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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
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
Yes, but there's no TTL. You have to shoot it in manual.
By Lucas B on July 11, 2017
Hi，YES,it can be worked with Sony but it isn't TTL.
By suben SELLER on May 6, 2018
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
By buyee (US Shipping) SELLER on April 17, 2018
Hello You can use the YN560TX flash controller Thank you
By Shining Star Photo INC SELLER on February 14, 2018
I assume it will "work" with Olympus cameras with standard flash shoe. However, the Yn560III will NOT do ETTL, on your Olympus (or any camera), it is strictly a manual flash. I have three that I use with Nikon 7100, 5200, 70s, and 40. I use them off-camera and trigger with Yongnuo RF-603 N3 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigge… see more I assume it will "work" with Olympus cameras with standard flash shoe. However, the Yn560III will NOT do ETTL, on your Olympus (or any camera), it is strictly a manual flash. I have three that I use with Nikon 7100, 5200, 70s, and 40. I use them off-camera and trigger with Yongnuo RF-603 N3 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigger (fyi, I don't know if there is a "trigger" that works with Olympus). If you want camera to adjust flash with ETTL you should not purchase. see less
By Larry AZ on February 12, 2018
Yes Thank you
By Shining Star Photo INC SELLER on January 21, 2018
Hello yes it is compatible Thank you
By A&R PHOTO VIDEO INC SELLER on January 16, 2018
By tunde on January 7, 2018
Yes Than you
By Shining Star Photo INC SELLER on December 26, 2017
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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
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!
By Giacomo & Ale
January 13, 2018
Posto che ho il flash solo da poche settimane e non mi sento di poter dare un giudizio definitivo, queste sono le cose che posso dire: - costruito in maniera sorprendentemente solida. Non vi sembra una cinesata, anzi! Anche se messo a fianco al mio Metz 48 AF-1 risulta più leggero, il feel è di una grande solidità, in particolare la testa del flash. È una copia del Canon 580 realizzata veramente bene. - l'interfaccia è semplice ed intuitiva, non servono manuali, tutto è a portata di mano in maniera semplice ed efficace. - insieme al flash c'è anche una borsa morbida ed una basetta per il flash, la borsa morbida è ai minimi termini ma è un accessorio vitale che marche "premium" come Metz tendono a non fornire, la basetta del flash si è rivelata utilissima: non solo permette di appoggiare il flash con sicurezza, ma ha un attacco a vite per cui in mancanza di stativi potete usare un cavalletto! -potentissimo E velocissimo, il tempo di ricarica è incredibilmente breve. Ma, la vera "star" di questo flash è il suo ricevitore wireless interno. Fatevi un favore, compratelo insieme a dei trigger Yongnuo RF603 II (ricordatevi il "II", i 603 base hanno qualche grossa pecca...)- ne vale davvero la pena. Usare un flash in wireless senza doverci attaccare un ricevitore sotto è comodissimo ed il ricevitore interno del 560III funziona PERFETTAMENTE. Le poche note negative: - lo schermo è poco leggibile se non viene visto frontalmente, angolo di visione molto ridotto. - la luce dello schermo rimane accesa per poco tempo - l'avvertimento sonoro di ricarica è esageratamente fastidioso, bastava un "beep" a ricarica completa, invece fa rumore anche durante la ricarica, è la prima cosa che disattiverete - per accenderlo bisogna tenere premuto il bottone per un paio di secondi, se lasciate il bottone si interrompe l'accensione, idem per lo spegnimento - il blocco del flash è a "rotella" e non rimane perfettamente bloccato nell'hotshoe (può girarsi leggermente a sinistra e destra) non è un problema per la sicurezza del flash ma è un po' fastidioso In conclusione, questi lati negativi sono solo dettagli totalmente ininfluenti, acquisto consigliatissimo.
