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YONGNUO YN-622N-TX LCD Flash Transmitter for YN-622N Trigger for Nikon DSLR Camera

YONGNUO YN-622N-TX LCD Flash Transmitter for YN-622N Trigger for Nikon DSLR Camera

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Note: The following functions need to used with the YN-622N transceiver (SKU: D887).

Features:
It transmits all the settings in External Flash Menu of your camera to remote flash(es), you can control flash(es) through camera menu.
It supports TTL function.
LCD screen display, multi-buttons quick operation.
The firmware can be upgraded through the USB interface.
Support wireless shutter release function.
The focal length(zoom)of the A/B/C three groups of flash can be adjusted separately.
Equipped with the AF focus assist light (can be disabled).
Grouping flash mode: i-TTL/Manual flash/Super sync.
Supporting mixed use of the A/B/C three groups of flashes with i-TTL, Manual flash, or Super sync flash mode.
The exposure compensation or flash output of A/B/C three groups of flashes can be adjusted separately.
Shutter Sync: first curtain sync, second curtain sync and FP high-speed sync, the highest sync speed is 1/8000s.
Support exposure compensation, flash value lock function(FVL).
Support simulate (modeling) flash, red-eye reduction flash.
Support the flash zooming (auto).
Super Sync (SS) time delay adjustment, for higher x-sync speed than the camera allows.
Settings saved automatically.
The flash sync signal can be input through the PC port.
Support the basic flash trigger (max sync speed is 1/250s) of standard hot shoe (non Nikon body).

Compatible Camera list:
For Nikon D70/D70S/D80/D90/D200/D300/D300S/600/D700/D800/D3000 series/D5000 series/D7000 series

Compatible i-TTL flash list:
A: ETTL Flash: ( It suport wireless remote control through camera menu )
Nikon SB-910, SB-900, SB-800, SB-700, SB-600, SB-28, SB-27, SB-26, SB-25, SB-24
Yongnuo Flashes Nikon version: YN-568EX, YN-565EX, YN-500EX, YN-468II, YN-467II, YN-465
Other brand flashes working with Nikon system: Metz, Sunpak, Oloong, Triopo
B: Other Flashes: (Not support TTL function or HSS)
Canon 580EX, 550EX, 540EZ, 430EX, 430EZ, 420EX, 420EZ, 380EX
Yongnuo YN-560III, YN-560II, YN-560EX, YN-560, YN-460II, YN-460
Pentax AF-540 FGZ, AF-360 FGZ, AF-400 FT, AF-240 FT
Sigma EF-500 DG Super, EF-500 DG ST, EF-430
Other brand flashes not for Nikon: Metz, Sunpak, Oloong, Triopo

The compatible shutter cable list:
N1-D200 / D300 / D300S / D700 / D800
N3-D90 / D600 / D3100 / D3200 / D5000 series / D7000 series

Specifications:
System type: Digital FSK 2.4GHz wireless controller
Distance: 100m
Channel: 7
Flash mode: i-TTL, manual flash
Sync mode: front-curtain sync, rear-curtain sync, hi-speed sync(auto FP)
Groups: 3 groups(A/B/C)
Sync speed: 1/8000s
Input: Hotshoe
Output: Hotshoe, PC port
Shutter release interface: 2.5mm shutter release interface
USB firmware upgraded: Support
AF assist beam emitter: Support
Applicable battery: 2 * AA battery(Support 1.2V rechargeable battery)(Batteries not included)
Standby time: 120 hours
Package size: 10.7 * 10.7 * 5cm / 4.2 * 4.2 * 2.0in
Package weight: 168g / 6.0oz

Package Lists:
1 * Wireless Flash Controller
1 * N1 Shutter Cable 
1 * N3 Shutter Cable
1 * User Manual(English & Chinese)

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So do you need two of these units ?

