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Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL (Godox Ad400 pro) + EZ Lock 28", 34", or 48" Softbox + 10' C-Stand $579

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See the following Link and Instructions on YouTube Through Robert Hall Photography!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O...rRyQ&t=18s

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Flashpoint XPLOR 400Pro TTL (Godox ad400 pro) + EZ Lock Deep Parabolic 28", 34" OR 48" SOFTBOX + 10' C-Stand

REGULAR PRICE FOR KIT: $846.99 + tax
Discount price with discount is $579.00 !!!

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any coupon for 600 non ttl ?
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More info on this deal I guess - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhTwH7BrRyQ
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Is this a worth buy?
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If you're shooting outdoors you won't have enough power. I have the AD600 and I'm at full power some of the time.
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is that with a diffuser too that you need full power?
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If you're shooting outdoors you won't have enough power. I have the AD600 and I'm at full power some of the time.
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If you're shooting outdoors you won't have enough power. I have the AD600 and I'm at full power some of the time.
That will only be true in more extreme conditions/ distance demands. Someone linked a channel earlier and that guy talks about it in review: https://youtu.be/4hZl12LJeDw?t=392
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This flash outperforms the Profoto B10 which retails for $1700 JUST for the flash. The modifiers it comes with are really solid, I've had the 28" at over 100 weddings and it looks and acts like new. Also, you will want a C stand for using big lights so thats a no-brainer.
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That will only be true in more extreme conditions/ distance demands. Someone linked a channel earlier and that guy talks about it in review: https://youtu.be/4hZl12LJeDw?t=392

This flash outperforms the Profoto B10 which retails for $1700 JUST for the flash. The modifiers it comes with are really solid, I've had the 28" at over 100 weddings and it looks and acts like new. Also, you will want a C stand for using big lights so thats a no-brainer.
You definitely want the 600 if you're sometimes wanting to be overpowering the sun. I have both.
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Not sure how you guys are shooting where the AD400 can't overpower the sun, I have zero issues with it even competing against midday summer sun here in Texas. How far away do you have your light?

Bought this back in May for the $600 bundle with the 48" softbox and love it. Really the only downside is the weight, lugging around a c-stand is a bit of a pain. Ended up buying a wagon. Otherwise no complaints. Great buy if you want a portable studio light.
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Warning to buyers (I'm the one who organized this deal), this is part of a group-buy where users had to opt in to get it to this savings level. I have requested that all those who opted in be processed in advance of anyone following the deal from here. So, if you'd like to be included on the opt-in list someone in the comments already linked the video with all the details including the Google form to opt in.
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Down voting for linking to YouTube

Plus video says 48 octa can be had.
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If you're shooting outdoors you won't have enough power. I have the AD600 and I'm at full power some of the time.
Really need to qualify your use case to accompany that statement, as it's not an absolute. I use an AD200 in harsh sunlight, by keeping flash close and avoiding HSS and using an ND filter instead.
The 400 Pro is plenty of power to compete with sunlight in certain cases, but as with any light it depends on 1) size of modifier 2) distance from subject 3) whether or not you use HSS.
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by keeping flash close and avoiding HSS
Won't avoiding HSS make the situation worse? By using High Speed Sync, you can lower your shutter speed and cut down drastically on ambient, helping the strobe to overpower.

Am I missing something?
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Won't avoiding HSS make the situation worse? By using High Speed Sync, you can lower your shutter speed and cut down drastically on ambient, helping the strobe to overpower.

Am I missing something?
Using HSS weakens the flash output. I have an AD 200 for travel and a AD400 as my main. I most I would attempt with an AD 200 mid day full sun is partial shade or shade, or like he said an ND filter.

In my experience you can still use an AD 400 in full sun if you keep soft box close to subject 1/1.
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Won't avoiding HSS make the situation worse? By using High Speed Sync, you can lower your shutter speed and cut down drastically on ambient, helping the strobe to overpower.

Am I missing something?
The ND filter
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