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By eL GuajiRo
December 15, 2017
OMG is pretty much all i have to say about this kit deal. I got this kit to pair with my D7100 and YN568EX speed light and i have to so i am very glad i didn't fall for the trappings of "well known name brands" too many times people into more serious photography insist that they have to by the absolute most expensive gear or they will be missing out on functionality, but on the contrary, in the instance of these triggers you actually get a lot more value and functionality than you would if you settled into something much more expensive and "well known brands". They are WELL BUILT. The TX sits well on top of my DSLR and is not too big to where i feel like i basically have the speed light mounted on there. The 622N is pretty much the exact same size so no issues there. The battery life for both of the units is pretty damn amazing. i have had the same battery's in there since i bought these and have not had to recharge them yet, and i shoot with these every single day for at least a total of 5 hours daily. Paired with my YN568EX i can easily access ALL of the flashes settings from the TX units menu mounted on top of my hot shoe with ease. I plan on getting a second YN622N for an other speed light i have very soon :)
By Mark Strickland
November 17, 2017
Generally I am not a flash photography enthusiast but this flash unit has changed my mind. After using it for about 6 months I am now starting to use it more often to improve the shots I take. I am certainly not a professional photographer but an avid amateur. I use a cropped sensor Nikon 5300 and a Tamron 16-300 lens most of the time. When I started shopping for a flash unit I wanted one that was pretty smart. I like to "stumble on" neat scenes and just pull out the camera shoot. Having to fiddle with lots of flash settings, at least like I did in the days of 35mm film, was not much fun and I missed some shots. As DSLR cameras began to have very high ISO settings available flash, for me, became less important. This unit lets you pull out the camera, slide on the flash unit, and start shooting. It automatically sets it self to match the current zoom on my Tamron lens as well as the current shooting mode on the camera. I am sure I could study the settings and make some improvements under some conditions but in general it just works. Most of the time I set either automatic aperture or shutter priority depending on what I am trying to accomplish with the flash shot. This unit does great fill flash when you have some existing light. It also does a great job on closer portrait type shots. I recently wanted to take a picture of an ikebana arrangement my wife had made. Ikebana is generally pretty sparse. This one had a small hawthorn branch with red berries that made the composition pretty challenging since it was not easy to capture the arrangement and minimize the background. I decided to set up a black cloth background and use flash. The results were great. With out any fiddling on the flash unit my first shot highlighted the dark brown brach against the black background perfectly and the single white chrysanthemum was also exposed well. The low shiny black plastic container had an interesting reflection highlight created by the flash unit. It only took a couple of hand held shots adjusting the zoom to get what I wanted which became a photo on some notecards that I printed myself. The remote wireless unit also helps create some interesting shots. You can put the flash behind your subject and back light it with flash. This unit does NOT require line of sight to flash when using the remote mode like some infrared units. Mount the flash on your tripod and put it out of the scene to the side and behind or just lay it on the ground and flash upward behind your subjects. If you are considering a flash unit I think this unit would work for a pro or an amateur like me who likes to concentrate on the subject not the camera and flash settings. Highly recommended.
November 6, 2017
The perfect way to control your Flash. What can this do? Of course you can wirelessly trigger TTL flashes with full TTL functions, as well as remotely control power and flash zoom settings. Shooting with off-camera TTL flash is incredibly easy. It used to be a huge job,especially outdoors, when you had to get a light meter, adjust your camera, to the flash, not the flash to the camera, and it was a hassle. NO MORE! Say goodbye to manual mode, or having to have NIKON Speedlites only,=or any proprietary stuff again for that matter, ie the same brand of flashes for slave and master etc, NO MORE. Never again worry about setting values on your camera so your flash photos are exposed properly. This thing works, and has LCD reliable wireless radio-based TTL triggering and remote power control in a tiny package. Functions Wireless 2.4GHz which is much better than 433Mhz ==the crowded frequency loaded with car remotes, business radios, and all kinds of "flash triggering' devices. When you read a review that says, "it worked 2 days perfectly, then I had a big outdooor wedding and the flash either went off when it wanted to or woudn't work when I needed it to. (I can just about guarantee you that this reviewer had a 433Mhz system--it was being interferred with by who knows what.) What you can do with this that you could not do with out or with other system: TTL and Manual Flash Triggering Remote power control of groups (A/B/C) in TTL with +/- EV adjustments Mix TTL and Manual flash fire some groups in TTL, others as manual. Remote power control in A:B ratio modes with +/- EV adjustments High speed sync shutter speeds up to 1/8000 sec. Second curtain sync functions And more. I love that I can set up my flashes around the room, and magically call them into action =groups a, b, c when shots or situations arise. Its a great way to get candid shots with speed and agility.