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  • No only 1 YN622N-TX Flash Controller which you put on the camera and 1 YN622N on each flash you want to control with the YN622N-TX. The YN622N-TX has the LCD display the YN622N does not.

    By Joel Moore on June 21, 2018

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Hi today i brought yn622n-tx for my yn685 speedlite ,is this yn622n-tx compatible with yn685? i am trying to link these two but could not succeed .

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  • I have four 685ex for Nikon. Check to make sure you are on the right channel on trans and rec. Make sure you have right group, abc selected (finger can hit button by accident). Make sure 622 has "mode" set to "M" NOT ITTL. Cycle through left side channel button to ensure you are on the correct channel. Make sure the f… see more I have four 685ex for Nikon. Check to make sure you are on the right channel on trans and rec. Make sure you have right group, abc selected (finger can hit button by accident). Make sure 622 has "mode" set to "M" NOT ITTL. Cycle through left side channel button to ensure you are on the correct channel. Make sure the flashes are ALL THE WAY engaged onto the tranceivers and same for 622 and camera. They all work just fine w my d3200 and 5500. Be CAREFUL about drops though as they are NOT very durable. see less

    By James on May 28, 2018

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does it work with canon dslrs?

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  • Sorry, it work with nikon

    By Ainsley on May 16, 2018

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can I use this with Yongnuo RF-603 N3 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigger/Wireless Shutter Release Transceiver Kit ?

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  • YES

    By Delaine on May 16, 2018

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Does this work with sony rx10 iii and mecablitz 64 af-1 (and yongnuo yn-622n)?

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  • Yes Thank you

    By Keiko Kitagawa on May 16, 2018

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can I control power output on Nikon speedlight 910 and or flashpoint strobes

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  • Yes in the sb 910. Don't know about flashpoint.

    By Jason T. on May 15, 2018

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can I use this with Yongnuo RF-603 N3 2.4GHz Wireless Flash Trigger/Wireless Shutter Release Transceiver Kit ?

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  • Here is how it works. All you need is a (Controller) YN-622N-TX and a (TRIGGER) YN622N 1. Place the YN-622N-TX( controller) on the cameras hot shoe. 2. Plug in the Ten pin cord to the camera and the other end in the slot of the controller.… see more Here is how it works. All you need is a (Controller) YN-622N-TX and a (TRIGGER) YN622N 1. Place the YN-622N-TX( controller) on the cameras hot shoe. 2. Plug in the Ten pin cord to the camera and the other end in the slot of the controller. 3.You can now use theYN-622N as a shutter release! 4. You just press the "Test" button of the YN-622N and when you release the button it takes the picture, brilliant! see less

    By Mary D. on May 15, 2018

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Does this work with 1.2 volt Rechargable Duracell batteries ? I have tried new sets of batteries and none seem to work.

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  • it should

    By Aki Sahara on May 13, 2018

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Someone know if yn-622c works with speedlite PIXEL MAGO? and if it does.. are they 100% compatibles?

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  • not sure

    By Yoko Oomura on May 8, 2018

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Is it compatible with Nikon D7200 reflex ??

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  • Yes, works great

    By Amoro on May 6, 2018

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  • By ***

    February 15, 2019

    Easy to set up

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  • By Jairam Maharaj

    January 3, 2018

    Works well and really easy to use out of the box. Highspeed sync really great as well

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  • By Olivier

    December 18, 2017

    It's a great tool. I have 4 YN-622N transceivers and I use the TX to manage them within 3 groups using TTL or/and Manual modes. Last and not the least, in very low light situation, the IR AF assistance of the TX works very and helps alot to be in focus :-)

