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Flashpoint Zoom Li-on R2 TTL On-Camera Flash Speedlight + Free ($46) Wireless Transmitter Remote (Godox V860II rebrand) $180 Total

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This plus 2 of the manual R2 Flashpoints = some sweet Strobist photos for the price of one Speedlight from Nikon or Canon.
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I was waiting for a sale on TT350F but reluctant as reviews mentioned it's underpowered, but I really want the X1T-F wireless transmitter. This is a rather good deal as Godox flashes are rarely on sale. Pulled the trigger. Thanks, OP, repped.
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No love for Pentax? Been waiting for some time now....
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Why can't flash be interchangeable with different brands? so buy one and fit different brand of camera.
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Why can't flash be interchangeable with different brands? so buy one and fit different brand of camera.
IF I understand this correctly using different cameras requires different pattern on the hotshoe so that TTL works correctly.
Using a different branded camera may not ground correctly (although rare to have issues) you'll only be able to use the flash in full manual mode.

Please correct me if I'm miss understanding why you need a "canon, nikon, sony etc brand" light.

If you're not worried about TTL get the full manual version.

PS: thank you OP. I had purchased the trigger from amazon becuase I had a gift card but now I can try and get Adorama to send it to me for free and return the Amazon one.
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Why can't flash be interchangeable with different brands? so buy one and fit different brand of camera.
I believe all Godox wireless transmitters share the same protocol. So, if you have a Godox transmitter for Canon, you can use it with a Godox flash for Nikon or Fuji. By buying all the flashes within Godox ecosystem, your camera-specific transmitter can work with all Godox flashes. Other big brands probably implement their systems the same way.
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Steep price for 4th party brand.
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Steep price for 4th party brand.
Excellent price for better than 1st party quality.
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Why can't flash be interchangeable with different brands? so buy one and fit different brand of camera.
The Godox trigger will trigger all Godox flashes regardless if it's Sony, canon, Nikon, etc. I eventually added a Godox Flash and the trigger can control both my canon speedlite and Godox Flash together


I have a sony a6300.
Godox TT685s
Godox X1Ts
Godox X1Rc
Canon Speedlite 580 ex ii

I usually shoot with my flashes in manual mode.

The Godox X1T will trigger both flashes.

The Godox TT685 will do High Speed Sync with both TTL & Manual.

The Canon Speedlite 580 ex ii will do High Speed Sync but doesn't adjust the flash power correctly in TTL. I use it in manual.
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Last edited by ddtmm January 18, 2018 at 06:34 PM. Reason: I was wrong. Fixed my response.
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I was waiting for a sale on TT350F but reluctant as reviews mentioned it's underpowered, but I really want the X1T-F wireless transmitter. This is a rather good deal as Godox flashes are rarely on sale. Pulled the trigger. Thanks, OP, repped
I've found the TT350F to be the perfect size for on-camera with my X-T2. It has plenty of power, even with a bounce diffuser, to shoot out to 20' at 1/400 with ISOs still below 6000. A larger flash would be, as I heard someone describe it, like a sumo wrestler riding a donkey. And when it's not on my camera it makes for an excellent hair light.
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This flash, without the $46 transmitter, is $110 at Amazon. Am I missing something?

Speaking of missing something, I have the "small" transmitter for my Fuji and the "pro" for my Nikon. The pro model is tons better because of the additional functionality, larger, clearer display, and friendlier user interface.
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Why can't flash be interchangeable with different brands? so buy one and fit different brand of camera.
For iTTL/ETTL the connecting pins are different on Nikon, Canon, and Fuji. (Actually, the pins are the same on Cannon and Fuji but the signals they carry work differently). The good news is if you have the Godox brand-specific transmitter attached to your camera it could work wirelessly with different camera type flashes. At least that's what happens with my TT350F and TT685F flashes and my Nikon with an XProN transmitter.
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This flash, without the $46 transmitter, is $110 at Amazon. Am I missing something?

Speaking of missing something, I have the "small" transmitter for my Fuji and the "pro" for my Nikon. The pro model is tons better because of the additional functionality, larger, clearer display, and friendlier user interface.
I don't get how this is a deal, either.
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This flash, without the $46 transmitter, is $110 at Amazon. Am I missing something?

Speaking of missing something, I have the "small" transmitter for my Fuji and the "pro" for my Nikon. The pro model is tons better because of the additional functionality, larger, clearer display, and friendlier user interface.
$110 is the TT685, which is basically the same as this one except it uses AA batteries instead of Li-on. Some prefers AA, but the Li-on definitely has its advantages (higher capacity per weight/volume ratio)
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