Yongnuo YN-467 i-TTL Speedlight for Nikon released

After a few months delay, Yongnuo Photographic Equipment's powerzoom speedlight, the YN-467, has been released in the Nikon version on eBay.

Yongnuo YN-467 for Nikon

Yongnuo YN-467 for Nikon

Hong Kong: After a few months delay, Yongnuo Photographic Equipment’s powerzoom speedlight, the YN-467, has been released in the Nikon version on eBay. The flashgun includes all of the features of the previously-released Canon version but with compatibility for Nikon iTTL cameras (D2H and newer). The current price is $94.99 from the official Yongnuo store.

It is rumoured that the delay between the Canon and Nikon versions of the YN-467 was due to technical hurdles with the automatic zoom feature. With this release, the Nikon YN-468 may not be far away. The YN-467 is Yongnuo’s second iTTL flashgun, after the YN-465. It adds an automatic zoom head, flash exposure compensation (FEC), faster recycling and two slave modes (S1 and S2). The Nikon version of the YN-468, when released, will add an LCD, stroboscopic mode and more power settings. No YN-56X series TTL flash has yet been announced. You can compare the features of the YN-467 with other YN-46X series flashes here.


Model YN-467
TTL mode Yes, for Nikon
Manual mode Yes, 1/1 to 1/64
Multi mode No
Optical slave Yes, S1 and S2
Zoom head Autozoom 24-85mm
Manual zoom control No
Recycle time @ full power 2s
GN, metres (Iso 100/200) 24/33
Pre-flash and FE lock Yes
Exposure compensation Yes
Rear curtain sync Yes
AF-assist lamp Yes
Fine tuning FEC +/- 1.5EV in 1/2 steps
Tilt -7 – 90°
Swivel 270°
Flash duration 1/800 – 1/20,000s
Colour temperature 5,600K
Dimensions 72 * 85 * 135mm
Net weight 250g

Further reading

More images and details can be found on the Yongnuo YN-467 product page.

Where to buy

The Yongnuo YN-467 for Nikon is available on eBay from several sellers for around US$90-95, and listed at the official Yongnuo store for $94.99 with a 12 month warranty.

One customer reports that Yongnuo will honour the warranty even if you don’t buy from the official eBay outlet.

David Selby
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.