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By Keith Fuller
January 17, 2018
i'll start off by saying that i'm a wedding photographer mainly. i LOVE using flash. if i'm using studio lights, then all these features are meaningless to me, however, out in the field when you don't have time to use light meters and take a billion test shots you need these features. the ETTL on this thing has been flawless, and the HSS is waaaay more powerful than i thought it would be. i have a canon 430EXII along with other flashes, but i don't even use my (overpriced) canon flash unless i'm using multiple strobes. everything about this thing feels better than my canon one does, and for a fraction of the price. the screw on hot shoe connector is a lot better than that canon lever-system. the canon one attaches and detaches easier, but it has also fallen off my 5diii a number of times. the screw on one takes a seconder long to switch, but i know that sucker ain't goin' nowhere. the master/slave feature works perfect with my 430EXII, but i don't really use it. if i'm using multiple lights, they are all off-camera, in which case i pop on my YN-622C's. ***ONE THING TO NOTE - you CANNOT simply pop on a YN622C on your camera and YN568EXII and still have the YN568EXII act as a master to your other flashes. if this is what you want, you need separate triggers for all the flashes, and control everything from the back of the camera. However, if your other flashes are dummy optical flashes, they will still fire like normal. i would completely recommend getting the YN622C's to go along with this bad boy. i can't explain how much better life is when you can adjust everything from the back of your camera. sure, you still have to use canon's bizarre ratio system (if you're in ETTL), but you don't look like a moron in front of clients scrambling back and forth from your flash to your shooting position dialing everything in. after using this new Yongnuo stuff, i'm left wondering why anyone would buy some of the other "professional" gear. the only argument that i can entertain in that this doesn't have a connector for battery packs. that can be a huge issue for some people, but not for the majority of users. you can buy 3-4 of these over the canon 600 - so even if one dies on you, it's still a massive win for your wallet. if you're a wedding/event/portrait photographer looking for portable strobes, you will NOT find a better deal - so seriously stop wasting your time looking around. these have power, ETTL, HSS, master/slave functions, and for a percentage of what the "1st Party" brands are going for. bottom line - the features work flawlessly. the power is great. if you need an ETTL flash this is a no-effin'-brainer.
By Jason W. Peters
January 8, 2018
I have a YN-568EX, YN-568EX II and a Nikon SB700. The 568EX II like the SB700 can do Auto FP (high speed sync). The 568EX cannot do high speed sync. The menus are easy to navigate, but not as easy as the Nikon, since the flashes are designed around the Cannon brand I would guess they are similar to the Cannon models. I bought this YN flashes for there i-TTL capability using CLS to control them directly from my D600. I have never had a problem with CLS (creative lighting system) to control my off camera flashes in manual or i-TTL. I bought the SB700 first because I wasn't sure how reliable the YN flashes would be, but you really cannot tell the difference when working off camera. Both of the YN work in the camera's hot shoe, but some functionality like Auto FP or BL mode doesn't seem to work on the 568EX or 568EX ii. After purchasing the SB700 I figured that I would give the YN a chance since they are a 1/3 the price. IMO they work great!! If you only need one flash don't hesitate to purchase one of the YN flashes, just know they may not have all the functionality of the Nikon speedlites when mounted in the hot shoe. Put one on a light stand with or without a modifier and you would be hard pressed to tell the difference. I use CLS all the time with my pop up flash as the commander. I recently started looking at the Pocket Wizard Mini/Flex and the Phottix Odin (TTL systems) to trigger the flashes thru walls or other obstructions. I was surprised to learn that neither of these triggers work with the YN flashes. Both manufactures only test with the name brand flashes. I have read over and over about problems with Nikons CLS not working in direct sun light and that maybe be in some situations, but before you spend the money for the trigging system be sure to test for yourself. I have been very impressed with how well this system works in my workflow.
