I have a brand new, tested-only, Yongnuo YN565EX flash for sale. I accidentally bought 2 of these on Ebay a few weeks ago (submitted an offer for one, then a day later I purchased "Buy-it-now". But apparently they were two separate copies and my offer got accepted too a few hours later so I got stuck with 2.)
Since I've been asked whether it was version I or II, it is Version I. However, differences between the I and II are minimal (unlike e.g. a Canon EX vs EX II). This is from FlashHavoc: "The MK II version being only a small update on the original and still very popular YN-565EX." "What has changed is an updated LCD screen layout, with what appears to be a larger clearer numbers. Though at the expense of the flash distance scale, which now appears to have been left out."
I've been using the other one and it's a great flash so far. It is very similar to Canon's 580 EX II. GN58, it can be a wireless slave for Canon systems, etc.
Some background info: I am using a weird system for my real estate shots: Sony A7R, Canon 16-35 f/ IS via Metabones IV adapter, off-camera flashes controlled by a Yongnuo YN622C-TX (that's for Canon cameras) plus YN622C receivers. In this configuration I was unable to manually remotely control output on my older Canon 430EX flashes using the Sony A7R, so I needed either Canon's II gen EX flashes or Yongnuo's.
Anyway long story short, I have 1 extra Yongnuo for sale.
I will have a couple of older Canon 430EX units for sale as well, posted soon.
Condition: 9.9/10 like new, used only for a few test shots testing the new system.
Comes with: flash, padded case, stand, box, manual.
Price: $68.00 shipped, PP'd
Feedback: excellent feedback here through the years, several dozen transactions. Also on Ebay (totalkar)