Following its unveiling earlier this month, Yongnuo has officially launched its new YN200 Speedlite, a compact TTL / HSS flash that strongly resembles the Godox AD200. As previously detailed, the Yongnuo YN200 offers a 200W output via a 2900mAh Lithium-ion battery and removable bare bulb (the head is not modular, however).

The YN200 Speedlite supports Yongnuo's newly announcement 560 PRO radio system, which integrates the YN-622 and YN560 radio systems. The pocket flash features an attachment bayonet for use with accessories, including a reflective cover. Yongnuo boasts an 'extreme speed' recycling time of 2 seconds and support for up to 500 full-power flashes before needing to recharge.

The company lists the following specs for its new flash:

- Model: YN200
- Flash output: 200W
- Guide No: 60m @ ISO100 (using the reflector)
- Color temperature: 5600k
- Power: 14.4V 2900mAh lithium battery
- Recycle time: About 0.01 - 2s
- Power Adjustment: 1/1 - 1/64
- Full power flashes: Up to 500
- Groups: A/B/C/D/E/F + 16 channels
- Trigger mode: Radio slave mode (YN560), optical transmission mode (SC/SN), S1, S2, synchronous interface trigger
- Flash mode: TTL, M, Multi
- Sync port: 3.5mm
- Charging: USB Type-C
- Firmware upgrade: micro-USB
- Dimensions: 205 x 78 x 53mm without flash tube (8 x 3 x 2in)
- Weight: 540g (1.1kbs) without battery and flash tube

Yongnuo is selling the YN200 Speedlite on eBay for $249 USD, as well as in a bundle featuring the flash and YN560-TX PRO transmitter for $301 USD. The flash also appears to be for sale on Amazon from a third-party seller.


Update (8/1/2019): This article has been updated to reflect that, unless you're the Hulk or Andre the Giant, this isn't technically a pocket-sized flash.