Yongnuo have improved the quality of electronics in the latest batch of Speedlites YN-565EX for Canon. The changes will apparently improve reliability in the units.
Following the release of their TTL YN-565EX and manual YN-560 II speedlights, Shenzhen-based Yongnuo have announced a hotshoe flashgun with features somewhere in between the two.
Looking for a budget external flashgun that you can control in both manual and TTL modes? Yongnuo, the Shenzhen-based photo accessory manufacturer, have updated their YN467 speedlight with a refreshed model, the YN467-II.
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Chinese flashgun manufacturer Yongnuo have brought out two new speedlights for on- and off-camera flash photography.
Four months after the release of the YN-565EX for Canon, the Nikon i-TTL version of Yongnuo’s flagship speedlight is now available.
Chinese manufacturer Yongnuo have introduced several new LED lamps, some of them with the ability to “flash” in synchronisation with a DSLR.
The feature-packed YN-565EX, supporting both Nikon & Canon wireless systems at the same time, is now on sale for US$180.
Yongnuo, the Chinese flash manufacturer, have unveiled details of the first product in their forthcoming EX-series of wireless flashes.
Yongnuo RF-603 wireless flash triggers are now available at around US$45 per set.
Yongnuo have announced the RF-603 wireless flash triggering and shutter release system, a transceiver-based replacement to the popular RF-602 series triggers.
Yongnuo’s YN460-TX / YN460-RX wireless TTL speedlight kits are now available to purchase from US$350.