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Yongnuo Flash Speedlite Speedlight YN560-III Support RF-602/603 for Canon Nikon Pentax Oympus

Yongnuo Flash Speedlite Speedlight YN560-III Support RF-602/603 for Canon Nikon Pentax Oympus

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Use RF-602/RF-603 wireless flash system which is trusted by the users around the world. Support 2.4G ultra-long-range wireless flash with the farthest triggering distance up to 100 meters.
The YN560-III can receive the signals sent by RF-603 or RF-602 wireless transmitter, supporting 16 channels. Easy to enjoy wireless lighting.
The YN560-III is equipped with a large size LCD panel. It is intuitive and convenient for use.
Lamp cover focal length can be altered between 24~105mm by pressing [ZOOM] button.
5) GN58 @ ISO100,105mm
High guide number 2.4G wireless flash supports M/Multi mode.
YN560 III can be triggered by the camera set-top, 2.4G wireless trigger. S1 and S2 light are sensitive trigger, S2 with pre-flash-canceled mode.
YN560-III provides charging socket for external power pack, meeting your higher demand for charging recycle.
YN560-III is equipped with PC port. Simply connect it to your camera and make them synchronized.
When the sound prompt system is enabled, different sound modes will prompt different working conditions of the speedlite so as to allow you to focus on shooting process (Note: the sound can be turned off).
The recycling time for full output just takes 3 seconds; you can get high speed current return experience even without using brand new batteries, which will only takes 4~5 seconds; besides, you can use the external charging box to accelerate the charging speed.
YN560-III is equipped with advanced options setting function, where you can self-define the functions of the speedlite on your own requirements.
YN560-III can automatically save your current operating settings to convenient your next use.

For Canon EOS 5D ,5D Mark II,  1Ds Mark [ IV / III / II / I ],  1D Mark [ III / II N/ II / I],7D, 60D ,50D, 40D, 30D, 600D, 550D, 500D, 450D, 400D, 350D , 300D,1100D,1000D etc.
For Nikon D3s, D3x, D3, D700, D300s, D300, D200, D100, D90, D80, D70s, D7000,D5100, D5000, D3100,D3000, D60, D40X
For Pentax K-7, K-x, K-m, K20D, K10D, K200D, K100D,  etc.
For Olympus E5, E3, E30, E300, E620, E520, E420, E450, E-P2, E-PL2,  etc.

Circuit design: Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
Guide No.: 58 (ISO 100, 105mm)
Flash mode: M, Multi
Triggering mode: Camera set-up, S1, S2, RX
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; Alkaline or Ni-MH are usable)
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 eternal charging port
Wireless triggering distance: 100m(2.4G wireless); 20~25m indoor, 10~15m outdoor
Additional features: The electronic flash head zooming, sound signal, automatically saving setting, power saving mode, over heat protection and advanced options
YN560-III Speedlite size: 19 * 6.5 * 5.5cm / 7.7 * 2.6 * 2.2in
YN560-III Speedlite weight: 368g / 13.0oz
Package size: 21 * 9.5 * 8cm / 8.3 * 3.7 * 3.1in
Pacakge weight: 542g / 1.2Lbs

Package list:
1 * YN560-III Speedlite
1 * Mini Stand
1 * Protecting Bag
1 * User Manual

Questions & Answers

  • Q ele e compativel com a panasonic dmc L10

    By leo August 6, 2017

    A sim

    Reply By Customer Service Center August 7, 2017
  • Q How to integrate for my Cannon 1000 SLR camara .Recently I got one piece of this from AMAZN. Please explain how to use with the above camara. MKS.Kumaran.

    By M.K.S.KUMARAN June 27, 2017

    A D877, support Cannon 1000 SLR, installed after the battery, installed directly on the hot shoe, turn on the power, on demand shutter can be used. How to use It is recommended to search for videos directly on YOUTUBE

    Reply By Customer Service Center June 28, 2017
  • Q How to integrate for my Cannon 1000 SLR camara .Recently I got one piece of this from AMAZN. Please explain how to use with the above camara. MKS.Kumaran.

