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Kingzer YN560-TX Wireless Flash Controller and Commander for YN-560III YN-560TX YN560TX Speedlite Canon DSLR Cameras
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Adjust flash function though the controller directly.
Wireless triggering function.
Set group, up to 6 groups.
Set the flash output and flash mode.
Modify multi flash frequency and count.
Modify zoom for each group.
Compatible with RF602 / RF603 / RF603 II.
Transmission Range: 100 Meters.
Support Wireless Shutter Receiver of RF603 / RF603 II.
Large and clear screen, user friendly interface.
Powered by two AA batteries. (not included)
Suit for Canon DSLR camera.
This controller only can directly use with YN-560III flash.
Other speedlite must work with RF602 or RF603 or RF603 II receiver.
Type: Wireless controller
Flash mode: M / Multi
Group control: A / B / C / D / E / F
Zoom range: 24-105mm
Shutter interface: 2.5mm
Battery: 2 * AA batteries (not included)
Item size: Approx. 9.1 * 7 * 4.3cm / 3.6 * 2.8 * 1.7in
Item weight: 97g / 3.42oz
Package size: 10.8 * 8.5 * 6.1cm / 4.2 * 3.3 * 2.4in
Package weight: 140g / 4.92oz
1 * Wireless Controller
1 * User Manual (English & Chinese)
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One last thing as far as pairing this unit up with your flashes it can be a little confusing so I will break it down for you in a few easy steps. 1: Turn both the TX control unit and flash units on.
2: on the TX control unit hold down the zoom/ch and Hz/Fn at the same time. The screen will display A C T or something to that nature and the flash unit will have a blue light.
3: on the flash unit press the OK button located in between the up, down, left, right buttons making sure the light remains blue. Hold down the GRP and CH button at the same time( that's the 2nd and third button on top). Your group icon will start flashing on the LCD screen of the flash unit. Designate the desired group to that flash by pressing the up or down button on the flash and accept by pressing the OK button in the center of the up, down, left, right, buttons. (Step 3 deals only with the flash unit and not the TX control unit).
That's it. It should now be paired.
Some shots have one flash behind me, one in a room to the left, to the right, up the stairs and in the far kitchen. Before, if any of the flashes were off, I'd have to walk to each one and change it by hand. Not anymore! I bought a second one of these as a backup just because of how incredibly functional it is. If you're having trouble pairing your YN560 IVs with the TX, I have a review/setup on Youtube you can find entitled, "Yongnuo YN560-TX Flash Remote Control Transmitter Setup Tutorial / Early Review ".
The photo included has two YN560-IVs and a YN560-TX. One flash behind me and one out the window to the right. Before the TX, I would have had to walk outside multiple times if the power was off.
So far I haven't really done a through run of the thing but from my early setup and testing it works flawlessly. I saw some other folks post some videos of how to connect it to your flashes which made it easy as can be. Simple turn on the flashes and the YN560 TX, put them on the same channel, put the flashes on the "- -" setting, push the 2 buttons on the TX, press the "ok" button the flashes and your good to go. Obviously there’s a few more steps but it was pretty much that easy.
Now that I have the means to adjust my flash power and zoom without going back and forth between stand and camera, I can definitely start doing some more serious lighting with my 560 III. I plan on getting a couple more 560 III to go along with this thing so I can really use them on the go versus lugging those big old' strobes. Now if you do have some strobes/monolights, you can obviously only trigger them with this, so don't buy it expecting to control your lights power from this, but an actually commander. This only controls the power and zoom of the 560 III so far, maybe it will work with the new Yongnuo's equivalent to the Canon 600 down the line.
Overall, rock solid product that I highly recommend because of the cost, convenience and so far, the performance. I don't think you can get this anywhere else, where you can by a trigger plus a couple lights and only end up spending under 2 to 3 hundred bucks.
Great Job Yongnuo...keep the great affordable products coming!!!
I also have the Yongnuo YN560-TX which triggers the same strobes. Those do not allow you to make any adjustments to the strobes, but are considerably smaller. Since the Yongnuo YN560-TX flash commander can make all the flash adjustments even if it's not mounted on your camera, I find it useful to make the adjustments using the YN560-TX which I can keep in my pocket and put the RF-603 II on the camera to do the actual triggering when I want to keep the camera streamlined.
The Yongnuo YN560-TX uses two AA batteries. I'd give it five stars if it came with a padded protective case. It does not come with the shoe-mount stand that it's pictured on.