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YONGNUO YN600EX-RT II Wireless Flash Speedlite with Optical Master and TTL HSS for Canon
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- Supports optical transmission and wireless radio transmission flash shooting, the YN600EX-RT II can used as master unit to control the flash mode, exposure compensation, flash ratio, number of stroboscopic and stroboscopic frequency.
- Supports wireless radio transmission flash shooting, cooperate with the YN600EX-RT(II),Canon 600EX-RT(II)/430EXIII,one YN600EX-RT II can used as set-top master unit or remote slave unit,totally 15 channels for option, realize TTL, manual flash and stroboscopic flash.
- In the optical transmission flash shooting, the YN600EX-RT II can be used as master unit to trigger the YONGNUO and Canon EX series flash (excluding the YN585EX),supports 4 channels, realize wireless TTL, manual flash and stroboscopic flash.
- One YN600EX-RT II can respectively receive the wireless signal of master unit YN600EX-RT II,YN568EX II,600EX(II)-RT,580EX II, C command and Canon 7D/60D/600D cameras built-in flash wireless signal, realize wireless TTL, manual flash and stroboscopic flash.
- YN600EX-RT II as professional creative high guide number speedlite, supports TTL/M/Multi flash and can realize TTL, manual flash, the highest shutter synchronous speed is up to 1/8000.
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The upgraded version YN600EX-RT II, compared with the first version, the only difference is it supports Canon optical transmission wireless master flash function.The YN600EX-RT II equipped with USB interface, supports firmware upgrade, you can download the upgrade firmware through the Yongnuo official website to upgrade the flash.
The YN600EX-RT II Supports auto and manual zooming, the flash coverage can be changed between AUTO, 20~200mm.
The YN600EX-RT II can be triggered by the camera set-top, PC synchronous trigger, wireless optical/radio remote trigger.
It just take 2 seconds at full output. Even if not use the brand new batteries, it just takes 3~4 seconds ultra-fast time to recycle; Besides, you can also use the external power supply to meet your higher requirement.
Compatible with :
1), Hot shoe TTL mode: Canon 1Dx, 1Ds series, 1D series, 5DIV 5DIII, 5DII, 5D, 7D, 7DII, 80D, 70D, 60D, 50D, 40D, 30D, 20D,750D,700D, 650D/T4i, 600D/T3i, 550D/T2i, 500D/T1i, 450D/Xsi, 400D/Xti, 350D, 100D, 1100D, 1000D, 1200D
2), Wirelss TTL Slave mode: Canon 5DIII 7D 60D 700D 650D 600D, Yongnuo ST-E2, Canon 580EX II
3), Master Mode, It can trigger these flash:YONGNUO: YN600EX-RT YN685C YN568EX II, YN568EX, YN565EX, YN500EX, YN560EX, YN510EX Canon: 600EX-RT, 580EX II, 580EX, 430EX II
1 X Flash Speedlite YN600EX-RT II
1 X Protector bag
1 X Mini stand
1 X Manual in English & Chinese
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This is the second iteration of the YN600EX-RT, and is therefore the equivalent to Canon's second iteration of their 600EX-RT (which is the 600EX II-RT).
I'm an amateur experimenting with flash photography and got a single 600EX II-RT to start. I quickly moved to off-camera flash. Optical control using my Canon EOS 80D as a master worked fine, but I really wanted the on-camera TTL control of all the flash settings, which requires radio. I couldn't afford to buy another Canon 600EX II-RT at their price point and I'd seen Yongnuo flashes everywhere, even among well-known professionals, so I decided to check them out. I almost bought the YN600EX-RT but thankfully thought to just check their official website to see if they had an update to match Canon's update, and sure enough they did - this YN600EX-RT II!
Being so much cheaper than the Canons (1 Canon = 4 Yongnuo), I decided to buy two to use as radio off-camera slaves and use my Canon as a radio master. They all work wonderfully (Canon master, Yongnuo slaves).
