Neewer TT560 Flash Speedlite for Canon Nikon Sony Panasonic Olympus Fujifilm Pentax Sigma Minolta Leica and Other SLR Digital SLR Film SLR Cameras and Digital Cameras with single-contact Hot Shoe
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- Vertical Rotation Angle: 0~90 degrees, Horizontal Rotation Angle: 0~270 degrees
- Compatible with Canon Digital EOS and Nikon DSLR cameras
- Power Management: Switch to the ON, the flash will start charging (the charging indicator is dim).
- For a test flash, press the test button. After use, press the ON/OFF to OFF to power off.
- Red charging indicator lamp flickers in every 1s; it indicates low battery.
- The flash unit has 8 steps of power output control which indicated by 8 pieces of LED.
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Neewer TT560 Flash Speedlite for Canon Nikon Sony Panasonic Olympus Fujifilm Pentax Sigma Minolta Leica and Other SLR Digital SLR Film SLR Cameras and Digital Cameras
The TT560 speedlite flash is compatible with Canon Nikon Sony Panasonic Olympus Fujifilm Pentax Sigma Minolta Leica and Other SLR Digital SLR Film SLR
Power Management: Switch to the ON position, and the flash will start charging (the charging indicator is dim). After several seconds, the charging indicator turns red and TT560 is then ready to shoot. For a test flash, simply press the test button. If the red charging indicator lamp flickers, it indicates low battery. In such case, the power will turn off automatically and you need to replace the batteries. After use, turn power switch to OFF position. Power Control: The flash unit has 8 steps of power output control which indicated by 8 pieces of LED lamp for different level. Press "+" and "-" to raise and lower power: 1/128,1/64,1/32,1/16,1/8,1/4,1/2,1/1
- Guide Number:38 ( ISO 100 )
- Flash Mode: M, S1, S2
- Vertical Rotation Angle :0~90 degrees
- Horizontal Rotation Angle: 0~270 degrees
- Power: 4xAAsize batteries ( Alkaline or Ni-MH are usable )
- Light Quantity Output Control :with 1/8 - stop increment
- Color Temperature: 5600K
- Flash Duration :1/300s~1/20000s
- Dimensions :190*75*55mm
- Net Weight :286g
In M Mode, you can set TT560 onto your camera hot shoe or speedlite trigger hot shoe to trigger the flash unit. When shooting, adjust the flash power and press the camera shutter, the flash light will flash under the camera synchronous signal.
S1 Mode is applicable for slave flash in order to create many lighting effects. It is respectively applicable for manual flash environment. When the flash is S1 mode, it will fire synchronously when the master flash fires, comparable with the effect by the use of radio trigger. S2 Mode is applicable for slave flash in order to create many lighting effects. It is respectively applicable for TTL flash environment. The flash unit won't flash synchronously with the first flash but the second flash from the master flash.
Safety Features And Information
For protection in continuous flashes, to prevent the flash head from getting too hot and damage, please do not flash over 20 times when in power lever 1/2,1/1. Please cool down the flash unit for at least 10 minutes. The over-temperature protection function will be activated if you continue to flash after 20 times. In this state the charging time will turn to 10-25s. Please cool down the flash unit around 10 minutes and it will turn to normal state.
When the inner circuit is over-heating, which indicates over use of the flash unit, the inner circuit will shut down power automatically. The flash unit will turn to normal state after the inner circuit is cooled down.
Top Customer Reviews
I must say, I didn't have high expectations for this flash. I checked some of the reviews and they were mixed, but reviews are a small part of the reason I make a purchase. The flash is pretty well built for the price range, and seems like it will last for a long time. The optical slave NEVER misses, and it's extremely sensitive even when it's turned in the opposite direction of the master flash. Even though I'm a professional Photographer...to me...Light is light no matter where it comes from. If your flash cost you $500...can I use this flash an create the same image?...You bet I can...How you use your equipment is more important than what equipment you have. Don't get me wrong though...more expensive pieces of equipment usually have more options and allow you certain freedoms, but ehhh...learn with the cheap stuff, and once you see your limits with this equipment...move on from there.
