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    Yongnuo Stikes Back With the YN200

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    Re: Yongnuo Stikes Back With the YN200

    Nice! I love my Yongnui speedlight. I may have to look into this if I can free up some funds. Thanks for posting it

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    Re: Yongnuo Stikes Back With the YN200

    This looks interesting. I have 3 Yongnuo flash units and 3 SB900 Nikon flash. The only flash I had problems with was one of the new SB900 but I was able to repair it, a shorted SMD capacitor in the buck regulator. My newest flash is a YN968n which has a built in receiver and controller which works great. It is a bit higher output then the Nikons so I have to deal 1/2- 1 stop lower output to balance the SB900s.
    Which is to say, I have had very good results with the flashes and controllers. They get used every day and usually in the field so have a hard life. This 200w/s flash head might be enough power so strobes don't have to be carted around for outdoor sessions. Considering the Nikon SB900 were $600 each, and 1/3-1/4th the power a couple of these could be very useful. I considered the Godox but with incompatible controllers, it would not be practical to mix.

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    Re: Yongnuo Stikes Back With the YN200

    $189 on Amazon

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