December 12, 2017
I have owned Godox speedlights, Viltrox and other cheaper brands, and none of them have lasted as long as all 4 of my Yongnuo YN560iii's. I have dropped mine onto gravel carparks several times and one even fell onto a tarmacked road recently, and it still works as it should! I do not give two hoots about TTL or any of that silly business, I do not even own a light meter, there is no need these days, not when feedback is so instantaneous, if the light is not working well, alter the power, move it closer/further, diffuse it etc... And the beauty of these are they are so simple to use, even someone with no prior experience should be up and running with one of these in no time. They work both with the YN560TX and RF603C triggers, the former being able to alter settings without being near the speedlight, allowing us to get down to the real business of capturing images. I also own a much abused and slightly older YN460ii, which still works well, though is not as powerful, however it is a great compliment to the more powerful speedlights in my bag. I am a serious strobist, i own all sizes of softboxes and octaboxes and all the stuff that goes with them, and use them often, and the YN560iii never let me down, they are simply the best speedlights out there, so reliable and so handy when either shooting small mushrooms in the woodland or large groups of people. If only the other aforementioned speedlights lasted half as long, one viltrox unit died midway through a shoot for no reason after 5 months of minor use, and the godox ones tended to overheat and then burn out after a while, no where near as reliable as they ought to be. While I use mine mainly for portraits, i do use them for wildlife also, mushrooms, small amphibians and flowers etc.The beauty is, light modifiers are now so cheap, you can afford to buy varied sized softboxes to use in certain situations, smaller softboxes are fine for stomping round the woodland in, bigger ones are more for people portraits or still life subjects/production photography. These Yongnuos are competitively priced, not as powerful as more expensive models but they do the job very very well. If budget is an issue or you would like to try strobist shooting, these speedlights will full fill your expectations.
By Mr. G. Bridgeman-Clarke
December 9, 2017
I think like most people I have always followed the rule that if you need a flashy should be the same make as your camera. In this regard over the years I have collected a number of flashguns from Canon Nikon and Leica. They are not interchangeable and you run the risk of burning out your camera if you set the wrong flash on the camera hot shoe. The other problem with using a dedicated flash is that you can become lazy and issues the TTL metering system. This may be okay in 80% of photos but to take full control over your photos you really do need to be able to manage your flashgun in manual mode. However the biggest disadvantage to buying a dedicated flash is the cost which can be up to 6 times the cost of an independent flash unit. I bought this flash unit after going on a course were manual flash units were encouraged. In this regard I took control of the flash and managed to throw out the background into complete darkness and keep the foreground in colour stop if I do use the dedicated flash and TTL metering the whole area would have been both in focus and in lights and the effect I wanted would not have been achieved. This flash units from Yongnou is extremely cheap, versatile and does the business. Okay it is only manual and there are no automatic settings but once you master how to use the flash the world is your oyster. I used the flash with pocket wizards to the flat itself is not connected to the camera directly. This again gives me more flexibility a little more effort means I get great results. The unit itself is a very lights and plasticy. As you would expect the construction is not as sturdy as a delegate flash but for this type of cast I can live with that. All in all a great purchase which is meant that I've learnt new techniques in photography.
November 28, 2017
This flashgun works as advertised. The listing mentions the fact that this is a manual flash. So this flashgun comes nowhere near a fully dedicated flash for ease of use. There is no E-TTL feature, which means that the camera cannot really communicate with the flash. Evaluative through the lens metering is used on a dedicated flash. The camera would signal a preflash in order to evaluate the power required for a well exposed picture. Another feature on a dedicated flash is the zoom. Whilst zooming the camera would communicate with the flash (you would actually hear the flash adjust). Now this fashgun, as the description suggests, is fully manual. Yet it is still a very valid alternative, and with some hands on experience you can get some great creative pictures. A couple of decades ago we took awesome pictures using fully manual cameras with non autofocus lenses, and using light meters to determine the aperture and shutter speed....E-TTL flashes were science fiction. I find myself using the YN560 III very often due to full control over the flash, thanks to the comprehensive full fledged "menu". Build quality is very good, and the LCD display combined with the button layout makes the YN560 a great flash. The slave function works very well too. I would recommend that you search whether this flash is compatible with your specific camera. It is not compatible with all the models of the mentioned brand names. For those who do not fancy dishing out 5 times as much for a dedicated flash, or people wanting to learn and experiment with flashes I would say that this flash is worth every penny. The price of this flashgun is a real bargain when taking into account it's numerous useful functions. Highly recommended.
