Yongnuo YN-560TX – Mini Review
Welcome to my mini review of the Yongnuo YN-560TX. I have been using the Yongnuo 560-III for a while now as it’s ability to be triggered by wireless transmitted over great range is super super useful on commercial photography and also on portrait photoshoots. The YN-560-TX adds the ability to control the power remotely via the on-screen display of up to 6 groups of flashes! This is going to be super useful for saving me walking back and forth and let me change things much faster than ordinarily is possible. This is a potent system now, as long as you don’t mind using all manual flash with no iTTL, ETTL or automatic settings. I can’t wait to give it a go on a proper photoshoot now.
As you can see from the images the settings get uploaded to the flashes as you make the changes… super cool and super easy. Range seems great – I tested at over 50m with no problems so more than good enough for most uses. Here’s a few images of the screen on the yn-560-tx and the yn-560-iii flash.
The Yn 560-tx comes in a nice little box, no pouch or foot for it though which as it’s for being on camera no problem at all.
It’s easy to change the settings from camera position.
You can see my 560-III mini review here.