As expected and as others mentioned for other Yongnuo models, build quality isn't quite on par with Canon. There's no push-button release for rotating or angling the flash head; rather, you simply have to apply enough force to overcome the notches. The amount of force required makes you second-guess yourself at first, wondering if you're about to break something. Given this design, it makes sense to find some kind of grease between the body and flash head. It's not excessive and leaking all over things, but I did notice it was there you might be able to swipe some off the edges with your fingers. Overall build quality is fine though. Not tanks, but not overly cheap either. Quick list:
- No push-button release for rotating and angling of flash head; requires a lot of force to turn
- Set button in center of selection wheel rotates with the wheel (so "Set" can be upside-down, etc.)
- Flashes arrived at maximum LCD contrast; clearing settings and resetting to default actually sets medium contrast which is pretty weak/hard to see and might make you wonder if your screen just "broke" during your reset.. it didn't, just go bump the contrast all the way back up.
Again I'm no professional, but overall I think these are great especially considering four of them can be had for the price of a single Canon 600EX II-RT. Unless these all fail very soon, this definitely seems to be the way to go unless your pockets are just overflowing with cash. So thanks, Yongnuo!
The various official steps for updating the firmware seemed inaccurate to me. The first comment on this review contains steps that worked. I updated my firmware on two flashes from 1.10 to 1.12 (downloaded from YONGNUO's official website; unable to navigate via the site, I instead found the official product page via Google search and the firmware link is at the bottom of that page).
Also, the flash shares the same issue with the original Canons: the built-in diffuser and bounce card are hard to get out. My friend echoed this with his diffuser-already-broken Canon 600EX-RT, and I'm seeing the same issue with this Yongnuo.
Finally, it does not ship with a clip-on diffuser, which I sorely miss from using Nikon SB-900s. I'm not sure if it's compatible with diffusers built for OEM Canon, but knowing Yongnuo I'd assume so.
Other than that, it works fine. HSS works, zoom communicates fine, recycle time is as advertised.
Reliable wireless system when using Yongnuo triggers
Works as well as expensive, first party flash units
Doesn't play well with Pocketwizards/Cactus V6 wireless triggers
Build quality could be better
Easy to overheat when using an external battery pack
I currently own 3 of these flashes, having owned 5 over the years with 2 being broken by falling off a stand or being dropped.
These flashes are finicky when used with triggers not made by Yongnuo. Just this past weekend I was using one of these lights with my Cactus V6s and Alien Bees at a wedding and the flash refused to fire out of the blue when triggered by the Cactus triggers. Turning the flash off and on again generally fixes these sorts of issues, but this time I had to restore the flash to factory settings before it would trigger again. My Alien Bees continued to fire reliably while the speedlight just decided it was break time.
That said, I have had zero issue getting these flashes to fire remotely with Yonguno's triggers
As for build quality, I've broken 2 of these flashes in the space of year by having them fall off a stand or get dropped. You NEED to handle them carefully. Dropping one from standing height could easily break it. That said, they're still tough enough. I don't care how much your flash costs, dropping it the wrong way will probably break it.
Really, my only build quality complaint is the rubber gasket that reinforces the locking mechanism falls off constantly and is required to ensure the flash is locked down tight to stands and cameras. I'm sure some glue would fix it, but that's assuming you can find the gasket once it falls off on the dance floor.
Finally, you will overheat these flashes quickly if firing at anything more than 1/8th power while using a battery pack. Without a battery pack, TTL mode also tends to overheat them when used for extended periods. This is mainly due to the pre-flash and generally high output that TTL typically delivers in dark environments.
Basically, if you need a lot of light, you'll get about 30 or so minutes of shooting before the flash starts warning you with overheating indicators. It's not uncommon for speedlights to overheat, especially more powerful ones like this unit. But it'd be nice if it had a mode that slowed the recycle times down a bit when getting close to overheating so you can keep shooting without the flash shutting itself down as quickly.
Overall I'd recommend these flashes to anyone who needs a speedlight and is willing to buy into Yonguno's trigger system. For the money, it's tough to beat them unless you go with a company like Godox.