Special discount has ended
Please note each user for only 1 item(s)
if the goods arrival in 90 days,we will inform you by email!
Error appeared,Please try again later!
Q & A
に基づいて 649 お客様の評価
By Chuck C
January 6, 2018
Just what I needed. I wanted to get these so I could use remote manual control of my Canon 430 EX II. Having ETTL is a great option. They are flawless in performance. Well they are flawless after I performed a FACTORY RESET. At first I could not for the life of me get my T4i to talk to the 430 EX II for manual power control. Thought for sure it was operator error. Did a little online research and came across the easy instructions to do the reset. If your units are flakey try this: Hold down the [CH SET] and [GP SET] buttons at the same time until state indicators blink 3 times in red – green alternately then change to keep lighting (red), release all buttons and the factory reset is complete.
January 4, 2018
easiest to use. no more one is a transceiver one is a receiver…..either works as one or the other. simple simple simple to set up and communicate with one another. and that is great for me because I have self assigned ADD when it comes to technical directions. Yongnuo … if you are listening….the connections from item to camera and then to flash are a hair loose. would like to see a better fit. and bear in mind that id trigger to yongnuo flash and to canon 5d. so fit should be perfect. But I digress…my take home on this would be if you are looking for a really easy to use trigger for of camera flash these are superb. and from what I have read they have great advanced features too.
By Karen B
January 3, 2018
I received these yesterday. Popped batteries in and was using them within 10 minutes. Not complicated at all. I have NEVER used remotes and didn't even look in the manual once. I suppose I will if I get more flash units and another pair of transceivers but, for now, they do what they are supposed to do. Side note; people have said these feel flimsy. I don't think so. They feel really solid. I also didn't have any issues with my hotshoe and sliding this on. I also purchased a light stand and a bracket at the same time and the bracket has the ability to just slide the transceiver onto it. Easy. Looking forward to taking this set up "out into the field" to shoot with.
December 31, 2017
I debated on purchasing these based on some negative reviews. I use these for real estate photography. I have just one Yongnuo 565 ETTL flash right now. The flash has functioned perfectly without a hitch and it gets plenty of use. After several months of using the flash I realized I needed to add triggers and purchased these. I practiced at home so I could get use to how they function. They were easy to use, worked as they are suppose to. Like many things that come out of China, you are not sure of the quality. So far I have been pleasantly surprised by the flash and the triggers. I may have just gotten lucky but so far so good on both of these products.
By Bomber Jacket Guy
December 28, 2017
I've been looking for a set of wireless flash triggers for my two Canon 5D MkIIs. I tried using several different brands, I bit the bullet and finally bought a set of Pocket Wizard Flex TT5s. The PW Flex TT5s didn't solve the problem. For some reason the flashes kept cycling, then set themselves off, then repeating the cycle when I turned them on. When I couldn't fix the problem, I sold the PWs TT5s and after a little research, I thought I'd give the Yongnuos a try. The Youngno YN622s worked like a charm, no more out of control runaway flashes. After finding out they worked very well, I ordered a second pair. (I even had money left over from the sale of the Pocket Wizards). I use two cameras, so I mount transmitters on each for my photo shoots, and have transmitter/receivers on both strobes. I've been using the Yongnuos for a couple of months and am very happy with them.
By N. Marin
December 24, 2017
Work great with 580 EXII's and a 5D Mk II. Mainly use for high speed sync work but they are great triggers in general. I was able to shoot a couple of studio boxes with strobes on high speed sync by using the mini jack on these and I can't believe I was able to high speed sync those lights. The build quality is quite nice for something this price range. The plastic and finish used seems like these will last for a while. Been using them for commercial work on a regular basis and they're still in perfect condition. Definitely buying a couple of more soon.
December 21, 2017
I am hobby photograper with intermidiate experience and my experience using the yn622c has been limited but has never the less exceeded any expectations I had about it. It is the least expensive of any other similar pieces of equipment. Each unit is a transceiver so seperate receivers and transmitter need not be purchased. It uses AA batteries and is simple to use. I use my set with a Canon 7d and the Yongnuo yn568ex speedlight and although I gain greater experience each time I use it I haven't had any negative experiences. I would recommend this product to anyone. RP
December 19, 2017
I got these triggers to be able to fire my non-Canon studio strobes while the camera was in live mode. My old cheaper triggers worked fine for most manual stuff, but I needed to be able to shoot in live mode and fire my flashes. Some of the more expensive Canon cameras allow you to do this by going into silent mode from the setup menu, but this piece of software was left off of the 600D and the T2i. This trigger appears to the camera as a "legit" device and allows the camera to talk to it beyond the normal manual mode. I have only done one brief shoot with them but all seems well.
