The low-price Chinese photography brand just went mainstream: B&H Photo has started listing Yongnuo lighting gear.
Yongnuo’s radio-enabled TTL flash, the YN600EX-RT — designed to be compatible with Canon’s RT system — is now on sale.
The new Yongnuo RF-605C adds group functionality to the company’s popular low-priced 2.4GHz triggering system.
You can now order the Yongnuo YN300W, a mains-powered studio flash with E-TTL support.
The Yongnuo Speedlite YN560 IV is a radio-enabled manual flash with the features of the YN560-III and YN560-TX rolled into one.
Yongnuo has released official photos and specs of its upcoming Speedlite YN600EX-RT, a third-party flashgun for the Canon RT radio transmission system.
The YN-622N-TX is an optional Commander unit for the Yongnuo YN-622 i-TTL flash triggering system. Is it any good?
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What if hotshoe flashes were studio-sized and ran from the mains? That’s what the TTL-enabled Yongnuo YN300W could offer.
The Canon version of Yongnuo’s YN-622 Wireless Flash Controller has been released.
The YN-14M is an affordable macro ring flash with all-manual LCD controls.
The YN560-TX is a master unit that can control the YN560-III and RF-602/3-series flashes and triggers.