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YONGNUO YN560 Ⅳ 2.4GHZ Flash Speedlite Wireless Transceiver Integrated for Canon Nikon Panasonic Pentax Camera

YONGNUO YN560 Ⅳ 2.4GHZ Flash Speedlite Wireless Transceiver Integrated for Canon Nikon Panasonic Pentax Camera

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*Supports Wireless Master Function: 
The YN560 IV can be used as master unit, provides 3 independent groups with controlling ability, realizing remote control the flash mode, flash output and focal length of the YN560 IV and YN560 III. 
*Supports Wireless Slave Function, fully supports YN560-TX, RF-603(I/II), RF-602 Wireless transmitter:
One YN560 IV can respectively receive the wireless signal from YN560 IV, YN560-TX, RF-603 (I/II), RF-602 with optional 16 channels; when the YN560 IV and YN560-TX used as transmitter, it can realize remote control the parameter settings. 
*Multiple Trigger Synchronous Mode Supported: 
The YN560 IV can triggered through the set top of the camera, 2.4G wireless triggering, S1 and S2 pre flash cancel mode. 
*Settings Save Automatically, Supports Custom Settings (Fn):
The parameters on the flash will automatically save when the flash turned off; the users can customize setting the flash function as needed.
*GN58 @ ISO100, 105mm:
High Guide Number 2.4G wireless speedlite, supports M/Multi/--mode. 
*Sound Prompting System:
When the sound prompting system is enabled, the different sound ways will prompt different operating state of the flash so as to allow you focus on shooting.
*Support Electric Zooming Function: 
The flash coverage can be altered between 24~105mm through the [ZOOM] button.
*Ultrafast Charging Recycle System, Supports External Power Supply. 
*Equipped with Big Size LCD Display Screen, Standard PC Synchronous Interface.

Circuit design: Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
Guide No.: 58 (ISO 100, 105mm)
Flash mode: M, Multi
Triggering mode: Camera set-up,TX, RX, S1, S2
Zoom range: 24, 28, 35, 50, 70, 80, 105mm
Vertical rotation angle: -7~90 degrees
Horizontal rotation angle: 0~270 degrees
Power supply: 4* AA size batteries (not included)
Lighting times: 100~1500 times (AA alkaline cell used)
Recycle time: approx. 3s (AA alkaline cell used)
Color temperature: 5600k
Flash time: 1/200s~1/20000s
Flash control: 8 levels of output control (1/128~1/1), 29 levels of fine tuning
External interface: hot shoe, PC port and external charging port
Wireless triggering distance: 20~25m indoor, 10~15m outdoor, 100m(2.4G wireless)
Additional features: The electronic flash head zooming, sound prompt, PC prot, power saving mode, overheating protection and auto save settings
Item size: 20 * 7 * 5.5cm / 7.9 * 3.0 * 2.2in
Item  weight: 366g / 12.9oz
Package size: 21 * 10 * 8.5cm / 8.3 * 3.9 * 3.3in
Package weight: 541g / 1.19Lbs

Package List:
1 * Speedlite
1 * Mini Stand
1 * Protecting Bag
1 * User Manual(Chinese & English)

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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 Michael Delman

    December 18, 2017

    I've had this flash for a while but haven't used it a lot until now. I need a unit with very fast recycle for a project I'm working on where I'm shooting ten frames per second for three seconds and using multiple speedlites and Einstein strobes. I tried my $500 Canon 600EX-RT and even at lowest power (1/128) and with an external battery pack it could not keep up. So I tried the Yongnuo. With the same battery pack, it has no trouble keeping up with that burst rate, even at 1/16 power. I don't know what the output of the Yongnuo is compared to the Canon, although they seem to be comparable. This is definitely not a scientific test, and I know the Canon unit will do things this one won't, but for this purpose the Yongnuo will do the job that a Speedlite that costs seven times as much won't do. I just ordered five more.

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  • By M. Smith

    December 13, 2017

    I purchased this in addition to my 2 YN560 II's that I've been using for two and three years now, I can't comment on the durability of this one just yet, but if it performs as well as my model II's have, I will be ecstatic since this model has a built in transmitter. If it holds up to use I will be purchasing two more of these and yongnuo's TX model to get rid of my cactus V5 transceivers so I can have more ease of control. Right now I pop one with the trigger and use two as slaves, programming just one flash would be much nicer, or even just program at the transmitter a step beyond that :). As with the II's I imagine overall spectral control is iffy, and you WILL need to gel multiples to get the spectrum correct for a shoot.

