metalsnake00: ok i will help you guys cause this video guy is soo messt up that he does
not know him self what he is doing on this video, all over the place. So
here is explanations of the function settings:
SL ep on (sleep mode on/off)
SE 3 30 oF (keeping idle 3/15/30 minutes will enter the dormancy state AND
30/60/120 will shut down the flash)
SE oF -- 120 (no dormancy, will shut down after keeping idle for 120
Sd 60 (is power of for slave mode in minutes)
Sd 5 30 (its for RX wireless mode, keeping idle for 5/15/30 minutes will
enter dormancy state AND 30/60/120 minutes will shut down the flash)
Sd -- 120 (no dormancy, will shut down after keeping idle for 120 minutes)
lcd 7 (the display time of LCD backlight to be on for 7/15/30 seconds)
So nd on (sound ON/OFF)
Inc 0.3 5 (its for fine-tuning flash power step)
qu ic -- (quick turn on/off shut down function)
rF 60 3 (this is for transmitter model you use, have to be setup same in
CL ea -- (recover the default settings -hold the OK button to recover the
mark shirley: what's multi is there any videos online to explain how it works.
Iris Leigh Cris: hi... i have a yongnuo 560 iii.... i just used for two events and then had
stuck in the closet for two months (without batteries) and then when i
opened it. it hangs... maybe you could help me... thanks...
Dennis Ogden: you are all over the place not nice to watch bye
Gautam Balsaver: Good try but I think only you would understand what you are clicking as the
focus of your video camera does not capture what you are clicking half the
time. I mean, its ok for you to understand yourself or recollect things if
you have forgotten but why the hell do you make such tutorials which give
half information and waste others time ?
I am sorry being a bit harsh !!
Leo Rizzo: Im sorry but i couldnt understand, did you say that the group function is
disabled or it does not work? because im having problem with mine, it
doesnt change the groups
Truelight54: Good information. Awful video work. Hard to watch. Try not to have the
flash so close to the camera and don't move it around so much.
JC Lamus: How to i set it to rx slave?
mohdmistry: how to turn it into a high speed sync mode?
Neelen Patten: I have a Nikon D7100 and a Yongnuo YN560-iii...Will they work together
straight away or do I need to get a RC603 to make them work together?
MrSoarman: way to fast for some, bla bla bla, can't see what button for functions, bad
Brett Ritchie: Nice video Jon, thank you.
David Smith: Is there a way to see how much battery power is left?
Keith Eckert: thanks, great video... better than the instructions that came with the
JazZ Revolver: Thanks a lot for this! :')
spiros lioris: yn560 iii assist beam???
Antony Miller: Thanks for posting. For some reason my rf -603 N transceiver only syncs
with the the YN 560 III when connect to the hotshoe of the camera itself.
Which isn't a problem since that's where it has to be while shooting
anyway... it did however give me fits when I unboxed everything and was
simply trying to test fire the units, lol. I finally just attached it and
tried it, convinced it wouldn't work. I was pleasantly surprised when it
did. These are great units... especially for the price.
Hanny Alshazly: very nice video, thanks for posting it. I'm upgrading to this flash but
also looking for a good transmitter and was thinking of either yongnuo ttl
radio trigger yn-e3-rt or pixel king pro ttl. Anyone here has any
Rose Jesky: Thanks for the video. Very helpful, Do you know if I can set up high speed
sync on the 560 III?
Leni C: OMG! Thank you for this very clear basic guide. This is my first speedlight
and it didn't come with a manual. I've been having such a hard time
figuring out how to get it to fire properly and what all the buttons do!
ToddB987: Thanks for the demo.. I've been wanting to put together a strobist kit for
remote shooting with my Rolleiflex TLR. I have SB-24 Nikon Flash, but want
a second light for 1-2 or 1-3 ratio lighting. This is pretty affordable and
getting high marks for reliability.
