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About this product
- DescriptionThe Yongnuo Speedlite YN-565EX Shoe Mount Flash for Canon has the TTL functionality and is compatible with the Canon E-TTL and E-TTL II. This flash offers auto zooming in the range of 24 to 105 mm and a guide number of 58 m at ISO 100. Its wide-angle diffuser widens the lighting angle vertically and horizontally and in addition, it has a 0.3 sec recycling time. Featuring an LCD panel, this flash enables easy viewing of the settings.
- Guide Number58 m/ISO 100
- Lens Coverage24mm - 105mm
- Supported Exposure ControlTTL
- Compatible BrandCanon
- Width6 cm
- Height19 cm
- Depth7.8 cm
- Weight380 g
Most relevant reviews
- tereshkova2016Jul 26, 2016by
Очень хорошая вспышка
Эконом вариант. Бюджетная, но работает отлично. Для фотографа как профессионального, так и начинающего - самое то!
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- hewett65May 02, 2012by
Very creditable performance for the price so far
Physically similiar to the Canon 580 EXII, in function the YN565EX is more like the 430 EXII. Build quality is reasonable and the wireless connection using the EOS 600D was simplicity itself. This speedlite has no flash master capability but with the 600D and it's built in wireless master function I didn't require it. The output is reasonable. The recycle time is similiar to the 430. The only thing I'd change at this price point would be a Canon type lock instead of a thumbwheel for mounting foot. It doesn't get full marks simply because I haven't had the opportunity to use it as much as I'd hoped so I haven't explored all the possibilities yet. Having said that I don't have any complaints so far.
- lmc1606Jul 10, 2013by
Good value, lightweight and easy to use
Ideal as a first speedlight, especially for such a reasonable price - bought it to use indoors at a wedding without much prior experience using external flash. Fairly lightweight, one set of batteries lasted several hours, and easy to get to grips with quickly. It helped illuminate low light scenes consistently, not harshly, and the manual mode gave me control over the output which was ideal as the ambient light changed whilst moving from place to place throughout the evening. Very satisfied with the purchase.
- philipweston-ma...Apr 05, 2012by
Big brand quality/features equalled at a just fraction of the price.
Bought to supplement four big-brand flashes, this rapidly became my #1 pick-up-and-use unit. It was intended as a stop-gap while one of my Metz guns was being repaired and upgraded - the Yongnuo cost less new than it cost to repair the Metz. For LESS money, I now have a new flashgun while the Metz is now repaired but still an old flashgun. The YN565EX is solidly built, it is really intuitive to use and has been very reliable so far. The size, design and styling are extremely reminiscent of Canon 580EX/580EXII units to the extent that you can almost identify which Yongnuo bits emulate which model Canon bits (eg hotshoe lock is Canon 580EX-like with no weathershielding, battery compartment lid is Canon 580EXII-like but lacks the unimportant lock) LIKES: (1) Easy-setting controls. (2) Quick battery change with CLEAR polarity marking (Metz please note BOTH aspects!). (3) Canon/Nikon compatibility in slave mode (very useful for those students who own Nikon while I use Canon). (4) Decent power for the physical size. (5) Terrific value for money. DISLIKES: (1) Open flash button is quite hard to press - you need to use thumbnail to push it in far enough. (2) Nikon-fit flash should have Nikon-fit port for external power packs. It has Canon power port which is illogical. (3) No high speed synch (the strobe facility is a catchy marketing gimmick but, like every other make, it is no more than a gimmick with little truly practical use by comparison). The YN565EX proved to be as familiar and easy to use in 2 days as my Canon and Metz flashes were in 2 weeks. There have been occasional internet comments about dubious reliability - I have no complaints whatsoever in this respect, it worked out of the box with no hassle whatsoever and has continued to do so. As have the only other 3 of which I have personal experience; that makes a 100 percent success rate. I should add that for me this is a working tool, 40+ years professional photography leads me to regard equipment as a tool to get a job done and not just a pretty thing to be polished and fawned over. My YN565EX works for a living, with the emphasis on W O R K S. How much do I like it? Well, on my recommendation three of my students now have the same flashgun and I plan to buy at least two more for myself. It has little foibles such as no click-stop on the tilt/swivel head which is not what I am used to; but that is merely a difference and not a fault. It is not perfect, but nor are my Canon or Metz units either and I know of two failed Nikon SB900s in the last fortnight. So what IS perfect - paying top price for well-known names apparently does not guarantee perfection either. This flash, despite the scepticism in some quarters, is worthy of a place in any camera bag and at the price the eternal question - Should I buy one is - a total no-brainer. To cover all the bases, the answer to that question is YES. I too hesitated. Should I buy this or should I stay with big name brands? What initially was a use-till-the-proper-one-is-repaired has proved a sound investment and one I am delighted to recommend to absolutely anyone. Frankly, I would now consider that buying a big name brand was spending 4+ times as much money for no real gain apart from puerile and inconsequential 'bragging rights'. The YN565EX represents proper, down-to-earth value for money. Buy 3 Yongnuo and have money for petrol to go take photos or buy 1 'bi Read full review
- 322223322223Aug 06, 2012by
The flash is worth the money
Advantages: - Leading the number of - The functional equivalent 580 EX - Constructive - Intuitive controls - Qualitative TTLezhim (as it should work, and sometimes better estimates 580 EX) - Price Disadvantages: - Hardness move the zoom head (toli mechanisms are not lubricated at all, it felts beetles drag inside the Colts) - Randomly quality. Let me explain: I - Club reportage photographer, and the flash used quite often and much. After months of operation no longer blaze at all. Attributed to the service, they said to change the lamp (can put on the Canon 580EX, it is exactly the same), 4200 tseenik named. I naturally took. Put in the batteries, check out the mechanics and electronics, and lo and behold, after pressing the start of Pilot blaze! Only a month to work like new. Now the problem is almost the same: the flash works, the lamp alive, but when you switch to TTL mode works only the first assessment assumptions, the principal does not work anymore, and then manually stop working until propyhayu pilot, as it should. That is, incomprehensible calamity, in the service shake his shoulders, and deal with this disaster did not want. This is understandable. My advice - do not use it in the winter, these troubles, I started after I had her shabby on the carcass in the street in -25. Read full review