November 18, 2017
Very high quality flash. Easy to operate. Have it since few months ago now and found no missed fires. But the huge advantage is the wireless receiver built in. I just place my YN603 trigger on my camera and don't have to attach another one to this flash as it already got it inside. Manual is very clear so there is no problem to figure out how this flash works. It also came with a high quality bag sisilar to canon one :) The disadvantage: no ttl mode. This is a manual flash. But there are talks that very shortly yongnuo will introduce a ttl wireless transmitter with all manual control in it and that it will be fully compatible with this flash. So now waiting for that.
By Mike Benstead
November 17, 2017
I ordered two 560 lll' s, but unfortunately one was faulty and was sent back for replacement , and it was replaced within two days by Tomtop, great service, it may be that product testing isn't one hundred percent at the yongnuo factory, but That said I am very pleased with the overall construction, and they seem well made, and for the price compared to canon units they really can't be beaten , so much so that I have ordered two more, I also have the 560 tx which works perfectly with the units and saves you going to each unit to make adjustments, also they trigger with my canon 430ex ll speedlite mounted on my 6D which is a bonus, overall I am very impressed with them and if you just need to use manual flash like I do then use these they are great !.
By BOBOLAKIS KONSTADINOS
November 13, 2017
This flash is not a new one.its very capable ,you get a tone of features for the money you spend,its made of good materials and its very powerful (58 GN) Stronger than a lot of Nikon or Canon flashes that cost 2 or 3 times more(i.e.SB-700 GN 33) So i ll buy more of those instead of the ''top-branded'' .I use it with Sanyo eneloops and works just great ! A tiny thing only,the difuser and the reflector card does not come out with ease unless you have a long nail....but that's ok,maybe its because its new yet. I bought this from V-BASKET,nothing wrong with them,clear transaction on time and well protected package. One of my best purchases for sure.
October 20, 2017
Absolutely one of the most worth while gear purchases I have made in a while. I have a lot of gear, mostly of the really expensive variety but found myself needing a few extra flashes for a specific shoot.... since I almost always prefer manual flash I decided to try and get out the deal on the cheap and purchased three yn560-III and the corresponding RF-603 N3 transceiver. So worth it.... I can not believe the quality of these flashes and they how reliable they all fire off just the one transceiver. The build quality on these little guys is just amazing... I honestly don't have enough good things to say about the YN 560-III. I had planed on buying a couple more SB900's soon but honestly I always use in manual..... for my purposes and the way I shoot the only advantage the SB 900 has over the yn 560 III is raw power. That alone will actually be why I go ahead and get a few more but seriously... a triple speedlite bracket and a few more yonguo's seems like a reasonable alternative right now. First time every purchasing anything made by yongnuo. Won't be the last. If you know how to control your speedlites in manual.... don't need the raw out of the pricer big names.... I don't think you'd regret getting a few of these.