December 8, 2017
I had my doubts when I bought these - until they arrived and I did some shoots. These are an absolute no-brainer for anyone that wants to get into off camera flash photography and doesn't care about name brands. Build is pretty solid, they take AA batteries (just like your flash) and they offer both Manual, ETTL firing, HSS. Took them out to do a family portrait and they fired every single time. No problems whatsoever. I'm likely going to buy another set of these. I couldn't be happier with this purchase.
November 15, 2017
I just received the triggers yesterday. The order arrived sooner than was listed as expectant delivery date. That was a good sigh. I added some AA batteries to each unit and they were ready to go. I have a Canon 7D and a Canon 430EX II flash and had order the units as they provided eTTL passthru capabilities. I am just starting to do off camera flash and the eTTL ability will enable me to quick use the new flash setup with good results. My previous experience was with a 6 foot cable extension. I was very happy to be able to set up a flash close to the subject and have the ability of setting my camera up without being tethered to the flash unit. So far I am very happy with the units and I am looking to test them out more vigorously during the week. I can now start practicing manual setting with off camera flash.
By Phone Geek
October 5, 2017
I purchased these triggers after initially trying the Pixel Kings. The Pixel Kings did not work at all for my 5D Mark III and 430EX II flash. All I would get was a random full power flash. Although I may have just received a faulty copy, I returned the Pixel Kings and gave these a try. These triggers work as advertised on my setup. I just put one of them on the hot shoe and the other on the flash and started using them without the need for reading the manual, etc. They are interchangeable and each works as either a transmitter or receiver. I plan to purchase another set to expand my off camera flash units from one to three.
September 29, 2017
I am photographer that is new to high-end digital (used to do strictly B&W and developed all the film myself). But I recently got a new 6D and was looking for options for getting the flash (430 EXII) off the camera. I read every single review that Tomtop has on the Pocket Wizard, Cowboy, Photix and the YN622 (and some videos as well) and made the choice to get the YN622 - mainly because 1) Each unit is transceiver (receiver and transmitter) 2) Functionality - full ETTL 3) Price - If it stinks I can send it back to Tomtop.. In reading over the reviews there were a few items that were of some concern but now that I have had the units and have used them in approximately 150 test shots I can give some clarifiing information. 1) Ability to get the locking ring loose - I have rather large hands and a Canon 6D. I can say that for me it's relatively easy to get the locking ring loose once the 622 is on the camera.. that's promarily because the shoe on the 6D sits up a bit so getting in there is not a problem. On another camera where the shoe is flatter against the body of the camera I could see this as being an issue, but it's not for my rig. 2) Battery voltage sensitivity - It was mentioned in several reviews that the units are sensitive to low battery voltages.. from my testing it appears as though this could be true.. I was using some old energizer 2300mah rechargables at first and weird things started happening (auto zoom would not work). It kind of threw me for a loop until I saw a bunch of lights start flashing on the unit.. I changed out the batteries w/ some new alkaline Duracells and all was good again.. I have a new set of Watson 2300mah batteries that I will try and will update the review once I can determine how the unit works w/ them. Other reviews mention that they have used Sayno Enelope batteries with much success. My only negatives at this point are very minor but I will mention them anyway 1) Wish that each unit came with a little cloth baggy to keep it scratch free.. the top of the devices is high gloss plastic, it's gonna scratch.. Youngnuo should either add a baggy or change the finish to matte black. 2) On each device there is a slot where you can thread a camera leash.. would be nice if the leash was included.. 3) A battery status light would be great.. so I could determine at a glance if the batts are dead or insufficient. Lastly, yes the manual is written is qwirky english but you can understand what they are trying to say and if you google "the other yn622c user guide" you will find one that has much better grammer. Thats all I have right now (been using unit for about a week).. No failures, no real issues.. Great Price!.
