Neewer® TT560 Flash Speedlite for Canon Nikon Sony Panasonic Olympus Fujifilm Pentax Sigma Minolta Leica and Other SLR Digital SLR Film SLR Cameras and Digital Cameras with single-contact Hot Shoe

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Press the MODE key to M Mode. In this mode, you can set TT560 On to your camera hot shoe or speedlite trigger hot shoe to trigger the flash unit.

Press the MODE key to S1 Mode. The Mode is applicable for slave flash in order to create many lighting effects. It is respectively applicable for manual flash environment.

When the flash is S1 mode, it will fire synchronously when the master flash fires, comparable with the effect by the use of radio trigger.

To save battery power, the flash will enter stand-by state in about 30 minutes of idle use. Press any button to wake it up.


Guide Number: 33 ( ISO 100 )

Vertical Rotation Angle : 0~90 degrees

Horizontal Rotation Angle: 0~270 degrees

Lighting Times: 100-1500 times ( AA alkaline batteries used )

Recycle Time : approx 0.5-5s ( AA alkaline batteries used )

Light Quantity Output Control: with 1/8 – stop increment

Color Temperature: 5600K±200K

Flash Duration : 1/800s~1/2000s

Dimensions : 190*75*55mm

Net Weight : 286g

Package Content:

1x Neewer TT560 Flash SpeedliteCompatible with Canon Digital EOS, Nikon DSLR and other SLR, DSLR cameras with hot shoe. Please Note: For Sony/Minolta camera users, an Sony hot shoe mount adapter/converter is needed for your camera to work with this flash. Note:Don’t support TTL and the camera menu setting Function
Red charging indicator lamp flickers in every 1s; it indicates low battery. The flash unit has 8 steps of power output control which indicated by 8 pieces of LED
Overheating Note: Repeated use of the flash (5-10+ times per minute) may result in the flash becoming warm or hot. This heat is due to the high battery drain. Please use high quality batteries to ensure the best results. If the flash becomes hot to the touch this is due to the batteries heating up from repeated use. Please allow 10 minutes for it to cool down before using the flash again. Another remedy is to swap out the batteries

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