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By Cerrutti on June 23, 2017
No, there are models that are specific to Nikon and Canon.
By Brian J Sears on May 12, 2018
Yes, you can
By Ursula on March 6, 2018
By Dale B. on January 30, 2018
Yes and no. Yes, you can control it with the YN622 controller, but you would have to have the version of the speedlite made for Canon and not Nikon. Or, at least, that's what we found out when my friend tried my speedlite on his 5D Mark II and his 70D.
By Redzet on January 16, 2018
I am not sure. I have the D7100.
By Kimberly P. on January 6, 2018
I received this instructions: 1.power off then yn622-tx. 2.hold gr key to enter yn685 firmware upgrade agency mode , connetect yn622 to pc.… see more I received this instructions: 1.power off then yn622-tx. 2.hold gr key to enter yn685 firmware upgrade agency mode , connetect yn622 to pc. 3.power off and hold mode key then power on yn685n. 4.open yn685 update tools in windows, then browse and select the fm file: yn685n_diagnose_fm_r01.dfu, then click start. 5.after updating is finished, the yn685 will restart,please waiting for 5 seconds, then take a photo and send it to me. The photo should be like as below. 6.now please update the official firmware (YN685N_FW_V1.3.4.dfu) again to get it return to normal mode. If update fail, don't worry and try it again from the step 1. see less
By Luis Kuthe on January 4, 2018
YES YOU ARE RIGHT....
By Udaru Harada on November 8, 2017
Hi Friend, our YN685 N is compatible with Nikon D7000 with HSS function.
By Calantha on September 21, 2017
This flash can indeed take an external flash battery, however I have not tried one yet, but did read somewhere that this model uses the external Canon connector and not the one for Nikon. I can't confirm this however.
By Jazzman Enthusiast: Photography on May 25, 2017
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By Samuel Dang
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I have no reason to not give this offering 5 stars. I tried my hand at some product photography and needed a third light to control from my YN622n tx. I have an SB 800 and a YN568EX on 2 YN622 tx. The transceiver for this flash is built in. Unlike my other Yongnuo flashes the menu system seems intuitive on this model. The mounting slide and lock is a great addition too! Using a shoot through umbrella, the built in radio transceiver allows a more central placement of the light. The flash appears to work really well without the use of modifiers too.
September 23, 2017
By Kindle Customer
September 16, 2017
This flash, considering the price, is amazingly good. As a long time Nikon speedlight user (though I think they peaked at the SB800 and are going downhill since) I expected a piece of junk, frankly, but since it was RF compatible with the YN622N-TX, i figured I would try it. On the bad side it is really large, the documentation is typical Yongnuo (i.e. bad), and the head does not give a very clear indication when level vs slightly depressed. But on the good side it is powerful (I'd guess a bit below an SB800, but not much), recycles very fast, has all the features I needed, and so far has worked flawlessly. It also has a very nice "lock" position for the on/off switch that keeps you from accidentally changing settings while repositioning it (I wish the YN622N's had that actually). I use it primarily for off-camera flash, where the size is perhaps even an advantage. It is usable on-camera, but a bit bulky (not so much heavy as just large). I have also tested it in high speed sync (i.e. FP sync in Nikon terms) and it worked nicely up to 8000th, on and off camera. Some test shots against an SB800 showed similarly even spread of light, no hot/dark spots. Considering the price of a new Nikon RF enabled flass (and worst the RF controller for their pro cameras) this is a real bargain.
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By Hithem Y. Geddeda
February 2, 2017
its my 1st flash so i can't compare it with other stuff.. i'll write about my persona experience.. the build quality feels cheap.. i use it with 622tx transmitter and love how easy to setup using it always in manual mode.. i'll be getting the 2nd unit soon as the current one's hotshoe broke after an accident but the i still can control via transmitter
By Jeffrey B Snyder
January 29, 2017
January 24, 2017
Great flash. I love the hotshot locking system. The only draw back is that this things is a beast. It's huge but works flawlessly. With the integrated 622N trigger, this thing competes well with name brand and at it's current price point makes it a very attractive option over the Nikon SB900 series flash. I was torn but once used along with my 622N's and YN568EX flashes once configured, I completely lost interest in the Nikon flashes.
By Brian J Sears
January 9, 2017
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