My off camera flash photography has consisted of manual control. Well and good for a still environment where I can compensate for existing lighting such as above.

In a dynamic environment such as an auto show or some type of expo (food, beer, comics, whatever) it's more difficult to deal with moving persons, changing sunlight, having to move equipment.

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My current equipment for lighting consists of 2 Canon 430EX II flashes and 1 Yongnuo 560 II flash (a full manual flash) along with 5 Cactus V5 transceivers (2 for backup; although they're RIDICULOUSLY easy to rebuild/fix). The photo above is a long exposure WITH all 3 flashes utilized as an example.

Anyway, I figure it's time for me to step up to a transceiver that can make full use of E-TTL and am leaning towards the Yongnuo 622c. I'd need 2 sets as I'm definitely purchasing a YN 568EX II (stronger than my 430s with ettl, HSS, and little more than half the price???? Yes, please!). I've also taken note that Cactus has introduced the V6 Transceivers as well.

I was wondering if anyone had any experience with either one of these 2 transceiver types.....

Thanks in advance!