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Neewer YN560 Speedlite Flash w/ Carrying Pouch Bag

by Neewer
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  • Sound Indicator: When the charging process is finished, the flash will give a tich sound, so you may concentrate on the creation process. ( The sound can be closed ).
  • New! YN-560 Flash Speedlite for Canon Nikon Pentax Olympus. New PC synchronous port: It's the 3.5mm standard PC port, you can use YN-560 with the flash trigger via the cable with 3.5mm port. For RF-602, you can use the RF-602 021 / 3.5mm cable, and so on....
  • New Power zoom function:You can push the button on the flash and make it covered focal length range from 24mm to 105mm.
  • Slave function ( S1, S2 mode): You just can use YN-460 and YN-460 II in indoor and at a very weak light, but for YN-560, you can use it in outdoor environment, and the wireless triggering distance is as around 15m.
  • New Charging socket for external power pack: You can charge this YN-560 to meet the higher demand for charging recycel, you can use SF-18 for Canon version and SF-17 for Canon version to charge it.

Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 590 g
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Sep 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

Product Description

*Guide number:58 at ISO100, 105MM.
*Super speed of charging recycle:It only takes 3 seconds in charging after full power output. Even without new batteries, you can get the super charging speed that it only needs 4-5 seconds, you can completely get rid of the nightmare of anxious waiting for charging,. In addition, you can use the external power pack to accelerate the charging speed once more.
*Supporting high speed continuous shooting:Under the ouput level of 1/8 or below, YN-560 can support the 8FPS high speed continuous shooting.
*The Improved power saving mode:In the power saving mode, the flash keep sidle for 3 minutes and then it will setp into the dormancy state in order to save power. and it will automatically shutdown aftger keeping idle for 15 minutes. If you disabled the power saving mode, the power saving indicator will be on, the flash won't step into the dormancy state aftger being stopped. It will be automatically shut down after 30 minutes.
*The more fine output control: The adjustment range of YN-560 output level is 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/128, there are 8 levels of putput and each level has 8 ine tuning stalls.
*The automatic setting saving:It can automatically save your current setting.
*Overheating protection
*Maually set the zooming position:The coverd focal length of the flash will switch in circel of 14 / 28 / 35 / 50 / 70 / 80 / 105mm by pressing the button.

Advanced Application:
1. Fine tuning the out put power
2. Multi-flash Lighting Application
3. Buttons are effective immediately
4. The use of external charging box
5. High-speed continuous shooting
6. Rear-curtain Sync
7. Reflection Flash
8. Using the built-in Bounce Card
9. Using the built-in Wide-angle Diffuse

This item is 100% Brand New. Never used. It comes with 3 Months Warranty by Seller.

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Really Mixed Bag 4 Mar 2011
I'm starting to get into strobist stuff so I bought this flash to use off-camera in conjunction with a Canon EOS 7D. Originally I had an EOS 40D and so bought a 580EX II as a master flash; having upgraded to a 7D with the built-in Speedlite Transmitter I now only need use the 580 as a master when I want functions that the 7D can't transmit via the wireless flash system. I therefore use the 580 off-camera as a key or fill.

With this YN560 I was hoping to find a low-priced generic manual flash that would be triggered by the 7D's Speedlite Transmitter, which I could use for a rim light, hair light, etc. The YN560 has two slave modes, S1 and S2: from what I can work out from the gibberish instructions, S1 is a "fire when you detect a flash" slave mode and S2 means "ignore TTL pre-flashes then fire".

S1 should be used when the master flash is in manual mode, and whenever it flashes the YN560 will flash too. S2 should be used when the master flash is using TTL (which fires a pre-flash to evaluate how much power is needed a fraction of a second before firing the flash that actually illuminates the scene).

The 7D (and now the 60D too) uses very rapid sequences of light from the built-in flash to control slave flash units. I was hoping that these commands would be ignored by the YN560 under slave mode 2. Unfortunately it doesn't ignore them; I think it ignores the very first flash then fires on the second one. The upshot of this is that IT FIRES BEFORE THE SHUTTER OPENS. I ran a number of tests in both slave modes, using either the 7D transmitter or the 580EX II in master mode, trying main flash disabled and enabled for each test. The YN560 fires but it is always too early and contributes NO LIGHT to the scene.
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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars  1 review
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Flash! 27 May 2011
By St. Patrick's Day Mommy - Published on Amazon.com
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Purchased this flash to use on my canon T1i camera that I received from my husband for Christmas. I do not have much experience with external flashes but so far I really like this flash, and it's easy to use. I have no complaints.
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