YONGNUO SPEEDLITE YN200 – NEW PORTABLE FLASH WITH FAMILIAR DESIGN
The company Yongnuo has released a new monoblock Speedlite YN200, which looks like an obvious clone of the pocket flash Godox AD200. Information about the new product appeared on the Yongnuo website, although no details have yet been provided, and at present little is known about the model.
YN200 was first discovered by Flash Havoc, which claims that the speedlight with an incandescent lamp has a power of about 200 J and is compatible with the new YN560-TX PRO trigger, as well as with existing YN560 and YN622-based flagship monoblock models.
It can be argued that the monoblock designs are naturally very similar to one another and vary little over the course of decades, but the similarity between the YN200 and the aforementioned Godox AD200 module is incredible.
According to the report, the Yongnuo flash will offer full support for HSS, TTL, Remote Zoom and Remote Manual (if necessary), radio mode with automatic recognition for Sony, Canon and Nikon systems, as well as a removable lithium-ion battery. Unlike the Godox AD200, it is assumed that the YN200 will have a fixed head structure.
Currently, the company has not launched an official product presentation, and official Speedlite YN200 data are largely unavailable. This means that the details and prices remain unknown.