October 17, 2017
I had read some of the other reviews by photographers who had purchased this Chinese brand and manufactured Speedlite, for the price paid, I had my reservations, (Whilst I have not had time to test the unit yet), my initial reaction is one of extreme Surprise, I was expecting a broken white box, i was wrong, the Yongnuo YN 560 III Wireless 2.4, is very nicely packaged in its own branded box, a rather pleasant Gold Effect with black lyrics, at first glance it looks professional, having taken the unit out of the well packaged box, the unit has a fairly nice build quality, to be honest, it looks the same as a Canon Speedlite, and the swivel head and flash turn mechanism to me almost seems better than Canon, has a soft feel to it, it comes with a nice case, similar to Canon, branded with yongnuo on the front, a flash stand, and a good set of instructions, having read those, the Chinese are clearly trying to up their game, by having them translated somewhat better than in the past, I had no problems understand what they were trying to convey, it seems to me, China is trying to do better with its own branded products, instead of making them for other western companies. The buttons on the back of the unit are as shown in the photo, they look clearly presented, and a good size LCD screen, so far so good, as i said I have not had time to test it yet, but the unit has the look of a larger Canon 600 EX RT, and is designed by the instructions I have read to do exactly the same job, but for £54.00 and not £470.00 thats a big difference if your on a budget, I'm not sure if its TTL I don't believe it is, but it doesn't seem to take long to alter the power settings on the rear of this unit, and in any event I am someone who likes to set my own power flash settings and zoom settings, you will need an R202 or R203 wireless transmiter for your camera from Yongnuo, but these are fairly easy to pick up here at Tomtop and reasonably priced, if it goes well I am going to buy another 2 of them, thats only £162.00 for 3....think about it, and consider this unit for your needs, delivery was speedy, I ordered on Wednesday afternoon, on Thursday it was delivered. best of luck.
By Anil Simon
October 9, 2017
Fantastic flash for the price. First thing to note, this flash model is not a TTL flash (Thru The Lens). TTL model is bit more expensive than this one. With TTL, basically your flash can see through lens and adjust the exposure automatically. Without TTL you will need to set the exposures manually. And I personally needed a non TTL flash because for creative lighting you anyways won't use automatic exposures. I already have Nikon SB-600 flash, but wanted to have couple more flashes for creative lighting. (And Nikon SB-800 and SB-900 were too expensive for me at the moment). I already had a Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitters (YONGNUO RF-603II-N3 16CH 2.4GHz), so communicating remotely with this flash was super easy without the need for additional transmitter for each flash. Note, there are multiple options for your camera to communicate with this flash. The build quality of this flash and the amount of light (guide #) that it emits is pretty decent. It comes with a nice case and a stand (for keeping the flash on a flat surface if needed). I purchased the second flash shortly after the first one. Perhaps I will get couple more to cover additional lighting angles. Even then it will cost will me less than a single SB800 or SB900 :-). No dis-respect for SB-900, it is a powerful flash and may last a lifetime. Now I do not know how long this flash will last; and the battery usage efficiency. But I will make sure that I do not always use the flash at full power unless I really need it, and hopefully it will last for a long time.
By Alan Tutt
October 6, 2017
Most of my photography is shooting portraits, where the lights have to fire consistently at whatever power setting I choose. I bought 2 of these units last year and recently bought a 3rd. They have never misfired, and the output has been wonderfully consistent, both in power and in color. I also like that the radio receiver is built into the unit, which makes it more stable on a light stand. (BTW - the radio system has never misfired either, although I rarely have more than 15 feet between camera and lights.) With a GN of 110, I get all the light I need from these units. In fact, they can easily overpower the sun when using the highest sync speed on the camera and a ND filter to bring the aperture down to what I want to use. Of course, when doing this, the light is only a few feet away from my subject. Even so, it amazing what this can do even from a distance, and indoors when using an ISO around 1600. Now that Yongnuo has made a TTL version for Nikon, I'll probably add one of those to my kit, but these manual units will continue to be my go-to lights for most situations.
September 22, 2017
I unboxed my new flash and test fired it. It seemed to work just fine. I put the flash back in my camera bag and the next time I got it out to really use it, it wouldn't flash. It turned on just fine and I could move through the menu but it wouldn't fire. I returned it and am waiting to receive the replacement to be delivered. I am going to give it another shot. Hopefully this next one will work. UPDATE: I received my replacement flash and used it on a family shoot. It worked great and I am hoping it continues to work. I will update again after I give it a good workout and give it more time. I am shooting a wedding this weekend so it should be a good test. UPDATE: 10/15/2013 I have given this flash a workout through a wedding and several other photo shoots and it is working great. I dropped it TWICE on cement in the last week from about 3 1/2 feet while it was in the protective sleeve. I was really nervous that I broke it, but when I got to my shoot, it still worked just fine. I am happy with it's performance and durability. UPDATE: 4/21/2016 Flash continues to work great with no problems to report after using this for nearly 3 years. I would definitely recommend this flash and I am looking to purchase a second one now so I can have two off-camera flashes on light stands. The prices have come down since I last purchased which is a bonus.
