Godox TT600 Flash Speedlite with Built-in 2.4G Wireless Transmission Compatible for Canon,Nikon,Pentax,Olympus and and Other Digital Cameras with Standard Hotshoe+ Diffuser+ CONXTRUE USB LED – Reviews & Compare Deals

Godox TT600 Flash Speedlite with Built-in 2.4G Wireless Transmission Compatible for Canon,Nikon,Pentax,Olympus and and Other Digital Cameras with Standard Hotshoe+ Diffuser+ CONXTRUE USB LED – Reviews & Compare Deals
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; The number of flashes Speedlite is about 230(2500mA NI-MH battery). Full flash recycle time is up to 0.1-2.6s(Use Panasonic eneloop batteries).; High Guide Number: GN60(m ISO 100), short flash duration, high illumination, far Irradiation distance. Stable color temperature at 5600±200K over the entire power range.; Adopts Godox wireless X system with built-in 2.4G wireless transmission, Godox AD360II-C/AD360II-N flash Speedlite , TT685C TT685N flash Speedlite, X1T-C/X1T-N trigger and other devices that with wireless control system.; High-speed Sync: Can realize HSS when used with Godox Cell-II trigger or X1C/X1N TTL wireless trigger (Sold Separately), the max speed can up to 1/8000s (Depend on the cameras). It's particularly convenient when using the aperture to fill flash on portrait preferentially. Note: The TT600 can NOT realize HSS when used on camera hot shoe.; Both Optic Transmission and 2.4G Radio Transmission available,...
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  • The number of flashes Speedlite is about 230(2500mA NI-MH battery). Full flash recycle time is up...
  • High Guide Number: GN60(m ISO 100), short flash duration, high illumination, far Irradiation...
  • Adopts Godox wireless X system with built-in 2.4G wireless transmission, Godox...
  • High-speed Sync: Can realize HSS when used with Godox Cell-II trigger or X1C/X1N TTL wireless...
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  • EAN: 0713458851321
  • MPN: TT600
  • UPC: 713458851321
  • Model: V860II
  • Part Number: TT600
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Godox TT600 Flash Speedlite with Built-in 2.4G Wireless Transmission Compatible for Canon,Nikon,Pentax,Olympus and and Other Digital Cameras with Standard Hotshoe+ Diffuser+ CONXTRUE USB LED


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  1. Good, inexpensive, no frills flash, perfect for fill and backlighting. Powerful enough to work as a key if need be. And at the cost point, you won’t suffer major heartache if it gets destroyed.Works with the Godox X1 system. Menu system is fairly straight-forward, had it up and paired with my remote in a matter of minutes.Decent enough recycle rate, depends somewhat on the batteries your using. If you really need it to keep up with your big-boy strobes (600, 360, 200), consider an external battery pack (this reduced my recycle at full power to less than 3 sec).

  2. I chose this speedlight because I have bought into the Godox system. Forget TTL it’s useless. Save the cash and get this flash. Works PERFECT with the Godox Xpro trigger. With the Xpro trigger you can control flash intensity with is why I bought. So much better build quality that the other cheap speedlight knockoffs like Neewer or Yongnuo. Has the brightest flash for any speedlight until you get into expensive territory like the AD200 or studio strobes.

  3. If you’re looking for a good system to buy into, I think it’s hard to get past Godox’s strobes and speedlights. I have a number of other Godox/Flashpoint lights, and I just order a second TT600 to fill out my run-n-gun, three light off-camera portrait setup (now two of these and an AD200). With one of the X1T controllers, or even another Godox flash with commander built in (I’ve used my little , you could honestly do almost anything you want with enough of these TT600s. The fact that they can do high speed sync (HSS) up to 1/8000 with any brand of camera (again, so long as you have an appropriate trigger) is really impressive for $65, and there’s nothing as capable in that price range from camera manufacturers (e.g. Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fuji, etc.). The V-series lights that use 2000mAh rechargeable batteries are very enticing, but they have the same output, are double the price, and I already have quite the collection of Eneloop batteries that more than get the job done.If you’re looking for a capable on-camera flash for bouncing, this will definitely do the job, but it requires a bit more effort since it doesn’t support TTL. I’ve used my original TT600 this way to good effect numerous times, but with a little tweaking, a TTL speedlight makes the job quicker, easier, and more consistent. That being said, if you really want to get a better handle on how to use and incorporate flash into your event or portrait photos for fill, getting competent at using a manual flash can be very enlightening. Plus, if you’re on a budget, it still works fine, just a little more trial-and-error.Overall, these lights are just really solid. The build is comparable to more expensive and similarly capable lights (features-wise) from Canon or Nikon. With good Eneloop Pro AAs in the chamber, recycle rates are pretty quick – probably about 2-3 seconds even for full power pops (you’re honestly more likely to overheat the flash head if shooting really quickly at high power than run into recycle rate issues). In a HSS setup they’re very reliable and work very well as fill for a higher-wattage key light in a softbox. The menus are pretty straightforward, and once you memorize how to put them into radio-triggered slave and groups, you’ll probably never have to look at the manual again. I couldn’t say what the customer service is like here in the states because I’ve never had a Godox light fail (and I’ve not been kind to my original TT600, if I’m being honest…), but if that’s a concern buy the re-branded Flashpoint R2 through Adorama (same light, same triggers) as they’ll back it up. My plan if I ever encounter a problem is to send it to Adorama for service/repair, but seeing as the price is so low on these lights in particular it’s unlikely that repair would be notably cheaper than a new flash.(One thing to note about using the lights in slave/groups with a trigger is that they blink the AF assist lamp to let you know they have connection with the X1T trigger – doesn’t bother me, but a friend of mine said it drives him crazy for some reason. To each their own, I suppose, but there’s no way to turn it off.)As for the few people who have experienced quality control issues, I’m not sure why they didn’t just return/exchange the defective light if it arrived not working properly; if it comes damaged/defective, Amazon should handle that.

  4. wow, this is a great flash, a lot better then my altura from a few years ago, bigger, brighter, faster. and with the builtin wireless there is no need for extra hardware, I purchased the Godox Xpro-C TTL Wireless Flash Trigger instead of the x1 because I like the screen and i plan to buy a few more of these, also pared with the Godox S-Type Bracket Bowens Mount for flash, and then Godox 32″/80cm Umbrella Octagon Softbox along with a grid, there is a vast amount of new adventures to go on.This flash ALSO acts as a strobe light, with setting for amount of flashes, power of flash, and the hertz of the flash. instantly freeze moving objects and take amazing video at night. I own 2 and plan to buy more. Godox is my preferred vendor.

  5. I wasn’t expecting much for $60+ even after reading a lot of the reviews here but was pleasantly surprised when I started using this flash. I shoot manual flash mode, so this model was fine for me. The attached photo is with a 26″ octabox and was shot at about 1/8 power I think (flash used for fill and catchlight). Powerful enough for outdoor fill and works great in modifiers. The only negative is that the AA batteries get very hot if shooting in quick succession and the flash may stop firing for a bit. I took about 50 quick succession photos and at the end of those, the flash was misfiring about 25% of the time. I stopped for about 5 minutes and it was fine after that. I’ve seen this behavior twice now, and just use it to take a break and drop in new batteries (even though they weren’t completely depleted). Overall, an excellent flash for the price and if it holds out for a year or two, I will be happy.

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