Yongnuo YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras

Yongnuo YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras

Yongnuo YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras

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Yongnuo YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras

Yongnuo YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras

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Product Highlights

  • Works with YN560 III and Later Flashes
  • Supports RF602, RF603, RF603 II, & RF605
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Range: 328'
  • 16 Channels and 6 Groups
  • Remote Power and Zoom Control
  • Updated LCD Layout; Quick-Locking Foot
  • 2.5mm Sync Port
  • Runs on Two AA Batteries
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Compatibility: Nikon

Canon Nikon
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  • 1Description

Remotely control and trigger a variety of flashes and radio receivers all from the YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller from Yongnuo. Designed to work with Nikon cameras, this transmitter is compatible with a variety of equipment, including YN560 III, YN560 IV, YN660, YN968, and YN860Li Speedlites and the RF602, RF603, RF603 II, and RF605 transceivers. This updated model is equipped with a redesigned LCD menu and a quick-locking foot. Using a 2.4 GHz frequency radio with a range of 328' and a choice of 16 channels, the YN560-TX II is able to reliably trigger your flashes from impressive distances. Also, it has remote power control and zoom control from 24-105mm for flashes set up within the six available groups. Additionally, it has a 2.5mm sync port and runs on two AA batteries.

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Yongnuo YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Wireless
    Channels 16
    Groups 6
    Wireless Range 328' / 100 m
    Radio Frequency 2.4 GHz
    General
    Control Modes Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Electrical
    Battery Type 2 x AA
    Physical
    Dimensions 2.8 x 3.8 x 1.7" / 70 x 97.5 x 43 mm (Transmitter)
    Weight 3.5 oz / 99.2 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.0 x 3.1 x 2.4"
    YN560-TX II Manual Flash Controller for Nikon Cameras is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well with my Yongnuo YN560 IV Flash Works well with my Yongnuo YN560 IV Flash, but the instructions included are poorly translated from the Chinese and not at all helpful.� �Had to call B&H for assistance in initial setup.
    Date published: 2018-05-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excelente producto Indispensable para cualquier persona que tenga varios flash y desee controlar la potencia y el zoom de los flash. muy c�modo f�cil de usar y super util.
    Date published: 2018-04-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lots of options Now that I have the YN560tx, the YN560iv, and a pair of the RF605, I have three ways to control remote speedlites from the camera.� Which one makes the most sense depends on the situation.� The 560iv offers pretty much the same control as the 560tx.� The 560tx is smaller and lighter than the 560iv, but then can't have an on-camera strobe.� The 605 is even smaller, and (unlike the RF603) does allow turning groups on and off.� The advantage of the 560tx over the 605 is control of the remote strobes' power and zoom. With all those units, plus a 560iii, usage is very flexible.� Can do any of these: * 560tx on camera, both 560iv and 560iii remote, and up to two additional remote manual strobes (of any brand) mounted on the 605s (no remote power nor zoom control of those). * 560iv on camera, 560iii remote, and up to two additional remote strobes on the 605s. * 605 on camera, both 560iv and 560iii remote, and one additional remote strobe on the other 605 if desired. * with either the 560tx or the 605 on the camera, plus the right cable from it to the camera, can use the other 605 to remotely release the shutter - and trigger the remote flashes on the same shot, too! The 560tx is smaller than I expected, despite using AA batteries, and the 605 is larger than I expected, despite using AAA batteries.� I've tested them with a Nikon D7100 camera.� Sync test was OK up to shutter speed 320, that's useful. Usage of the RF605s is a bit confusing. Found out that: * the "TX" mode really means "on-camera" mode: transmits flash trigger signal (when the camera tells it to), and receives shutter release signal (from the remote unit, if used that way) - can even do both simultaneously in same unit for the same shot! This observation directly contradicts what the user manual says. * the "TRX" mode really means "off-camera" mode: receives flash trigger signal, and transmits shutter release signal upon button press. If the on-camera 605 is in TRX mode, it doesn't trigger the remote unit. It has to be in TX mode. Despite receiving some things, the TX mode is supposed to drain the batteries more slowly than the TRX mode. The 560tx is permanently essentially in TX mode. I thought I'd go with the Phottix Strato Multi II triggers, which are superior to the Yongnuos: seem more solidly built, more compact, have a nicer user interface IMO, faster responding than the RF603, and have a 1/4" thread on the base of the receiver. But Yongnuo won me over by (1) adding the missing features: locking mount (603ii & 605), and grouping (605), still at 1/3 the price of the Phottix, and (2) offering the YN560iii with built-in receiver and YN560iv with built-in transceiver, and the 560tx controller, all at very attractive prices.
    Date published: 2018-01-30
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