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Andoer AD-560Ⅱ Universal Flash Speedlite On-camera Flash

Andoer AD-560Ⅱ Universal Flash Speedlite On-camera Flash

GN50 w/ Adjustable LED Fill Light for Canon Nikon Olympus Pentax DSLR Cameras

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With LED fill light, and light brightness is adjustable.
GN50 @ISO 100: Andoer new large guide number manual speedlite, supporting M modes.
High sensitivity wireless triggering sensor makes S1 and S2 mode can be used in outdoor environment and the wireless triggering distance is as long as 15m.
Turn on its sound prompt function, different sounds indicate working situations and helps you focus on shooting (Note: the sound can be closed).
Provides PC port, you can make the flash synchronously by connecting to the PC port.
Super speed of charging recycle: it only takes 3 seconds in charging after full power output. Even without new batteries, you can get the supercharging speed that it only needs 4~5 seconds; In addition, you can use the external power pack to accelerate charging speed once more.
High-speed continuous shooting: Under the output level of 1/8 or below, Andoer AD-560Ⅱ can support the 8FPS high-speed continuous shooting.
Automatic setting saving: AD-560Ⅱ can automatically save your current setting.

Brand: Andoer
Model: AD-560Ⅱ
Circuit Design: Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
Guide No.: 50 (ISO 100)
Flash Mode: M, S1, S2, LED
Vertical Rotation Angle: -7~90 degrees
Horizontal Rotation Angle: 0~270 degrees
Power Supply: 4 * AA 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
Wireless Triggering Distance: 10~15m
Additional Features: sound indicator, automatically saving, PC port, power saving mode and overheating protection
Dimensions: approx. 190 * 78 * 60mm/ 7.5 * 3.1 * 2.4in(Extended state)
Item Weight(without battery): 305g/ 10.6oz
Package Size: 9.5 * 8.2 * 21.3cm / 3.7 * 3.2 * 8.4in
Package Weight: 462g / 16.3oz

Package List:
1 * Andoer AD-560Ⅱ flash speedlite
1 * Protecting bag
1 * Mini stand
1 * User manual(English & Chinese)

AA batteries are not included.

Questions & Answers

  • Q Hola, mi duda es si es compatible con la nikon D3300 Gracias

    By MIRIAM SOLIS SOLIS March 23, 2018

    A í, es compatible

    Reply By Customer Service Center March 23, 2018


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  • By Salva

    November 24, 2017

    Lo que más me ha sorprendido de este flash Andoer AD-560 II ha sido las luces Led's de relleno que lleva en su parte frontal que puedes encender cuando tu lo desees, es un detalle que no lo he visto en otros flash mucho más caros que este. Además es compatible con las marcas de cámaras fotograficas más reconocidas del mercado, como Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Pentax. En mi caso lo he probado con una  Olympus E-M10 Mark II  y la verdad el flash ha respondido perfectamente a todos los parámetros que le he exigido. Y sobre todo lo que más atrae es su precio, es decir posee una relación calidad/precio muy interesante. El AD-560 II posee varios modos de disparo, el modo M de alta sensibilidad para sensor inalámbrico, también las sensibilidades de disparado que hace los modos S1 y S2, este último modo se pueden utilizar en el ambiente al aire libre y a una distancia de disparo de 15 metros. Puedes conectar o desconectar el sonido a tu gusto cuando lo esta manejando. Tiene puerto para PC, además la recarga de los disparos están por debajo de 3 segundos. La cabeza del flash es abatible, y éste posee cortinilla y panel reflector, ambos están escondidos en el propio flash. Las dimensiones del Andoer son de 20 x 6'5 x 5 cm aproximadamente, y el peso es de 370 gramos sin baterías. La energía la obtiene de 4 pilas tipo AA (no incluidas). Todo el flash está fabricado en plástico ABS. El pack trae: 1 Flash Andoer AD-560 II. 1 Bolsa de transporte. 1 Mini soporte para el flash. 1 Manual de usuario. En definitiva, un buen flash para no hacer un desembolso muy grande, y os puedo comentar que la relación calidad/precio es muy interesante. Cedido para comentario.

