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I am not sure what you mean by "slave cell". But, if you are asking if it will work as an optically triggered wireless TTL slave flash that works with the built in Nikon AWL commander mode, then, yes. It also will support Canon's wireless TTL but I have not been able to test that yet since I have not been around anyone… see more I am not sure what you mean by "slave cell". But, if you are asking if it will work as an optically triggered wireless TTL slave flash that works with the built in Nikon AWL commander mode, then, yes. It also will support Canon's wireless TTL but I have not been able to test that yet since I have not been around anyone with a camera that could trigger it in Canon mode. see less
By Umberto Amante on January 27, 2018
Yes, works perfectly on my d5100 and d610 in ttl and manual modes. Also works great off camera in manual mode only with the yn603n transceivers I have also.
By Jason L Ward on May 1, 2018
I have this speedlite and the sony a7ii camera. I bought the Neewer Black Flash Hot Shoe Converter Adapter for Sony Cameras Camcorders A7 A7R A7II A7S and it works perfectly in manual mode (which is all I shoot). I could not tell you for certain about full TTL mode, but I would suspect that would work also.
By Purple on June 17, 2017
Yes Thank you
By Kecia on May 12, 2018
Yes it will. I used to own both, 6d and few of the yongnuos
By Salvatore Lesic on May 11, 2018
I use it with D7100, works fine. I imagine the 7000 wouldn't be much different.
By Jean-Luc on May 12, 2018
As long as your camera supports TTL it will work.
By darren on May 10, 2018
D5200 does not have Commander mode built in. So even SB 700 cannot be used as off camera wireless i-TTL - Unless a second SB-700/900 or SU-800 commander attached on top of D5200 camera. Can this flash work directly with any other commander?
By D5200 User on May 4, 2018
It comes with a year from the manufacturer but is not in the US. When I got mine I decided not to care about the warranty, it wil byl cost me more send it back to the manufacturer than replace it. So far, I have used the flash in a couple of events and had no issue with overheating. It feels pretty solid. Hope this helps.
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By David S. Pyle
July 19, 2017
3 - 565EX Speedlights = $320 3 - YN 622N Transceivers $120 1 - YN622-TX Controller = $50 Total: $490 1- Nikon SB910 = $546 Unless you are a hard-core professional who is going to be using a lighting set-up on an every day basis, then this is a speedlight (and system) that will more-than-adequately suffice for almost any and all instances and applications --unless, of course, you want/need High Speed Sync (which is available with YN568 - $179). The quality and capability -- the bang for the buck -- of these speedlights is remarkable for the price. For the average user/advanced user on a budget, the YN565 is an excellent choice and should be sufficient for your lighting needs.
July 13, 2017
Yonguno Yn_565EX I-TTL Flash Speedlite for my Nikon 5000 and 7100 and it works great on both. I purchased the Neewer flash and it worked for one photo shoot and was done. What I mean is that it works but not with the Nikon to well. I purchased this 565EX I-TTL to replace the Neewer flash for my Nikon and I am very happy with it I have no problems so far and shipping was fast too. I would purchase another item from seller and would purchase from Yonguno again too. I gave it four stars until I have used it for a while.
By Jason L Ward
June 21, 2017
I now own 2 YN-560 III and 1 565EX ETTL. I also own a set of YN603N wireless transceivers too. One transervier in the hotshoe of the camera which triggers the 2 YN560 III. And the other transceiver on the yn565EX since it does not have built in wireless triggered from the Yongnuo transceiver. I have used this 3 light setup to shoot portraits and product photos with my D5100 and D610 and I love it. All of my Yongnuo stuff has worked well. When I am done with it I put everything away as it is not as durable and robust as the name brands. I will buy more gear from Yongnuo as I need it.
By Waldo Medlin
May 25, 2017
For the money this flash is hard to beat. I recently bought a Nikon SB700 and this flash does everything the SB700 does except for the commander mode. On the SB700 cost three times as much. In fact, the Yongnuo may have a bit more power. On the downside the controls are not exactly intuitive and takes some getting used to. Also the LED panel is a bit hard to read because of the small characters. And the mount is the screw down type rather than a lever and it can be a little tight getting it into and out of the mount. Over all this flash is pretty good. Works well in slave mode using the Nikon CLS or SU4. I will likely buy another one soon.
By Jason W. Peters
May 21, 2017
After watching several videos on YouTube and reading several post on photo.net I decided to give this a try. I previously purchased the Nikon SB700 and now have one YN585EX. I will purchase a couple more Yongnuo in the near future and use the SB700 as a commander instead of the pop up flash. These units work great and the menu is pretty easy to use and adjust the settings and/or modes. You don't get much from the manuals, but the Nikon flash manual isn't much better. Take a look a Gary Fongs YouTube videos on how to setup the units. The flash has worked great right out of the box. For the money these are worth every penny compared to the Nikon that I currently own. You cannot use these flashes as a commander for CLS so either use the pop up flash or get one of the nikon products, but you can save a lot of money if you purchase the Yongnuo. If you are only going to get one flash and cannot decided between the name brand (Cannon or Nikon), then I would recommend Yongnuo. If you are really into off camera flash you can get several Yongnuo for the price of one Cannon or Nikon.