    By M.K.S.KUMARAN June 27, 2017

    A D877, support Cannon 1000 SLR, installed after the battery, installed directly on the hot shoe, turn on the power, on demand shutter can be used. How to use It is recommended to search for videos directly on YOUTUBE

    Reply By Customer Service Center June 28, 2017

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I know the 560EXIII can move up and down but can it move side to side?

  • Yes. The flash swivels so you can aim it left or right.

    By cpurser on July 24, 2017

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Does this work with Yongnuo YN-622N wireless triggers?

  • I have a YN-622C (Canon) and it does NOT work with the exception of simply firing if and when the channels are configured. It makes no sense and it's inexcusable as a consumer. You get what you pay for I suppose.

    By Donald R. DeCicco on December 15, 2017

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Will this flash,yongnuo yn-560 111 work with a Nikon D3100

  • Yes, but there's no TTL. You have to shoot it in manual.

    By Lucas B on July 11, 2017

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Can this be controlled remotely with a canon 6d using ettl or do i need a trigger

  • yes

    By Talisa on July 6, 2018

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work with GH5?

  • Yes Thank you

    By Imelda on May 22, 2018

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Good morning, is this compatible with sony alpha a37k? is this ttl?

  • Hi,YES,it can be worked with Sony but it isn't TTL.

    By Constantine on May 6, 2018

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does it need a transmitter

  • no

    By Amando on April 22, 2018

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this flash work with sony a7?

  • I don't know! I use Pentax.

    By Gerald Hannon on April 19, 2018

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I bought the YN569-III and 2 RF-603N remotes. I have been able to make it work great, but only by accident. Any recommended settings. Thx

  • I have put mine on and then turn on my camera to get it to recognize it... Hope this helps...

    By Danny Reinmuth on April 20, 2018

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Do I need another transimition with canon t3i or it is working wirelessly with no need of transmission

  • No need.

    By Syouko Asada on April 17, 2018

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  • By Renatone

    September 19, 2017

    Prendi questo meraviglioso Youngnuo completamente manuale e prendi il flash analogo di casa Canon; la differenza in termini di prezzo è abissale, quella in termini di qualità quasi inesistente ! Il Youngnuo 560 mark III è un flash SOLO manuale, imposti tu e decidi tutto tu senza l'ausilio di automatismo alcuno. E' un flash potente che utilizzo principalmente a distanza tramite l'impiego di trigger dedicati dello stesso marchio.. Yongnuo RF603CII RF603II radio trigger flash Shutter Release for Canon EOS 10D 20D 30D 40D 50D 1D 1D Mark II 1D Mark III 1D Mark IV 1Ds 1Ds Mark II 1Ds Mark III 5D 5D Mark II 5D Mark III 1DX 6D 7D Il 560 mark III qualitativamente è un prodotto di ottima fattura con buoni e solidi materiali, il suo utilizzo è davvero intuitivo ma se ci dovessero essere problemi o dubbi nell'utilizzarlo ( viste le istruzioni solo in inglese/cinese ) sul web (youtube ecc.) è pieno di tutorial che vi saranno d'aiuto. Il fatto di costare poco, come prodotto, permette di acquistarne più di uno e di avere con una spesa davvero contenuta un piccolo set professionale a disposizione con cui vi potrete sbizzarrire davvero. La portata del wifi, da prove personali, copre tranquillamente i 30 m e dovrebbe andare anche un poco oltre. I tempi di ricarica del flash tra una "flashata" e l'altra è davvero rapido e degno di nota, numero guida (potenza della luce) è più che buono per la gran parte delle occasioni.. poi ripeto, se si acquistano almeno 2 o 3 pezzi si può giocare all'infinito indipendemente dal numero guida ! Ad un anno dall'utilizzo non riscontro problemi di surriscaldamento o malfunzionamenti. Per quanto riguarda l'alimentazione, utilizzo batterie AA "Duracell Ultra" ricaricabili ( n° 4 pezzi ); la carica dura davvero un'inifinità .. riesco quasi sempre a chiudere la sessione/servizio fotografico con ancora le pile cariche e il flash operativo ! Duracell Ultra Ricaricabili Batterie AA HR6 LSD 2400 mAh 4 pezzi P.S. PER CHI DESIDERASSE IL MANUALE IN ITALIANO, POSSO FORNIRLO GRATUITAMENTE TRAMITE MAIL IN FILE .PDF

