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Flashpoint eVOLV 200 Pro TTL Pocket Flash Kit (Godox AD200 Pro) EXPIRED

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Adorama.com has Flashpoint eVOLV 200 Pro TTL Pocket Flash Kit (Godox AD200 Pro) on sale for $269. Shipping is free. Thanks ro13inhood

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  • Flashpoint eVOLV 200 Pro Pocket Flash
  • H200 Speedlite Flash Head
  • Bare Bulb Flash Head
  • Flash Tube
  • Lithium-Ion Battery Pack for EV200 Pocket Flash (14.4V
  • 2900mAh)
  • Charger and Cable
  • Carrying Case
  • Bracket
  • Flashpoint 2-Year Warranty
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All flashpoint flash lights are on sale. Flashpoint Evolv 200 pro for 269$ regularly for 349$. Bundle with Flashpoint R2 Mark II ETTL Transmitter for additional 10.95$.



https://www.adorama.com/fplfev200pro.html
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Another good one is

https://www.adorama.com/fplfx400ptb.html Flashpoint XPLOR 400PRO TTL Battery-Powered Monolight with Built-in R2 2.4GHz Radio Remote System (With Bowens Mount Adapter) - Godox AD400 Pro
On sale 419$ . Regularly 649$


https://www.adorama.com/fplfsmzlxnk.html
Flashpoint Zoom Li-on X R2 TTL On-Camera Round Flash Speedlight For Nikon (Godox V1) for 140$ regularly for 259$
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How to get the transmitter for $10 extra? Not seeing it as an option. Thanks.
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How to get the transmitter for $10 extra? Not seeing it as an option. Thanks.
After adding the item , you would see 'create bundle and save' . Click and add the transmission. I added Nikon after searching it separately ( but deal was applied at checkout)
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After adding the item , you would see 'create bundle and save' . Click and add the transmission. I added Nikon after searching it separately ( but deal was applied at checkout)
Got it. Thanks!
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Thanks i was waiting for this deal for a while now. Trigger for $10 make thisndeal even sweeter Smilie
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What are these used for? Please don't hit me with the "then it's not for you" I'm genuinely curious.
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What are these used for? Please don't hit me with the "then it's not for you" I'm genuinely curious.
Flash photography. These are typically used for portraits and product photography. Really makes photographs stand out if you know how to use them.
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someone school me wouldn't a mono light be a better investment to use for video and photography? https://www.adorama.com/fplfx400ptb.html
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someone school me wouldn't a mono light be a better investment to use for video and photography? https://www.adorama.com/fplfx400ptb.html
The one you linked would not work for video. It does have an LED modeling light, but it's not bright enough for video work as it would look pretty dim. The light is there to help you focus on your subject before you take the photograph. The eVOLV 200 Pro posted here is for people who prefer portability over light power. The XPLOR 400PRO is more powerful, but much less portable.
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Correct me if I'm wrong. The difference between the original and the pro, other than the physical tweeked to the body, is the pro can do 1/3 stops all the way down to 1/265 stop?
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Correct me if I'm wrong. The difference between the original and the pro, other than the physical tweeked to the body, is the pro can do 1/3 stops all the way down to 1/265 stop?
Yes, and according to a Flashpoint rep at Adorama, the end of the unit has been beefed up a bit. It was a point of failure on the original units as displays would get damaged due to rough handling or drops. The newer pro model is supposed to be more durable.
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Anyone helps me: I plan to do home product photography. This will be my first serious flash for Nikon D610. Should I go with 400Pro or 200Pro is sufficient?
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Anyone helps me: I plan to do home product photography. This will be my first serious flash for Nikon D610. Should I go with 400Pro or 200Pro is sufficient?
If you will be doing mostly home product photography, the 200Pro would would be sufficient since you will be able to place the flash pretty close to the subject. (Look up inverse square law in relation to flash power output if you want to learn how distance affects your flash exposure.)

You will be best suited with 2 flash units for your key and fill, so if you can afford it, I'd recommend you buy two 200Pros. You can combine two of those to match the power output of a 400Pro.
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