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The Yongnuo YN-622N II i-TTL radio synchronizer for Nikon - is a new version of the popular Yongnuo i-TTL radio synchronizer. The main differences between the Yongnuo YN-622N II radio synchronizer from the previous version: The main innovation of the second generation of the Yongnuo YN-622N II synchronizers is direct support for synchronization with the Yongnuo YN560-TX controller. This means that the new version of the YN-622N II trigger can control and fire not only flashes on YN-622 transceivers, but also Yongnuo hand flashes with a built-in synchronizer receiver: YN-560 II, YN560 IV, YN660, etc. Significant update of YN622N II in the design - a new system of quick attachment of the contact heel "hot heel". It is a swivel clamp that allows you to easily fix the updated synchronizer in the camera's hot shoe or on the flash holders on the stands.In addition, the Yongnuo YN-622N II radio synchronizer has a USB port in the case for updating the firmware of the internal software. The Yongnuo YN-622N II radio synchronizer is designed for remote triggering and control of external on-camera flashes in TTL, i-TTL, manual (M) modes and for triggering monoblock studio flashes. A flash that is remote from the camera at a distance can be easily controlled as if it were standing on the camera's hot shoe - no need to walk around trying to bump and drop stands with umbrellas, softboxes and flash adjustments manually - necessary adjustments can be made remotely directly from camera menu (for compatible models of flash cameras). In terms of its properties, the Pixel King is very similar to the PocketWizard and Pixel King. Support for i-TTL, TTL modes, high-speed sync up to 1/8000, sync on the first and / or second curtain of the shutter, control of flash output from a distance, several independent groups of controlled flashes - all this and much more is available using Yongnuo YN- 622N II for Nikon. Main functional characteristics of Yongnuo YN-622N II radio synchronizer for Nikon: Support for modes: iTTL / Manual / Multi, Synchronization: first curtain shutter, second curtain, high-speed synchronization (FP / HSS), max. 1/8000 sec., Supports i-TTL / Manual / Multi, iTTL Loop Through, Supports Exposure Compensation (FEC), Supports Exposure Bracketing (FEB), Supports Exposure Lock (FEL), Supports Modeling Flash, Supports i- Group TTL mode (all groups; A: B; A: B C) (via the flash on the transmitter), Supports Manual / Multi groups (all groups; A: B; A: B C), Supports flash zoom (auto / manual) , Supports AF illuminator, PC port support, Software update support, Sync in live-view mode, Supports high-speed sync in continuous shooting mode, Compatible with all Yongnuo / Nikon SB-series flash units, Supports non-TTL flash center sync (max . 1/250 sec.), Signal transmission at a frequency of 2.4 GHz, Sensing range up to 100 m, Operation from 2 AA-batteries