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Yongnuo YN-560 II Speedlight Flash for Canon and Nikon. GN58.

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  • GN58 @ ISO100, 105mm
  • Large LCD panel, you can look into and set the functions on the LCD panel clearly and directly.
  • YN 560II the new benchmark in the industry of high-end manual flash
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Product Description

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LARGE LCD PANEL
Large LCD panel, you can look into and set the functions on the LCD panel clearly.

MULTI FLASH SUPPORTED
YN560-II is the first manual speedlite supports Multi flash.

GN58 @ ISO100, 105mm
YONGNUO new large guide number manual speedlite, supporting M/Multi modes.

POWER ZOOM FUNCTION
By pushing the zoom button on the speedlite, it can make the flash covered focal length range from 24 to 105mm.

THE HIGH SENSITIVITY WIRELESS TRIGGERING SENSOR
The high sensitivity wireless triggering sensor inherits from YN560, which makes the S1 and S2 mode can be used in outdoor environment and the wireless triggering distance is as long as 15m, as well as 25m indoors.

SOUND PROMPT SYSTEM
Turn on the sound prompt function, different sounds indicate working situations help you focus on shooting
(Note: the sound can be turned off).

PROVIDES CHARGING SOCKET FOR EXTERNAL POWER PACK
YN560-II provides charging socket for external power pack.

PC PORT SUPPORTED
YN560-II provides PC port you can make the flash synchronously by connecting to the PC port.

SUPER SPEED OF CHARGING RECYCLE
It only takes 3 seconds in charging after full power output. In addition, you can use the external power pack to accelerate the charging speed.

POWER SAVING MODE
In the power saving mode, the speedlite will get automatic shutdown sooner; in the non-saving mode, it will take a longer time before automatic shutdown.

THE AUTOMATIC SETTING SAVING
YN560-II can automatically save your current setting.

IMPROVED BUTTONS DESIGN
It is sensitivity and better feeling to control.

Metal Hot Shoe stand

Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 30.7 x 7.5 inches ; 12.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0079M711S
  • Item model number: YN560-II-INT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,244 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 15, 2012

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EDIT: A problem that I didn't experience at first - while the LCD screen is bright and easy to read in most situations (looking straight at it), I found out that it's not so easy to read from other angles. For example, if you put it on an umbrella swivel (for an umbrella, beauty dish, softbox, etc..) and have it angled it can be impossible to read. If tilted 90 degrees forward, it appears as if everything lights up on it (the LCD screen uses something similar to a digital alarm clock - so it looks like "1/188" which allows the "88" to light up certain parts to form different numbers. So it could be 1/1, 1/2.. 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/128) Again, the problem is that at odd angles (like 90 degrees forward) it appears as "1/188" instead of what the actual power is. On the other hand, tilting it 90 degrees backwards it will look blank.. so the viewing angle isn't great and creates some readability issues. Another example is if it's sitting lower to the ground and you're looking at it from a standing height it will appear blank. You need to bend down and look at a better angle to see the actual power. This could be considered a big downfall for some and does show that there is an advantage to the original YN560's LED system.
For comparison, the Canon 580EXII does have a similar issue but not nearly as bad. Tilting it 90 degrees forward it is still easily readable.

Over the last couple years, YONGNUO has made a name for themselves in the photography world. They've released some very nice, high quality alternatives to the "name brand" products out there as VERY nice prices. One of their better lines of items are their Speedlites (portable flashes).

I own and use many of their Speedlites - the YN460, YN460-II, YN465, YN560 and now the YN560II.
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Short and sweet.

Low price (Canon can kiss my butt)
It came
It works
It's durable
Simple to use
Work with my Canon 5d Mark iii
Works with my cheapo cowboy studios remote triggers
Nice case
Great recycle time
Works with rechargeable batteries

It's 8x cheaper than Canon...enough said!!
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I bought one unit to try it out, and it worked great. So I bought two more. They all work great, well built, reliable. If you configure it correctly per the manual it does not time out. Very happy with the units except last night I discovered an odd color when I was using two Yongnuos with my Elinchrom studio flash in a three flash setup. I lit a model with the key light being a Yongnuo through a softbox, the Elinchrom providing fill, and another snooted Yongnuo lighting the background.

The Elinchrom fill provided nice, vibrant color in the model's blonde hair. The Yongnuo key light created an odd, muted cast in her hair that was very muddy and unattractive. One half of her face looked great and the other half looked terrible. This is the first time I noticed it so I decided to do a color comparison between my six flashes (Two Canons, three Yongnuo's and a studio unit). I shot an Xrite colorchecker chart with each flash using the same exposure (measured by the histogram as the each unit's power output is slightly different). I then loaded the photograph in Photoshop and used the eyedropper tool to extract the RGB values of the white square for a very accurate, numerical comparison.

Interestingly enough, one of the Yongnuos provided a color balance that almost exactly matched my studio flash. The other two were SIGNIFICANTLY bluer which explains the muddy look in the model's hair on the Yongnuo side. The two Canon flashes (a 580 EX II and 430 EX II) were almost exactly the same with each other, and very slightly cooler than the Elinchrom. I attached a 1/4 CTO gel to the two very blue Yongnuos and remeasured. One of the two now almost exactly matches my two Canon's and the other is slightly warmer.
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EDIT: A problem that I didn't experience at first - while the LCD screen is bright and easy to read in most situations (looking straight at it), I found out that it's not so easy to read from other angles. For example, if you put it on an umbrella swivel (for an umbrella, beauty dish, softbox, etc..) and have it angled it can be impossible to read. If tilted 90 degrees forward, it appears as if everything lights up on it (the LCD screen uses something similar to a digital alarm clock - so it looks like "1/188" which allows the "88" to light up certain parts to form different numbers. So it could be 1/1, 1/2.. 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/128) Again, the problem is that at odd angles (like 90 degrees forward) it appears as "1/188" instead of what the actual power is. On the other hand, tilting it 90 degrees backwards it will look blank.. so the viewing angle isn't great and creates some readability issues. Another example is if it's sitting lower to the ground and you're looking at it from a standing height it will appear blank. You need to bend down and look at a better angle to see the actual power. This could be considered a big downfall for some and does show that there is an advantage to the original YN560's LED system.
For comparison, the Canon 580EXII does have a similar issue but not nearly as bad. Tilting it 90 degrees forward it is still easily readable.

Over the last couple years, YONGNUO has made a name for themselves in the photography world. They've released some very nice, high quality alternatives to the "name brand" products out there as VERY nice prices. One of their better lines of items are their Speedlites (portable flashes).

I own and use many of their Speedlites - the YN460, YN460-II, YN465, YN560 and now the YN560II.
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