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Yongnuo YN622N II
Yongnuo YN622N Mark II Triggers for Nikon. An update to the world’s most popular choice for multiple flashes photography. YN622N II triggers now come with quick release lever locking hotshoes, and most importantly USB ports for firmware updates, as well as an easily selectable 560-RX mode, and slightly more flush mounted buttons. YN622 triggers support TTL, HSS, manual, multi modes, Flash Exposure Compensation, Flash Exposure Bracketing, modeling Flash, I-TTL group ratios and much more… Paired with YN622N-TX master controller they have all the same functions as much more expensive Phottix Odin, Pixel King or Pocket Wizards. I have never heard of someone who is not impressed by Yongnuo YN-622N II triggers
Yongnuo YN622N II | Triggers for Nikon
Yongnuo YN622N II is a newer version of the original YN622N triggers. Updates to the very popular original YN-622N TTL triggers include quick release lever locking hotshoes, most importantly USB ports for firmware updates, as well as an easily selectable 560-RX mode, and slightly more flush mounted buttons.
The Yongnuo i-TTL Transceiver YN622N for Nikon Cameras 2-Pack is comprised of two 7-channel transceivers that work on the 2.4GHz frequency. The units have 3 working modes, I-TTL (II), Manual, and Multi, and have a 100m wireless range. The triggers supports FEC, FEB, FEL, 1st and 2nd Curtain Sync, Modeling flash, i-TTL II Group Ratio (ALL/A:B/A:B C), Manual/Multi group (ALL/ A:B/ A:B:C), Manual and Multi mode, Auto Zooming, Manual Zooming, and AF Lamp. The YN622N transceivers will also support HSS (High-Speed Sync) for action freezing and greater exposure latitude.
The updated YN622N II triggers again provide an 560-RX communication mode. Though this 560-RX mode is now easily selectable via the units On / Off switch. The 560-RX mode allows the Remote Manual YN560-TX to act as a transmitter unit to YN622N II as receivers, while providing remote manual power, and remote zoom control.
(The Manual YN560, and TTL YN622 systems where originally completely separate and incompatible systems. With this YongNuo are now working to slowly provide some compatibility between them).
Yongnuo YN622N mark II triggers for Nikon are the world’s most popular choice for multiple flashes photography. YN622 II triggers support TTL, HSS, manual, multi modes, Flash Exposure Compensation, Flash Exposure Bracketing, modeling Flash, i-TTL group ratios and much more…
These are the most popular triggers worldwide. Paired with Yongnuo YN622N-TX master controller they have all the same functions as much more expensive Phottix Odin, Pixel King or Pocket Wizards. I have never heard of someone who is not impressed with Yongnuo YN-622N II triggers.
YN-622N II i-TTL wireless flash trigger is a high performance master and slave equipment for multiple flashes photography. Using Digital FSK 2.4GHz frequency band with 7 channels, it has three modes, i-TTL, Manual and Multi, and it can fire flashes at 360 degree direction. The operating range is up to 100 metres. These triggers support FEC, FEB, FEL, High-speed Sync, 1st. Curtain, 2nd. Curtain, Modeling flash, TTL Group Ratio (ALL/A:B/A:B C), Manual/Multi group (ALL/ A:B/ A:B:C), Manual and Multi mode, Auto Zooming, Manual Zooming, AF Lamp…
YN622 triggers have few main advantages over cheaper RF-603 II triggers. The most important differences are:
TTL support – RF-603 triggers are manual-only triggers, YN622 triggers work in TTL mode
Sync speed – YN622 triggers synchronize at speeds up to 1/8000, RF-603II triggers synchronize at speeds up to 1/320, depending on camera model.
AF Assist beam – YN622 triggers have built in AF Assist lamp which helps camera to focus in low light situations. RF-603 II triggers do not have it.
Remote control over flash parameters. YN622 allow remote controlling of all main functions of flash speedlite, while RF-603 II do not.