By S. B. Rodriguez
May 16, 2017
Very good flash for the price. I use it mostly as an off-camera light source - triggered by my pop-up flash. It can easily overpower the pop-up flash. I can use the snap-on base that comes with the package to mount it on a tripod, or just have it stand on a flat surface. My only complaint is that it has so many features that it is sometimes difficult to change the settings you need - which I'm sure will not be as big of a problem for more experienced flash photographers. The head also rotates very smoothly. Would recommend as a first-time or backup flash.
April 28, 2017
Just opened the box on this baby yesterday and the weight of it let me know immediately that I had a quality product. It's nice & sturdy with a well fitted metal hot shoe. The intuitive menu is easy to navigate...I still haven't read the manual yet. The real kicker is the power. I broke out my trusty Sekonic light meter and put it to the test. It's comparable in power to the Nikon SB800 (my primary flash). On full power manual, you get F8 consistently from 10 feet...the same as the SB800. That did it for me. Plus...it's TTL dedicated and it has a PC port so I can use ANY trigger on the market. Two reasons I haven't given this a 5star rating. First of all, I haven't battle tested it yet...meaning I haven't popped off 400 shots on it yet like at a wedding or fashion show. Secondly, the external battery port did not accommodate the same cable as the Nikon SB800. It looked like it would from the advertisement but I'm trying to find a cable that fits it. I use Turbo / Lumedyne battery packs. Other than that...you can't beat this flash for value's sake. Purchase one with the USA warranty..it's worth the extra few bucks. I'll update my review in a few weeks after the battle test and the cable search.
By Gary H
April 16, 2017
I decided to buy the Yongnuo 565ex flash for my D5100 at the beg of the year, but there seem to be issues with it on the D5100. If you search on youtube for "d5100 and 565ex" you'll find a user that just could not get his yongnuo flash to work on his d5100, but worked fine on his d90. After waiting over six months, I decided to pickup this flash. It would also be a nice addition to my new d800e. Ordered it earlier this week and got it today. I installed batteries in it and inserted it into the hot shoe of my d5100. Works great! I was pretty happy, but when I tried it on my d800e all it does is strobe. I tried turning the flash on first, then the camera like the other review did but it did not work. I'm convinced there are two version of the yongnuo yn-565ex flash. One that works on the d5100 and the other version that works for the other Nikons.
April 5, 2017
To use on the Nikon 800/800E the trick is to turn the YN565 power on before the camera or whatever you are attaching the flash to, like a Pocketwizard Flex system. If you do the reverse, attach, turn on the camera then turn on the flash it doesn't work. But flash on first works like a champ. Tested today with my D800e and a combination of PocketWizard TT5, PW AC3, SB910, on camera flash unit and everything worked in every mode that I could test. With the YN565 sitting outside in bright direct sunlight on the sensor I was getting about 30 feet of control. As a secondary flash unit and backup to my SB-910 this looks like a winner.
By Jay Mack
March 29, 2017
I was so set on getting an sb-910. but that $500 price tag held me back. I came across a youtube video by thatnikonguy. A professional photographer. He mentioned yongnuo and did a comparison with the Nikon speed lights. They worked just as good if not better than the cannon and Nikon speed lights. What's great about this flash is the ttl. Where it measures the light and the focal lens of your camera and puts out the correct amount of light so your pictures wont be under or over exposed. Yongnuo in fact has 4 different models. The latest is the 560III. The 560III works in conjunction with the yongnuo 603 wireless triggers. If you have a full frame dslr(cannon-or Nikon) the 565 can be set off through the cameras wireless function through the menu settings.
February 23, 2017
I got out of iTTL flash photography some time ago, after my SB600 bit the dust. I've been using some Yongnuo 560 II's, manually of course, for a while now. However, I finally decided that I needed and iTTL capable flash, and not having the budget to buy a new Nikon flash, I decided to get the Yongnuo 565EX. So far, so good. It's powerful, versatile, and seems built as well as my old Nikon SB600 . I've already put this flash through some heavy shooting, and it's come through like a champ. I'm very satisfied.
February 22, 2017
***** This Flash unit has all the power and features you may even want... They do make a better one (YN - 568 EX) that has even more power or higher GN... But for me and my photography This is what I needed. (GN of 58) I didn't want to get too fancy of a unit. But I Love it for iTTL on my Nikon Cameras. Works super cool any way you have it, like bouncing it off the wall or ceiling. It has a pull out diffuser and a small white card for fill flash toward the subject. How cool is that? I always used an index card for that before. Flash photography is a whole new world, mostly experimental. With the Off Camera Flash is the greatest thing. ( Cord needed, or use radio controlled unit). Yongnuo Flashes would be the unit to add on to if more units where to be needed. They have the features and are capable. This model Flash also has Slave mode too ... haven't use that yet.... But by experimenting I will get around to it. Sounds great to me right now. As far as the instructions for this unit .... they could of tried a little harder in informing you. other then charts and graphs. Half the book is Japanese and the other half is English (Thank you) But it does have some tips and tricks in there if you read and remember it. I love this flash unit and the price, per feature is really a good deal... I gave it a rating of 5 Stars ... I love it... Creative lighting is just fun to experiment with, and this Flash unit is ready to take it on. I recommend a diffuser cap or cover for softer light. 1 X White Flash Diffuser for YONGNUO YN 560, 565, YN560 I II II & YN565EX Thanks for reading ..
