Yongnuo has launched its new YN200 Speedlite, an apparent clone of the Godox AD200 pocket flash. A placeholder for the model has appeared on the Yongnuo website, though no details are provided and very little remains officially known about the model at this time.

The YN200 was first spotted by Flash Havoc, which claims the bare bulb speedlight may offer around 200W output and compatibility with the new YN560-TX PRO trigger, as well as existing transmitters and master speedlights based on the YN560 and YN622.

Sure, flash designs have naturally remained similar to one another for decades, but the resemblance is uncanny between the YN200 and the above Godox AD200 unit.

According to the report, the new Yongnuo speedlight will offer full HSS, TTL, Remote Zoom and Remote Manual support (when applicable), an auto sensing radio Receiver mode for Sony, Canon, and Nikon systems, and a removable Lithium-ion battery. Unlike the Godox AD200, it appears the YN200 has a fixed bare bulb head design.

The company hasn't launched a proper product page for the YN200 Speedlite at this time and official details are largely absent. Flash Havoc reports that Yongnuo has been showing off a prototype of its new flash at tradeshows, but availability and pricing remain unknown.