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YongNuo YN-622N Wireless TTL Flash Trigger for Nikon
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- Digital FSK 2.4GHz wireless transceiver. TTL pass-through hot shoe.
- Compatible flash mode: i-TTL, Manual flash, Multi flash
- Supports 1st curtain, 2nd curtain, high speed sync (HSS/FP), max sync speed 1/8000th second.
- 3 groups, 7 channels
- Works up to 100 metres
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Yongnuo YN-622N wireless iTTL flash trigger is designed for Nikon Cameras and flashes.
It supports FEC, FEB, FEL, High-speed Sync, 1st. Curtain, 2nd. Curtain, Modeling flash, i-TTL Group Ratio (ALL/A:B/A:B C), Manual/Multi group (ALL/ A:B/ A:B:C), Manual and Multi mode, Auto Zooming, Manual Zooming, AF Lamp.
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They all work flawlessly without any misfire both in manual and TTL mode with the speedlights.
They are rock solid and the assist lamp really works (albeit not at close distances like tight headshots).
I prefer to work in manual control mode and i've never been so happy with off-camera flash.
- Wireless power control for speed lights and standard operation with every flash, power pack or monolight.
- Fast and reliable
- Rock solid and very good buttons
- They are all transceivers and interchangeable
- Excellent range
- A little learning curve but it takes 5 minutes to understand them,
- Exposure settings values are "relative" and not absolute so you have to take a compensation approach (say -2 stops from standard instead of 1/64 of power) even in manual mode..but it's not an issue for me: they always deliver me consistent output on each setting.
You definitely need them.
Yongnuo is no longer a sub-par brand. These triggers are way better than all pocket wizards (except maybe multimax) at an awesome price.
As a receiver they are 5 stars when paired with the YongNuo 622N-TX ( LED screened trigger ) as the trigger makes it very easy to change the settings..
I used them at a wedding recently and was under a lot of pressure to deliver in a ridiculously short time frame... Normally I wouldn't even consider a complicated lighting setup if I didn't have these triggers.
I managed to assemble two softboxs and the triggers in no time at all (a minute or two max), there are no multilevel menus to navigate, simply set to TTL from the controller unit and fire away. They hardly missed a beat the whole day, I had only 1 misfire the entire day, easily rectified. They could do with a proper instruction manual, but its so intuitive, you can figure out most things in minutes... I simply watched a youtube tutorial to fill in any blanks, but that's a minor gripe.
Yongnuo has really done the business with these controllers especially when you consider the price... I would recommend these with absolute confidence, especially for Nikon shooters. They outperform many other brands in features and in operating range and price! Simply quality professional kit!
I now use two of these with a YONGNUO YN-622N-TX i-TTL Wireless Flash Controller and the combination has made multi off-camera flash set ups a breeze. I'm going to buy a couple more as they're reasonably cheap, simple to use and just seem to work every time. If you're thinking about multiple flash set ups I would seriously think about getting the controller as well because of the instant flexibility it gives you over power and flash modes across multiple channels, but for simple, single channel TTL flash control they're an excellent performer.
Can't get it to fire the SB-400 ( says it is supported in the docs ). Maybe there are different firmware versions in SB-400 if it works for others. Can fire using the test button on the receiver, but not the test button on transmitter or when using the camera. Even doesn't fire when SB-400 is mounted on top of the transmitter on the camera.