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YONGNUO YN-622C-TX LCD Flash Transmitter for YN-622C Trigger for Canon DSLR Camera

YONGNUO YN-622C-TX LCD Flash Transmitter for YN-622C Trigger for Canon DSLR Camera

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Note: The following functions need to used with the YN-622C transceiver (SKU: D886).

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: E-TTL/Manual flash/Super sync.
Supporting mixed use of the A/B/C three groups of flashes with E-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:
A: The EOS DSLR camera with external flash control menu:
 Canon 5D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 1Ds Mark III, 1D Mark IV, 1D Mark III, 7D 60D 50D 40D 450D 500D 550D 600D 650D 1000D 1100D.
B: The EOS DSLR Camera without external flash control manual:
 Canon 5D 10D 20D 30D 300D 350D 1D 1D Mark II.

Compatible Flash:
Compatible ETTL Flash: ( It suport wireless remote control through camera menu ).
Canon 600EX ( RT ), 580EX II, 430EX II, 320EX, 270EX II
Yongnuo YN-565EX C, YN-468 II C, YN-467 II C, YN-465 C (Yongnuo flash units don't support HSS Function). 

Note: 430EX and 580EX or other parts of flash is not supported remote control via the camera menu, you need to manually set the flash parameters.

The compatible shutter cable list:
C1-60D / 70D / 400D Series / 500D series / 600D Series / 1000D Series
C3-40D / 50D / 7D / 1D Series / 5D series 

Specifications:
System type: Digital FSK 2.4GHz wireless controller
Distance: 100m
Channel: 7
Flash mode: E-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: 176g / 6.2oz

Package Lists:
1 * Wireless Flash Controller
1 * C1 Shutter Cable 
1 * C3 Shutter Cable
1 * User Manual(English & Chinese)

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  • By Gadget Lover

    December 27, 2017

    Very nice and inexpensive transmitter. I use this to trigger Yongnuo YN622C II receivers and they have worked without fail. Much less expensive than a Canon option and I'm so glad that I stumbled across this product. For the price, probably even aside from the price, these Yongnuo products are great and I am amazed how off camera flash has changed my photography, without taking all of my money. Of course, I have had flashes not fire, but I don't think I could ever trace the reason to this transmitter or triggers. My only problem that I had with this is the mount design. What I mean is that it mounts horizontally on your camera hotshoe. When you need to adjust your lights, and you always need to make adjustments to your lights, I would much rather have a vertical mount while shooting on a tripod. With the horizontal design, I (and I suspect most people, as I'm 5'10") aren't tall enough to look down onto the screen to make adjustments. This means you either need a step stool or you must move your camera off subject, tilt your camera so that you can see, then make adjustments. Of course, if you're off-tripod and just shooting freestyle, this is not an issue at all. Other than that, it's pretty easy to make any/all adjustments. You can control your flashes using TTL, Manual mode, and highspeed sync. I can't imagine anything that a Canon transmitter or Pocket Wizard could offer that this doesn't do at a MUCH cheaper price. As a matter of fact, after much research and comparing options, I was very close to purchasing the Pocket Wizard option when I came across this product. I am so glad that I chose this. Other than the fact that Pocket Wizard does offer a vertical design and maybe easier adjustments as a result, I can buy this transmitter and a bunch of triggers for the less than the price of a Pocket Wizard transmitter. Yongnuo option is a much better route because, with the same amount of money, you get so many more options in gear. In my view, this is a Pocket Wizard killer. I have only good feedback and would recommend this product.

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  • By Simone Severo

    December 13, 2017

    The Yongnuo Yn-622C-TX trigger with the Yongnuo Yn-622C receiver is finally a wireless trigger system I can trust. I use it with the Canon 6d full frame camera. When paired with the Yongnuo 568EX ii the Yn 622C-TX trigger allows me to change the power of the flashh from the trigger without having to walk to the flash. Also, the receivers work with flash Canon 580EX, Neewer TT560, Neewer TT660, all triggering at the same time. So I can use one canon fladh, one yongnuo 568ex ii and 2 Neewer fladhes and they all flash! The control of the flash power from the trigger will only work with yongnuo 568ex ii, but everything works. Love it!