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  • By K. H.

    November 23, 2017

    ▶ Erster Eindruck Der Universal-Blitz wurde in einer stabilen Verpackung sicher und schnell geliefert. Im Lieferumfang befand sich folgendes: - Blitz - Blitzschuh mit Stativgewinde - Transporttasche - Bedienungsanleitung Der Blitz besteht komplett aus schwarzem Kunststoff und besitzt auf der Rückseite einige Bedienelemente und ein einfaches Display mit LEDs. Auf der Vorderseite befindet sich der Blitz mit einer Streufolie und eine LED Leuchte, welch dauerhaft leuchten kann. ▶ Nutzung Vor dem ersten Benutzten muss man in den Blitz 4 AA Batterien einlegen. Anschließend kann man loslegen. Ich habe den Blitz auf meiner Canon 600d montiert, welche das Auslösesignal automatisch an den Blitz weitergibt. Das einzige was man manuell Einstellen muss ist die Blitzstärke. Hier kann man zwischen 8 verschiedenen Stärken auswählen. Zudem kann man eine dauerhaft leuchtende LED einschalten, wenn man zum Beispiel ein Video aufnehmen möchte. Die Blitzleistung ist erstaunlich und um ein vielfaches besser, als der intrigierte Blitz der Kamera. ▶ Resümee Für unter 40€ bekommt man hier einen sehr guten Blitz mit integrierter Videoled. Da ich bis jetzt keine negativen Aspekte feststellen konnte, gebe dem Produkt 5 Sterne und empfehle es jedem weiter! ▶ Sonstiges Falls ihr Fragen oder Anregungen habt, freue ich mich über euer Feedback. Auch Fragen zum Produkt versuche ich gerne zu beantworten. Verwendet hierfür einfach die Kommentarfunktion. Falls die Rezension für dich hilfreich war, würde ich mich über eine solche Bewertung freuen. Dieser Artikel wurde mir im Rahmen eines Produkttests vergünstigt und ohne Auflagen zur Verfügung gestellt, hat meine objektive Bewertung jedoch in keinster Weise beeinflusst.

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  • By Peppers

    September 4, 2017

    This Andoer AD-560II was sent to me for review and in the package apart from the flashgun you get a case, stand and user guide. To get going you need 4 AA batteries which aren't supplied. The unit measures 190 x 78x 60mm and weighs in at just under 350g. We tested this unit with a Nikon D7100 DSLR using the hot shoe fitting and AA rechargeable cells which worked fine - our usual flash is a Nikon Speedlite. There are 3 flash modes - Manual Mode, S1 and S2 wireless slave modes plus the LED light mode. In addition, there's an external power socket as well as a PC synchronous port. The physical construction of the flash is plastic as you'd expect at this price point but it is adequate. The vertical rotation angle of the flash head is 7-90 degrees and horizontally a maximum of 270 degrees. The supplied stand is useful when the gun is used in slave mode and underneath it is a standard (albeit plastic) tripod screw thread. Both the gun and stand fit neatly into the supplied case. This Andoer gun has a generous feature count for a budget flash. One of them is that apart from the flash unit there's also an adjustable continuous LED light feature which is useful for filling in and video. Secondly, the controls include a really simple but effective flash control panel with LED Indicators for controlling the output - there are 8 main levels of flash output control 1/128 to 1/1 with 4 levels of fine tuning in each of the 8 settings. Flash duration can be set from 1/200 - 1/20000 and the recycling time is around 3 seconds but with some flash units the recycling time can be slightly improved by using disposable rather than rechargeable batteries. In use, the illumination was well controlled and even. Also, as you'd expect from a flash gun rather than built in flash, red-eye isn't an obvious problem. Colour rendering seemed fine and there wasn't any obvious bleaching or flare over quite a reasonable range - the quoted colour temperature of the light being 5600K. There are a number of other features which were nice to find on a budget flashgun - it features a slide-out white reflector card and diffuser. Another handy feature is that the unit saves the last setting at switch off plus there's also a test button. In addition, we tested the unit as a slave unit and again, the results were creditable with a synchronised output. In summary, although not perfect, at its price point this Andoer AD560II Flash does offer a lot features and performs creditably at a bargain price. I think for someone on a budget or new to DSLR photography this is a good buy - we really like it. (Disclosure: I received a heavily discounted sample - the text above reflects my honest opinion of the flash unit).

