Yongnuo YN568EX III is a new edition of one of the most popular flash. High power, offered a multitude of functions and remote control make it a universal tool in the hands of every photographer. The lamp is available in a version-compatible Canon or Nikon.
Lamp reporter YN568EX III is characterized by the power of the flash with GN 58 (ISO 100, 105 mm). High power lamp in conjunction with a reduced charging time ensures readiness for operation in all lighting conditions. Moving burner with automatic (and manual) lens, reflector and diffuser allow for creative lighting choice to selected scene.
Lamp offers three operating modes: manual, automatic and strobe TTL (i-TTL and ETTL). It was also equipped with a system sync shutter speed (HSS to 1/8000 seconds). These extremely useful features make it easy to work in variable lighting conditions.
YN568EX III enables remote triggering enabled auto flash and HSS, the optical flash control system. In the version for Canon flash can be set as the master and slave units and be assigned to one of 3 groups and one of the 4 channels work.
As the master control can work remotely and flash Yongnuo Canon EX-series (except for YN585EX lamp).
as a slave (Canon – Sc mode and Nikon – Sn mode) YN568EX III can receive the optical signal from the lamp Yongnuo YN600EX-RT II YN568EX II Canon 600EX-RT, RT-600EXII, II and 580EX built-in flash Nikon and Canon (7D, 60D, 600D).
YN568EX III may also be triggered remotely flash mode S1 and S2 (without flicker measurement). This allows the primary wireless communication with almost all Speedlights.
The device is also compatible with most external radio triggers, such as Yongnuo YN622, RF605 and RF603.
Built-in PC port allows for triggering the lamp using a sync cable.
Easy to read LCD display with backlight and intuitive and feature-rich menu, provide comfort, and the large and convenient buttons let you operate the lamp even when wearing gloves. You can enable and disable the signal to indicate the charge and ready to re-flash.
Yongnuo YN568EX III is powered by four AA batteries universal. <