December 31, 2017
First off, let me say I’ve used this a few times already just testing the waters, and I love it! I haven’t picked up the manual yet, but so far haven’t had to. It functions much like my canons, so finding a function isn’t a headache in the slightest. I’ve also heard people saying this flash doesn’t recycle well... were they using dead batteries? I can fire this quite quickly on high power with no disappointments. The only reason I’m not giving this a 5 is I was led to believe it controlled slaves via RT-type means, not via an optical flash signal.
December 24, 2017
Best flash I have ever had. Always dependable, always loyal, despite the abuse that it has to endure with a nature photographer like myself. It has all the features I need, like HSS, TTL, manual, etc, etc. Battery life is pretty decent, but HSS drains the power quickly, since rather than a flash, HSS is a rapid fire of multiple bursts. Intensity goes from 1 to 1/128, but even at full power, the cycle time is very reasonable with fresh batteries. As for potency, I have taken bird shots many feet away at ISO 400 with excellent results. A great alternative to the big names if you want quality, power, and reliability without emptying your wallet.
By Ricardo Torres
December 12, 2017
GREAT flash! This is my second Yongnuo flash (the first one I got was the 560 ex iii which is manual) and I love it! I love Yongnuo products, they are very affordable and you get more than what you pay for! Comparing it to a Canon flash this is a great deal. I would want a little bit of more power from this flash, but it's okay I don't have any complains. The HSS mode works as expected even wirelessly (with my YN622s). The TLL mode is very accurate 95% of the times. The assist focus beam is finally accurate (the beam of the YN622s are soooo wrong). The construction quality is excellent. I dropped this flash once for about 3 feet tall with the YN622 attached and nothing happened to it, not even a single scratch!. This is definitely a great purchase.
December 9, 2017
May give it a 5 after some more use, as I have no complaints yet. Bought it shortly before going on vacation and it helped enormously for occasions where I needed fill-in flash. So easy to use on fully automatic settings and produced great results. It is pretty big and bulky, and on my Canon 5D Mk III not something you want to just walk around with it attached for long, but got shots I could not otherwise without a flash. I pondered splashing out a lot more on the Canon equivalent, but with my own level of experience and number of occasions I am likely to actully need flash, it did not make sense. Have not yet even had to switch to my second set of batteries, which surprised me. I thought the battery life would be more limited, not having owned a flash for quite some time.
December 9, 2017
this improved my canon t3i camera! took about a day to learn how to use an external flash. its all preference so i wont be posting how i use mine. i have taken about 50 shots with fresh batteries but i also keep the lowest auto off minutes it can set. i only have this single flash so and its on the camera. i also have no sound and i dont have the lcd light on. 3 days with the same batteries. i also put on a diffuser which i noticed is close to screen thats built in and slides out from the flash. the power on the flash can go really bright, more then i expected. the af-led also goes way longer and wider compared to my cameras built in version. i have been recommending it to my other entry level dslr friends.
December 8, 2017
As a pro photographer, I use a lot of flashes on location shoots. I was looking for a little more reasonably price unit that would do what I needed and not break the bank. Man, was I in for a surprise! These flash units offer all the capabilities of the high end flash units at about a third of the cost. What really surprised me is when I did a side-by-side test of the Yongnuo 568EX ll and the Canon 580 EX. The Youngnuo was 1/10th of a stop BRIGHTER! Full ETTL functionality and high speed sync capabilities, as well. I Liked it so much, I ordered another the next week and then a third 2 weeks after that! Very highly recommend these flashes! The quality of light and the build of the unit is remarkable. All at a very reasonable price. Buy one today and you will want another one very soon after.
By Denham B. Crafton, II
December 4, 2017
The 568 is a gem- my only gripe is this- I couldn't find ANYTHING in their documentation on how to activate the (claimed 2.4GHz internal receiver- which led to my buying 3 622C trigger receivers to handle the same job- If only- if only, the documentation wasn't written in Mandarin- English!! It would be a tremendous step for Yongnuo to hire a really good writer and Editor to translate that cheesy little document- I know of a good photographer in NYC who would be a great resource; her best friend is a world-class Editor, and between theme just might get a worthy product. I'd give a 5-star rating if that 2.4GHz receiver was approachable-
By Dzung Le
December 2, 2017
The build quality is solid. It performs flawlessly, just like a Canon Speedlite and more. The best feature of this flash, in comparison to the Canon EX II series, is that there are sound prompts indicating proper/under-exposure as well as flash ready. I shot >1000 pictures with it on a 5D mark II, at a wedding this last weekend and never had to look at the back of the flash once since the sound keep me well informed. Yet, less than 10/1000s pics were shot when flash was not ready! Very different and so liberating. Canon flash users (like myself), you owe it to yourself to check this out even if cost is not a consideration.