Yongnuo YN622N II features
- Yongnuo YN622N II triggers support Full TTL Pass-through function when on camera – 1) Mount one YN-622N II transceiver into the hot shoe of camera, and mount other transceiver into the hot shoe of flash, you can trigger the flash at any direction in TTL, Manual or Multi mode. 2) Mount flash on hot shoe of YN-622N II transceiver already placed on camera, mount the second flash on other transceiver, both of flashes can be triggered at any direction in TTL, Manual or Multi mode.
- Shutter Sync – The max. sync speed is 1/8000s, but some cameras support only up to 1/4000s, and for those cameras and flashes which don’t suport HSS, the sync. speed will be just 1/250s or less. Different cameras have different Sync speed. This depends on camera, and it is not a limitation of YN622N II triggers.
- YN622N II triggers support 1st and 2nd curtain sync
- Remote Control Function – The parameter of flashes mounted on hot shoes of receivers can be set up remotely through the camera menu. You can find external speedlite menu in cameras options. There you will change all parameters of remote speedlites
- Support mixed mode – With this function, you can trigger remote speedlites in different modes; set up one YN-622N mark 2 transceiver on hot shoe of flash in TTL mode, set up the second YN-622N II transceiver on hot shoe of flash in manual mode, and the third YN-622N II transceiver on hot shoe of flash in multi mode, all three flashes can be fired via the transceiver mounted on hot shoe of camera. This mode is especially useful for some older camera bodies without a built-in flash menu. ( you need to set the parameters on speedlites )Note: Only FEC, FEB, Ratio and Shutter sync can be set in the camera side. Manual and Multi output need to be set on the flash speedlite.
- YN622N II triggers work with Strobe Studio flash light in HSS function – You can buy a PC Sync Cable LS-PC635 cable to connect the transceiver with the studio flash strobe, and then you can use the non-high speed sync flash to achieve higher synchronization and then you can use them together in HSS. The max. trigger voltage is less than 300 Voltage.
Note: The PC port is for output use only.
- Awakening function – When half-pressing the shutter button of the camera, the hot shoe flash mounted on the receiver will be awakened. ( for those flashes which support wake up function).
- Zoom Function – Zoom Automatic: zoom length will be changed depending on the changes of the lens setting.
Zoom Manual: Zoom length can be set within 24 – 105mm range
- Support Single-contact of camera and flash triggering – You can use YN622N trigger with Canon camera or Canon flash, but you have to set YN-622N in manual mode (the max. Sync. speed is 1/250s in this case).
- Flash Fire Ratios with ETTL – You can set up different flash fire ratios and FEC for those flashs on hot shoe of receivers
- YN622N II triggers use 2x AA batteries, (1.2v rechargeable battery or Alkaline), Stand-by time is 60 hours.
- Dimension: 89.5 * 53 * 39mm, net weight is 78g.
Yongnuo YN622N II - compatible with:
Nikon D4, D3X, D3S, D3, D2X, D800E, D800, D810, D750, D700, D610, D600, D300S, D300, D200, D7000, D7100, D7200, D90, D80, D5200, D5100, D5300,
D5000, D3300, D3200, D3100, D3000, D60, D40X, D40 and any other newer Nikon DSLR camera
Nikon: SB400, SB600, SB700, SB800, SB900, SB910,
Yongnuo: YN465N, YN467N, YN468N(II), YN560II, YN560III, YN565N, YN568N,
Other flash brands are also compatible: Nissin, Metz…
You can use YN-622N II triggers to fire studio strobes. You just need sync cable. Please check our excellent LS-PC635 sync cable
Yongnuo YN622N II - package includes:
2 x Yongnuo YN-622N II transceivers for Nikon
1 x Instruction in English and Chinese
1 x Original Yongnuo Box
Yongnuo YN622N II – Firmware Download
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Mladen Davidovic – :
The best radio triggers you can buy. Honestly i am really impressed. Very solid design, good weight also, they don’t feel like they are only 80 dollar triggers. These are many times cheaper than most name brand triggers, especially considering their features. Mark II version improves minor slip ups on the first model