Nazmus Sakib: A quality tutorial.. Thanks for sharing :)
Karen Anne Thom: Super professional instructions (a lovely change from people bumbling
Badger Tale: Thank you from a Yankee in America. I bought the flash a few weeks ago and
I love the results. You vid well explained few things I found confusing in
the instructions. Thanks and keep up the great vids!
James Ward: Really good video, excellent demo!
Jon Byron: how did you get it to display the red dots on the wall at 5:25?
David S. Pyle: An instructive and helpful video. One thing, however, when you entered the
Slave mode feature, you had it set for: "Cn" (Canon) rather than "N"
(Nikon). Interestingly, it seemed to work. Anyway, an otherwise great
Jackie Ryder: Thanks great video for how to use this speedlight on slave mode. Easy to
Fabian Mac-namara: Hello,
I am interested in one of these flashes. Do you know if it compatible with
a D80 in TTL?
Euadam: Thanks, I was trying to figure out how to use mine with my D800 for slave
mode, and that explained it all perfectly.
Steven jean pierre: Yongnuo YN565EX for canon 40d auto function? is good
Matias Javier Montenegro: can I use it with a remote trigger?
Benjamin Padilla: I just noticed my d5200 doesn't have a commander mode, there is a way to
control the flash remotely without CM?
Omar Jordan: the built in should be popped out first before setting the commander
mode.Setting first commander then opening the pop up flash will not control
the off cam speedlite,it will trigger it,but it will not be controlled,it
will send a direct affecting light,not a signal light.
jokicha: excellent review.
Alfredo Lainez: Excellent Video Very Helpful
troy carroll: hi there great video , just wondering if that means it works with Nikons
CLS if i got two of these would i still need to get the TTL
transmiter/receiver thank you
BaddaBigBoom: Will this unit do HSS?
Mr11031994: is this flashgun unit compatable with eos kiss x5?
Nhat Nguyen: Will this speedlite work with SU-800? THanks
nikons: Great review. I just bought this flash today. Your video was much better
than trying to read the manual!
roovawal: You taught me so much, thank you!
brianminkc: This flash is on sale on EBay for $113 U.S. Wow what a deal.
amitkr11: Really nice video,,Thanks a lot
Frankie Vez: is this compatible with d90? help...
Alessandro Pirino: Someone have never used it with Nikon d 300? I hope It works!
a3180044: Have you notice lose fit on the hotshoe for nikon it moves a little it
doesn't fit right ,that's the only downside of this flash. I wanted to know
if that's normal on all Nikon fit with this flash?
Rajneesh Sangawat: What is the difference between YN468 II (iTTL for Nikon) and this flash
YN565 (TTL for Nikon) ? Will YN565 automatically adjust the flash lens
position based on the camera lens position similar to YN468 II (iTTL)? I
want to buy one of this flash for Nikon D7000. Please suggest
GsBBoyDan: So the flash's TTL works even just from a popup triggering it? It's not
firing a manual flash? I thought that was only possible when using a
compatible TTL wireless trigger?
Sebastian Tröger: very useful! Thanks! Make more reviews!
Skv0ra: 565EX comes with built-in wireless, hence extra $50 in price from 468 II.
Kyle Mottley: Very useful video thanks
Sokpagna Chuon: can you please do a video on the multimode function ?
Alberto Lama: Amazing!!!! Thank you so much for your help!!!!!
D800Lover: Got a few questions: 1. Is this flash more powerful than Nikon SB700? 2.
With SB700 set to i-TTL and put on a Pocketwizard TT5 and remote operated
from an Pocketwizard mini-TT1 on top of a D800 and with AC3 (or SU-800) on
top of the mini-TT1, this gives me commander mode control, can switch
between Manual and i-TTL with SB700 on TT5. So... will this Yongnou flash
allow me to do the same? Any comments please.
APM Fx: What the song name intor pls?
pkamevor: Hi Vincent good job it's about time
Maria Ackroyd: Brilliant - thank you! that was so helpful x