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  • By Darin M Eastburn

    December 9, 2017

    I have one Nikon SB910 speedlight and three Yongnuo 568 EX II speedlights that I have been triggering optically, using the 910 as a master. I wanted to move to a wireless system for more reliability, especially when shooting outdoors during the day. I purchased the YN-622N-TX i-TTL controller and four YN-622N transceivers, as this seemed like the best option given my equipment. The manuals are somewhat cryptic, written in non-standard English. (Yonguo, I am a pretty good technical editor, and I am willing to offer my services). However, figuring how to set up the system was not too difficult. The triggers offer three groups (A, B, and C) and seven different channels. Each group can be set independently to operate in i-TTL, manual, and super sync modes, with flash level adjustments in each. I have not figured out how the supersync system works yet, but I have only had the system for a few days. And the controller can be used to adjust the zoom levels of the flashes, either automatically, based on the focal length of the lens, or set to a specific value. So far, the system seems to be working fairly well for me. I did have an issue with the flashes not firing until I figured out that the flashes on the transceivers should not be in slave mode. They should be configured as if they were sitting on top of the camera. The only real problem that I have noticed so far is that the level of the flash output is not the same as it is if the flashes are mounted on the camera or triggered optically. This is especially noticeable when using them in the i-TTL mode. The flash outputs are a bit darker than they are when triggered optically. Even in manual mode the output is different. This is not hard to compensate for by adjusting the flash output, but it seems like a flash set at 1/32 using the 622 controller and transceiver should have the same output as that same flash at that setting sitting on the camera. In the i-TTL setting, the pre-flash seems very bright. I hardly notice the pre-flash when the flash is on the camera or optically triggered. So I wonder if the strong pre-flash does not give the flash unit enough time to fully recharge before the actual flash is triggered, resulting in a lower flash output. I think that I can work with the system, as long as I check and adjust my flash output levels, but this difference in flash output is something that Yongnuo needs to address. And yes, I updated the firmware in the controller to the latest version as soon as I got it.

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  • By Tom W

    December 1, 2017

    Purchased this to add functionality to the YN-622N triggers I already had. Turns simple triggers into a complete flash control system. Very handy and seems to be well designed and built. Display is readable under varying light levels and is back lit. I have one TTL/manual and one full manual flash and often have them on hard to reach locations during use. This makes changing settings much simpler as long as I can see and reach the controller on my camera. It doesn’t pivot so the display and all the buttons are at a right angle to all the camera controls. I have been using my off camera flash cable to fix this. Zip tied it to my tripod leg and it worked well. Would be nice to have the mount at least swing up to vertical but for the cost is a good deal. I only regret not purchasing the two triggers and controller as a kit. Missed out on saving a couple dollars. Some flash/trigger kits are even better deals.

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  • By Charles Davis

    October 24, 2017

    What can I say that hasn't already been said about this item. I love it and works every single time!

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  • By Pierre V

    October 17, 2017

    I had previously the 602 and 603 from Yongnuo, happy with it but not perfect. When I saw there was the 622, I thought this would come quite close to the Pocketwizard I've used a few times. Considering the price of the YN-622-TX, this is better! I bought it together with 2 YN-622 to connect my flashes. It works nicely, hasn't faltered in the 4 shoots I've had since buying it. What's great about it is that now I can command all settings of my flashes remotely without removing them from my softboxes. I can absolutely recommend this.

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  • By CPE

    October 5, 2017

    I recently purchased these items for off camera flash use on a Nikon D750: 1. YN-568EX flash 2. YN-622N-USA i-TTL 2.4-GHz Wireless Flash Trigger Transceiver Pair for Nikon 3. YN-622N-TX i-TTL Wireless Flash Controller While all the components worked well together, the flash controller initially did not appear to change the flash settings as promoted. After several hours of searching I finally found out an answer. On the nikon version, the numbers etc will not change on the speed light itself; however, they do change when the 622 relays that information to the speedlight as though it were a TTL signal. Thus, when you still make adjustments manually, those adjustment do occur as output on the flash. Like others have observed there is no viable customer support or youtube tutorials and the manuals are poorly written. Surely it wouldn't cost that much to hire someone to clean these up. For the money it is probably worth the purchase as a means of getting used to off camera flash.

