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But how about a TTL flash for under 75$? With an additional “M” mode for “strobist” photography on top? That’s what you get with the Yongnuo YN-465!
The YN465, the first TTL model from the Chinese photo accessories company, is basically a TTL-enabled YN460. It is available in a Canon E-TTL (II) version or as a Nikon i-TTL model.
Here you can find the instruction manual of the Yongnuo YN-465. Simply click on the preview images for the big versions.
Pages 1 and 2
Safety warnings, speedlite parts and their functions, control buttons, installing batteries, powering on
Pages 3 and 4
TTL mode, M, test flash, setting flash functions from camera menu, standby, overheating protection, bounce flash, bounce card
Pages 5 and 6
Wide angle diffuser, rear curtain synch, flash exposure lock Nikon / Canon, AF assist light, flash exposure compensation, specifications, trouble shooting
I was asked to post more pictures taken in i-TTL mode with the YN465 so I used it more often than I’d normally do in the hot shoe of my Nikon D90 and not off camera. What I have here now is images with direct flash, fill flash and bounced flash. This post is an extension of the i-TTL review of the Yongnuo 465.