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  • By Ezra

    May 14, 2017

    My review of the Yongnuo 560-III. This is a high quality flash comparable to the Canon 580EX and I will say that it has improved my indoor flash photography tremendously. I really love the ability to change the flash zoom settings from 24mm to 105mm. You can also change the power output from 1/128 (low power) to 1/1 (high power). I would suggest keeping it 1/128 for most situations, because this flash can produce extremely powerful output that can blind a person. (Be careful) The 560-III does come with a built in diffuser, but would suggest buying a separate 'plastic cap version' to soften the powerful output further. You have a choice of both Manual and Multi-Mode. There is a built-in backlight to illuminate and see your flash options in darker environments. There is an IR sensor and radio frequency mode for wireless flash settings. So far, I really love this 560-III flash by Yongnuo, and it a great deal for its cost. Two thumbs up!

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  • By Brac

    November 13, 2017

    I purchased this because I shoot manual mode almost exclusively off camera and I did purchase the RF603II wireless triggers that this flash works with (without having to mount a trigger to it because it has a receiver built in!). This flash is super effective and has plenty of controllable options. It is reliable and has served me very well! I am super happy with my purchase of this ultra valuable speedlight for my off camera lighting setup. The product arrived exactly as described, in new packaging, and in a timely manner. I am very happy with my decision and when the time comes to get another speedlight for my manual setup, I will look to this one first for my next purchase.

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  • By Anthony S.

    November 9, 2017

    I used to have an original Canon flashgun, but when that blew up (my own fault, it got wet) I took a chance on this Yongnuo brand. Amazing....they do the job but at a fraction of the cost. I now have 2 of these ones, and 1 other, a new model with TTL and HSS. These flashguns are every bit as good as the Canon equivalent. Perhaps a little less well built, and perhaps a little slower to recharge from a high power discharge, but they do the job well. Like I say, I have 3 now, with compatible triggers and receivers. I'm definitely a Yongnuo fan now.

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  • By Dara Robinson

    November 9, 2017

    So I bought this out of desperation due to a low budget and a looming wedding of a friend and now I am actually quite impressed, ended up being my main flash and was very reliable. I did burn though 8 batteries in full (2 sets of Eneloop’s) and half of a third set but I was very happy. I am actually planning on getting another 2, minimum, so I can use them as back lighting and fill lighting. You should watch some reviews online and make your own mind up but the feature list is quite complete and I have had no issues. For the price I cannot imagine being able to find anything better.

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  • By Jeffery

    September 26, 2017

    I bought 3 of these and have used them for a few quickie location portrait jobs. They work well indoors. THE INFRARED TRIGGER DOES NOT WORK WELL OUTSIDE!! Forget the IR and go with Pocket Wizards. Firing these units with a pop-up camera flash worked very well indoors with my Nikon D-610. I was able to get the units to fire consistently with my pop-up on 1/16th power. That's a good thing if no one else is firing a flash. For weddings, you must use a Pocket Wizard or other radio trigger. These are totally manual, so expect a learning curve if you didn't serve time in the old school of 'dumb' speedlights. As for me, I like the manual speedlights because they are cheap and they always put out the brightness you set them on. TTL units can be easily fooled. Battery life is low, because these units may not have a recycle circuit. I didn't get any more flashes on various powers than I did on full power. So every flash, no matter the setting, uses a full power load. Excess is dumped. Too bad. Batteries get hot and fail quickly. Not great for the wedding and event shooters. But for 40 or 50 flashes on a quartet of AA batteries, you get big output. Summary: Good value