December 1, 2017
this is my second Yongnuo flash. bought the new one because of the new sync speeds. all I can say is AWESOME. now I have two speedlites, (still less than a canon) and I bought Yongnuo's flash triggers too. Flash made easy folks.I would highly recommend this brand of flash. PS I shoot with a 5D mk III. I've tried other brand lenses and always come back to Canon but Flash…when first starting out I cold not afford canon's…I'm so glad no I could not. I would buy the basically 2 for 1 with Yongnuo every time.
November 30, 2017
I am a hobbyist photographer. I was to the point where i felt the need for an ability to trigger flashes wirelessly. The choice came down to Paul C Buff Einstein set or Yongnuo. Took the chance with Yongnuo and got entire system. The 2 TTL Flashes, 1 Wireless Trigger and 4 Transreceivers for Canon. Spent 475ish for this purchase which resulted in savings of about 900 vs Einstein. Really worthwhile and takes my learning to the next level. Entire system is easy to use. I didnt even read the manuals. Was able to get going right away. Flashes are very comparable to my 580 EXII and do the job fine. Here is the kicker. For the price of just one Canon flash, entire system came. YN 622 Transmitter and Transreceivers are simple and easy to use. The first order of Transreceivers seemed like used or returned product. So returned it and got replacement. It was easy fix. If you consider yourself upto an intermediate photographer, and are on a budget, just get this system. You will be happy.
November 23, 2017
Sur les conseils d'un ami j'ai commandé ce flash manuel (car non TTL) et je l'ai reçu en 2jours. L'objet est réellement de très belle fabrication et il est livré dans un étui pour le transporter. Malheureusement, je m'aperçoit vite que le flash ne se déclenche que dans une seule position: face à la cible. Donc impossibilité de le déclencher vers un mur ou vers le plafond. Le retour c'est fait très facilement en imprimant simplement l'étiquette retour d'Amazon et en le déposant dans un point relais. Le soir même j'avais la confirmation de la prise en compte du retour et l'émission du remboursement. J'aurais aimé toutefois pouvoir faire un échange directement sans passer par l'étape remboursement mais rien de problématique là-dedans. Merci Amazon.
November 22, 2017
This company makes flashes that are of very good quality. This flash has two features that Canon does not provide. This flash will beep when it is ready to flash again. This also tells you that the flash went off which is a nice feature. If you are using it remotely, it's nice to know it went off. It also has a slave feature that fires when it sees another flash go off. The build quality is very good and I'm now using this flash over my 580ex. I have 4 yongnuo yn-560 flashes and love these too. The yn-560 costs only $90 which is a steal. It's only a manual flash but works for most of my shoots.
November 19, 2017
Arrived Friday, did a bridal session with it Saturday. Coupled with a pair of YN-622C transceivers, it went great. I don't know what Fremen is talking about. I shoot on a 6D and I used the meter in my camera to obtain good results on a sunset pic. I'll post some photos later. Fremen said if someone uses this flash at a wedding, you should be fired? Seriously? The flash works fine. Don't use TTL at a wedding I think is the better advice. If you know how to light a reception, this flash throws just as much light as the canon brands with only a marginal stop of light difference. Frankly, these lights are best for adding to ambient light anyway! Off camera, it was a joy to use on my outdoor portraits. Don't use product reviews to whine when you don't understand the tool, Fremen. Save your pennies and get some proper strobes if you're worried about weddings. In the mean time, stop debating. This flash is great for the price. $400 of savings? Yes please! I bought 3 with some yn622c and the new yn622 tx. Works awesome. 4 stars instead of 5, because I share some other concerns with the users about the battery door breaking. Definitely need to be careful when closing the battery door. Otherwise, construction is solid. Recycle was pretty fast at 2.8-9 seconds at full power, for me.
