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YongNuo YN-468 II E-TTL Speedlite With LCD Display, for Canon 50D 40D T1i Xsi XS

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  • Circuit design: Integrated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
  • Flash adjustment: TTL auto flash or manual 8 level (1/128~1/1) light quantity output control with 0.3 stop increment
  • Suitable for: Canon 60D 50D 40D 30D 500D/T1i, 450D/Xsi, 400D/Xti, 350D, 550D, 1000D
  • YN468II With Metal Hotshoe stand,Improved button design,equiped with standard PC port for synchronous firing
  • Flash mode: TTL / M / Multi / S1 / S2; Zoom range: Auto, 24, 28, 35, 50, 70, 85mm
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  • Item Weight: 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00660H6KU
  • Item model number: 88014452
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 8, 2010

Product Description

Upgraded Flash Speedlite YN-468, it's designed for Canon DSLR Camera. The main difference between YN-468 and YN-467 is that YN-468 has the LED Display, Multi Strobeflash function, and can set the focus position of the light head manually, more professional and higher efficiency. Function: a), TTL mode, the metering system of this camera will detect flash illumination reflected back from the object so as to automatically control flash output in this mode. In this E-TTL mode, you can also make compensation of flash brightness with the " Output contral knob" within the range of ±3 ev, with the precision of 1/3 ev. (The compensation value can be added to the compensation value set on the camera.) b), Auto Zoom 1),The flash speedlite will move forward and backward with the changes of lens focus to suit different illumintion zones when it is mounted on the camera which supports E-TTL Function, the zoom range is 24mm - 85mm. 2), You also can set the focus position for the light head manually by pressing the mode swithc button + Power button. c), Multi Mode, it's the strobeflash mode, the flash light will output the power, flash frequency and time flash you have set. d), M mode, you can set flash luminance as per your favorite, luminance level will be displayed by luminance indicator. When taking photos, you only require setting the flash luminance, adjust the camera and press the shutter, the flash light will flash under the camera synchronous signal. e), S1 Mode, it will work with the first work of the master flash synchronously in this mode, with the result consistent with the use of radio slave. f), S2 Mode, it can support the master flash in TTL mode. In particular, if S1 mode can not have correct and synchronous flash with the inbuilt flash, you can try to use S2 mode

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Customer Reviews

The E-TTL worked well for our canon t3i.
Steph Maison
While I own both Nikon and Canon brand name flashes, this Yongnuo holds it's own pretty well.
Albert Jurina III
They really do work well and I've been very pleased with the results.
Paul Tucker

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99 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Daniel E. Sennett on November 5, 2012
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Background: Professional photographer of 6 years, specializing in portrait and event photography.

While most people who have left reviews did a few tests here and there to see if it was reliable and working, I decided a trial by fire was the best way to see if I liked it, so I took it right out on the job with me. I had it for less than a day before I was set to go to Tucson Comic Con as the official photographer, and while it took a glance at the manual to figure out how to manually set the zoom head position and a few other useful things, it is far more intuitive than most brand-name flashes that you will come across as your career/hobby progresses.

I have used many flashes, and of those costing less than your firstborn or your favorite appendages, this is by far the best. The main reason I bought this flash unit was to replace an old Canon 430ex I had that died a horrible death (big boom) and meet my needs of a flash unit that could operate in automatic to allow me to focus on quickly snapping pictures without calibration, and this meets those needs above and beyond what I expected. While it may have a lower guide number, I was not left wanting more power even in the dismal stadium-style lighting of the TCC exhibit hall.

In the 18+ hours that I mercilessly ran it through the wringer photographing the people and events that populated the convention, I had no issues with the flash. It even got knocked off a table by an oblivious fast-moving con-goer and, while the batteries popped out and had to be chased down, it sustained no damage and went right on ticking.
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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By P. W on January 5, 2012
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I'm a relatively inexperienced but enthusiastic photographer with less than 6 months experience. I used this flash mainly with a Canon T2i and the Tamron 28-75 f 2.8

This is my second yong nuo flash. My other one is a 560 all manual flash. I decided I needed TTL after seeing a few totally ruined photos that would've been perfect if I had remembered to change my output with my zooming.

I really like the TTL. I like the fact that you can take the flash +/- 3 Exposure Bias to drop down into the fill flash category.

The AF assist beam makes the price alone worth it. Are you tired of your DSLR 'hunting' for focus in dark situations? The laser grid this thing projects is extremely useful. To test how smart it was I went into my bathroom turned all the lights off and the beam made the camera grab focus in roughly the same time it did with the lights on.

The quality of light is very clean and the head articulates for all the necessary angles.

Works with all of canon's TTL Flash Control menus no problem.

Build quality feels on par with the 18-55 kit lens that comes with the entry level DSLRs nowadays. Not much metal but no foreseeable problems.

This is a bit smaller than the yn560/canon 580 series which is nice.

I highly recommend this to help get better focus in dark situations and forget about adjusting flash all the time. Will I want something better in a couple years if I get good enough to utilize it? Yes. Will I have a better use of 100$ in the near future with regards to my camera? No. If you've never used eTTL flash or external flash in general I'd get this to learn with.

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By J. Essig on July 1, 2012
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I am a budding photo enthusiast. I currently shoot a Canon T3i with the kit lens and a 50mm prime. While I was quite happy with my photos in good light, I really wanted more in low-light, particularly indoors. While I was able to get some good indoor party shots with my 50mm prime without flash, there were times where I just couldn't get a sharp shot. The built-in flash of the camera allowed me to take sharper pictures, but blew everything out and made my pictures look like they came out of one of those disposables. After doing way more research than I should online about flashes, I finally decided to give this flash a try. First off, it has every feature I can imagine using and the ability to swivel and tilt the flash to bounce it off different surfaces is a godsend. My indoor shots look almost professional now, using the full automatic mode (my camera completely controls it). I was stunned by how much a good flash can influence the quality of my pictures. I am very happy I didn't pay over $400 for a Canon equivalent because even if it was better, I can't imagine it would have been better enough to justify the cost. Just so people know, this is a large flash, conspicuously so on the fairly compact T3i. It runs off of 4 AA batteries so it adds noticeable weight to the camera. The build quality is nice with everything fitting together properly and it should hold up pretty well for my uses.

I was considering spending nearly $1100 on a faster lens, but tried this instead. I am pretty sure I got many times over my money's worth by getting this flash than I would have with the new lens and no flash. And just for fun, I took this flash with me to a recent wedding reception. The people at my table were so taken with the photos that I was getting that 3 of them will be buying one of these flashes very soon.
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