy to use and intuitive as they line up the functions under the LCD screen. A great yet inexpensive system!
May 16, 2017
I matched this control up with 3 of the YN560-III-USA flashes in my home studio (you must activate the group function on the flashes first). I set each flash up with it's own "zone". It works flawlessly, and the convenience of not having to run around changing flash settings is a big time saver. It also allows me to mount the flashes in out of the way places. The battery life is great. I can make it through a several hour long shoot without needing to change batteries. These flashes and controller fit my budget since I'm only a part time photographer.
May 9, 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.
By Amir Neshati
March 31, 2017
Remotely adjusts the flash power of the YN560iii strobes & their zoom. For real estate shoots, I use up to 6 of the YN560iii to light adjacent rooms and low light parts of areas, with remote adjustments, it saves me a lot walking to each strobe as well as time. Some lights have been 50 or 60 feet away from the camera in a room and still works perfectly. Easy to read screen and easy to operate. Have been using Yungnuo products for a couple of years with great reliability. FYI, I put this stuff to use for 250~500 shots a day, and have been using this for a couple of weeks, so they're getting used a few hours a day by me. Great value and product.
By R. L. Stolz
February 28, 2017
This system is really designed for convenience when using several flashes in manual mode and it does that very, very well. In fact, because it is so easy and convenient to control, I now prefer this system almost all of the time. I have not used the YN560 IV units. As I understand it, they essentially combine the functions of this trigger/controller into the flash so you can use any flash as either a trigger/controller or as a flash which is triggered by another unit. There is a cost savings advantage but I can't speak to complexity. Yongnuo has done a very good job on their interface which makes things go smoothly. As long as the 560IV doesn't make things overly complex I would expect it works well.
By Danny Grizzle
February 23, 2017
If you are using multiple manual Yongnuo 560 series flashes, this is the transmitter to buy. The materials, build quality, and performance are excellent. I use this trigger in combination with radio triggers from PocketWizard and Profoto Air Remote, equipment that costs 10x more than this Yongnuo radio. This device I value every bit as much. I'm doing architectural work and some setups require a lot of lights. Although I own 3 Profoto B1 strobes, perhaps the finest battery powered flash system in the world, I rely on over a dozen Yongnuo YN560 strobes as an essential part of my kit. I may eventually have up to 4 dozen Yongnuo YN560 flashes in my kit for epic large scale shots, and expect to control them all with this transmitter. The range and reliability are excellent, and the ability to control groups and change output is also highly reliable. A great piece of equipment at an unbelievable value price for anyone who prefers to work with manual controlled flash equipment.
February 11, 2017
This turned out to be pretty cool. I wish Yongnuo would have come out with this before the YN-622TX. It would have saved me some money. I generally shoot with Manual on the flashes as opposed to TTL so it works great. It even has 6 channels as opposed to the normal 3. I have found that I can shoot my three YN-560III on channels D-F and using my YN-622TX as a bridge, shoot my three TTL flashes (YN-565) mounted in YN-622's on channels A-C. For situations where I need up to 3 manual flashes, this will be used before I would get out the 622TX. I also like that I can see the settings of the flashes by looking at the back of the camera instead of having to look at the top of the camera as with the YN-622TX. Don't forget, if you want to do full TTL, this device will no do you any good. If you want to mix TTL and manual using the YN remotes where you can modify each from the camera, you can set the 560TX on a 622 and remotely control the output of the 560 III or IV flashes. A couple of notes to get the first senario I described to work. Set the YN560TX to the RF603 mode, not the RF602 mode. Set the output channel all flashes to channel 1. I could only get it to work correctly on channel 1.
January 15, 2017
L'ActionCam Andoer4k, mi è arrivata con 1 giorno d'anticipo, era contenuta in una scatola di cartone che ha attutito perfettamente gli urti. La confezione che ci arriva è davvero molto ricca di accessori, tra cui la custodia waterproof, cavetto USB, cinghia d'ancoraggio, custodia da aggancio al treppiede.... Parlando dei materiali, al tatto si percepisce una certa plasticositá ma non deve far pensare male, anzi devo dire che è costruita davvero bene, si riesce fin da subito a percepire una buona robustezza da 8. La capacitá fotografica è buona, darei un buon 8 in buona condizione di luminositá ed un 6-6/7 in scarsa condizione di luminositá. Il reparto video è altrettanto buono, i video in 4k vengono registrati davvero bene, hanno superato le mie aspettative. La qualità degli slow-motion in 720p è buona, e spesso si riescono a creare dei momenti molto belli e divertenti.
January 2, 2017
Mi sono preso del tempo prima di dare un giudizio a questa action cam,ho voluto fare un test approfondito per potervi aiutare realmente. La Camera è perfetta per chi come me non ne fa un uso estremo,ma semplicemente vuole portarla in vacanza per fare il filmino delle proprie vacanze. Le riprese giornaliere sono davvero buone,anche se a volte i colori tendono ad essere troppo saturi ed innaturali. Quando la luce inizia a scarseggiare si vedono tutti i limiti di questa action cam. Il sensore non riesce a catturare la luce e i video diventano troppo scuri...la registrazione video consigliata è a 1080p a 60 fps...Il 2k 30 fps è ancora accettabile,mentre il 4k a meno che non sia in cavalletto la macchinetta risulta inutile come risoluzione,in quanto l'immagine "frigge" molte volte. Molto fornita la confezione con il case per le riprese subacquee compreso.La batteria è ottima,circa 1 ora e 30 in registrazione.Le foto sono accettabili,ma non aspettatevi grandi cose.Insomma,per il prezzo a cui viene proposta la consiglio vivamente,per un uso amatoriale e giornaliero.
October 8, 2016
Purchased this trigger along with the YN560 IV Speedlite to use on a Fuji X-T10. The unit itself is great. Fits well in the hot show, easy to read display and when paired with the speedlite, works. The problem with this NIkon compatible version is that it only triggers the speedlite once. Pressing the shutter again results in the flash not firing. You can see the blue indicator light blink when pressing the shutter but the flash won't fire. The workaround is to change the power level, one press + or - and then the flash will fire when the shutter is released. Basically I would have to adjust the power after every shot to ensure the flash will fire. I ended up returning this model to get the Canon compatible version to see if I get better results. So, for Fuji users beware but for other camera brands, this is a great, inexpensive option for off-camera flash.
By Jeff Perry
January 2, 2016
If you like controlling your off-camera speedlights in manual mode, this controller in combination with Yongnuo YN-560 III (note: not II) is the greatest. YN-560 III speedlights have a built it radio receiver and this unit mounted on your camera will control ALL aspects of the flash. It will also trigger the older manual 560 II units when they are attached to a YN 602 or 603 reciever. This unit does not control the automatic (iTTL) speedlights, eg., YN565. It is only for manual speedlight control. Like the YN560 II, the YN565 and any other compatible speedlight can be triggered in manual mode when attached to a 602 or 603 receiver.
By cary m.
December 10, 2016
Amazing. Used these for a previous wedding and my lord I enjoyed this thoroughly. The ability to control flash units from 60+ feet away so I would not have to fiddle whilst the introductions and parent dances were going on was effortless. Highly highly recommended and can't wait to invest in more Yongnuo equipment.
By David Barimah
June 2, 2017