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  • By Jim

    September 15, 2017

    This is my first speedlight and my first experience using one. The Andoer AD-560II I received to review is the one listed as "only flash" vs "flash plus trigger," and I've only used it ON camera (specifically a Nikon D5100, as shown in my photos). I'm powering it with 4 AA size rechargeable Eneloop batteries. The light recharges fast; just a couple of seconds between shots, though this can change if the light is used on full power/brightness. In order to use it on my Nikon D5100, I cannot have the D5100 on Automatic mode, for when it's in Automatic the built-in flash automatically pops up even though this speedlight is attached. (The speedlight on the D5100 prevents the built-in flash from popping up all the way, but the built-in flash still flashes, so it's essential that a mode other than Automatic be used when using the speedlight on-camera. Based on what I've read, this is not unique to this speedlight but is just the way it is when using any speedlight on the D5100, and this may apply to other DSLRs as well.) From the start I found using this speedlight (on camera) fairly intuitive, and the user manual is easy to follow. The light head is easily angled and swiveled, making it easy to bounce the light off ceilings, walls, reflectors, and umbrellas. In my experience, for taking shots indoors in dimly lit rooms in the evening (i.e., with no light from outside coming in through windows), I can get good lighting with the speedlight on the lowest power/brightness setting and bouncing the light off an off-white ceiling. High power/brightness levels result in completely whited-out photos. James Stewart's character in Rear Window would've appreciated this speedlight, which can be triggered independently of a camera or external trigger via the pilot button. (For some reason, the button on speedlights that enable users to test the lights are called pilot buttons.) I will update this review if I have any problems with this speedlight. The build quality seems excellent and given the current retail price (just under forty), I'm impressed. Nothing about it looks or feels cheap or second rate and for this amateur photographer it does what I need it to do, which is to provide brighter light and is more versatile (i.e., that it can be angled and swiveled) than the built-in D5100 flash, and is I assume brighter than Nikon's least expensive external flash (which cannot be angled or swiveled sells for three times or more than what this speedlight sells for). This speedlight's mount slides perfectly into and out of the Nikon D5100 hot shoe. The fit is snug but not at all overly tight, and I barely feel the need to tighten the locking ring on the speedlight. The packaging is professional and protective. The speedlight comes with a carrying/storage case, that has a Velcro strap on the back for attaching it to camera bag straps, etc. Like the speedlight itself, the case looks and feels high quality. As those of us who buy brand name accessories for our DSLRs know, prices for brand name accessories can sometimes seem ridiculously inflated. And in some cases I'm okay paying what I think may be a ridiculously inflated price because of the confidence I have in the brand (e.g., Nikon). But as someone who is new to the use of speedlights and who isn't sure just how much use I'll get out of one, I was in the market for a budget-priced speedlight (meaning, under a hundred and ideally closer to fifty) when I was so very fortunate to be offered a sample AD-560II to review. For me it's a great first speedlight. There's no comparison between using this Andoer AD-560II Speedlight and using my D5100's built-in flash, which since I've owned my D5100 I've found to be not very useful because of it's limitations (i.e., fixed brightness which ain't that bright, and it cannot be angled or swiveled). As noted, I received a sample Andoer AD-560II Speedlight to review.

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  • By Marco Ricci

    December 24, 2017

    This Flash are really well done. Mind you now, the Flash is great, I would say superb when compared to the price. Beyond this, the device looks really solid, the plastic is not ""plasticky"", and the impression one receives by holding it in your hand is a good solidity. The controls, despite their simplicity, are absolutely functional. Practically you can adjust the 4 modes of intervention, (supports M / S1 / S2 /LED mode.). The swivel head makes it even more useful. It can be tilted in very small increments/ decrements until you achieve the best position to create the perfect bounce flash. It has an inbuilt diffuser and a real external diffuser is also included in the box to sweaten the deal. I received this product for free in exchange for my honest unbiased interview. If the product is good it will be rated good. If it's bad then I will judge it accordingly.

