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The only way I've been able to get 'Multi (Stroboscopic) Flash' to work wirelessly via a YN622-TX is to set the multi settings via the in-camera flash menu of my Canon camera with the YN622C-TX set to 'Manual' for the group(s) I'm using in 'Multi' mode. The flash should be set to '622 Remote - Slave'. The initial settings on the flash should be the "neutral"...


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Just a guess, but it is probably for the "Slave function" listed in the specs. When it is turned on, any sharp increase in brightness, such as another flash firing, detected at the optical sensor on the bottom front of the flash will trigger the flash. When in slave mode most shoe mounted flashes ignore the signals received through the contacts on the ...


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Yes. Use radio triggers. If you want to avoid firing the pop-up flash completely, then use a radio transmitter in the hotshoe that triggers a radio receiver attached to your off-camera flash, usually by the foot or the sync port. The Yongnuo YN-622C triggers are great for remote controlling with full TTL and high-speed sync (HSS), and the YN-685 has one ...


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I have the same camera as you. Under built-in flash settings in the menu you need to select the "custom wireless function" and select only the external flash (and NOT the easy wireless flash setting). By default both of them fire as you have noticed, so make sure that the icon there shows only the external flash. Notice that even when you select only the ...


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