September 26, 2017
As an amateur, I tend to save my money for bodies and lenses rather than accessories. But when I saw the price of these triggers, I had to take the plunge. I couldn't be happier with the results. I have a set of four triggers controlled by a Canon 6D and controlling 580 EX II flashes and have used them for indoor product shoots and for both indoor and outdoor portrait shoots. In all cases they've performed almost flawlessly. I say "almost" because two of the triggers failed to start up immediately after I inserted batteries and flipped the "on" switch. Disappointed, I started pressing a couple of the other buttons, and voila, they came to life. Not an ideal startup procedure, but it worked, and they've fired up immediately ever since. Also since then, they've been wonderful. I tend to use them in manual mode, controlling flash output from the back of the camera. The channels and group settings make it easy (well, as easy as Canon's rather maze-like approach makes it) to control multiple flashes. And they've been extremely reliable for the past few months of weekly use. Pros: * Very affordable * Works for both E-TTL and manual mode * Good battery life, at least under modest amateur usage * Seem well made fit and finish wise compared with some other low-cost triggers I've handled Cons: *A little bigger than you might expect (almost a deck of playing cards in size) *Startup with two triggers was iffy but has been perfect since the first time *Channel and Group buttons are a *little* too easy to press. I've accidentally changed one or the other accidentally a couple of times. The bright LED indicators, however, make it fairly easy to identify the problem
September 10, 2017
I was a little concerned at first because i was getting inconsistent results using rhe HSS. However, I realized that my 430exii flash fits VERY tightly on the Yongnuo yn622-so much so that I did not get it on the hot shoe completely. I gave it a little more push and it "clicked" into place. No issues since. And I didn't have to push so hard that I'm concerned with breaking it or anything. Build quality is very good. Works amazingly well and its the best bargain available around for radio flash triggers. Using it with the 5d mkiii and the camera can now completely control the flash remotely. Also the AF assist beam is pretty cool. It will be a bit too high to line up with the af points at 3-4 feet, but beyond that it will line up pretty nicely. Very cool.
By Mike C.
August 31, 2017
I was going to get the cheaper flash triggers by Yongnuo, but since my DSLR has ETTL metering, I decided to go with this pair of triggers. They work excellent for "off camera flash", and are very functional beyond my current capabilities. They are stylish looking, and pretty durable. I just shot an external flash project at the Virginia City, NV 'Graveyard' using off camera flash for fill light on the headstones in very cold and stormy/windy weather. My Yongnuo 560II speedlite was mounted atop a tripod and blew over and hit a rock, I though for sure, the trigger was broken, and the flash that was mounted to it, but to my surprise they did not break! There was a dent/blemish on the flash where it hit the rock, but still worked like new!
July 29, 2017
If I sound like an excited fanboy, it's because I am - I am *thrilled* with this product!! I've tested ETTL, HSS, and manual across 4 triggers (one in transmitter mode) with 5 different flashes, and these are working *perfectly* for me! In over 100 shots, I've had no misfires! (To be clear, with 4 triggers, you can only use up to 4 flashes at a time.) I've got a Canon T3i/600D and T4i/650D, a Canon 600EX RT (yes, I know it natively does both optical and radio triggering), a Canon 580EX II, a Canon 430EX II, a Canon 430EX, and a Metz 58 AF-2. With the exception of the older 430EX, these triggers "just work" with these flashes and cameras. For those who may have stumbled across my review of the Metz flash elsewhere here at Tomtop, these triggers make the otherwise disappointing Mecablitz flash *very* usable! The bottom line, especially if you primarily do indoor work, is that you could easily just purchase 430EX II flashes (or cheaper compatible alternatives) with these triggers and save a bundle. These units seem to be well-built, but they're not ruggedized nor weather-proof; use them outdoors at your own risk (and remember how little they cost!). All units are the same: unlike other wireless solutions, there isn't a dedicated transmitter with slave receivers; any given unit in your collection can play the role of transmitter (the one attached to your camera's hotshoe) and any given unit can play the role of receiver (any unit you have, well, *not* attached to your camera's hotshoe). The on-camera unit also gets a group, and any flash plugged into it is assigned to that group (and fires accordingly) - meaning that if you have a long TTL cord (like what FlashZebra sells), you can actually move your transmitter - and its attached flash - off camera, too! To set these up, you pretty much just connect your flash guns and turn everything on; you don't have to make any settings changes at the flashes themselves (although I get better results from my 430 EX if I do NOT put it into slave mode). That is, once plugged into a trigger, a flash will think that it's directly connected to a hotshoe and your camera will think it's connected to a flash gun capable of being an optical master; everything else is handled automatically by the triggers! For low-light shooting, even without a flash, the focus assist on these things is *amazing*, and blows Canon's own crappy solution out of the water. If I'm going out at dusk or later, I've started using a trigger even if I don't take or use a flash gun. A side note: No, you can't use a 580 EX or "larger" flash as a master while it's plugged into a trigger; you either use Canon's wireless solution or this one, but not both at the same time. A caveat: On the 430EX (which Yongnuo actually doesn't support), things work great in ETTL mode so long as you're willing to manually set the zoom; it even does HSS. In manual mode, it's a crap shoot. I'm actually happy that it works at all! And finally, I *do* have 2 minor complaints - but neither is severe enough to take away any stars. 1) After inserting batteries (correctly) in *both* of 2 units that came in the same box, neither would do anything when powered-on (the other set of 2 worked out of the box). Without bothering to turn it off, I took the battery cover off one of the "dead" units and attempted to remove the batteries - and I instead missed (Grace is not my middle name). Instead of popping the batteries out, I accidentally twisted the batteries in their chambers - and the unit powered-up. Now suspicious, I removed the batteries and got on the contacts with a microfiber cloth (which happened to be black). The cloth came out with a fine white powder adhered to it. I wiped off the contacts in the other "dead" unit, and after reinserting the batteries, it too powered-up. Both units now work consistently. I don't know if the powder is dust, shaved plastic, oxidation, or some sort of protective coating; this stuff was NOT present on the contacts of the 2 that worked out of the box. YMMV. 2) If I'm not careful about it, I find myself constantly bumping the channel and group buttons.
