What is the best alternative to Neewer TT560?
This flash is very powerful, as indicated by the guide number of 190 at 100 ISO. It adjusts to the ever-changing lighting conditions automatically with the TTL mode. It can be activated remotely, giving you a lot of freedom in terms of placing the light source. The wireless triggering distance up to 50 ft. is easily the double that of an average flash in this price range. See More
Neweer, unlike most speedlight manufacturers, doesn't include a case in the package, so if you want one, you will have to look for it online. The same goes for wireless triggers and receivers and an external battery pack. You will have to look for compatible third-party equipment yourself. See More
This flash is not well equipped for shooting fast motion. It lacks High-Speed Sync (HSS) feature that allows catching rapid movement on a photo without blur. HSS is also useful for taking wide-aperture photos, where the object is sharp and the background is blurred. See More
YN560 can be used to activate other camera flashes from up to 27 feet away thanks to the built-in wireless transmitter. It can also be used in slave mode, activated by another flash or a wireless trigger. You can create groups of connected flashes with models YN560-IV and YN560-TX and use wireless triggers: RF-603 (I/II), and RF-602. See More
YN560 is faster at reaching its full power after being triggered than an average flash. It's recycle time is three seconds, while many brand flashes (Canon, Nikon) take as long as six. It's even faster if you connect your flash to an external battery pack via the HV port. See More