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Yongnuo YN622C TTL Flash Trigger Review

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  • http://www.technologyformedia.com Mark Treen

    Great video, thanks!

  • Jim Donahue

    Interesting but seems to have a few problems like the locking and the fact that it is only for canon. Would be interested in a Nikon trigger that just fires the flash but lets me manually adjust my power levels. I use two different flashes ie. SB700 and a yongnuo 560II

  • L.Smith

    I have had these triggers since they came out, and honestly they are just awesome! They are essentially identical to the canon flash system without, the short comings of the having the flash communicate vie the optical IR sensors. True wireless TTL, without the flashes needing to see each other.also the ability to adjust flash power and other settings without having to physically touch the flash. I have tested these to atleast 20 feet,dont know why you would want to use a flash that far or further away from you camera or subject. Another hidden gem these triggers have is “hyper synce mode” This is the abilty to use flash speeds over the x sync speed,similar to canons high speedsync, but no loss of power. this feature works with flashes as well as strobe lights. I love these triggers! BTW they have now released a nikon version

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  • L.Smith

    August 14, 2013 09:39 am

    I have had these triggers since they came out, and honestly they are just awesome! They are essentially identical to the canon flash system without, the short comings of the having the flash communicate vie the optical IR sensors. True wireless TTL, without the flashes needing to see each other.also the ability to adjust flash power and other settings without having to physically touch the flash. I have tested these to atleast 20 feet,dont know why you would want to use a flash that far or further away from you camera or subject. Another hidden gem these triggers have is "hyper synce mode" This is the abilty to use flash speeds over the x sync speed,similar to canons high speedsync, but no loss of power. this feature works with flashes as well as strobe lights. I love these triggers! BTW they have now released a nikon version

  • Jim Donahue

    July 29, 2013 11:34 am

    Interesting but seems to have a few problems like the locking and the fact that it is only for canon. Would be interested in a Nikon trigger that just fires the flash but lets me manually adjust my power levels. I use two different flashes ie. SB700 and a yongnuo 560II

  • Mark Treen

    July 29, 2013 03:50 am

    Great video, thanks!

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