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Yongnuo YN560-TX Trigger - Wireless flash controller for DSLR Canon cameras
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- 1.YN560-TX, Manual Flash Controller, made specially for Yongnuo YN-560 III.
- 2.If you want to use it with our other Yongnuo flash speedlite, you just need the transceiver of Yongnuo RF-602, RF-603, RF-603 II, because YN560-TX has built-in wireless trigger system.
- 3.You can use it not only as flash controller function, but aslo use it as remote control function.
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Yongnuo YN560-TX Wireless Flash Controller for DSLR Camera Canon 60D 70D LF466Main function:
FSK 2.4G wireless controller
M / Multi Two mode
Remote Control of Flash output and Zoom per group, up to 6 groups, A/B/C/D/E/F
Zoom range: 24-105m
Shutter Interface: 2.5mm shutter interface
Compatible with YN-560 III, RF-602, RF-603, RF-603 II
Large and Clear Screen, user friendly interface
100 meters transmission Range
Battery Type: AA*2
Stand-by time: 120hours
1. Wireless Triggering Function
a. If you use it with YN-560 III, you need to activate the group function of YN-560 III with YN560-TX before you use them together, (more detailed, please read our manual.)
b. If you use it with other Yongnuo flash, like YN-560 II, YN-565EX, YN-568EX (Manual mode ), you need a transceiver of Yongnuo RF-602, RF-603, RF-603 III.
2. Wireless Shutter Receiver Function
You can mount YN560-TX into Camera, use shutter release cable (LS-2.5mm Series ) to connect it with your camera, and set RF-602, RF-603, RF-603 II in " transceiver " state, and then you can shutter release your camera
and you can also mount one flash into the hot shoe of flash transceiver, it also can be triggered synchronously.
Yongnuo YN-560 III made after January of 2013 year
Yongnuo RF-602 transmitter, RF-603, RF-603 II transceiver
Yongnuo YN-560 II, YN-468 II, YN-565EX, YN-568EX in manual mode ( You need to use RF-602, RF-603, RF-603 II together )
ALL Canon DSLR Camera.
1 x YN560-TX Flash Controller
1 x Manual in English and Chinese
1 x Original box
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I am extremely glad I took the punt on this controller and the YN-560 IV speedlites. Once opened, I had the flashes and controller working together with no issues in minutes (You Tube has plenty of 'set up' videos if needed). Once mounted to the camera hot shoe it is just so easy to change the power of the flash and zoom. Flashes can be entered into groups - so you can individually control each speedlite from your camera to get the exact exposure you want.
The only slight issue I have is the size of the unit, it is a bit big on my Canon D100 (very small DSLR) but the upside is a large LCD and buttons usable by human fingers.
If you are experienced then this review will mean nothing to you. However, if like me, you are new to the world of strobes and just want to dip your toe in the water without spending huge amounts of money or investing a lot of time learning which flash works with what controller then I would say go for it. Just remember this is a manual flash controller so it does not use your camera's metering... personally I prefer the trial and error approach anyway.
The YN560-TX coupled with the Yongnuo YN560 mk3 guns are the perfect match. The really great bonus is that the YN560 III guns are less expensive than just buying triggers and can all be collectively or individually controlled from the controller sitting on the camera thereby eliminating walking around all your flash guns setting them up. No TTL but that wasn't important to me.
All in all the Yongnuo system is brilliant. Very easy to set up, works perfectly and extremely good value for money.
Obviously it's a huge time-saver being able to tweak flash settings (not just power, but zoom as well) without leaving my shooting position, but it also reduces distractions and potential for physical mishaps.
The controller takes regular AA batteries, is very intuitive to use (once the flash have been assigned to groups) and locks securely onto the camera's hotshoe. At the price I paid (less than £35) it really is a no-brainer.
I attach it to my camera, and it has a unique locking system that you twist to the side instead of screw on.
You can control 3 groups of flashes. You can set the zoom, and the power of each flash. There are other channels you can select.
The user interface is simple and easy to use: a physical switch for on and off, a test button to make sure the flashes are firing and then a small D-Pad for controlling things like the power/zoom setting of a particular group.
It's quite fun to change the zoom on the controller and hear the flash instantly respond.
I bought these to go with 2 of the Yongnuo YN-560 IV flash guns. All 3 work perfectly together.
In short, if you are flirting with the idea of flash photography, then this trigger and two YN-560 flash guns are an excellent option to start with.
I found the unit very easy to set up using the little instruction sheet, and navigation through the menus is smooth and intuitive. Yongnuo are really making life difficult for rip-off camera manufacturers selling their branded flash systems at inflated prices – and that is good for all of us.
At £30 it is an absolute steal, and turns a YN-560iii setup into a very versatile and complete system.
This is where this controller becomes a lifesaver! I can now group all my speedlites, and control all their settings independently from the camera without having to visit each one individually and mess with the buttons on the back. It saves so much time (and sanity) when setting up intricate lighting, it more than pays for itself. Highly recommended!
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