By Alberto Nencioni
September 15, 2017
... a un prezzo da fantascienza: col prezzo di UN Nikon o di un Canon di questi flash ne prendi tre, il controller, le batterie e il caricabatterie, in pratica uno studio di posa. Lo so perchè ho i Nikon, ed ho appena preso tre YN-560, il controller Yongnuo YN560-TX LCD, il caricabatterie AccuPower da 16 batterie e una dotazione di 16 Eneloop Orbene: si lavora in manuale e SOLO in manuale. Il che è normalissimo se lavori in studio e/o con più di un flash, ma se ti serve solo UN flash potente da mettere sopra la macchina fotografica è meglio prendere un TTL "dedicato", che permette di scattare in automatico. Il flash è bello tosto, display e comandi sono ABBASTANZA intuitivi, le istruzioni solo in cinese e inglese sono scarne ma complete, su YouTube ci sono anche dei tutorial. Un fotografo con un po' di esperienza ci si ritrova subito, un novellino ci deve dedicare una mezz'oretta. Ha caratteristiche di utilizzo professionali, soprattutto per la presenza di "aiuti" come il beep di "flash carico" e la regolazione di potenza praticamente continua. Dove però si gode davvero è quando si utilizza col controller wireless. Ti trovi in mano PIU' di un normale set fotografico, dalla macchina puoi controllare singolarmente o a gruppi n-mila flash, cambiando per ognuno potenza, apertura del fascio luminoso e modalità di scatto. Le stesse caratteristiche le trovi solo in sistemi-flash da studio di fascia MOLTO alta. La portata della radio è fin esagerata, ho personalmente collaudato 40 metri attraverso due muri e una cancellata. Possono essere utilizzati anche con le compattine sincronizzandosi col loro piccolo flash - non è facile, bisogna conoscere bene la propria attrezzatura e sapere cosa fare e perchè, ma si può. La potenza luminosa è sontuosa, anche se il numero guida 52 è sicuramente relativo al fascio luminoso più stretto (ma è un giochino che fanno TUTTI i fabbricanti di flash). Tempo di ricarica più che decente alla massima potenza, brevissimo a potenze inferiori. Alla massima potenza scalda un po' - fatelo respirare, ogni tanto. Tempi di consegna e imballaggio nella migliore tradizione Tomtop.
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.
June 4, 2017
This flash is nearly identical to the Canon speed flash 580II..... except one BIG one.... the price. I have been using it for a while now and it is extremely reliable. But if it breaks, no problem, I'll buy a second. And should I need to do that it will still be over $350 less then just one canon flash. Honestly, my guess is someone for yongnou snuck into canon's office, and stuck out with the blue prints for their flash, It looks nearly identical right down to the font they used on the front of it. It is like you are getting the Cannon flash for a tenth of the price. I purchased this with the remote trigger by yongnou (YONGNUO YN560-TX for Canon Flash Transmitter). They pared near instantly, and never have a problem communicating. It was under $50, which means you can get both a flash and remote trigger for less then the cost of just a set of triggers. With quality and reliability like this, Yongnou is posed to turn the photography world on its head. Don't think, just buy both of these. You will than me later.
June 3, 2017
I have owned the 603II transmitters from Yongnuo for a couple years and have been extremely pleased with them. I have read several reviews on the Speedlite Flashes and decided to go with the YN560-III model. I had little issue setting up my 603II transceivers with the flash. I paired the YN560-III with my Canon 430EX-II flash on a trip to Texas to shoot a wedding. The flash provided everything I needed for the 8-hour coverage and the fact it had it a built-in receiver was a nice plus. I did not encounter anything unusual or quirky; no misfires (aside from batteries needing to be swapped out). I do a lot of off-camera flash shooting and the transceivers and receiver from the flash worked flawlessly, even at a range of 30-40 feet as I walked around the reception area. We'll see how things go as I use it more. However, so far so good. I plan to buy 1-2 more to complete my mobile unit. Even if I do encounter any issues, at $60-$65 per flash, I can get them replaced without breaking the bank. Purchasing through Tomtop was painless. So far, everything has been good. I may write a follow up review after a few months.