Jon Wolf: I have watched the video numerous times and my yn560iii does not sync with
my rf-603C on my canon 7D.. can someone please help?
mrstlouis7: I've noticed that my t4i only works with this rf603 and the yn560II when
using the view finder. Will not work with the lcd. Hope this helps some.
Matt Eves: Hi great vid, I've just bought a 560iii for canon 450d and some rf-603c
transmitters. New to external flash, and having issues getting set up.
Camera not recognising flash attached, also, can't get transmitters to
synch with flash or be recognised by camera. Do you / does anyone have
ideas / suggestions as to what I'm doing wrong ? Thanks.
durhamrs: Will this flash unit work with a Nikon d3200
reuven79: Great video, work everything, thanks for your help
Heath Davis: Has anyone had issues getting this to fire while using the LCD view finder?
It fires fine if the viewfinders is off, both on camera and off camera, but
will not fire if the LCD viewfinder is on, on my Canon. This is not the
case with my Canon flash.
John R: Nice review. Does it have a locking pin on the foot to lock it into a Nikon
kanyike Ivan: i will do it....i am more than worthy
Alterick Wilson: Will it work with the 622C?
therichreports: I am new to flash too. so I understand if I buy two 560 III units I can set
one RF-602 and one to RF-603 and one will trigger then other? or do i have
to buy pocket wizards or something too? I'm using a GH3 that fires
wireless. Flash is the only thing I have found confusing about photography.
Since I read these work with the gh3 and quality is good i can get three of
these for the price of a new panny flash
Mann Renzef: Is it works in 2nd curtain (rear curtain)?
Jon Mather: Make sure it is not in RX Mode with the flash button and setup how it looks
at 51 seconds into the video
sigh rly: Thanks for the video helped me setup my new yn 560 iii
Jon Mather: It doesnt hav an AF Assist Beam
Alexandr Minzak: have some URLs for provment? It is very important...
Markus Lajer Christensen: You only need an RF603 on you hotshoe, at it can trigger alle you're
YN560III, Theres is a foot included with the flash, and with it, you can
mount the flash on you're light stands
TetradOpus: I know nothing about the receivers and transmitters. If I was to purchase
the yn-560iii to connect it to my camera would I need both a receiver and
transmitter or just one or the other? Also can I connect the flash to my
light stand and do an off camera flash? If so what do I need so that when I
click the shutter button on the camera the flash goes off with it.
Chris Aikin: thanks man. I was wondering about the channels.
Damian Dodd: Once you get into remote triggering your flash, you'll probably want
several... Keylight, Fill Light, Hairlight, Background Light. So the 560 II
is still usable.
therichreports: Thank you for explaining. Now I have a better understanding.
Sigge Bjerkhof: When i mount it on my D600, it doesnt fire at all, however it works with
the 603 trigger, any idea what's wrong? Great video btw :=)
Chris Aikin: why not google it yourself? Internet is pretty easy nowadays :)
Jon Mather: Fantastic to hear
Jon Mather: Hypop
Jon Mather: You need to get a Yongnuo RF602 transmitter or a RF603 tranceiver, however
I am not familiar if these are available/compatible with the GH3. But you
get one of these for your camera, and then set the receiver mode of the
flash(s) to match what trigger your bought (602 or 603) and then you will
fire them all. If you cannot get them for the GH3, you will need a
transmitter for the camera and receivers for at least one flash (the rest
can be triggered via slave, S1, mode)
Kristijonas Mikuličius: I have eos 650D/Rebel T4i, i know it has built-in flash trigger, will it
work with yn- 560 III?
MrMisterYSL: freak I just bought the YN560 II :\
Dan Solomon: I cannot, for the life of me, get my 560III to sync wirelessly with my
RF-603. What did you do to get them to sync and get the blue light turned
Jon Mather: It wont with some Canons from what I understand...I think Canon only rear
curtain with Canon flashes..I shoot Nikon so do not hold me to that.