Yongnuo 622N - urgent...
I'm considering the Yongnuo 622N triggers and trying to figure out if they will do what I want.
For now I'm using a Yongnuo 568EX flash but in the future would add at least one more flash which could be any model from Nikon, Metz or Yongnuo, or whatever will be avaiable when that happens.
What I'm trying to be sure of is whether I could control one off camera flash or more (like no more than two or three) from the camera. Meaning to change zoom, power, etc. of each flash using the camera, so I don't have to physically go to each flash to change them.
One more question, in one review I've seen it mentioned that to see if it's in manual or in TTL mode, there is a light on the trigger that is either orange or gree. I'm colourblind and couldn't easily see the difference (I could side by side, but very difficult when only looking at one). Is this the only way to tell?
The thing is, if I want to get the 622N I have to order today...
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