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  • By M. Osman

    August 23, 2017

    As I mentioned in a previous comment to Kathy. I have used this for over 20+ weddings in the last year and have had no issue other than the product and flash have to be put in and turned on in the correct order for it to work (see the booklet they send with it). Also, using it in the d800 flash hot shoe gives no issue, using it with my d750 I have to slide it in then slide slightly back till I hear a click, then lock it down. After that its great!

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  • By J. Ostafew

    May 26, 2017

    I had one Tx already and it's been great for me. I bought a 2nd one so my 2nd shoot could run the flash guns during a gig as well. The "manual" mode is why I bought these units. Works perfectly with the original YN-622n on an SB-800, zoom and power level work well. For some reason the zoom does not work on the SB-700 with the same setup, and the 1/1 and 1/2 power settings are exactly the same (100%), so that's a minor inconvenience and something to be aware of, but not a deal breaker. I've found battery life in these units to be great too, I covered a wedding with these during the ceremony, a bunch of bride & groom shots, and the reception and batteries (Eneloops) still had lots of life in them.

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  • By Kindle Customer

    May 26, 2017

    I was a skeptic as in the past have stayed pure Nikon, and most friends shooting use Pocket Wizards, but it seemed worth trying considering the excellent price point. I bought this, a couple YN622N's for my SB800's, and a YN685. In the past I had stuck with CLS and line of sight. This is SO much nicer, not to have to worry about whether the flashes will fire, did someone move something that blocked the line of sight. The controller itself models a commander display from a Nikon speedlight or camera, it is intuitive and easy to use once you figure out the buttons (the manual is mostly complete but horribly written so it is hard to use as a learning guide, but prior CLS experience is mostly what you need). I've used it in FP Synch mode (High Speed Sync) and it worked flawlessly up to 8000th both with the YN622N's driving SB800's and the YN685. iTTL exposure control works well, and it is very quick to add/reduce one light from the controller to get a better balance. I was a bit disappointed at the lack of slave-camera operation (where I can fire camera B by firing camera A, which I think PW's do), but that was not a big deal. It did everything I needed in terms of flashes. It does have fewer channels, so working in a photographer rich environment bay be an issue for some, but not me. But for any line-of-sight users of CLS still - it's a real feeling of freedom to not rely on that, and just know if you push the button the flashes fire.

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  • By AR

    May 22, 2017

    All I can say at this time is that thing is working as advertised. I am using it with the YONGNUO YN685(this flash has a receiver built-in) external flash and the Nikon D7500. Wow, what a deal. If I were using, let's say a Nikon brand, these two devices will be close to a 1K bucks. Ouch! With this brand, 140 ONLY US Dollars. Sweet! With this device I am able to control the YONGNUO YN685 flash anywhere, no cables nothing else required. Just shoot and shoot.

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  • By Mr. Mathdude3000

    May 18, 2017

    This unit is working flawlessly and I would buy again. No more name brand flash equipment for me. Great job Yongnuo.

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  • By Nathanael Varela

    April 28, 2017

    This and the receivers has been the best investment this year! Extremely recommend them, TTL works like a charm, it allows you to over and under expose TTL-flash and to control your flashes like if they were in manual mode through TTL system.

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  • By oblivious

    March 26, 2017

    great value

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  • By P. Photography

    March 24, 2017

    Works great. Wish it would work with my studio light set up but for strobe lights it does a great job.

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  • By P.B,

    March 24, 2017

    Perfect match with the YN-622N, it's like they were meant for each other. No really they were. Click here and click there and you're set. Very easy to use and you won't be disappointed. It's not rugged but it'll do the job.

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  • By Big SEAN

    March 15, 2017

    Excellent commander trigger. Bought for my Nikon cameras. Works great. Easy to use.

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  • By s***e

    May 8, 2015

    Item received. Thank you.

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  • By g***n

    December 19, 2014

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