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  • By Sarah Porter

    December 19, 2017

    I was surprised when I received this Flash. This is a perfect flash meets my needs completely. This is a surprisingly good flash for the price. It provides a bright burst of light that's great for studio photography. The light is pure white and even with the diffuser on, is bright enough to illuminate what I need it to. Excellent product, easy to use, well made and full of accessories. Great works on my camera without any adapter on and very durable though not high price. If you must have a flash that in the non-professional daily, AD-560II seems to me the best, Especially considering the value or price of, a photography enthusiast might find at a reasonable price. If you do not have too many claims in terms of temperature and continuity of the quality and intensity of lightning, I would say you can not do any better on the market. I recommend this product to all photographers who may need. This flash provided by supplier for a test and a review impartial and hones. I hope to be proved helpful to make an informed decision on the article.

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  • By Andres

    December 10, 2017

    Este flash quizás uno de los más baratos del mercado, cumple lo que promete, si lo pones a máxima potencia, lo he probado con pilas recargables y aunque se que no es lo ortodoxo lo he testado con un flash de otra marca algo superior. EL otro con las mismas pilas puedo disparar a máxima potencia varios flashes, con este solo puedo uno y esperar que recupere. Pero claro estamos hablando de un precio casi 3 veces superior. SI necesitas un flash barato para aprender. Es una gran opción, lo quiero para flash de relleno y me viene perfecto. Ten en cuenta que si lo quieres para disparar muy seguido no podrás usarlo a máxima potencia, ya que tarda en recuperar, a media potencia si puedes disparar hasta 5 disparos. Una cosa que me gusta mucho de este flash es la luz led delantera, ya que si tienes poca luz te ayudará a enfocar. La luz le delantera es reguble la potencia.

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  • By Sebastian

    October 22, 2017

    Habe heute den Blitz erhalten. Habe ihn ohne Probleme an meiner Canon 80D getestet, und danach als Slave (Master war ein E-TTL Blitz von K&F Concept) und da lief er auch super. War am anfang etwas skeptisch wegen dem Preis und den Bewertungen von anderen, wo Drunter stand "Fake Bewertung" (und NEIN! das ist keine Fake Bewertung). Alles in allem: 1) Die Verarbeitung ist gut, Kann da nichts dran aussetzen. 2) Der Blitz läuft flott. 3) Die LED ist schön Hell und Stufen mäßig einstellbar 4) Slave Modus klappt gut 5) Wer wirklich noch was zu meckern hat sollte sich überlegen das der Blitz immerhin "nur" 30€ kostet. und da ist die Preis/Leistung unschlagbar Klare Kaufempfehlung!

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  • By Upfront Reviews

    September 18, 2017

    After owning a Nikon SB-600; I decided to retire it from service and replace it with a much cheaper model. I normally take photos at live music events where damaging a flash gun is more likely to happen than anywhere else! I decided to have a go with this Andoer AD-560II Flash as it was only £19.19 (Today's deals) - I wasn't expecting much for that price but I was happy knowing that I can use it more in dangerous environments and replace it if I had to. This flash is extremely simple. Mount it to your camera, select the intensity out of eight and take photos. That's literally it. The flash is made of plastic, as you'd expect for such a low price but still feels of quality build and has a nice weight to it. The flash takes four AA batteries (not included) and comes with a nice case and a plastic stand. There are 3 flash modes, Manual Mode, S1 and S2 wireless slave modes. As with all flash guns, it comes with a pull-out wide-angle diffuser and white reflector card. The flash can take external power and also has a nifty LED, perfect for filling in! Bare in mind, for me, the LED drained my batteries dramatically when left on. If you're new to flash guns or are looking for something a little more "disposable", the Andoer AD-560II is a good choice. If you've never used a flash gun, you'll definitely see the difference in your photos!

