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Load image into Gallery viewer, YONGNUO YN685 GN60 2.4G System ETTL HSS Wireless Flash Speedlite with Radio Slave for Canon
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Load image into Gallery viewer, YONGNUO YN685 GN60 2.4G System ETTL HSS Wireless Flash Speedlite with Radio Slave for Canon
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YONGNUO YN685 GN60 2.4G System ETTL HSS Wireless Flash Speedlite with Radio Slave for Canon

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Description

  • YN685 has the two built-in Wireless Trigger systems, YN-622C system and RF-603 sytem
  • Which can receive the wireless trigger singnal from YN-622C,YN-622C-TX, YN-560 IV, YN560-TX, RF-603 II, RF-605
  • Which can trigger more than two off camera flashs in manual mode, TTL mode, multi mode, and even remtoe control the each group' flash in flash mode, flash output, focal length and focal length synchronization
  • GN60@ISO100, 200m --- 2.4G wireless speedlite of high guide number
  • High-speed Sync, Second-curtain Sync, Flash Exposure Compensation, Exposure Bracketing ( FEB ), FE Lock

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Customer Reviews

Great flash but recent batches plagued with thermal protection issues. I love this flash and have had about 5 of them over the last couple of years. They work really well and the triggering system is fantastic. I have had to replace a couple do to my fault. But recent batches have been plagued with thermal protection issues. I am on my 2nd flash in a row that I purchased that just suddenly goes into thermal protection mode and won't come out of it no matter what you do. It basically renders the flash inoperable. I have had them both replaced under warranty, but it is hard when to trust these flashes on shoots as I am a professional photographer. Luckily I useless have more flashes than I need on shoots, but this is a major problem lately. I'm hoping my next one doesn't have this issue. 3Flash doesn't deliver and neither does the seller - Beware of both! I've had several other manual YN flashes and have been generally happy with them. I wanted the TTL capability and from the reviews on this unit it certainly seemed like it would fit the bill. I had read a few reviews about DOA deliveries and I generally don't worry about return issues on DOA products since I'm prime. Some of the reviews here talk about issues of misfiring and locking up or becoming hot. Unfortunately a week or so after the return window closed was when I was at a shoot and could put the flash through its paces. It was horrible and embarrassing as I was actually doing the shoot for another company. First I noticed that it was not firing - turned it off and back on, looked at the battery meter and it said everything was ok. I had loaded fresh batteries that morning so I didn't think I should have to worry. Anyway I ended up falling back to my older YN and doing manual adjustments for that shoot.The real fun came when I tried to contact the vendor for the product. I don't know where they are located but the email responses back and forth took days. They wanted me to post a youtube video that they could watch - I guess to see if I was making it up! In the end I gave up trying to return or get warranty work out of them because it was just too hard. I'll take the $100 hit on the purchase and write it off. I will never do business with this vendor again. I'm also still looking for another flash that isn't going to dent my pocketbook like the OEM one will. 1the YN685 is not a bad flash. I forked over $200 bucks to pick ... Here is the Yongnuo YN685 review and a short comparison will be coming to Canon's flagship model, the 600EX II-RT.Canon's Speedlite 600EX II-RT is currently selling on Amazon for $479. Yongnuo's YN685 is currently $101. So, for the price you can get 4 YN685's for the price of one 600EX II-RT.On it's own, the YN685 is not a bad flash.I forked over $200 bucks to pick up a few of these YN685's and compare them to my 600EX II-RT. Upon opening the box I was impressed with the build quality of the unit. A few test shots and all seems to be working great.I really like the locking metal foot. It feels solid. The overall build quality feels good too. It's a poly-carbonate shell and seems like it will take a beating. The head moves smoothly and the range of movement is impressive.The unit is powered by 4 AA batteries and there is an option to plug in an external pack. I am using it with my Quantum Turbo 3, to give it a little bump in the recycle time and extend the use. Recycle time at full power is a bit more than 3 seconds on fresh AA batteries.I already had the YONGNUO YN-622C-TX E-TTL Wireless Flash Controller and that is compatible with the YN685 allowing control and wireless function of the flash. With the master slave setup I am also able to control my other flashes in groups and channels.In the end, the Yongnuo YN685 was not as powerfull as Canon's flagship model, the 600EX II-RT. The 600ex-RT was about 1-stop hotter than the YN685 at full power. 4Awesome deal - eliminates need for radio transciever Amazing. I do NOT understand the comments about the radio having "limited functionality". EVERYTHING works. I'm using this with a YN-622C-TX on my Canon 6D and can control everything from the camera. I've tested regular flash, rear curtain sync, multi, e-ttl-II with automatic tracking of the focal length of the flash to match the lens, High Speed Sync, etc. It all works. I see no need for an external radio. HSS allows a 1/4000th (on the 6D) shutter speed and it's ideal for stopping action indoors like children who never stop moving. With a normal flash a lot of ambient light gets in because the shutter must be slowed down to less than 1/250th to sync with the flash (depending on the camera) and this light blurs the photo if your subject is moving fast. You end up with a sharp flash photo with a blurry ghost. Very ugly and disappointing, until now! For less than the cost of one Canon Speedlite I got 3 of these plus the transmitter.It also looks well built.It DID take some trial and error to get it working but it was MUCH less painful than I thought it would be to get to work. I'm no flash expert. The