New Yongnuo YN-560 IV Flash Speedlite for Canon Nikon Pentax Olympus DSLR Cameras

$31.99

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  • Supports Wireless Master Function
  • Supports Wireless Slave Function
  • fully supports YN560-TX,RF-603(I/II),RF-602
  • Multiple Trigger Synchronous Mode Supported

Brands:

EACHSHOT

Product Code:

B00PIIRO1C

Availability:

In Stock

Functions:
*Supports Wireless Master Function
*Supports Wireless Slave Function, fully supports YN560-TX,RF-603 I/II,RF-602 Wireless transmitter
*Multiple Trigger Synchronous Mode Supported
*Settings Save Automatically, Supports Custom Settings (Fn)
*GN58 @ ISO100,105mm
*Sound Prompting System
*Support Electric Zooming Function
*Ultrafast Charging Recycle System, Supports External Power Supply
*Equipped with Big Size LCD Display Screen, Standard PC Synchronous Interface

Suitable for:
Canon EOS 5D,5D25D Mark II, 1Ds Mark [ IV / III / II / I ], 1D Mark [ III / II N/ II / I],7D, 60D ,50D, 40D, 30D, 600D, 550D, 500D, 450D, 400D, 350D ,300D,1100D,1000D 650D 5D2 5D Mark III 6D
Nikon D3s, D3x, D3, D700, D300s, D300, D200, D100, D90, D80, D70s,D7100, D7000, D5100, D5000, D3100, D3000, D60, D40X D800, D600
Olympus E5, E3, E30, E300, E620, E520, E420, E450, E-P2, E-PL2, E-PL1
Panasonic G10GK, GH2GK, GH1GK, G2GK, G1GK, GF2GK, GF1GK
Pentax K-7, K-x, K-m, K20D, K10D, K200D, K100D
Fujifilm camera with standard hot shoes

Package includes:
1 x YN-560 IV
1 x Mini Stand
1 x Protecting bag
1 x Manual
1 x Original Box


Product information Product Dimensions 9.96 x 6.1 x 7.87 inches Item Weight 3.75 pounds ASIN B00PIIRO1C Item model number YONGNUO YN-560 IV

Hard to say anything bad about a product that is significantly cheaper than the name brand, but performs without fail. This is the 4th Yongnuo flash I have bought and they keep getting better and better for the same cost. Yes they may be made a little cheaper than the name brand, but I haven't seen any huge issues with quality. Will definitely add to my collection of these as I need them.

It only took a few seconds of scanning the controls to get this up and running. It works very well on my Canon 70D. I plan to buy at least one more to add as a remote unite.

Yongnuo flashes are just fine. This one makes the 4th YN-560 IV I own now

So far they seem to be very reliable. I've used them on a couple of jobs and they have worked flawlessly. Time will tell if these were a good investment.

Great flash! Build quality is more than good enough, battery life is good and it works perfectly. When paired with the YN560-TX controller, it's the best bang-for-the-buck flash system on the market. Cycle times are fine, battery life is good, wireless is great with the remote controller (I think beginners would find it much easier than faffing with separate triggers). With some cheap modifiers you've got yourself a great mini setup for portraits, events etc.

My only minor frustration is if the flashgun is in wireless mode, it won't fire from the hotshoe, so you have to remember to switch it between modes when going from off-camera to on-camera flash. Tiny little niggle, but can't see why it doesn't just respond to the hotshoe in all modes, to be honest.

Only after a few hours of use , this gun died. It would not fire though it did keep receiving firing requests

Very annoying as I had a shoot that required 3 guns.

My 2 exisitng guns that Ive had for a few years are still going strong.
Im hoping its just a one off . However I did notice the build quality wasnt as good as my older 560 guns.

Im been able to return to amazon and bought a gun from another supplier.

It’s not a canon but you do know what? It does the job, needed it last minute for an event and was great.

It’s manual but that’s fine especially if you do product like photography or have time to test exposures etc

I would recommend highly considering the price point, you get what you pay for but I don’t thinking spending £200+ for a Canon is worth it in all honesty

Fantastic flash gun for the money. Relatively minor quibbles with it. The on/off button has to be pressed and held for a few seconds to turn it either on or off...I guess this prevents accidentally turning it on in a bag but I wish it just immediately turned on or off on pressing the power button.
Update May 2016: Just after a year of light intermittent use I've had two of these units malfunction whereby they fire on full power only with no repsonse to adjusting the power output. Hence they become very hot in use at this full power setting and one of them has ultimately fail to turn on at all after it gave off a burning smell.
Update Dec 2017: My third of these died. I have 3 of the YN560III's and had no problem with those but these IVs just seem to be of inferior quality, at least in terms of durability. They were good while they lasted...which wasn't really very long and I only lightly used them. They would probably have stopped working much sooner if I was regularly using them.

Original one lasted 11 months: during which time it was extensively used, and worked very well indeed. I really liked it's wireless trigger function to an older Yongnuo YN-560 III as slave. As I tend to rely on the wireless function, and buying a pair of Nikon Speedlights with similar functions would be £470, I have just bought two more YN-560 IVs. One arrived faulty - battery low shutoff occurred after just one or two low power flashes even with twice putting in new Energiser batteries. Other works well - so far at least. Am exchanging faulty one. Curiously I have two much older Yongnuos which are still working perfectly.

After buying this from Amazon and it not being delivered I bought from another supplier. Flashes are amazing for the price. Easy adjustment of power, nice and loud on recharge and works well with my wireless triggers. Only thing that bothers me is a slight difference in power between multiple fast shots at lower output settings. Same photo, same settings on camera, low power on flash but there is a difference in lighting... Should expect something for the price I paid. Still great manual flashes.

Works great with the 560tx for fantastic off camera flash control. It does not have ttl or hss but at this price I have no complaints. I have 4 of these flashes and they all work great.

An additional for my existing Yongnou YN-560 IV speedlight - thinking of getting more to a total of 6 !

I have the much pricier canon 430 speedlite - my daughter and i did a comparison on shot and rightness and distance etc there was very little difference. Prefer the canon but flash on a budget, it's amazing.

Do not be fooled by the small price tag, this is a well made piece of kit that stands up well against other far more expensive speedlites.

Great speedlight with excellent build quality and adjustability. Very powerful, easily manageable and working beautifully in manual mode with my Fujifilm X-T1 and X-E1 cameras. It delivers natural colours and I can verify it works just fine with lenses ranging from 18mm to 55mm (APS-C sensor). Fantastic value for money. Highly recommended to Fujifilm X users.

Barely a day from receiving, non stop sound, mount shaking...a week later the flash is in pieces. Try a different seller, maybe, just maybe
LOST MY MONEY

Great addition to my photography kit

Cracking product at a great price, I would highly recommend to all

I bought this and the YN560-TX wireless flash controller at the same time. It's simple to use on its own or in conjunction with the controller. The absence of TTL metering is not a problem for me as I would only ever use it on manual anyway. A great product at a great prize. I will be buying more units when the need arises.