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  • By John Becker

    December 11, 2017

    I use my flashes every day in my real estate photography business, and I need everything to work. I also need some redundancy to keep me going if something fails/breaks/gets dropped. My current flash setup starts with a YN560-TX in my camera's hot shoe, with YN560-III flashes. I recently had my tripod tip over and dump camera/lens/TX to the floor. This resulted in the TX snapping in half when it hit a chair on the way down. Problem -- I could stick a flash in the hot shoe and set the rest to trigger optically, but then I wouldn't have remote power control. The perfect solution - I ordered a YN560-IV for roughly the same price as a III. It serves as another flash in the arsenal, but it's also a natural backup for the TX. If I lose another TX in the field, I can put the IV in the hot shoe and I'll still have remote power control. It's a good addition to my camera bag. It's not perfect, though. The YN flashes are reasonably solid, but they're not the same as Nikon SB080DXs. Those things are built like tanks. I also note that going from one power setting to another can be inconsistent - increase by 1/3 stop and get a little change in power, increase by another 1/3 stop and get a much larger change in power. This isn't always noticeable, but spend enough time with them and you'll run into it. They also can have a very slight pinkish cast. Not a big deal if they're your only light source, just fix it in post. But if you're in a mixed light environment (daylight/incandescent/fluorescent) it's a pain in the neck to have to account for *another* different color of light. Having said all that, you can't beat 'em for the price. Nikon would be selling these things for $300 if they had the sense to make something for the "Strobist" community.

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  • By Randall M.

    December 11, 2017

    My collection of these little lights keeps growing. If you're a manual strobist who can live without AF assist lamps, HSS, or TTL, then the 560 system is perfect. I have a trio of 560IV lights with a 560TX transmitter for location head shots and portraits. The ability to use one of the 560IV flashes as an on-camera master is incredibly convenient. The remote flash power and zoom controls are simple and intuitive, it's easy to be up and running in no time. With one of these lights at full power, bounced into a 64" white umbrella 2-3 feet from the subject (just outside of a head shot frame), I will can get around f/5.6 at ISO100. With fully charged 2850mah AAs, recycle time is around 4 seconds at full power. I've used my setup for over 20 sessions already, and they haven't failed me. If one of my units ever breaks, I'll order another that same day. If I ever lose my lighting bag, I can replace my entire setup for less than the cost of a single flash from the big name brands.

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  • By Rydra

    December 11, 2017

    This is my second YN560 Speedlite. My first one is a rev. III. The manual was a little cryptic when it came to getting my rev IV to talk to my rev III, but I got it sorted out relatively quickly. Since I don't use either one on-camera I wasn't sure how useful the remote control of the rev. III would be. But after using it a few times I can see the utility. My main light is often 10' or more up in the air, so making changes either means using a ladder or bringing the light down. If I use the rev. IV as the fill or rim light, it's usually placed low enough for me to use it to adjust either of the lights without having to use a ladder or take anything down. When looking at Speedlites, keep in mind that the YN560 are all manual, non-TTL flashes. If you're doing a lot of on-camera flash this may not be ideal. But I prefer it for studio work. So this was an intentional choice on my part. I'd like to add a third light to my kit in the near future. I'll happily pick up another YN560 IV to fit the bill.

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  • By Chris L.

    December 6, 2017

    Finally gave this a test-run - and - my first foray into flash photography. Happy I invested (albeit very little) in this flash unit. Instructions are not the best but there are plenty of Youtube videos which show how to use the controls on the flash. Very intuitive after that and easy to set up and change settings. Works perfectly on both a Pentax K5iis and K3ii. Only thing is that it is a little loud in the recharge signal...I will find a way to turn this off... I love experimenting with photography - makes me a better photographer. And with the price of this unit - looking at a second to play with. Great item, worth the price.

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  • By chinook203

    December 6, 2017

    Finally got to test out the flash with a few small shoots. It was used during a wedding and handled the pressure fine. One thing we noticed is it loses its power when the batteries go down some. Now....that sounds like common sense, however, our Yongnuo 560II will still put out some powerful flashes when the batteries are close to dying. You start gradually noticing the batteries going down. When they go down with this flash, you notice it immediately. 1/128 power is no different from 1/1. We just did a test to see how far the receiver works on it and were very impressed. We set it up in a home and made sure there were at least 3 walls between us. We were 75 feet away from it and no clear view of site. It triggered effortlessly. Will be very nice when doing some wide angle shots later today on a shoot where we needed some distance between us and the flash. I will be buying more of these flash units soon.