November 18, 2017
My photo friend had been shooting with Yongnuo flashes for sometime and recommended I add a flash to my wish list for a future purchase. After a recent photo shoot along the Amgen bicycle race, I noticed the riders faces were dark and difficult to see the stressed features so I took the plunge and bought a Yongnuo for myself. Within days of the flash arriving, I found myself at an outdoor, evening 40th birthday party where the flash was required. I had no training, no practice and the pictures captured on the 50mm were stunning. The birthday girl was so pleased with the pictures and I was too. I only have about 4-6 hours of practice with the flash, but I know I have a winner in my bag. I would recommend to others. I use a Canon 7D.
November 13, 2017
Photos taken both with manual settings and and ETTL match my 550EX near perfectly with an exception. When bouncing off the ceiling, the YN568EXII must have exposure increased 2/3 to 1 to to match the perfectly exposed bounced flash of the 550EX. I haven't tried it yet with the Yonguo triggers, but I'm sure they will function just fine. The camera (5DMkIII) is able to control the flash directly from the screen. A minor annoyances is that when the 568 is mounted and is tightened, its a bit loose in the hot shoe. It won't come off the camera, but wobbles a bit. It doesn't sit firmly like the Canon counter part. Other than this, it seems well made.
By Bruce A. Meisinger
November 9, 2017
I am a super amateur, I have a Canon 60D put YN-622Cs on it the flashes on light poles, and take pictures of large Antique planes in there hangers. Having lots of fun, all for about the price of one Canon 600ex-rt! since this model supports ettl, and the 60d has the controls, I let the camera decide what gets lite up, and I'm pleased!! Used one at a wedding without remotes and had a Gary Fong diffuser, got some ( for me) great shots. I am starting to understand the advantages of manual mode, but having a flash that can out think me ( no comments please) is very good at this stage!
November 8, 2017
C'est un flash disposant d'une bonne puissance d'éclairage, largement suffisant pour de l'indirect par exemple. Chaque flash peut être configuré comm déclencheur ou esclave, la portée en 4.2Ghz est bonne ( testé en intérieur à travers des murs sur une 20aine de metres. Je les utilise avec le Yongnuo YN560-TX, qui est un boitier de commande permettant de rêgler 6 flashs individuellement, à distance, très pratique pour corrigerla lumière sans se déplacer. La couleur de lumière est assez froide ( par rapport à des flashs de studio genre elinchrom ) mais ça se corrige sans problême soit avec la balance de point blanc de l'appareil, soit avec lightroom. Pas de TTL sur ces flashs, mais c'est inutile dans la plupart des cas, et en tout cas dans la photo de studio. L'interface est claire et simple, pas de surmenus compliqués, heureusement parce qu'avec la qualité de la notice, il faut un peu deviner ;)
November 7, 2017
J'ai fais l'acquisition de 4 Flashs Yongnuo Yn560 IV (flashs Manuels) ainsi que le contrôleur de la même marque,(YN 560-TX) pour une utilisation en stobisme. Çà a été un peu laborieux de les faire se reconnaître entre eux sans un manuel en français mais avec les tutoriaux on fini par trouver. Heureusement çà reste mémorisé quand on remet l'ensemble en marche. Ensuite peu importe si la technologie des flashs est simple ou compliquée vu que tout est piloté facilement depuis le contrôleur. J'aime faire de la photo sans me compliquer la vie avec la technique ! Je possède déjà le système de flash Nikon qui fonctionne par infrarouge et donc la portée est limitée. J'essaye le système yongnuo qui lui fonctionne par radio, la portée est de 100m en extérieur et de 25m en intérieur... à tester, mais bon je n'aurais jamais besoin d'autant ! Reste à tester tout çà en situation studio.
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