Canon 5D Mark IV Review: Upgrading From a 6D

    Canon 5d Mark Iv EmblemI have used dozens of cameras, from Sony to Olympus. Collectively, my friends have just about every popular camera on the market.

    Like most people, when I saw the Canon 5D Mark IV specs, I was very disappointed and skeptical.

    And I know those new, tiny, mirrorless cameras that shoot 40+ megapixels, 60fps 4k with focus peaking might sound appealing–but the 5D Mark IV is by far the best camera I’ve ever used. Read More

    Yongnuo YN622 Wireless Flash Trigger Review

    YN622 flash triggerAfter buying a Canon Speedlite 430EX II (see a full list of my gear) for my camera I wanted a remote trigger, but didn’t know exactly what I needed or how they worked. I took a risk and ordered the Yongnuo YN622 without much knowledge of the product and it was precisely what I needed.

    This thing works exactly as you’d expect. Just slip some batteries in, connect one to your camera’s hot shoe and the other to the flash, then BOOM you have a wireless flash setup. Each works as a transceiver, meaning they work as both a transmitter and receiver making it easy to figure out since there isn’t a difference between them which scared me away from other brands.

    If you’re new to flash and want to trigger yours wirelessly I highly recommend the Yongnuo YN622 (~$85 for 2 transceivers) because of the price and ease of use.

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    Yongnuo YN-622C Wireless ETTL Flash Trigger Receiver Transmitter Transceiver
    • Yongnuo First Wireless E-TTL Flash Trigger YN-622 C is Released now, it's designed for Canon Camera.
    • Using Digital FSK 2.4GHz frequency band with 7 channels, it has three mode, E-TTL ( II ), Manual and Multi, and it can fire flashes at 360 degree direction, the operating range is 100 metres.
    • It supports FEC, FEB, FEL, High-speed Sync, 1st. Curtain, 2nd. Curtain, Modeling flash, ETTL II Group Ratio (ALL/A:B/A:B C), Manual/Multi group (ALL/ A:B/ A:B:C), Manual and Multi mode, Auto Zooming, Manual Zooming, AF Lamp.