By Marco Garcia
February 16, 2017
I purchased this flash speedlite after several weeks research. My camera is a Nikon D300 and since I am new photography I needed a reasonable cost flash yet I wanted to be as modern as possible since my camera is a 2008-2009 model. After reading several articles, I came to realize that TTL is an important flash technology that I should utilize in my shots. With that info, I proceeded, realized that many pros use this brand and made a decision to buy. I am glad I did. My photos instantly improved after trial and error and now I am pretty excited about learning more. I plan on purchasing the YONGNUO Wireless TTL Flash Trigger YN622N II with High-speed Sync HSS 1/8000s for Nikon Camera to move the flash around from different angles. Highly recommended.
February 12, 2017
I don't think you can beat this for the price. I had a YN-468II before this that had some defects so I was a little bit apprehensive about this one. Don't be. It worked out of the box and performs as described. Slave one and Slave two are useful, but the most useful feature for me was that this is compatible with the Nikon CLS on my D200. I've ordered a second one to complement the first and will be using both extensively in the next couple weeks. TTL performs very well on the camera. I didn't notice any over exposure or under exposure. I haven't tested the TTL in CLS mode, I was controlling the power manually. No reason to believe that it won't work as it "syncs" with the camera very well and all other commands were recognized.
By Michel Sauret
February 1, 2017
This is a great flash. I got it in the mail yesterday and I tested it out in various settings. I'm a pro wedding and family photographer and this flash is great as both a backup and primary flash. It's a bit smaller and quite a bit lighter than the massive SB-900 flash. The settings were pretty simple to go through and figure out on your own even without the manual. Originally I hated that I had to hold down the button for EVER just to turn it on, but there's a way of transforming it into quick mode so it turns on and off with a quick touch. This is important for me because I'm constantly switching my flash on and off during a wedding reception depending on which lights I want to have firing off (I use triggers for off-camera flash as well). At $185 (with shipping) this flash felt like a steal! It's very easily comperable to the SB-700 or a younger brother to the SB-900. The TTL mode seems to work like a charm. Very accurate and reliable. It also recycles rather quick. I was firing off multiple continuous shots and I didn't have any misfires. BUY THIS FLASH! SAVE YOURSELF MONEY!
By Gregory Ortiz
January 28, 2017
I was a bit skeptical because of the price compared to "name brands," but the quality of this flash is great. I think it is better than my Metz. This flash has a metal shoe and the battery door is on spring loaded metal hinges. My Metz 48 AF-1 has a plastic hinge on the battery door, and a plastic shoe. The user interface on this is simple. When used as a slave to a commander it fires 100% of the time. This model does not support HSS, but the next model up does. AT a GN of 58 it is super powerful. This is a GREAT value for the price. I highly recommend this flash!
January 14, 2017
This Flash is amazing! It perfectly works with my Nikon D5100. This is my first external flash and I am loving the results, now I am able to shoot indoor photos with ISO as low as 100. Previously I had to use the auto ISO since the camera flash was not powerful enough. If you want more power output you could either increase the flash compensation value to an extent in the camera (or) you may switch to manual mode in flash which has a wide range for you to choose. It's a good decision that I didn't choose to buy the expensive Nikon flashes. Overall I am totally satisfied with the purchase, I suggest that you buy this with I yr US warranty if you want to have the peace of mind.
January 5, 2017
I have been a semi-pro for years, and recently have ventured into pro. I have always used manual flashes, and the YN-560 have been a stable for me in both studio and home portrait work, but was looking for a good iTTL flash for events that re didnt cost an arm and a leg. In a variety of shooting conditions, this flash as been nothing less than amazing, and at its price point, hard to beat, This works well with both my main camera ( a Nikon D7000) as well as my back up ( a Nikon D5000) with very little set up needed. It does NOT have a built in Master control, or HSS...so for those looking for that feature, you will need to look else where, But for the majority of shoots... lets say a wedding, or a party, off camera on a flash bracket, connected with a TTL cord, this flash has worked flawlessly. I shoot raw, and important into Lightroom, and have not had to make any exposure adjustments. I have used this bounced, through a shot through umbrella, through a reflector umbrella, and a Gary Fong lightsphere, and perfect with every shot. I will probably get another as a back up ( I own 4 of the YN-560 manual flash units) am and anxiously awaiting the yn568ex ii for nikon
By Jamil Ahmed
April 30, 2017
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February 18, 2017
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