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YN-560 III with Built In RF-602 / RF-603 Radio Receivers!

 
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Feb 21, 2013 22:34 |  #61

Rewind wrote in post #15638116 (external link)
Sorry to pester. Was it

http://stores.ebay.com​/hkyongnuophotoequipme​nt (external link)

or

http://stores.ebay.ca/​yongnuostore (external link)

I'm confused as to which is the real store. I was looking to get a YN560III, and an RF-603 C1, and the second store has sold way more 603s, but it doesn't appear to be the official store.

The real store is http://stores.ebay.com​/hkyongnuophotoequipme​nt (external link).

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Feb 21, 2013 22:36 |  #62

Go here

http://www.yongnuostor​e.com (external link)

THis is there actual store front that I order everything through. When you add to cart and go to check out it will direct you to

http://www.eachshot.co​m (external link)

To actually checkout. This is how I've ordered all of the stuff I've gotten of Yongnuo. Takes about 8-10 days to arrive.

I have 4 of these flashes and all work flawlessly with the 602 trigger ive had since it was released and the 603 transceiver i have . I will set the flashes up and use the 602 transmitter in my camera hot shoe, and then use a 603 transceiver set to trigger the camera in turn setting off the flashes. I use it for catching explosions and people shooting weapons , all kinds of stuff.I travel a lot for work and when I travel I tend to leave my more expensive Canon flashes at home and travel with these. They work great.


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Feb 22, 2013 00:16 |  #63

110yd wrote in post #15638415 (external link)
The real store is http://stores.ebay.com​/hkyongnuophotoequipme​nt (external link).

Regards,

110yd

Thanks! Found the post earlier that linked to the official website, with all the official links as well.


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Feb 22, 2013 01:09 |  #64

I've had a couple of these for about 2 weeks (also purchase some RF-603's to replace my worthless cactus v4's). The flashes are great, they work with out any problems including the wireless triggering. I guess you could say the zoom motor is a little noisy, but that never bothered me. The 603's I think are working great as well, and I am loving the remote camera trigger (something I thought I would rarely be using, I now use all the time).

I purchased from youngnuostore.com (until about 10mins ago after reading this thread I thought they were the official store...oops). It took about 3 weeks to receive, which is a while, but it was in keeping with they listed as their estimated shipping times (I spent an $4 to be able to track my order which came fedex once in the states).


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Feb 22, 2013 22:29 as a reply to  @ SilverJester's post |  #65

yongnuostore.com reports out of stock. shipping in early march.
After having mine less than a week I'm ordering another. Its got way more power than my 430ii
I mean, for $86 delivered why not?




  
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Feb 23, 2013 07:27 |  #66

FAST_Marine wrote in post #15638421 (external link)
Go here
http://www.yongnuostor​e.com (external link)
THis is there actual store front that I order everything through. When you add to cart and go to check out it will direct you to
http://www.eachshot.co​m (external link)

Not so fast, there.

As 110yds said, that is not the manufacturer's store. The hkyongnuophotoequipmen​t link is their official store. YN have a disclaimer on their website regarding support.

I do not like the deceit, but is seems to catch many unwary, as you say. They do seem to have genuine products and a reasonable service. Just not the store you think. The checkout link should alert you!


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Feb 23, 2013 08:29 |  #67

CliveyBoy wrote in post #15642963 (external link)
Not so fast, there.

As 110yds said, that is not the manufacturer's store. The hkyongnuophotoequipmen​t link is their official store. YN have a disclaimer on their website regarding support.

I do not like the deceit, but is seems to catch many unwary, as you say. They do seem to have genuine products and a reasonable service. Just not the store you think. The checkout link should alert you!

I guess I screwed up in ordering there then, but I will say ice ordered a ton of stuff through that site with out any problems what so ever.


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Feb 23, 2013 13:23 |  #68

Ordered a unit through eBay yesterday, and an RF603. Will post when they arrive in ~2 weeks.


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Feb 23, 2013 13:40 |  #69

Ordered two today and an RF 602. Estimated arrival, about a month. Let the wait begin.


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Feb 26, 2013 15:30 as a reply to  @ pinolero newbie's post |  #70

Question... Are any of you using this combination?
Canon 5D MK III + YN560 III + RF-603's ?
I tried everything including reading the manual (LOL) but unable to get the YN560III to fire. the setup works with my RF602, perfectly, and yes I'm switching the "602-603" switch to the appropriate number. I've also tried snyncing other channel numbers but no luck. Any thoughts?


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Mar 02, 2013 00:45 |  #71

CliveyBoy wrote in post #15642963 (external link)
Not so fast, there.

As 110yds said, that is not the manufacturer's store. The hkyongnuophotoequipmen​t link is their official store. YN have a disclaimer on their website regarding support.

I do not like the deceit, but is seems to catch many unwary, as you say. They do seem to have genuine products and a reasonable service. Just not the store you think. The checkout link should alert you!

It took me a while to figure out that they use EBAY for their official site. However a Chinese company copying a Chinese company brings a smile to my face. Ahh the irony...


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Mar 06, 2013 05:07 |  #72

well, the seller I purchased from just told me they were never shipped and that they wont be able to be shipped until the middle of march...




  
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Mar 06, 2013 11:06 |  #73

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well, the seller I purchased from just told me they were never shipped and that they wont be able to be shipped until the middle of march...

That sucks. Where did you order from?


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Mar 06, 2013 11:19 |  #74

Looks like it's available on Amazon.

$150 shipped though.

http://www.amazon.com …r=8-1&keywords=yn-560+III (external link)


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Mar 06, 2013 11:33 |  #75

I ordered through the eBay store "yongnuo09"

Which I have come to realize is not actually yongnuo. I asked for my money back. And once I do I will probably order from the actual yongnuo store from eBay or the redirect site on yongnuos web page.




  
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