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Yongnuo YN568EX YN-568EX TTL High Speed 1/8000 Flash Speedlite for Canon
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- 1,Support HSS, the High Speed Sync, up to 1/8000 second
- 2,Hot shoe TTL for Canon
- 3,Flash Modes: ETTL / i-TTL, M, Multi Mode
- 4,Modeling Light
- 5,Auto and Manual Zooming Head 24 - 105mm
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|Package Height||3.31 x 3.86 x 8.35 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.97 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
+ Build quality feels very solid. While this lacks the release button for rotating the head side to side, the amount of resistance in all dimensions feels just about right. Vertically, there are solid clicks at 45, 60, 75, 90, and -7 (or so), and horizontal rotation has nice clicks every 30 degrees. The battery door flicks open smartly, and has a clever design that doesn't slide the contacts across the tops of the batteries.
+ Nice big display is easy to read
+ High speed sync! I've only tested it for a couple of shots, but it worked fine, up to my camera's max of 1/4000 sec. The recycle time was significantly longer for HSS shots, so you can tell the unit is working hard. This feature looks like the main functional advantage between this and the 565ex, so you have to ask yourself whether it's worth the price difference.Read more ›
1. The light has a very hot center with a slow and uneven fall off, making it useless for wide angle shots, or to be used as a flat fill light. Compared to the Canon 580EXii, the spread of light was extremely inferior. Anyone wanting to use this light to photograph large groups or take a picture of a medium sized room would have a very hot center and dark corners to their image.
2. The color temperature of the light emitting from the Youngnuo was jumping all over the place. While I don't expect a battery powered flash to be as exact as my Einsteins, these units had a 150degree shift in either direction (300 degree total variance) which is just not acceptable to someone using this flash professionally or for someone who is going to be taking several images in the same place and expecting the same white balance for each one.Read more ›
Before I go further in my review I should state that this is the first flash I have ever owned. For a solid 12 months I'd been researching into various external flashes to buy for my Canon 60D. Naturally I was inclined to pursue Canon flashes for the obvious integration functionality between their products. Holy Dina was I thrown off by the prices! This forced me to look into wallet-friendly alternatives. But non really drew me in like their Canon counterparts. It wasnt until Dec '12 that I stumbled upon reviews for a newish company out of China called Yongnuo. For some of the earlier models I was reading issues regarding quality control as some people had units with dying flash power within weeks and others who had units that were going strong after months of heavy use (wedding photos and such). These were all around the 460 series. Then when I got to the 560 series reviewers started singing a different tune, or rather the same tune. Reviews began getting more consistent. More and more people were getting satisfied and impressed with features that started getting loaded on the 565EX units. So I kept my eyes on this business because it was obvious they were gunning for the big dogs. It wasn't until I read more reviewers comparing the 565EX to Canons 580EX II. Comparisons happened earlier but I didn't take them seriously until the YN 565EX.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ive tested few of this settings and looks good so far. I plan to use it more in the summer than in winter.Published 9 months ago by T. Perry
Zoom head is a little loud compared to the Canon 430 EX II. Menu is a little confusing. Having to push multiple buttons to get into sub menu settings is sometimes difficult to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Matt
The battery compartment latch broke on both flashes. The latches broke after 3 battery changes. The flimsy plastic latch bracket is designed to fail. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Tim Parker
It's a nice flash. The little tabs that hold the battery door on broke right away and I had to order a new door. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ShelleyC
Cheap. It broke very fast, and cannot be fixed. You get what you pay for.Published 11 months ago by Sean P. Moran
Purchased 3 and battery door won't stay closed on 2 with very little use!Published 15 months ago by David Burton Ash