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If you are using aperture priority mode with flash and (a) you have the ISO set fairly high or (b) you have a relatively powerful flash and a relatively well lit scene, even if the flash is set to reduce power at the camera's instruction, it flash may not be able to throttle down enough to prevent an overexposed image. To see whether this is the problem, ...


You'd probably be better off using a YN-622N-TX dedicated transmitter on the camera. It has a small LCD screen so you can see what your settings are all at once. The YN-622N only has a few LEDs to indicate a lot of different things, and it can be a bit more of a PITA to use than a YN-622N transceiver unit. If you still want TTL/FP (HSS) and remote power ...

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