Yongnuo YN-560 Review – The Best Off-Camera Flash – CamCrunch

Yongnuo YN-560. Hands down, the best off-camera flash for beginners. Yongnuo YN-560: http://amzn.to/GNAd99 Demos: Low-Key Photography: http://youtu.be/pnOofo…
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  1. AV Stills

    What Yongnuo flash do you recommend for on and off camera flash. This would
    be my first flash. Thanks in advance!

  2. Anila Hair TV

    Im new to flash since its not ttl in manual on the camera will it flash
    every single time with the camera shutter? Thank you.

  3. Grace M. Stinson

    I’m very impressed with your bank of knowledge. You’re very articulate.
    Gives you credibility with what you are teaching. Good for you.

  4. Andrew Vu

    Appreciate all of your videos, dude!

    What camera are you using to film this video?

    Keep up the great work!

  5. Philipp Wüthrich

    What is the difference between:
    Yongnuo YN 560 II and
    Yongnuo YN 560 III ?

  6. Francisco Arredondo

    Do you know if there are any Yongnuo that will work with the 100X w/ TTL ?

  7. Markus Lajer Christensen

    I use the YN560 iii with the RF603 triggers. They work fantastik together.
    The next thing im going to buy, Will be the YN-568EX HSS and TTL flash.
    Only because i need the HSS for sports. 

  8. Steven Jason

    I have the yn560-ii and it’s awesome! I’ve never had a problem with it and
    it was like $60 on amazon, would defiantly recommend it 

  9. Bruce Bachand

    Great video… BTW; you spelled REVIEW incorrectly in the name for the
    video ;)

  10. TheTrueClassChannel

    Just got this flash today, is it just an off camera flash? Can I use it on
    camera? (Canon T4i)

  11. Pisit Sinwal

    Another useful video…. What camera do you use to film this video…..?

  12. David Faulkner

    Hi Nico,

    Quick question, would I only need a single RF603 trigger if I want to
    operate the YN-560 III for off-camera flash photography? I am considering
    buying the YN-560 III and I understand there is a built-in receiver,
    correct me if I am wrong. Only thing is, the triggers usually come in a
    pair and I would only need one?

    Thanks for the review as well. :)

  13. takeme2urmac

    I was looking into getting the Yongnuo 560 III because I have the RF-603N
    triggers. Do you prefer the 560 or 560 III?