This flash is just like its Canon/Nikon counterparts, but the cost is a third. There are no missing features here. Build quality is very good (i.e. metal hotshoe) The controls are not intuitive at all, and the handbook is not very useful. You really need to know how to operate a flash to use it properly. Once you know it, they are all the same and a ... Read more
I have to somehow thank Dealextreme and Yongnuo for making my expensive taste more possible with the very low income that I have! Anyway... this flash has all the features of any other expensive high end brand flashgun. It can fire without any radio controlled tranceivers but I recommend getting the YN-622C with this item. It is the most expensive thing ... Read more
High Speed Sync (HSS) supports high speed sync up to 1/8000s
It is possible to use the same flash as slave in Canon and Nikon environments with full support of TTL and high-speed sync. works perfectly with YN-622C radio trigger
Supports TTL functions: The YN568EX II supports HSS, FEC, FEB, Rear-curtain sync, FE lock, Modeling Light also through Canon ... Read more
-- Flash power is very good.
-- it support high sync. this mean if you are using it as fill flash you can you it with high open adapture at the sun light
-- it can use as master flash (none of yn have this properties)
-- ETTL working very good. you dont think any option of flash.
-- it work good with YN622. both ETTL and manuel mode. some people saying ... Read more
- Good build quality
- High Guide Number (68)
- eTTL works good with Canon
- high numer of exposures per batteries
- support NiMh Akkumulators Manual could be better, beside that I cannot see any cons..
Diffuser would be nice as add-on (can't find it at dx) Recommended also for beginners, easy to use with eTTL. I tried it as well with eTTL via 622C ... Read more
Good price, reasonable build quality, easy to use. I measured the output, both with a flash meter and by calculation on a correctly exposed subject, also by comparing the output to my Canon 580EX II, which has the same Guide Number of 58. The Guide number of this unit is 36, in favourable conditions ,at full zoom and full power. Or, to put it another ... Read more
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