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December 8, 2016
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. 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 fifty), 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. recommend!!!
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