First of all (today is 9/11) my condolences to those who have lost loved ones as I did in the attacks)
It has been ALMOST 2 years since I've purchased 3 of these flashes, and they are still working PERFECTLY!!!
I'm not a fan of spending money on things that will breakdown in the future, and these flashes have been banged around and thrown all over the place yet they still continue to produce excellent light for my photography needs.
I usually use them for background, hair lights, and sometimes as a filler when it's needed and they have been great. The construction is solid, ease of use is key, optical slave is super sensitive and reliable.Read more ›
(1). comes with a built in bounce card and wide angle diffuser (you dont even need this with anything narrower than 18mm)
(2). 8 steps of manual control in 1/8th stop increments (1/128, 1/64, 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, and 1/1)
(3). has an auto overheat shutoff
(4). has a PC sync cord so it can be used with PC capable light meters and cameras.
(5). the controls are super simple, bright, and easy to see even at a glance
(6). rotates 270 degrees and tilts from 0 to 90 degrees
(7). it feels nice in the hand. heavy but not bulky or overweighted. doesn't feel cheap, the hot shoe locking screw is secure but not too tight. there's no rattling or any sort of movement that's unwanted. stays securely on your hot shoe.
(8). HAS A SLAVE MODE. the slave is super sensitive and fires every time if you give it time to recharge (.1s for 1/164 and 5s for 1/1) and it even has a "slave 2 mode" that will fire only once your master and 1st slave have fired.
(9). CHEAP AS HELL
now for the negatives
(1). tilting the head from the horizontal to vertical position works like it should and clicks into the designated 45, 60, and 75 degree positions without a problem but when tilting it back from vertical to horizontally seems to get caught on something and takes more force and makes a different sound than the clicking that it should when changing the angle.
(2). the battery chamber has a problem. some brands of AA batteries work fine but others dont meet the contacts like they should. i tested the batteries and made sure they weren't just dead but there's just a problem with the way that batteries fit in the compartment.Read more ›
Well, in August 2011, the TT560 went from $60 to the $40-range and many who noticed the price drop, flocked to Amazon to purchase this flash.
While the photos and video of this flash have shown pretty positive photos from our Asian counterparts, their reviews were positive because it gave quite a bang for the buck and it was easily accessible.
So, let's take a look at the TT560 Neewer (Godox) Speedlite.
I. UNBOXING AND SETUP
The TT560, similar to Yongnuo's YN-560 comes in a black pouch, stand and instructions.
Comparisons can be made in look of the TT560 as it has a reflection board and built-in wide panel, optical control sensor, lock ring and hot shoe stand. The hotshoe stand is plastic and takes 4 double AA batteries (which I used four Eneloops).
On the back, you will notice that it has an output level indicator, mode select (M=manual, S1, S2), Charging Indicator, Test button and Power Switch. It is important to note that this flash does not come with a Zoom for the flash.
The indicator are in blue LED's while the power is the red LED dot.
POWER SAVING FUNCTION: The flash does come with a power-saving function which will go into standby mode in about 30 minutes of idle use. Press any button to wake it up.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This came in with the newer flash diffuser for Canon and it works beautifully with it. I just got and can already see the difference in my pictures. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Guadalupe Arroyo
Used this flash for 2 occasions and it exploted internally after some use. This is not worth your money, buy something that actually is safe and worksPublished 2 days ago by David
I wanted a second hot shoe flash that i can set up as a photo slave. I never use ttl flash anyway and if I use my Canon Speedlite, I always use it in manual mode... Read morePublished 2 days ago by The Suburban Hippie Experimentalist
Easy to set up . And the nikkon d3300 will adapt to it really well. Works really good and at reasonable price. Read morePublished 7 days ago by priscilla lopez
For the price, this thing is incredibly. I'm admittedly a pretty amateur photographer, so for me it was a huge step up to go from my Nikon D5100's built-in flash to a speedlite. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Possum