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  • By M. M. Walter

    December 5, 2017

    The Yongnuo 622C and 622CTX has so streamlined my off-camera flash work that it has made it tons more fun. This is my first foray into flash triggers, so I can't compare these units to others, but I can say this: the 622's are simple to use - even intuitive, reliable (haven't pushed distance capability very far yet, but I've had no other failures), and they are priced exceptionally well. I'm not sure what advantage other brands might have that justifies the steep price. I am very pleased with the Yongnuo. One caveat: be sure to download the American English Users Guide at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B77OmmGIg0gMVFpqNkpBYXBHajA/edit?pli=1. The one in the package is pretty much useless, except for entertainment value.

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  • By Adam R.

    November 16, 2017

    It's been years since i had looked at any wireless flash options, and back then I just gave up because pocketwizards were just too pricey. I havent been much of a flash user over the years despite having the Canon 580 EX II. Recently I found some uses for it and was quickly unenthused by the optical slave method. After seeing Yongnuo mentioned in some Tony Northrup videos, I took a look and found these remote (and the pair of YN622C II that I also picked up) and I'm glad I did. Testing so far has been limited, but the function is everything I could ask for. My 80D doesn't know the difference between this unit and the much pricier Canon model. It also allows me to use the 622c's to control my older 580 EX II which has no radio remote functions built in. (If I were to stick with Canon, optical or a long cable would be my only options and that is far from a good enough reason to spring for the $500+ Canon 600EX RT. Being on a newer body, tgis u it can also trigger the shutter (by pressing the test button on a 622c) without even needing the control cable (which is provided anyway.) All in all, as a non-professional, I look forward to experimenting and learning off-camera flash photography with these transmitters/transcievers.

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  • By Anthony M.

    November 9, 2017

    The YN-622C system is an absolutely fantastic tool. Performs exactly as expected and works right out of the box. It only took moments to setup. I've docked one star due to the fact that the display does NOT reflect the in-camera flash compensation settings which made me think for quite some time that I had it setup wrong. When I finally did a test shot I realized it was indeed sending the in-camera compensation it just wasn't reflecting that setting on the display. The compensation settings on the LCD are in addition to any settings in camera. So if you have +1 ev set in camera and you see 0 ev on the device it really is +1 ev. And you could make it +2 ev by adjusting the transmitter. This is a bit confusing at first, but perfectly manageable. The screen has the real estate, it'd be great if it could display the current camera setting at any time, as well as any supplemental compensation. This does not in any way deter me from highly recommending this device!

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  • By Greggie

    October 26, 2017

    These little devices work magic. I needed a wireless flash trigger which allowed not only for wireless TTL functionality but also for the ability to adjust manual flash levels remotely as well. These devices do all of that. All the control is done through the flash control menus on your camera. I have the Canon version and it will work with Canon DSLR cameras going back to the 40D. They are surprisingly well built. I have dropped mine a few times and they keep on ticking. There are a few down sides to them. There is a bit of a learning curve. I had to spend some time at home testing them out and experimenting before I completely understood how to use them. Additionally they secure to a camera's hot shoe with a twisting screw type clamp. That is a slight annoyance for anyone used to the simple swing clamp on modern canon speedlites, but it is not a deal breaker.