November 2, 2017
I received these about a 2 weeks ago. After purchasing the YN-622N-TX and the YN-622N kit and using it for about a week, I bought 2 more transceivers. So far these things have done everything they are supposed to do. I've tested HSS, TTL and manual. Everything synced up immediately and worked perfectly. These triggers appear fairly well made and are fairly easy to use. The only tiny pain point are the knobs used to tighten them onto the hotshoe feel like they need a little lubrication when they are all the way up or down. I guess it's just the plastic binding a little bit. It's not a big deal, but it was enough for me to notice. First thing I did when I got the TX was install the firmware. This was the worst part of the whole experience. That was because the download is overseas and it took about an hour and quite a few attempts to get the fairly small updater and new ROM downloaded. Once I got past that, the installer worked fine and I was updated to the latest firmware. Keep in mind it does NOT come with a USB cable. So far, no significant complaints. Love these triggers!
By G. Wood
October 26, 2017
Works like it should at a much lower price point. I was a little disappointed when I received it and the transmitter does not sit vertical on the camera. It is a minor convenience for the most part, but when you are setup on a tripod with the camera at eye height, it is inconvenient. I am still happy with it, of course, but that could have been corrected for use in the vertical position so that you can set and read the display. It was given 4 stars simply because you cannot see the display when the camera is at height.
October 19, 2017
This is a great example of how the engineers at Yongnuo saw a void in the market and filled it - wireless iTTL that just plain works, with all the customization you need at your fingertips (and it doesn't stick 5" up off the camera like some other brands). In my case, this is being used with a Nikon D5000, D7000, and 2 SB-600s, With the latest firmware, I rarely have any missed flashes (and when it does, a simple push of the test button gets everything going again). For an advanced hobbyist like me, these things are perfect. For a pro (or even semi-pro), they might not be reliable enough, but might be a good foot in the door or backup to the more expensive units. I have been using them for a while now, and they are just fantastic.
September 23, 2017
For a long time, I've looked for a radio trigger system that would work with both newer Nikon Cameras...D700 and later...as well as one that would provide triggering for "legacy" Nikon flashes...SB-24 & SB-26 to be specific...AND would also be compatible with studio strobes, such as my Alien Bees. Cutting to the chase now, I was never able to find a "Universal Solution" to a trigger system that would fire these 3 different categories of strobes. Some would work with one or two successfully, but nothing I tried...neither radio nor optical...would work with everything I wanted to use in many different photo projects. After reading some very positive reviews about the Yongnuo units, I decided to see if going this direction might let me use any combination of old, new and studio strobe units. I ordered 1 Transmitter/Controller and a total of three of the "Transceivers" and received them a few days ago. After spending some time reading through the manuals...(not the best, as has been noted..)...and working through the various options such as changing channels, groups and TTL/Manual options....and being able to use the 'test' buttons to activate the remotes....(ll of this successfully) it was time to enter the "Final Test Phase"...and see how all of this new hardware would work when connected to my camera...a Nikon D750, (I had noted that the D750 was NOT listed as a camera that would work with the Yongnuo gear....but I was sure that was just an oversight. It only took a few minutes to attach the controller to my D750, slip a flash unit on the transceiver, turn on everything needed....and then....verify that all was in working order by pressing the "Test" button on the controller...and was greeted by a satisfying 'pop' of light from my Nikon SB700. Great, all good so far...now for the Acid Test....! Pressing the shutter release button on the D750 activated............NOTHING....!! Whoops....not a good sign. After checking all of the switches again, making sure that the "test' button on the controller would fire the flash unit....switching to another strobe...and some head scratching...I was puzzled. At that point, I moved the controller to my D610...and BINGO...it worked as I had hoped..! So....a trip to the PC to research any compatibility issues...and soon I found a You Tube with a 'Simple Fix for D750 not firing when using a Yongnuo TX unit"... Here is the link... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7apZFg7Rduc Spoiler Alert here....the problem is with the way the hot shoe of the Yongnuo fits in the hot shoe of the D750. It seems that the Controller slides into the Nikon hot shoe just a tiny bit too far...and that makes it so the contacts don't touch as they should. In the You Tube, the narrator shows how to slide the controller into the Nikon shoe, give the locking wheel of the Controller a couple of turns, then slide the Yongnuo towards the back of the camera just a bit...at that point you will hear the 'click' from the locking pin of the Controller as it drops into the Nikon's hot shoe...and everything will be in alignment.....YAAAAY.. After getting to this point, (Huge Relief, BTW..!), I tried a variety of strobes, SB-400, SB-500 (neither of which is listed as 'compatible' in the Yonguno list), my older SB-22s, SB-24 and 26 units, my newer SB-400, SB-500 and SB-700, as well as an AlienBee....all worked fine...so I am pleased to have all of this nifty gear working as I had hoped... Now to take some actual photos.....!! Finally, I am very pleased with the Yongnuo equipment...it looks like it will ease my jobs a lot now that I can mix and match a wide variety of lighting gear...!