manuals aren't the greatest, but I'm sending back the separate transceivers I bought and using the radios inside the flash, again, with full e-ttl, rear curtain sync, multi, HSS, etc. using an inexpensive YN-622C-TX on my 6D. I've been wanting HSS for a long time and for the price it can't be beat. 5Review with compatibility information Great, inexpensive flash that does TTL and HSS on-camera, and the same off-camera triggered with another YN685 flash unit or the YN-622C-TX controller. The power output (brightness) is about the same compared to Canon's flagship flashes.As with all Yongnuo products, the quality control sucks which means your flash could be dead on arrival or show some weird errors when you test it thoroughly. In my experience the Yongnuo flash products tend to either die during their first few uses or last for a long time. So I always bring a backup, but never had any of the flashes die on me during a shoot (except for a trigger once).To understand compatibility (in a nutshell), Yongnuo has three systems of radio flash triggers:1. The RF-602 / RF-603 / RF-605 / YN560-TX triggers2. The Canon-cloned YN-E3-RT which only works with the 600EX-RT line3. The YN622 / YN622-TXThe YN685 flash can be triggered with the YN622 / YN622-TX. With this trigger system it can do TTL and HSS. The power and zoom settings can be adjusted with the YN622-TX unit. This is the preferred combination for this product.The YN685 can also be triggered by the RF-603 / RF-605 / YN560-TX. With the YN560-TX you can adjust power and zoom of the flash. It can not do TTL and HSS as the YN560-TX is a manual trigger.The YN685 can not receive signals from both systems (603 / 622) simultaneously although there is a function that suggests otherwise. At least with my model it does not work. The YN685 needs to be set to either the 603 or 622 system.The YN685 does not work with the YN-E3-RT system at all. 5Great Flash for Budget Concious Photogs Just got this a couple of days ago and I'm pretty darn pumped. I have a Canon 600XR-RT at work - which is a fine, fine flash - at a fine, fine price. I now have six Yongnuo flashes - 3 560s, 2-468 and this one. The 560s are not TTL - the others are. This flash's radio trigger won't trip any of the others that I have of course, but they are all infrared triggered in Slave mode. So - although this is a good base flash for building on with newer units having radio triggers, I can still use it as a primary main light flashgun, off camera triggered by my Pocket wizards- and have it trigger a fill flash, backlight and hair light YN flash on stands with umbrellas all for less than half the price of one of my Alien Bee studio strobes. Basically for $400 I have a five light mobile studio. The light quality is consistent and I seldom have misfires. Five stars for being a pretty darn good copy of a high end Canon flash that, if (and when) it gets knocked over, I don't feel the need to jump off the roof. I've taken 2 - 3 pretty good drops on the 560s and they still keep coming up working. All in all, I'm a Yongnuo fan. 5Please I purchased from the right vendor, FotoPal Great buy, given the price and feature set of this unit. I've had few of these Yongnuo Speed Lights since they came to market and most have endured the professional use (I'm a wedding photographer) for many years. Recently, one of my 685 I bought back in summer of 2016 and 580III I bought just a few months ago started malfunctioning. I learned that it pays to buy these units from a reputable and customer service oriented reseller as Yongnuo only services warranty for units purchased directly from them and refer to the resellers if you purchased elsewhere. I had purchased the 685 from FotoPal and the 580 III from 'Value-Added Products' The former responded within a day; whereas, the latter never bothered to respond at all. Long story short, I received the replacement unit from FotoPal yesterday. Amazon had to credit me back for the 580 III as 'Value-Added Products' never gave a hoot. 5Amazing value flash! The build quality is really great on this. It feels almost as good as some of the high end canon gear. It dosn't have an angle lock button like the canon ones but there is no chance its going to shift around. I tried out HSS at 1/8000 of a second on my 7d and it works great. No issues at with the flash talking back and forth to the camera for flash settings.The locking quick release is way better than the cheap locking rings that are on most flashes. The AF assist does a good job helping the camera focus in low light situations. Cant wait to use this with the YN-622C-TX. 5Stopped working after 5-10 uses. I've had others Yongnuo flashes that have been work horses. I got this for the ttl capabilities. It worked fine for the first few months, but I've probably only used this one 5-10 times. It was a great flash to use off camera w the 622 transmitter and high speed sync worked great. I donhave to say the controls are not very easy to figure out, especially on the fly. Bad news is during shooting a party I got a "hot" error and it's never worked since. After doing research I have found this is very common w this model flash. Super bummed. I think I'm heading over to Godox Like many others have as Yongnuo is famous for bad customer service so why even try? 1Good knock off of the Canon 600EX-RT for less than a quarter of the price. Solid flash for the money. Its a knock off of the Canon 600EX-RT for less than a quarter of the price. It takes a few minutes to get used to the menus but overall it works very well with my YN-622C-TX wireless controller (without an external receiver) and I'm able to control the power and focus on multiple 685 units simultaneously which is a huge convenience. I can't comment of longevity but it does tend to overheat when flashing at full power multiple times. As long as you're not repeatedly firing it off on full power it should last you a while. 4
YONGNUO YN685 GN60 2.4G System ETTL HSS Wireless Flash Speedlite with Radio Slave for Canon

YONGNUO YN685 GN60 2.4G System ETTL HSS Wireless Flash Speedlite with Radio Slave for Canon

3.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€186,00
Sale price
€186,00
Regular price
€306,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€120,00)