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  • By Joe The Flow

    October 23, 2017

    The are fantastic triggers and you can't beat the price. Purchased these as test to see if they were worth the money. They exceeded my expectations. Solid build, mult-channel. I'm going to purchase more of them. Here's the specs: Flash mode: E-TTL(II), Manual flash, Multi flash • Shutter Sync mode: 1st curtain, 2nd curtain, high speed sync (HSS/FP), Max 1/8000s sync speed • Control remote flash using camera's flash control menu screen(Remote Control Mode) • Support E-TTL / Manual/ Multi flash mode (Mix Control Mode) • Support FEC, FEB, FEL, Modeling flash • Support E-TTL group ratio (ALL/ A:B/ A:B:C), Manual/Multi group (ALL/ A:B/ A:B:C) • Support auto zooming, manual zooming, AF lamp • Support LCD Live view triggering • Support high-speed continuous shooting trigger • Settings saved automatically • Compatible with ALL YongNuo/ Canon EXII series flashes • Support PC port triggering strobe flashes (PC Sync cable is not included, but you can buy it from YongNuo store) • Support single-contact of camera & flash triggering (the max sync speed is 1/250s)

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  • By Sincerely Noob

    October 16, 2017

    I started with off-camera flash by buying YN 622c and ỴN68EX II. It was simple to use and serve me well for almost a year. But since the newer version has the same cost, I urge you to buy the YN 622C II pair instead. Now that I have used my flash with umbrella in a few house parties, I am getting tired of changing the flash ETTL EV output manually. So I bought the YN622C-TX to control my YN-622C. Save me a lot of time not having to step down from the ladder to change the flash output before I can take more photos. Overall the unit works great. Very affordable. I put Eneloop in these and haven't had to change them in 6 month of once-per-few weeks usage.

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  • By Kevin A. Diossi

    September 8, 2017

    Words can't describe how terrific this product is. I've sold my stupid pocket wizards in favor of these for use with my speedlites. Build quiality is excellent, it takes AA batteries, and they have a dedicated on/off switch instead of a button - an auto off feature would be nice if you left them on.The fact that I can go into the flash menu on my camera or on the top of my camera and command power to flash groups is spectacular. Canon only supports 3 groups, so I can't complain too much, but I would have preferred to see 4 or more groups for improved flexibility. Oh, and the AF assist beam is superb. High speed sync adds a new dynamic possibility to lighting as well.

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  • By mpfannen

    July 16, 2017

    Great product for a great price. Bought this in combination with 3 YN-622 remotes and 3 YN-568EXIIs (minimum level flash if you want to control the flash remotely) This controls our YN560s we used with the Cowboy Studios setup, but you have to manually change the settings on the flash. We use the cheaper CS (Cowboy Studios) triggers and the more expensive Pocket (Pocket Wizards) and PCB (Paul C Buff) Cyber Commander Trigger/Receivers (for main lighting). Comparing to the others, I like them a little better than our PWs and feel they offer almost everything at a much better value. Still shop everything and read reviews of all the products before you buy because technology changes and updates fast. We use lot of different lighting, so these are for our quick/mobile shoots. I replaced our Cowboy Studios and Pocket Wizards devices as they are finicky at times matched with our speedlight whereas the Yongnuo devices have been reliable with little issues and yet to cost me an important shot or die in the middle of a shoot. Using AA batteries does make them slightly bulky, but I feel worth it when using them in combo with the Rechargeable AA Panasonic EnLoop v4s (batteries we also use with speedlights) and they have lasted for all day events without wearing down. The CS and PWs use the specialty watch style batteries, which seem to wear down faster on us and more expensive in the long run to replace. Best bang for the buck for those needing remotes/triggers for speedlight. Fits in my extra Lowepro backpack pockets that don't get used for anything else. Device is simple and easy to control after a quick glance over the manual. Currently using them on a 6D and 5D3 without issues or conflict. Only downside was I had to update to the latest firmware.

