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FORUMS General Gear Talk Flash and Studio Lighting 
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Yongnuo 468 flash for 7D

 
eco_bach
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Jan 20, 2011 17:48 |  #1

Convinced this may be a good budget buy
http://cheesycam.com/y​ongnuo-468-flash-talk/ (external link)

Anyone use it on the 7D? Likes, dislikes

Where would I buy it?(I assume online somewhere)




  
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blssdwlf
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Jan 20, 2011 19:44 |  #2

The last recent comment from Rick is a downer where he un-recommended the flash after it failed on him.


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Jan 20, 2011 23:42 |  #3

I have one. I like how the 580exII locks in this does not hold on as well


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Jan 21, 2011 00:23 |  #4

I have one and love it, works perfect on my 7D. Got mine directly from the manufacture, a bit more $$$ but he gives you a 1 year warranty. http://myworld.ebay.co​m/hkyongnuophotoequipm​ent/ (external link)


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Jan 21, 2011 02:19 |  #5

if you got a 7D spring for a canon, 430ex , you can control it wirelessly built in to camera, 175$ + free wireless. (not as far as range of cheap wireless)
or chinese flash + 50 dollars or so wireless system.
that being said i like my 50 dollar manual only yn460II for ocf
price differance is like what 25 30 bucks?


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