Yongnuo YN585EX Speedlite for Pentax Cameras

BH #YOYN585EX • MFR #YN585EX/PENTAX
Yongnuo
Yongnuo YN585EX Speedlite for Pentax Cameras
Key Features
  • Compatible with Pentax P-TTL
  • Guide Number: 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm
  • Zoom Range: 20-105mm (14mm with Panel)
  • Tilts from -7 to 90°
Create light on the go with your Pentax camera by using this shoe-mounted YN585EX Speedlite from Yongnuo which offers full P-TTL support, including rear curtain sync and red eye reduction. The flash offers a powerful guide number of 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm as well as a zoom head with coverage for lenses of 20-105mm. Also, it has a wide-angle diffusion panel that expands the beam to work with 14mm lenses. Along with these capabilities, the YN585EX can tilt from -7 to 90° and can rotate both left and right 180°. And, it can work as a wireless TTL slave when triggered by compatible master flashes.
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Yongnuo YN585EX Overview

Create light on the go with your Pentax camera by using this shoe-mounted YN585EX Speedlite from Yongnuo which offers full P-TTL support, including rear curtain sync and red eye reduction. The flash offers a powerful guide number of 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm as well as a zoom head with coverage for lenses of 20-105mm. Also, it has a wide-angle diffusion panel that expands the beam to work with 14mm lenses. Along with these capabilities, the YN585EX can tilt from -7 to 90° and can rotate both left and right 180°. And, it can work as a wireless TTL slave when triggered by compatible master flashes.

Operation is made easy with a large LCD screen on the back and it runs on four AA batteries. It will recycle in just 3-5 seconds at full power and it features a multi-mode for firing a series of flashes at once. It has a PC port for wired sync as well as a USB port for firmware updates.

Compatible with Pentax P-TTL cameras
Guide number of 190' at ISO 100 and 105mm
Zoom head with coverage for full-frame lenses from 20-105mm
Manual control with power output from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 or 1/2 EV steps
Can be set as a wireless TTL slave flash or standard optical slave with instant sync and skip preflash settings
A pull-out bounce card and wide-angle diffusion panel are available
Recycle time of between 3-5 seconds at full power
Multi-mode can be programmed to fire a series of flashes
Large LCD screen displays settings
PC sync port for wired remote triggering
AF assist beam for working in low light
USB port for installing firmware updates

Yongnuo YN585EX Specs

Flash Head
Guide Number190.29' / 58 m at ISO 100 (105 mm Position)
CoverageFull-Frame
20 to 105 mm
14 mm (with Wide-Angle Adapter)
Auto Zoom HeadYes
Bounce Head-7 to +90°
Swivel Head360°
Flash Duration1/200 to 1/20000 Second
Recycle TimeApprox. 3 to 5 Seconds
Secondary IlluminationNone
Exposure Control
Exposure ControlManual, Pentax P-TTL
Flash ModesSecond-Curtain Sync
Power Range1/1 to 1/128
Flash Compensation-3 to +3 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Wireless
Wireless OperationOptical Pulse (TTL/Manual)
Up to 82.02' / 25 m (Slave)
Wireless Channels4
Wireless Groups1
Remote Timing ModesInstant Sync
Skip Preflash
Power
Internal Power4 x AA (Alkaline, NiMH)
External Power Pack CompatibleNo
General
MountShoe
Off-Camera TerminalPC
Dimensions (W x H x D)2.4 x 2.8 x 7.4" / 60 x 72 x 188 mm
Weight13.05 oz / 370 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.45 x 3.85 x 3.35"
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