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  • By Logan

    June 8, 2017

    This thing is amazing. No more going into the camera menu, so it's very fast at changing settings. For example, three manual flash's all at different settings in three groups. Or, you can have more than that of course in different groups, or you can mismatch some with ETTL and some with Manual. I don't ever shoot ETTL, so if you just shoot manual, you'll more than likely be able to use this with Sony, Canon, or Nikon, even if it's not Nikon branded. You just won't get ETTL, probably won't get HSS either, which I don't use anyway. For the price of this thing there is no reason not to have one. Yes, the flash's have to be on triggers, but the triggers are sold very cheap. As far as yongnuo, I've never had problems or anything tear up, except one flash and that lasted a long time. Buying another one was still better than having a Canon for that much money. Plus the flash that tore up was a very very old model. If you have something without an AF assist lamp, even when you don't have your flash with you, if you're gonna be out at night, depending on how dark your auto focus goes, you can use this as an AF assist lamp. I use it on a Canon 6D, so that already focuses in situations that are darker than anything I'm gonna encounter, also darker than any other AF point on any Canon camera. This will bring it to the point of being able to focus in extreme low light. As far as the part about triggering flash's, it's flawless. Rather you have Yongnuo flash's or not. If I had all Canon flash's I would use this as well as the triggers for them. The radio frequency is much better than putting a flash in optical slave mode, because it can be hidden deep in a soft box. It can go outdoors and be nowhere near it and trigger all of them, etc.

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  • By M. Heltsley

    April 15, 2017

    This makes a huge difference! I love my flash triggers, and use them all the time. I use them for speedlights, and for studio strobes, and to combine them when needed. I have Alien Bees and Einsteins as well as a collection of various manual and canon branded speedlights. The flash triggers work on all of them and this controller easily allows me to control them in groups, with or without TTL mixed in, and quickly and easily switch between different groups and configurations. I use these for events where I have different setups for different parts of the room, then quickly and easily move between those groups with this commander and I'm always in control. Some groups have TTL for its dynamic lighting ability and some use manual controls, and I can even use them all together. It's better than any other system I have (and I have several, Cybersync, radio popper jrx, pocket wizard). I recommend this to everyone.

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  • By Tom Marvel

    April 9, 2017

    I normally don't write reviews or give feedback but I'm making an exception for this product Yougnuo has been amazing since it introduced the YN-622 transceiver The TX is beyond Even as a Canon shooter with flash control in my personal on screen camera menu, the TX makes it so much easier & effortless to control three light sources right from the shooting position Especially with a light in a soft box 9 feet in the air The TX worked perfectly right from the box Don't really to need to read the manual (The apparent google translate chinese to english is a game in of itself) I highly recommend downloading the The Other Youngnuo User Guide (I now have on-camera flash control on my Fuji, too) For all you fence sitters: Just buy this controller & don't look back If I was Pocket Wizard I would renew my prescription for Ambien so I could get some sleep at night

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  • By M. Wesala

    April 7, 2017

    My hope was this controller would allow me to use my Canon speedlights (along with the yn662C receivers) to control the flash units in manual mode and trigger them, on a NON CANON BODY. I was afraid the unit would have to interface with the camera to use ANY of the power adjustment features, but this is not the case. It is stand alone, and will adjust flash powers (again, in Manual Mode) and let me trigger them with the hot shoe of my Olympus EM1. I don't need TTL or ratios or anything, just reliable control of the flashes in manual mode and this lets me accomplish that. This is a pretty big deal for me, and I wanted to make sure I passed this info along to others who may be transitioning, or using mirrorless cameras that do not have a robust flash system of their own (i.e. Fuji, Olympus, Sony). Yes, they all have some sort of system, but in real world use, stupid simple and reliable is the name of the game, and this gives you that. I am currently using this with an EM1, a 580 EXII and a YN568EX.

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  • By k***E

    March 15, 2017

    I am a hobbyist photographer. I was to the point where i felt the need for an ability to trigger flashes wirelessly. The choice came down to Paul C Buff Einstein set or Yongnuo. Took the chance with Yongnuo and got entire system. The 2 TTL Flashes, 1 Wireless Trigger and 4 Transreceivers for Canon. Spent 475ish for this purchase which resulted in savings of about 900 vs Einstein. Really worthwhile and takes my learning to the next level. Entire system is easy to use. I didnt even read the manuals. Was able to get going right away. Flashes are very comparable to my 580 EXII and do the job fine. Here is the kicker. For the price of just one Canon flash, entire system came. YN 622 Transmitter and Transreceivers are simple and easy to use. The first order of Transreceivers seemed like used or returned product. So returned it and got replacement. It was easy fix. If you consider yourself upto an intermediate photographer, and are on a budget, just get this system. You will be happy.

