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A Dear, yes you can .
They sure do! I love this flash.
By DH Enthusiast: Photography on July 23, 2017
Hi John, YN660 is our manual flash with no ttl function and which can work with all cameras with standard hot shoe.
By Landon on May 5, 2018
Does the job great and very powerful for amazing price can go wrong!!!
By Ulisses S. on May 4, 2018
Hi Friend, YN660 is our manual flash, pls choose our YN568EX/ YN568EXII/ YN685/ YN600EX-RT II.
By Nale on April 25, 2018
Yes, works on any cam with a hotshoe
By Arcila on April 23, 2018
Soft pouch. No need to buy anything else.
By Joseph Forbish on April 11, 2018
Yes it is but as a regular speedlight . no Hss, no ttl
By PK on April 3, 2018
pocket flashes are not rated in watt seconds because that is a measure of power used not of light output. to compare this flash to another you would use "guide number" (GN) the guide number is f-stop multiplied by the number of feet/meters the flash can be away from the target and be properly lit this flash is rated a… see more pocket flashes are not rated in watt seconds because that is a measure of power used not of light output. to compare this flash to another you would use "guide number" (GN) the guide number is f-stop multiplied by the number of feet/meters the flash can be away from the target and be properly lit this flash is rated at GN66@ ISO100,199mm see less
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April 25, 2018
October 21, 2017
Love these flashes! They are cheap and with these YN660 matching the power of high end Nikon and Canon flashes with a GN66 guide Number these are definitely worth trying out. They work great with the YN560-TX Flash Trigger. These are manual flashes only, n TTL but that's the best way to shoot a flash when doing studio lighting and it forces you to learn how to properly use a flash. They do warn you in the manual not to shoot continuously on full power or you can burn out the flash but these put out more than enough power at the lower power setting so you can fire away pretty rapidly and still have plenty of light power if you need it.
October 10, 2017
By Shane T
September 21, 2017
Love it! This is my first flash I bought, so wanted to go with this instead of one of the $500 Canon ones. It's very easy to use and understand, and so far is doing great! Cheap price with excellent features and build. I'm definitely buying another one soo to add to my gear. Only issue for me is that it doesnt lock down super tight on one of my wireless receivers, but other than that its great!
September 14, 2017
By George B.
September 8, 2017
By Jackson R.
February 1, 2017
By Paul T.
January 27, 2017
January 26, 2017
These guys make some great speedlights. I can't for the life of me see why you would spend so much more for the big manufacturer ones. I don't think there is a discernible difference in quality. Definitely not one to justify the 3X price. I'd buy Yongnuo again in a heartbeat. In fact getting this light helped me realize I'd like another off camera flash for fill shadows and general experimentation. I constantly read about pros who use these. I'm impressed with the quality and the versatility. Even more impressed with the price
January 25, 2017
By Cesar Tejada
January 19, 2017
January 18, 2017
Great speed light for the price. Compared to the Youngnuo mark iiii these things are a lot bigger. which is not bad but with a battery grip on camera and this flash it does add weight to the camera. Also most precut gels won't work. I control my 660s with the YN560tx and they work great but they will not zoom pass 105mm when controlled by the 560 tx, not a big deal to me at all but when they come out with a 660tx I will upgrade from the 560tx. Last thing. A Nikon or cannon top of the line speed light cost over $600 - $700 I can buy 4 YN660s, 4 battery packs, 4 light stands and 4 NEEWER 32x32 softboxes with removable grids for the price of one Nikon or Cannon speed light. This is a no brainier. These things are built solid, and does not feel cheap. But lets just say within a year they do clunk out. its only $75 I can replace this with out breaking the bank.
January 17, 2017
January 12, 2017
By Michael Curtis Sr
January 5, 2017
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August 25, 2016
By Don Lightbody
August 17, 2016
By William Andreas
August 12, 2016
August 4, 2016
By Richard V.
July 30, 2016
It seemed to work great for about a week, then quit. In all fairness, the unit worked perfectly in all modes when I removed it from the camera hot shoe. Dazed and frustrated I sent the unit back, but have since determined that the camera hot shoe connection is the culprit, NOT the flash. I shoot almost entirely in manual mode, so this was the perfect flash for me. Once I get the hot shoe dilemma resolved, I will likely re-purchase this flash. It's a big flash with a ton of power, and would suit my needs to a T. Great value for the money too!
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