September 21, 2017
I've owned Pocket Wizard Plus II's and these work just as well so far. Mine function exactly as you'd expect. I'm firing a Quantum flash with it on a Nikon body, so I can't attest to the TTL, but I rarely use TTL for flash. I prefer to use a flash meter. Build quality doesn't seem to be a problem, but I also haven't dropped or really abused them. I'll probably buy a Yongnuo speedlite as soon as I figure out which one works directly with the transceiver unit..... I just left the protective film on them. Seems like the glossy face would get scratched up easily.
By Matthew V Hnatov
September 15, 2017
Fantastic! As a novice flash portrait photographer (though I've been shooting landscape/nature and urban photography for decades) it took me less than a half hour of 'playing around' with them and a YouTube video to get up and running. I was asked to take portraits for our church directory and with this inexpensive kit, I got the job done to rave reviews. Simple 3 light set up, each flash controlled separately, a couple of cheap umprella and a grid for the hair light - Boom! Done! I'm a hero. Nikon equipment. D600. SB900, SB700, SB600 (all flashes bought second hand in NYC).
September 12, 2017
Purchased this kit as I needed something with TTL to trigger a HSS light (Adorama Rovelight 600b). I've purchased and used a different style of Yongnuo trigger in the past, and that piece of gear is STILL in my gear bag (works perfectly)! I decided I would give Yongnuo another chance and they certainly didn't disappoint. I've logged well over 4000 exposures using this kit and I have had zero issues in the past 5 months of owning it. Its surprisingly reliable and I admit I've dropped both the transmitter and receiver several times. If this unit were to fail tomorrow, I would buy another one. In fact, I plan to buy an additional one as a backup (still cheaper than buying name brand). I've had zero issues. NONE. It has triggered 100% of the time and been absolutely flawless.
May 3, 2017
Purchased the controller and 4 transceivers based on good experience with the RF-603N triggers my son gave me a couple of years ago. If I weren't bald already I'd have torn my hair out trying to get them to work. I read the instructions which are pretty straightforward. They didn't work, or were not in synch with the shutter. I was using two SB600s to start, with two cameras, a D5100 and a D7100. Finally I read fine print, and I came up with a method that seems to work. At least now all 4 transceivers will trigger the flashes (2 SB600s, 1 SB800 and 1 SB900) in TTL in synch with the shutter. At first one SB600 wouldn't play well on TTL but worked on Manual. The manual says set everything to factory defaults to start out. So I re-set the camera shooting menu to factory default. The sequence I now follow is: Put the control unit on the camera, turn on camera, then controller and set the channel and group settings however you want them. I'd put all flashes on the same group the first time. Then I put the flashes onto the transceivers. Turn on the flash, (set to factory default the first time and set it to TTL mode), and then the transceiver under it. Flashes have to be in TTL mode all the time, the controller and transceivers will work in manual mode when you set them that way, but the flash has to be in TTL mode. Set the transceiver to the channel and group you want for the flash. At the camera, press the shutter half-way down. This "wakes up" the transceivers and flashes. Then while holding the shutter release down halfway, press the "Test" button on the controller. When you let up on the test button, the flashes will go off. Afterward, if all goes OK, the flashes all work on TTL and you can then set them to manual to control light output as you desire. One flash, and SB600, refused to work (synch) in TTL, but would work when the controller was set to manual. I did two resets to factory defaults on that flash to no avail. Then I turned everything off and went away for a couple of hours. I came back and turned everything on in the sequence above and, voila!, even the recalcitrant SB600 worked in TTL mode. Why? I don't know. I think the little sprites in each of the controller and transceivers have to decide they like you before it all works. But now it does and seems to be consistent, with both cameras. It never has worked with the little SB400 though. That is my experience. I like the system and hope to get out into the field and try it out soon. Four stars for frustration.
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