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SL is for the "smart" optical systems--Nikon's CLS or Canon's wireless eTTL systems. Depending on your camera body, you may have a master/commander for these systems in your pop-up flash, but for Nikon that requires a D7x00 body or higher, and in Canon's system, a T3i or later/higher body. The "EX" designation on Yongnuo flashes indicates that the flash is ...


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If you have the YN565EX version for Nikon, the SL mode allows it to receive signals from a Nikon Master flash using the automated iTTL flash exposure system. S1 & S2 modes are for manually set flash levels. If you have the Canon version, SL mode similarly enables the YN565EX to work as a receiver with Canon's e-TTL automatic flash exposure system. Both ...


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No, you cannot set off the YN-565EXII from an RF-603II without attaching another RF-603II to act as a receiver on the foot of the flash. The YN-565EX has no built-in radio receiver. However, the RF-603II does not have to be on the camera hotshoe to set off the flash--you can use one in-hand as your transmitter with the test button. The trouble will be ...


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Edited. No. My response was wrong. It can not be trigged by radio. So I'm editing the post. You need to use a reciver conected to the flash. But if you need the ttl function you need something like the Yongnuo YN622-TX Wireless ETTL. If you use the 603 you can only use the manual remote mode on the flash.



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