Yongnuo 560IV Review | Business Tip Tuesday
I am excited to share my thoughts with you on our latest gear change! Andrew and I have always had sb900 flashes by Nikon. We used pocket wizards for communication between our flashes. Last wedding season we noticed our batteries were draining insanely fast, the pocket wizards were not firing every time, and the sb900 would overheat a lot. Our system was not what we wanted and we knew we wanted to make some changes. Now hear me out! I have always been a strictly Nikon girl but I have been intrigued by Yongnuo’s flashes since I started hearing about them from some online workshops.
We have been using these flashes for 6 months now and have yet to have them fail on us. They communicate so well and even through walls and long distances. This has easily been the most reliable set up we have had. I have read some mixed reviews but I truly believe buying straight from Yongnuo and not B&H etc.. Is the best way to go! Our 4 light flash set up cost under $300. If you are in the market for a new OCF set up I highly recommend these and they are so good on the wallet. I don’t know about you but I drop things.. Too much. I am rough on my stuff and I have so much peace of mind with this equipment but I am not effecting the quality of my images. Actually, the flash looks better in my opinion than it used to!
Sharing, serving, and celebrating,
Andrew + Chrissy
Shot of the bride: One Yongnuo 560IV on camera and one off camera to the left in a rapid box.
Shot of the cake: One Yongnuo 560IV on camera and one off camera to the left shot through a white umbrella.