By Patrick Perdu
June 2, 2017
I bought two of these and I will add more. By far most of the time I shoot with the flash in manual. Once you are used to a given setup, the flash always start at a known setting with a known angle and distance, and the camera is always set the same way, then you adjust from there. This proves the best solution for me as soon as the light is somewhat controlled. Yes, I have a canon 580ExII I use in E-TTL when shooting around in a crowd, but E-TTL will give you overexposed grooms (tux looks 18% gray) and underexposed brides (dress looks 18% gray), which ambiance flash set on manual will not. These units work like a charm. I already used YN560-II with YN603 remote trigger that way and I loved the simplicity of operation; this is even better: you don't have to think of another pair of AAA for the remote control and overall is costs less money. At this price I am willing to risk my gear in conditions where I would think twice to risk my brand stuff. The improvements over the YN560-II are significant. #1 of course is the integration of the remote receiver in the flash itself. #2 for me: the fast power up and power down - they obviously listened to their customers' complaints. #3 enough power - about the same as the 580Ex-II #4 a light indicator showing when it "hears" an active remote control on its channel #5 a power port on the side to add an external battery pack - this really does help. ___________________________________ Edited in April 2015 Now that the YN560-IV and the YN560-TX have been released it appears that the YN560-III was ready for more than met the eye at the time: both these new additions to the lineup can not only remotely trigger the YN560-III but also assign them to flash groups and adjust their power and zoom! (...And a certain yet unexplained feature of the LCD leads me to think there might be more to come.) This makes the 560-III all the more attractive: just procure a YN560-IV or a YN560-TX and control your setup remotely.
By R. W. Bolhuis
May 30, 2017
I purchased two of these units along with the YONGNUO YN560-TX Flash Transmitter unit and have found that these items work well when used alone or as part of a multi-flash setup. They appear to be well built, but I did find one minor flaw in one of the two units I bought. I discovered that some symbols on the LCD display of one unit do not appear at any time. I'm not sure I would have figured this out if I didn't have the other unit to use as a reference, although I may have been confused by items that were shown in the user guide that didn't show up on the display. The missing symbols don't appear to affect the performance of the flash and now that I know how all the settings work, I don't even think about it anymore. I feel the flash unit has plenty of different adjustments and I found that it is capable of creating a very powerful flash at the highest setting. I wonder a bit at how long it will last at that power setting, but I usually use it at a far less powerful setting... I also bought two of the "White Flash Diffuser for YONGNUO YN 560, 565, YN560 I II II & YN565EX" available here on Tomtop and found that they fit the flash just fine. The flash has a built in diffuser piece that slides out of the way when not in use and it has a white bounce panel that slides out for use when desired. These units ship with a nice case and a plastic foot that can be attached to allow the flash to stand up on a table or other flat surface. I should note that these flash units are "dumb" units in that the only information they understand from the camera is that the flash is required to fire. All of the settings on the flash are adjusted manually. I still believe this flash is an excellent value because a fully automatic flash is going to cost a lot more $'s. A note for those who are trying to get this flash to work with the YONGNUO YN560-TX Flash Transmitter: The important thing I needed to learn was that the transmitter has several different group settings and it broadcasts all of them, but it is the flash that chooses which group setting to use. You will need to pick the which group the flash will listen to using the settings on the flash unit itself. I have used these flashes in the mode where it is triggered by another flash and that works as expected. I have used both rechargeable batteries and standard Duracell AA batteries. I am quite happy with the number of flashes that were created with each set of batteries.
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