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  • By G. Popescu

    September 20, 2017

    Just got the flash and tested it on camera at a car show. At half power the flash recycled relatively fast at the speed of 3 seconds as advertised, I wasn't trigger happy anyways. The part that you have to be aware of is that after about 400 shots the flash shut down. I immediately thought it was a battery problem and it was true, when I opened the door to take the batteries out they almost burned my hand, that's how hot they were. I shot with the Canon 580EX2 for more than 4 years now and the batteries inside that flash although hot were never hot enough to burn my hand, as in I couldn't hold them in my hand for more than one second. I was using Eneloop NIMH batteries that I usually use with my other flashes. Maybe because it was indoors and relatively hot in the huge room of the car show, or I'm not sure why else but always keep in mind to switch the flash off if you're not using it, and have spare batteries to change after about 400 shots or so. I will test it outdoors next, but I'm guessing outside it won't get as hot as indoors.

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  • By Valerio

    September 13, 2017

    Premetto che non sono un tecnico quindi esprimerò un parere personale. Il prodotto è arrivato nei tempi stabiliti, la scatola fin troppo protetta e il servizio offerta da amazon impeccabile come sempre. Utilizzo una Nikon D5000 e devo dire che non avendo mai utilizzato un flasch del genere sono rimasto impressionato dalla qualità delle foto fatte. Il prodotto è di buona fattura, non ho mai preso in mano un flash originale nikon, non saprei quantificare la differenza, la qualità della plastica è molto buona le regolazioni non sono di facile interpretazione per un neofita, ma grazie ad internet e svariate prove sono riuscito a settarlo in maniera corretta. Sono estremamente soddisfatto del prodotto che per un uso non professionale è ottimo, bellissima la funzione multiscatto. Il prodotto è consigliatissimo e il rapporto qualità/prezzo è davvero competitivo.

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  • By V***c

    September 7, 2017

    For a manual flash I have to say I really like it. Sure there are limitations but it you want reliable flash output on every shot this will work just fine. With TTL flashes I've seen the power vary based on what the camera sees and what I see. With this flash you set it to whatever power level you want and that's what you get. I will let you know that if you have this flash the viewing angles can be really tough sometimes. Depending on the angle you you have your flash mounted on a stand or umbrella I can't see what power level I'm setting it to so I have to either drop the stand height to see the numbers. Minor inconvenience but it is noticeable. The power output goes all the way down to 1/128 which is useful. Swivels to about 270 degrees and tilts up 180 degrees. One thing I don't like about it is the mount. I wish it had something other than the thumb wheel to tighten it to the hot shoe mount. A lever like some of the higher end model flashes would be preferred but I guess that would add to the price. Just be careful when you mount it on your stand and have to angle it up or down. I've had what I thought was a tight mount and the flash fell off the stand. Ouch! So far I've had two and they are still working. First one (YN560II) going on two and half years and the YN560III for almost a year. For a small budget studio I really like them.

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  • By Chris Dowswell

    August 30, 2017

    I've got an Sb-910 and could always use more strobes, but can't afford $500 per small flash. I heard about these for a while, read reviews, etc and finally just grabbed one. My thoughts... Build quality feels pretty solid in the hand. Not flimsy. It's pretty easy to use, which is good given the poor instructions that come with it. I really only shoot manual, so I don't worry about ttl, etc. Set it manually and adjust...repeatable results. It's safe to fire on-camera with Nikon and I believe Canon. My pocketwizards work every time and connect via the PC terminal. I've never had a misfire. Now, the slave cell...that's another story. It's not very sensitive if you're not firing right at it. On a table top set-up, the slave is probably close enough to pick up other flashes, if you have a small set up. It zooms from 24-105mm, so not as muc as Nikon's 200mm, but that's not really a deal breaker for me. The bounce card, works just like every other built in bounce card. Metal hotshoe foot, which is a weakpoint on some cheaper flashes since they're plastic. Bottom line: I look at it this way. For a great price, you're getting a pretty capable flash. I wouldn't put all my in it, so I would have more than one. You should always have a back up of everything anyway. For the price...just get one.

