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    Yongnuo 467 Flash

    Just got my Yongnuo 467 Flash, and have worked out how to get Hahnel Combi TF remote to
    work as expected.

    I wanted a off camera Flash, but Nikon SB700 is $300+

    I have only played with my YN467 a bit so far but it does what I wanted,
    and only cost $80 with a diffuser as well
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    for that price I would have just gone for the 468 with slightly more features and a digital screen which is handy for night time, and at roughly the same price.

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    Good work Chris, Hope we get to see some of your efforts with the new flash soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JM Tran View Post
    for that price I would have just gone for the 468 with slightly more features and a digital screen which is handy for night time, and at roughly the same price.
    I wanted to able to use the flash on camera as well as off camera, and as I have a Nikon D90 as far as I can
    this was the highest Yongnuo spec'd flash that works with Nikon at the moment.

    Would of liked to get one with digital screen

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    A lot of these aftermarket flashes also work as optical slaves.
    That is, they require no contact, wireless or otherwise, to work.
    They just see the other flash and then fire themselves almost instantly.

    Makes setting up a breeze and you don't have to worry if the camera's wireless can reach that far etc.
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    My current speedlite setup is YN 467 TTL on D300 and YN 560 with umbrella as slave unit.

    In a controlled room (living room) there is no need for remote trigger.
    Very happy with the YNs.

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