Yongnuo Speedlite YN600EX-RT II for Canon Cameras

Yongnuo Speedlite YN600EX-RT II for Canon Cameras

Yongnuo Speedlite YN600EX-RT II for Canon Cameras

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Yongnuo Speedlite YN600EX-RT II for Canon Cameras

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  • Canon-Compatible 2.4GHz 15-Channel Radio
  • Compatible with Canon E-TTL / E-TTL II
  • Guide Number: 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm
  • Zoom Range: 20-200mm (14mm with Panel)
  • Tilts from -7 to +90°
  • Rotates Left & Right 180°
  • Wireless Master/Slave TTL Functionality
  • Recycle Time: Three Seconds (Alkaline)
  • High-Speed,1st & 2nd Curtain Sync
  • Runs on Four AA Batteries
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Fully compatible with Canon's 2.4 GHz radio flash trigger system and E-TTL / E-TTL II metering, the Speedlite YN600EX-RT II from Yongnuo is a useful accessory for your Canon camera. It features a powerful guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm as well as an impressive zoom range of 20-200mm, along with a wide-angle panel for 14mm coverage on full-frame cameras. Bounce lighting is also possible with tilt from -7 to 90° and rotation left and right 180°.

Along with radio transmission and reception for wireless triggering, the wireless TTL master and slave functionality of this flash also extends to standard optical pulse triggering, where the YN600EX-RT II is compatible with both Nikon and Canon flash systems. It has a recycle time of about three seconds and high-speed 1st and 2nd curtain synchronization settings. And, it has a multi flash stroboscopic mode for multiple flashes during a single exposure. It runs on four AA batteries and comes with a case and mini stand.

PC sync port for wired off-camera firing
Wireless radio system works with up to 15 channels in 5 groups
Optical transmission has access to 4 channels and 3 groups
Built-in pull-out bounce card for reflecting light forward when the flash is tilted upwards
Manual power settings from 1/1 to 1/128 with 29 total levels
Stroboscopic mode of 1-100 Hz for 1-100 flashes
Power saving mode and overheat protection
Automatic setting saving remembers your last settings
USB firmware updates
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Yongnuo Speedlite YN600EX-RT II for Canon Cameras
  • Protective Bag
  • Mini Stand
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Yongnuo YN600EX-RT II specs

    Mount Shoe
    Guide No. 196.85'  / 60 m ISO 100 at 200 mm Position
    Exposure Control E-TTL / E-TTL II, Manual
    Vari-Power 1/1 - 1/128
    Bounce Head -7 to +90°
    Swivel Head 360°
    Coverage 14 - 200 mm (Full Frame)
    Zoom Head Full Frame: 20 - 200 mm
    Off-Camera Terminal PC
    Recycle Time Approximately 3 Seconds
    Flash Duration 1/200 - 1/20000 sec
    Flash-Ready Indicator Yes
    Compensation -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
    Slave Timing Modes Instant Sync
    Skip Preflash
    Wireless Operation Method: Optical Pulse
    Distance: Up to 82.02' / 25 m
    Method: RF
    Distance: Up to 328.08' / 100 m
    Wireless Communication Channels 15 Channels
    Wireless Groups 5 Groups
    Power Source 4x AA Alkaline, Rechargeable NiMH Battery
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 2.4 x 3.1 x 8.1" / 62.0 x 78.0 x 205.0 mm
    Weight 15.17 oz / 430 g
    Packaging Infoudybyfff
    Package Weight 1.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.7 x 4.0 x 3.8"