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  • By Alexander Ruiz

    June 28, 2017

    This is the second Yongnuo flash I purchased, the first one was the Yonguno YN560II and this one is even better and has a few more features. First someone just getting started in flash photography, I believe these are the go to flashes. They are not TTL, but I think that's a good thing because you'll actually learn how to use it instead of letting your camera tell you what settings to use with TTL. For the price, you cannot go wrong. Simply put - they work and they are affordable. Stop thinking about it and buy it.

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  • By Trip Ghetaway

    June 17, 2017

    Unless you just want a speed light with the Nikon or Canon word on it, then go with this. It's like a professional $500 plus speed light for under 100 bucks, can't argue on that price. This speed light performs so well has me wanting to buy the $200 one even though I never even wanted to shell out big money on a speed light in the first place. I can flash it multiple times back to back with no issue, and it's super powerful. I can take photos outside in the complete dark that look like I had a professional lighting crew behind me. When I use it in my photo studio looks like glamour magazine looking photography and the models are always happy with the look. rather your a starter photographer or a seasoned professional this is a really good buy, don't pass up on it just because it's off brand...

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  • By Awkwardness_teen

    June 13, 2017

    Very satisfied with this flash. Works great in all modes, and gets the job done well. My only slight issue with this is I do not believe it has a test button, or at least maybe I haven't figured out how to test fire it. When I first got it out the package I was very happy with the build quality, feels much more sturdy than my cheaper Neewer brand speed light I bought before this one. Also, when rotating the top part of the flash it feels very nice, with no shake or rattle. This flash functions great in slave mode, the optical sensor does a great job picking up the light signal from my less powerful Neewer flash. Id recommend this flash to anyone looking to add a flash into their arsenal. Once my Neewer goes dead for sure, I will defiantly be replacing it with one of these.

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  • By Jman

    June 4, 2017

    A manual flash is not too hard to use. If you need a flash for portrait work or a job here or there, this will work just fine. I don't use a light meter so I guess my settings, take the shot, and then adjust as needed. This process seems to work just fine with me. I imagine as I use it more and more I will become even more skilled at guessing the correct settings. If you are a Pro wedding photographer then you may want a TTL flash. TTL is very fast and will evaluate the best flash setting based on your camera settings. TTL will also cost you a lot of money. Again, unless you are doing wedding work where a fast and some what automatic flash is essential I suggest you save a money and buy the Yongnuo. Thanks.

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  • By Jason

    June 3, 2017

    I'm not going to go into a long spill about the features of this flash. I just want to say that I use it with a Nikon D7000 and it works like a charm. It works great with the Nikon Creative Lighting System although I purchased the wireless triggers from Yongnuo and love the way they work. One benefit this flash has is the built in wireless receiver. If your using the wireless triggers there is no need to place one on this unit as it already has the receiver built in and it works great. This is an all manual flash but for about $30 or so more you can get one that is fully compatible with ITTL/ETTL which I plan to purchase later on. As a much less expensive alternative to the Nikon / Canon units this Yongnuo flash is worth every penny. NOTE: In previous reviews I have read where a few say the flash temperature / color balance of some Yongnuo flashes were not the same as their Nikon / Canon or whatever flash thus creating weird color imbalances in the photos, especially when using multiple flash units. I have not noticed any difference in flash color / temperature with this unit when compared with my Nikon flash. It is spot on with my Nikon SB-600 and works great in combination with it. This was the first test I ran after receiving it. No problems.

