Any tips if I should stay with canon only or to give a chance to YN product?
Dec 18, 2011 21:07 as a reply to @ post 13547659 |
7D_Sniper wrote in post #13565729
I have 2 YN 565EXs and absolutely love them. Build quality is great IMO.
Thanks, I think I will give YN 565 a try
7D_Sniper wrote in post #13565855
Your welcome, it is a great flash especially for the price.
The price is amazing, if it performs great too it will be a win-win situation for sure
Joined Feb 2011
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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ultimachi wrote in post #13571137
My 565 performs great for me. I love it. I'm thinking of selling my 2 month old 580EXII to fund a couple more of these as I won't need the Master capabilities and HSS.
the nikon sb-28 is another low price option that works fantastic as well! i own one and use it either tethered or as a slave with an affordable SYK-3 Wireless Optical Slave Trigger for Hot Shoe Flash
Joined Nov 2008
Location: Marysville, WA
I also have 2 560's for about a year now. They have worked awesome and I've never had an issue at all! I highly recommend them. Now, I just need to get a 565 and I'm good to go!
The same can be said for canon products as well. Dealing with electronics there will always be a bad seed. I have read a few threads about the 580EX ll going bad in a short period. YN offers a 1 year warranty like every other company.
Jan 07, 2012 21:08 as a reply to @ 7D_Sniper's post |
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c2thew wrote in post #13665585
wrong thread buddy...
I am not your buddy...... and go first and read what me and others have talked about!
Joined May 2011
any review on YN-560II
Canon 600D | 17-55 f2.8 IS | 70-200 F4 IS | 18-135 f3.5-5.6 IS | 50 f1.8 II | 430EXII
Joined Jul 2009
Location: Northeast Georgia, U.S.
Looking at getting some 560s soon. Are there other brands or models that I should look at? I use external flash units exclusively off camera, and I shoot in manual, and control flash output manually. I never intend to use any kind of TTL, ETTL, etc.
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