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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 Pete M.

    October 7, 2017

    I have dropped this flash twice on hard floors. The flash continues to perform flawlessly. Yes, it eats batteries but that's why you buy massive quantities of them at Costco. I'll most likely buy another as I am a real estate photographer and need to light more than one room. The flash does not sit tight on my A6000. it moves left and right ever so slightly even when locked down. This is due to the size for mount inside the hot shoe. Next, the flash sometimes will not flash when aimed backwards. Not sure if it's the mount slipping or the head not lining up with connecting points on the base. Overall a good, solid unit.

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  • By S. Haden

    September 15, 2017

    I recieved this flash just 24 hrs after ordering it ( standard shipping for me) so I am both impressed and thrilled. I did some test firings on different power settings and at different angles. So far it has fired every time and I've had no problems (I was a bit worried based on other reviews.) After reading the manual Completely, I decided that there is a good possibility that some of the bad reviews came from a few ppl- not all- who had tried using it in camera settings that it specifically tells you it will not work. I am truly hoping that is the case. So far mine has worked perfectly.

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  • By Geraldo Rivera

    September 14, 2017

    I purchased two of these with the Yongnuo YN560-TX remote controller and it so far has been a great option to have for keeping things light and portable. No complaints on using my strobes by any means, but having something that can accomplish the results I need, for a particular job, in a smaller package, is always I good option to have. I would recommend investing in rechargeable batteries if this is going to be your primary lighting tools. Yongnuo also sells an extended battery pack that allows you to add eight batteries in it's case that plugs into the side of the flash unit.

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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 Michael P. Deslippe

    July 21, 2017

    Super flash, reasonably priced and for a very small price hike over the YN-560-III, you get a transmitter as well as a receiver. While it is not quite as nice as the separate YN-560-TX stand-alone transmitter, it does it's job very adequately and can control multiple -III's on separate channels and multiple groups groups. It allows for wireless control of power and zoom remotely and is a terrific addition. At the exact moment I am reviewing this, the -IV and -III are the same price and you can buy seven (7) of them for the price of one Canon 600EX speedlite.

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  • By Scott Hill

    July 6, 2017

    I can't say enough good things about the YN560 flashes. I have been using them since the very first model came out. Now I have read many reviews about flashes either miss firing or just craping out. I would like to state I am a pro photographer and have used many different triggering systems and flashes and to me this is the best bang for the buck. Now keeping that in mind I do buy 4 new flashes every other year and keep 2 spares in my bag at all times. So far (knock on wood) I have not had a single one crap out and have had them on stands that have fallen and other things have broken but the flashes still go on!

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  • By J. M. Schalow

    June 17, 2017

    There has been much said about the Yongnuo YN-560 series since it came out so I will not say much of its’ functionality as the IV model has the features of previous models and then some. The “and then some” features are what makes the IV a pleasure to use. I have owned two Yongnuo YN-468 II (TTL for Nikon) for some years and found them to be very reliable both on camera and off using Yongnuo RF-603II triggers. The YN-468 II is a smaller speedlight (the size of Nikon’s SB-600) with a guide number of 38. I wanted more power so I picked up the YN-560 IV that has a guide number of 58. The 560 IV can be used as a master and allows you to set groups. As an RF slave it works perfectly with my RF-603II triggers and the optical slave function works good as well. It is stated that the Yongnuo YN560-TX will allow you to adjust the power of the 560 IV remotely. I do not own one of those units. I tested the RF of the 560 IV and could trigger the flash form a block away with no obstacles. I could also easily fire the flash in every room of our home. As no external trigger is required, the 560 IV sits better on a light stand using modifiers such as umbrellas or a softbox. The build quality of this unit appears to be quite good and a battery pack can be used if desired. This flash just plain works every time. It is a fraction of the name brand flash (no TTL of course) making it a no-brainer for off camera use. Highly recommended.

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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 filmy

    January 20, 2017

    I bought a pair of Yongnuo YN560 IV wireless speedlites, the most updated version as of this writing, as well as the transmitter, YN560-TX. Yongnuo should have produced their own How-To video by now to explain these, which is their only drawback. Printed instructions are horrible, translated from Chinese, I assume. They're rated right alongside the Canon products that cost at least twice as much, and are every bit as good. My only regret is that there is a cheaper kit with this YN560-TX and two YN560 III speedlites as a package. The only difference between the version III and version IV is the IV's ability to transmit a signal (as does the YN560-TX). Shoulda bought the cheaper version III's.

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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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