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  • By Tom & Sue O.

    March 9, 2017

    We have used the Yongnuo YN-622c transceivers on our Canon and our Yongnuo speedlites for over a year and been impressed with the quality of construction, flawless performance and price, of course. I have been seeking the LCD flash controller since Yongnuo released the Nikon version last year. Finally found it and ordered from HKong and prepared to wait till the end of September for anticipated delivery. Received NINE days after ordering from HKong!!! I am as pleased with the shipping time as I am with the controller itself. If you have the YN622c controllers this will complement and round out your equipment. No longer will you have to twiddle around in the camera menu to set up your external flash. Wonderful product. Happy user.

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  • By Bill R

    February 23, 2017

    This thing is incredible. I really should of bought this earlier. The Canon camera can already adjust flash inside the menu system but that takes 3 steps to adjust a light were I can adjust here directly with a single button press and read the display instantly. It has a couple of other things you can't get inside the menu system. For some reason inside the Canon (XTi and 7D) you don't get 2nd curtain sync on remote flash unless you have this unit. And after testing this unit will actually allow you to dial TTL flash power down below the 1/128th power setting. Yes, that means you can make a flash go lower in power than manual but using the TTL flash compensation down. I've only found it helpful when doing shiny product photography but it's a nice extra that didn't cost so I'll take it.

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  • By Jim

    February 16, 2017

    I Ordered this YONGNUO YN-622C-TX E-TTL Wireless Flash Controller  YONGNUO YN-622C-TX E-TTL Wireless Flash Controller for Canon , because I have been using the YN-622c's to control my 2 Canon 580EXII's and my YOUNGNUO YN568EXII for over a year and really love them. I sold my pocket wizards and ordered 4 of the 622cs. One to use as a master controller on the camera and the other 3 for the flashes. I have shot many portrait sessions, weddings, events using green screensand I love them. My goal is to purchase 3 more YOUNGNUO Flash units and 2 more transceivers to set more flash units around the reception halls for my weddings so I can light the room with my wife and I each using the YN-622C TX's on our cameras. Smooth Y'all! All you Strobist's out there JUMP ON! Pros: Quality is great Size, about the same as the 622c about 1/2 the size of a deck of cards. Works perfectly! Price, Unbelievable at $40 US Cons: Please get someone to properly write the manuals in English.

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  • By Justin Labinski

    January 19, 2017

    Amazing! I have been using a cheap set of flash triggers for a while until they just broke. I wanted to upgrade to something with more control but didn't want to invest nearly a thousand dollars in the professional level triggers like pocket wizard. I already had a few Yongnuo flashes that were working great so I decided to try out their triggers and I'm so glad I did! The triggers work perfect! They have 3 channels to mix flash power level, built in E-TTL metering with focus assist you can even leave a trigger on without a flash in darker conditions just to help your cameras auto focus out. The only weird thing I noticed that might just be a setting change I haven't figured out yet is my Yongnuo flashes can't be controlled through the master controller. I use a mix of Canon and Yongnuo speed lights and only the Canons change when I adjust power levels. Great product will definitely be buy more as I add flashes. I use and Canon 5D Mark III and mix of speed light brands with no problems

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  • By MoCee

    January 10, 2017

    I've used this now four times and this set works flawlessly. I used this with two flashes, a Canon 580ex and 580exii. With the 580exii I can control the power output on the flash remotely from the transmitter on my camera. However, I cannot control the power output remotely with the 580ex - I can only fire the 580ex. So I purchased another 580exii in order to use these transmitter to their fullest potential. And they're great. I see that Adorama sells two 600rt speedlites with the Canon transmitter for $1200. If you have two 580exii speelights already, this Yongnuo radio transmitter system costs under $120. That's 10% of the "new" flash set up. Unless you REALLY NEED to have the latest flashes, I'd say save yourself over $1000 and take a mini vacation or buy another lens or buy an awesome guitar (I did!).

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