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| p.2 #15 · First Impression: Yongnuo YN-622C vs Pixel King flash trigger |
Thanks for all the info.
From the Other User's Guide, I see that the hot shoe mount can only handle a 6V trigger voltage from the flash. That's a real shame for those of us who use some older, manual flashes. Even support for 12V would help for my stable of Vivitar 283's. I see that the PC sync port can handle 300V, but many of these older flashes do not have PC jacks.
Can the 622's be used as shutter triggers? I.e, can a cable run from the PC port on the 622 down to the 3-pin cable release port on the camera body so that I can trip the shutter remotely?
The OUG implies that the rechargeable NiMH we all use in our flashes are poorly suited for use in the 622. That kind of sucks, since using rechargeables is one of my main reasons for switching triggers. What's been everyone's experience with this? How will do NiMH batteries work with 622's?