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I Have been looking inot buying a flash for my Cannon T2i but I dont want to spend alot of money, being that the cannon speedlights are a bit pricy. i was looking into the yongnuo 560, the only problem is I really dont know to much about it. Any insight will be much appreciated.


Nov 26, 2012 at 10:11 PM
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If Im correct it works actually ok, but I have some vague memory that its pretty much "all manual" flash. Cant say much, friend used it (probably still uses) and he never complained.

Dunno if Metz or Sigma wouldnt be better solution..



Nov 26, 2012 at 10:18 PM
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Mescalamba
Thanks for the help. Any Sugesstions with the other brands models?



Nov 26, 2012 at 10:21 PM
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No experience with those. I've used some third party flashes. On Canon, I've used Sigma flashes, and they work well, though I found native Canon flashes to produce a more consistent and accurate exposure in day to day shooting, so I switched from the Sigma EF-500 DG to the 430 EX II. When I switched to m4/3, the native flashes all had some downside or tradeoff I didn't want to make for the price, so I opted for the Metz 50 AF-1, which has been a very good flash (though somewhat large on a m4/3 body).


Nov 26, 2012 at 10:21 PM





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