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  • By Tyler Castro

    August 21, 2017

    I receiving a Free Samples send from supplier and this ratings are based on my experience with the product. I would like to say the relationship between quality and price is great for those who are beginners, they can seem even pennies for this little gem. Also I must say the presentation of the package is very good. With such a cheap price I was given so many different accessories. The flash is very good, I have yet to try it several times to be able to recommend their eyes closed but certainly given the price is a good deal to start using the flash. Device exactly to the characteristics variables presented in the online description, supports M / S1 / S2 / mode, etc. Universal Flash GN50. Product valid in all its components and fully functional. Next purchase a decent tripod ... I think I'll try one of Andoer.

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  • By Gabry

    May 18, 2017

    Il flash si presenta abbastanza bene in un astuccio in tessuto sintetico con all'interno in una piccola tasca la basetta per poterlo utilizzare off camera in modalità slave. Le plastiche in cui è costruito non sono di eccelsa qualità ma comunque adegeguate al prezzo trasmettendo una buona sensazione di solidità senza scricchiolii. Il display è costituito da una serie di led luminosi che però hanno la pecca di non essere visibili in condizioni di forte luce all'esterno rendendo difficile visualizzare i valori impostati. Resta comunque un problema non particolarmente grave, date le poche semplici impostazioni offerte dal flash. I tempi di ricarica con pile nuove sono relativamente veloci, inoltre il flash può effettuare più lampi anche in modalità scatto multiplo a meno di non Utilizzarlo a piena potenza, in questa vado bisognerà attendere qualche secondo per la ricarica del flash. Vi ricordo che essendo interamente manuale si può usare su qualsiasi macchina, non ha lo zoom motorizzato ma in compenso è dotato di un pannello riflettente incorporato estraibile per diffondere meglio la luce come di due piccoli led posti anteriormente per facilitare la messa a fuoco in condizioni di luce scarsa o per effettuare dei video. Nel mio caso utilizzato su una pentax su circa 100 scatti si è comportato abbastanza bene senza dare problemi. Quindi dato il buon rapporto qualità prezzo mi sento di consigliarlo.

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  • By Robin

    December 31, 2017

    Der Universal-Blitz ist ganz gut. Er kommt mit dem auf den Fotos abgebildeten Lieferumfang. Die Verarbeitung des AD-560 ist sehr gut. Die Bilder die dabei rauskommen sind gut beleuchtet. Gefällt mir auf jeden 'Fall gut. Ist auch einfach zu befestigen. Ich habe extra mal auf die Schnelle ein paar Fotos gemacht, damit man es sich von Nahem angucken kann. Die Qualität ist gut, also zu empfehlen. Auf jeden Fall eine klare Kaufempfehlung!

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  • By contemodenax

    September 21, 2017

    Very simple external flash, not a professional but it remains very useful. Recommended for non-professional users.

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  • By jose juan

    December 30, 2017

    precio, calidad /muy bueno, para empezar va muy bien, xon dos leds, para fotografía macro, funcion simpatia, una pega solo, la pantalla a sol, haz de tapar con la mano, para ver los leds

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  • By a***w

    December 20, 2017

    Love the item, came fast and quality is good, price too

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  • By Xooo Zidam

    December 19, 2017

    El flash universal es bastante bueno. El procesamiento del AD-560 es muy bueno. Las fotos que salen están bien iluminadas. Me gusta todo. También es fácil de adjuntar.

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  • By poppy

    December 14, 2017

    Really happy works lovely

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  • By p***r

    October 5, 2017

    Thank you for an easy, pleasant transaction. Excellent seller.

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  • By Francesco

    August 30, 2017

    Per il suo costo, il flash universale Andoer è estremamente versatile e funzionale. Unica pecca, come sempre, è la consegna. Se, per la prima volta, Poste Italiane hanno consegnato in tempo, il pacco è arrivato malandato e anche la confezione del flash stesso ammaccata prepotentemente su più punti. L'interno però risulta ben confezionato e privo di problemi.

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  • By Phenix

    June 22, 2017

    Satisfactory. Great product.

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