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  • By W. Jaffier

    May 25, 2017

    I'm a hobbyist with a Sony A6000, Panasonic GX1 and an RX100 (original model, no hotshoe). I bought this flash because it's much cheaper than the native auto flashes and gives the same or more light based on the published specs. Granted it's not automatic but that's a very small hurdle to overcome, especially if you're making use of an ILC. Since the multi-purpose hot shoe on the A6000 doesn't always work with standard hot shoe devices, I'm using the pop-up flash to trigger the Yongnuo and it works perfectly! Taking portraits indoors, I can stay low with the ISO and get well lit sharp pictures. It's powerful enough to bounce off the ceiling, so I can achieve little or no shadows. With the GX1, I can attach the Yongnuo to the hot shoe directly and it recognizes it perfectly fine. Just for kicks, I tried triggering the Yongnuo using the RX100 pop-up flash and that worked just as well. To get around the hot shoe problem, I purchased a couple of adapters to try and mount the flash on the camera. I ended up with two adapters, the Sony ADP-MAA and Pixel TF-325. I was then able to mount the Yongnuo on the adapters and the camera was able to trigger the flash directly. Only problem is it's quite top heavy though relatively sturdy. However, it does come with a stand and so you can place it on any flat surface or that stand can be mounted on a tripod if required. With 4 AA batteries I was able to get around 100 or so exposures at 1/8 power. Next purchase will be a battery pack and a wireless trigger to take things to the next level! Update: After a little research, it turns out that the Sony hot shoe has a thin layer of black paint on it that causes some devices, like this flash, to not be able to ground itself. Taking a nail file (sand paper would work too), I scraped off some of the paint on the undersurface of the left and right edges of the sony hot shoe being careful not to scrape anything else. And that worked perfectly. So now I can mount this flash directly on the a6000 and it triggers every time. For even more flexibility, I've added the YN560-TX to the mix. I now have the flash mounted off camera, but I can control all of its settings from the remote controller and of course trigger it.

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  • By Justin

    May 19, 2017

    A manual flash is not too hard to use. If you need a flash for portrait work or a job here or there, this will work just fine. I don't use a light meter so I guess my settings, take the shot, and then adjust as needed. This process seems to work just fine with me. I imagine as I use it more and more I will become even more skilled at guessing the correct settings. If you are a Pro wedding photographer then you may want a TTL flash. TTL is very fast and will evaluate the best flash setting based on your camera settings. TTL will also cost you a lot of money. Again, unless you are doing wedding work where a fast and some what automatic flash is essential I suggest you save a money and buy the Yongnuo. Thanks.

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  • By Jon

    May 13, 2017

    Here's how I arrived at 5 stars: Knowing ahead it's manual only, I didn't take points off for lack of ETTL functionality. It does what it's supposed to do, and is just slightly tricky to turn on, while costing a mere fraction of my Canon 580-x. The extra star is for intuitive, ease of use. Head swivells great. So far, I've gotten real good results whether using as a primary or secondary light source indoors, or for fill-in flash outdoors in daylight. The price is so reasonable, you should get 1 or 2 just as a backup in case your $600 strobe dies on you (it happens)>

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  • By Not Daniel

    February 23, 2017

    I did a photo shoot with a friend and found that he was using one of these Yongnuo flashes and it was working just as well as the replicated Canon speedlight, so I did some research and eventually bought two YN560-III speedlights... Yes they are Chinese made flashes but really don't feel like they were made in China at all, they're sturdy, the reliable, don't kill your batteries, have multitudes of features, and the recycle time is amazing. The two only differences between this flash and the replicated Canon flash, are one, this flash costs hundreds of dollars less, and two, this flash has built in receivers so you only need one transceiver for your camera to shoot with any amount of these flashes wirelessly... With a Canon or Nikon flash you'd have to then drop hundreds on Pocket Wizards to get something as reliable as this flash and the $20 Yongnuo transceiver...

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  • By Athel R.

    January 26, 2017

    I bought this flash to be my key light because quite frankly, I find Canikon's offerings ridiculously overpriced. I must say, as a photographer who uses strobes frequently, this flash is everything I could ever want (I always manually control my lights so I don't need TTL). It's durable, it feels GOOD in the hands, the recycle time with Eneloop rechargable batteries even when the flash is at full power is just incredible, and the compatibility with the Yongnuo RF-602/603 triggers is just icing on the cake. If you have any doubts about this flash, buy it and give it a chance. You won't be dissapointed.

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