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Wow someone said a sb-910. I am not sure that person has any other flashes, so yeah if you have not had all Nikon flashes sure its close to a 900 or 910. But if you really know, and have had all the Nikon flashes, then you can answer correctly. And that answer is, it is close match to the sb-700 in size and power. I ha… see more Wow someone said a sb-910. I am not sure that person has any other flashes, so yeah if you have not had all Nikon flashes sure its close to a 900 or 910. But if you really know, and have had all the Nikon flashes, then you can answer correctly. And that answer is, it is close match to the sb-700 in size and power. I have and have had, the sb-600, sb-700, sb-800, sb-900, sb-50, and others, and still have the sb-600 and the sb-900 and I think I still have a sb-50, I sold most of my Nikons in favor of the lower price but not cheaper made Yongnuo flashes. Also getting ready to sell my 900, and just keep the 600, the 50 is for film/not digital. They work great, I also use the yn-622's and have a few of them, I use them also for strobes. But anyway, yeah I would say the 700, maybe a tad more power but close in size. The 600 is much smaller but close in power, just a little less power. Hope that helps. see less
By Brian Roman on October 5, 2017
sadly no, you would have to have a 622rx connected to it. If you want a flash that works directly as a wireless with a 622tx use the YONGNUO YN685 N, and you will not need a RX 622.
By Brian Roman on October 5, 2017
I want to say yes. Its compatible with the 800 series. We have a 7200, and it works beautifully on ours!
By Megan on May 15, 2018
You would have to contact the seller. I'm honestly not sure if it can be exchanged out, or not. I'm sorry :(
By Megan on May 15, 2018
Hi Thuan Ton, We are sorry to tell you that you need another receiver YN622N.
By Augustina on May 11, 2018
YES, Make sure you purchase the Nikon Mount for your flash, and that its meant to be on a Nikon camera for it to work.....
By MJH-64 Top Contributor: Photography on May 9, 2018
Yes Works great! Thank you
By T. L. on May 5, 2018
By Andres on May 7, 2018
Thank you for the clarification . I just tried it and No is the answer. You would need to use it in conjunction with a YN-622N-ttl. (on the camera) with the other ttl. Or I use a TX on the camera and the ttl on the flash. I don't think that the 568EX has any radio transmitting or receiving capabilities on it's on.
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By Jim Sutherland
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I own a couple of flashes, one of each Nikon SB-700/SB-910/SU-800, six Yongnuo YN560 III and now two Yongnuo YN568EX Among things I shoot are outdoor portraits and events and primarily I use off-camera flash, so a few things are important to me 1. Light weight package (Camera, Lens, Flash, Lightstand, Modifier) 2. HSS, so that I don't have to use ND Filters/Faders 3. TTL, so that I don't have to use light meter Few systems I considered before making the purchase were an additional SB-700/SB-910 to make an identical pair, Phottix Indra 360/500 and Profoto B1 500. SBs are expensive and strobes are heavy, need a dedicated bag and sturdier/heavier lightstand. As I don't make money out of photography and I don't have assistants to lug stuff around, so it has to be cheap and light..!! Outdoors I had reasonable success with Yongnuo YN560 III manual flash.. but I didn't want to fiddle with ND filters, light meter and colorcheker... all these add time. After all people are watching you, so get the shot, don't tire the subject and move on. Very objectively I wanted more power than a single SB-700/SB-910, TTL, HSS, Radio Trigger and reasonable price. The main contender was an additional SB-700/SB-910 with YN622N kit. Plan is to use two speedlights together on a dual flash bracket for more power, with TTL radio receivers. The solution I settled for is two YN568EX with YN622N/TX kit. I may buy an additional SB-700/SB-910, but that would be purely for an "All Nikon TTL" solution and I like SB-700/SB-910 very much. TTL Strobes are a good option and certainly provide way more power, modelling light and modifier options .. but its for later. Things I like about YN568EX 1. Nikon CLS compatible with HSS and TTL (no need for ND Filter and Light Meter) 2. Had good experience with YN560 III manual flash so it was easy to trust YN568EX 3. Good overall build quality except battery door and locking ring. 4. Can afford to break an YN568EX but not an SB-700/SB-910 5. More powerful than SB-700 (but slightly less powerful than SB-910) and is compatible with A:B i-TTL ratio feature when SB-700 is used as a master. 6. Serves as a backup of SB-700/SB-910 on-camera flash. 7. Light weight package that can fit in my camera bag. 8. Very convenient to put color/correction gels, but that is applicable to any speedlight . 9. Cost of replacement is not high. Things I don't like about YN568EX 1. Radio trigger is not built in (you got to buy YN622N kit, and that is a system/hassle to manage) 2. Battery door is fragile (need to be very careful with it) and same goes with locking ring. 3. Poor menu system and poor documentation (doesn't bother me much) 4. Doesn't looks or feels like SB-700/SB-910 (these are compact and dense, with premium feel). When its a hobby, things got to look good as well :) 5. Cannot function as a commander/master (YN568EX II does but is a Canon only option) 6. Cannot take external battery pack (very handy for event photography.. I do that occasionally and I have SB-700/SB-910 for that). Over all rating : FOUR Stars 1. Great value for money. Specially when you consider TTL, HSS and Power/GN 2. Fragile battery door 3. Comparing it with YN600EX-RT (I know its for Canon..), YN568EX lacks features like builtin radio trigger/transmitter, master mode and is over all a clumsier and slightly more expensive speedlight package.
September 21, 2017
I am using this flash on a Nikon D7100, which has commander mode built into the stock flash system. For the money, this flash is wonderful, powerful, and consistent. My most recent shoot, this flash never did not fire. It is nearly perfect, except I wish the flash recycle time was a bit faster. I would NOT purchase this flash over the Nikon equivalent (SB-700).
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