July 7, 2017
Well at least for me they are. I do not see the need for anything else. These things arrived and I played with them for a day and immediately ordered another pair. They work great and allow me alot of options use wise. I can use them in full ETTL mode or manual. Set up different groups of speedlights. Control everything from my Canon 5dmkii. I haven't had a miss fire yet. I have been mainly using them for in studio and location stuff. Also like the pass through on top of it so I can mount something else. AF assist too is good if you have a Yongnuo flash head without it. Not sure if AF assist works for other models. I would think yes. I have been using these primarily with a Canon 580EX and 580EXII for over a year now. Just buy them. You won't be sorry.
By Martin maxwell
July 2, 2017
This thing is awesome for anyone who wants to do off the camera flash with E-TTL without spending a fortune!!! It works perfectly, build quality is great, uses radio frequency so you don't have to worry about "line of sight". High speed sync works great with my 5D Mark II. I am very impressed with these transceivers. I recently bought another of the YN622 transceivers so I could have two off camera flashes. I can't see any reason (so far) why anyone would buy a more expensive version of this product!!!!! Saved me a bunch of money and works amazing.
June 12, 2017
For this review, these units were used with the Canon 7D. Other camera bodies will vary depending on how sophisticated the onboard flash control menu is on your camera, especially ones that have the built in capability to control flashes via the optical wireless system. I bought 2 pairs of these to use with my three 580exII. It works really well as if you had a master flash on camera controlling the other flashes. Each unit can operate as either a transmitter or a receiver depending on what device you attach it to. This is important because in other systems that use a dedicated transmitter/receiver pair, you are screwed if either of them fails. These units use AA batteries so each unit is slightly smaller than a pack of cigarettes. The units have an Auto-focus assist beam that will light up the subject but will only be effective with the center focus point only, it will not paint an area so you can't use it with the other focus points of your camera. Also, as with the Canon system the AF beam will only fire in Single Shot mode, not Servo mode. 2nd curtain sync will only work when you disable the Wireless mode on the camera, so you will lose all control with all other functions and defeats the purpose of controlling ratios and groups. I think this is a limitation of the Canon software on the camera and not with these transmitters. You can set the transmitters to 3 groups (A,B,C), and one of 7 frequencies. You can't turn off individual groups, I was hoping for this feature but it doesn't work that way like in the newest line of Pocket Wizards. You can set each receiver to a different frequency and do it that way and fire each flash individually but can't select groups of frequencies to fire at the same time. If canon was smart, they would add the feature to turn on/off individual groups in camera (that would be awesome!) These units will wake the flash up from sleep. One quirk when using these units with the 580exII is that sometimes the locking mechanism of the flash would cause a slow creep so that the contacts will become misaligned and cause strange flash behaviors such as not waking the flash, communication settings not working, etc. It doesn't happen all the time but that's the first thing to check is the hot shoe connections. The buttons on the sides of the units are really sensitive and easy to nudge the settings, so be mindful of where you grab/touch the units. Summary pros/Cons: Pros: -Full manual/ETTL control -RF transmitter/reciever -AF beam -ETTL Pass through hot shoe so you can add another flash unit on top of the transmitter/camera. -A-B-C group assignable -7 frequency chanels -ETTL/Manual control Cons: -2nd curtain sync works only if 'Wireless' control is off (limited by camera software) -Can't turn on/off individual groups from firing. -Can't fire multiple frequencies for group control. -Can't upgrade transmitter firmware to add other flashes, So you must make sure that these units will support your flash. Highly recommend this product if you are like me and have flashes that these units support, this will stave off having to upgrade to the newer Canon 600RT flashes for now. I'll add to this review as I encounter other issues under long term use.
By Bryan Rupp
June 7, 2017
I'm blown away by how affordable these are and how well they work. I'm a full time professional photographer and I need all my equipment to work all the time, and these totally pull their weight. I did have to do a reset on them because I couldn't get the on camera flash to fire in manual mode (it would automatically switch to ETTL even when in manual), but now these are perfect. They could be more user friendly, I had to do some serious googling to find the reset, but the basic functions are simple enough and work really well.