    Yongnuo YN600EX-RT II reviews

    Speedlite YN600EX-RT II for Canon Cameras is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 101.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice For the price you cannot go wrong. Increasing ISO saves batteries. Battery cover is delicate, push down then slide. HSS and second curtain is impressive. Head rotation is positive aspect. I use TTL for moving subjects but prefer manual mode. The auto zoom is wonderful but then again I prefer manual to control where the subject is lit.� Color balance tends to be SLIGHTLY warm...so what, it can be fixed. The ability to control each independently is very important to me.� I have three (for the price of one major brand) that I used extensively� for industrial photos and have never had issue.� I recommend you not drop them from a three story building.
    Date published: 2018-03-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Know What You're Paying For The old saying will always remain true: You get what you pay for. As long as you understand that the build quality is less than Canon's version, you will be very pleased when you receive it. �Once I have the Youngnuo's on a light stand, I can't tell the difference between my Canon 600EX-II & the off brand Youngnuos. �Yes, they are that good!��As a wedding photographer, these Yongnuo Speedlites are a lifesaver. � I am no longer forking over $500 every time some drunk uncle knocks down my OCF weighted light stands. �Because of the massive price difference, this speedlite still is worthy of 5 stars in my book.
    Date published: 2018-04-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keep fresh batteries ready I was shooting pretty continuously for 5 hours on saturday. We got about 1200 shots, about 1000 with the speed light remotely. About 800 shots in it was taking longer for it to recharge or communicate with my camera but once I changed the batteries the delays were no longer a problem. We couldn't find our fresh batteries so I kept shooting while someone ran to buy more (and lunch:) so I still had another 45 mins shooting with the low batteries. It we had to be patient between shots for it to recharge or communicate. For first time users allow yourself the time to set up the remote transmitter and make sure everything is communicating.
    Date published: 2017-09-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Almost a year now. Updates I have two of the 600EX-RT. Bought them before the II came out unfortunately. They are flawless ! Yes, instructions are not the best but if you know your way around Flash photography, good to go.. Actually the Canon manual is pretty close. Sorry Canon. Makes me wonder how Canon can justify the price. Sure Canon is better built but unless you are a stuntman (jumping off buildings with your camera) or work for Universal studios as a an "all expense" paid Photographer this WILL work for you. If you get 2 years out of this.... paid for itself, buy two more later. BH, keep a good stock. If you are intimidated by the brand (too much coo-laid like Apple), do what I do. I use electrical tape to cover the name brand on all my gear. Nobody needs to know what i'm carrying, especially in 3rd world countries if you want to stay alive.
    Date published: 2018-04-06
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Does not act as Optical Master, as Canon Original does I bought YN600EX-RT (Version I) a while ago, when I had a Canon 60D-. At the time I used the 60D's built-in flash as an optical trigger of my off-camera flashes including the YN600. However, I was very disappointed recently --when buying a 6D with no built-in flash-- to find the YN600EX-RT CANNOT act as a MASTER Optical trigger, as the Canon Original does. That is, the mode switches from Radio Master, to Radio Slave, To Optical Slave in different versions (Sc/Sn, S1, S2). I checked the above in the YN manual and in Canon's Manual.
    Date published: 2018-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Give it a whirl. Avid hobbyist here. Previously had a bad experience several years ago with a mixed brand combo of camera & flash that didn't talk to each other very well; and missed some important shots because of it. When I upgraded my gear and decided to go with Canon, I promised myself not to make that same mistake again. But, after a lot over-researching and delaying, I finally took the plunge, to augment my stable of Canon 600's with a Yongnuo. Have wrung it out a couple of times now in the field, and ya know what...can't tell a difference in performance. And, in my opinion, the criticisms regarding cosmetics are nice to know, but they're overdone. Time will tell, but as it stands now, yep, I'd buy another.
    Date published: 2017-10-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Radio works w/ Canon 600EX II-RT! (Purchased via another distributor, although would have preferred B&H if they had them yet!) This is the second iteration of the YN600EX-RT, and is therefore the equivalent to Canon's second iteration of their 600EX-RT (which is the 600EX II-RT). I'm an amateur experimenting with flash photography and got a single 600EX II-RT to start. I quickly moved to off-camera flash. Optical control using my Canon EOS 80D as a master worked fine, but I really wanted the on-camera TTL control of all the flash settings, which requires radio. I couldn't afford to buy another Canon 600EX II-RT at their price point and I'd seen Yongnuo flashes everywhere, even among well-known professionals, so I decided to check them out. I almost bought the YN600EX-RT but thankfully thought to just check their official website to see if they had an update to match Canon's update, and sure enough they did - this YN600EX-RT II! Being so much cheaper than the Canons (1 Canon = 4 Yongnuo), I decided to buy two to use as radio off-camera slaves and use my Canon as a radio master. They all work wonderfully (Canon master, Yongnuo slaves). A few minor notes so far: (1) Having trouble updating the firmware. Actually more accurately, the flashes don't even register as USB devices at all; i.e. forget Yongnuo's updater, my PC doesn't even detect that something was plugged in (and therefore I'm unable to update the firmware using Yongnuo's software). I'm a programmer and general techie, which hopefully allows you to trust me when I say I've checked and tried every permutation of steps and connections (and ports and cables). (Flash arrived w/ firmware 1.10 I think; website has version 1.12). (2) Well, actually don't count this one yet. Just noting it early in case Yongnuo wants to re-check themselves. Battery indicator on both flashes shows less than 50% charge. I expected full given the batteries I put in them were brand new rechargeables (that were shipped pre-charged). However, the batteries could very well have self-drained so the flash's meter might be accurate. I'll update this review after my first full recharge to confirm or rescind this note. (3) As expected and as others mentioned for other Yongnuo models, build quality isn't quite on par with Canon. There's no push-button release for rotating or angling the flash head; rather, you simply have to apply enough force to overcome the notches. The amount of force required makes you second-guess yourself at first, wondering if you're about to break something. Given this design, it makes sense to find some kind of grease between the body and flash head. It's not excessive and leaking all over things, but I did notice it was there you might be able to swipe some off the edges with your fingers. Overall build quality is fine though. Not tanks, but not overly cheap either. Quick list: - No push-button release for rotating and angling of flash head; requires a lot of force to turn - Set button in center of selection wheel rotates with the wheel (so Set can be upside-down, etc.) - Flashes arrived at maximum LCD contrast; clearing settings and resetting to default actually sets medium contrast which is pretty weak/hard to see and might make you wonder if your screen just broke during your reset.. it didn't, just go bump the contrast all the way back up. I've only had the flashes for a few hours so I haven't contacted Yongnuo about the USB connection/firmware yet. No real problems so far though so not all that important. Again I'm no professional, but overall I think these are great especially considering four of them can be had for the price of a single Canon 600EX II-RT. Unless these all fail very soon, this definitely seems to be the way to go unless your pockets are just overflowing with cash. So thanks, Yongnuo!
    Date published: 2017-01-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yongnuo Speedlite: Great Value for a Quality Product This was a great purchase. I'm very happy with my YN600EX-RTII that I am using with my Canon 7D Mark II. I mostly use the speedlite as a slave, triggering it with Pocket Wizards, but once I figured out how to use the the Speedlite as slave triggered with by my camera, I was even more impressed. If I have any criticism at all (and this is most likely me learning the functions) is that the manual was a bit tricky to figure out, but once I slowed down and thought the process through, it made perfect sense. I will continue using the Pocket Wizards because I have two other older speedlites that I have to set up manually, but for single light lighting, this the Yongnuo is the ticket.
    Date published: 2018-05-10
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