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Godox AD200 200Ws 2.4G TTL Flash Strobe 1/8000 HSS Cordless Monolight with 2900mAh Lithimu Battery and Bare Bulb/Speedlite Fresnel Flash Head to Cover 500 Full Power Shots and Recycle in 0.01-2.1 Sec
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|Model Name||AD200 200Ws 2.4G TTL Flash Strobe 1/8000 HSS Cordless Monolight with 2900mAh Lithimu Battery and Bare Bulb/Speedlite Fresnel Flash Head to Cover 500 Full Power Shots and Recycle in 0.01-2.1 Sec See more|
|Item Weight||4.3 Pounds|
|Optical Zoom||28.6 x|
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- 🌿 |interchangeable flash heads|: enabling you to switch between Speedlight-styled Fresnel head(gn52, direct-focused Beam) and bare-bulb head (Gn60, Omni-directional beam)
- 🌿 |Built-in 2.4G Wireless Control: Control Triggering Power Level, Alert Beep with Optional Wireless Transmitter, with A Working Range of approx. 100m in Open Area
- 🌿 |Large Capacity Lithium Battery|: The 14.4V 2900mAh Battery Offers 500 Full Power Flashes with 0.01 to 2.1 sec. Recycling. 200Ws of Power Adjustable in 8 Steps from 1/128 to 1/1, and Flash Durations as Short as 1/11,300 sec
- 🌿 |Great TTL Autoflash Compability|: Supports Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic and Fuji TTL. With Master＆Slave Function, AD200 Can be Used in Combination with Godox TTL Camera Flashes, TTL Outdoor Flashes, etc
- 🌿 |Manual/TTL/Multi Flash Modes|: Fully Support Flash Exposure Compensation, 1/8000s High Speed Sync. Manual Outputs the User's Choice of Power, Modeling Light, First/Second Curtain Sync, etc. Multi Controls the Stroboscopic Rate up to 90 Times
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The GODOX AD200 200Ws 2.4G TTL 1/8000 HSS Cordless Monolight is Compatible with Canon, Nikon and Sony. A Compact and Efficient Solution for Travel, Easy Setup.
- 5 Groups
- 32 Channels
- 520 Full Power Flashes
- HSS to 1/8000th second
- 330 foot Wireless Radio Range
- LED Modeling with Fresnel Head
- TTL / Manual / Multi Flash Modes
- 200ws of TTL power in a compact format
- Optic Slave for Canon, Nikon and Sony
- Recycles in less than 2 seconds at full power
- Barebulb Reflector or Fresnel Speedlight Style
- FEC/FEB in 1/3rd stop increments over 6 stop range
- Rechargeable and Interchangeable 2900mAh Lithium Battery
- R2 Wireless 2.5 GHz Radio System for Canon, Nikon and Sony
- Manual power in 8 stop range from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 stop steps
Godox AD200 2.4G TTL HSS Cordless Monolight
The AD200 TTL Pocket Flash Kit has a standard speedlite head and a bare bulb head that give you the option of 2 distinctly different qualities of light.
Speedlite Head and Bare-Bulb Head
The speedlight head outputs the standard look of an on-camera flash that can be modified using an optional softbox, beauty dish or umbrella. The bare bulb head features a removable flash tube and produces 360 degrees of soft, bright, nearly shadowless light. The head uses optional reflectors that focus the beam angle and give you directional control.
Interchangeable Flash Heads
Manual/TTL/Multi Flash Modes
The AD200 has 3 flash modes: Manual, TTL, and Multi (Stroboscopic). Manual outputs the user's choice of power, modeling light, first or second curtain sync, etc. Multi controls the stroboscopic rate up to 90 times (90 Hz). TTL takes advantage of the flash head's built-in X1 receiver. Optional X1 TTL transmitters are available for Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic and Fuji cameras.
Manual/TTL/Multi Flash Modes
Lightweight & Portable
Clear AV Panel
Stable Color Temperature
Multiple Triggering Methods
There are 3.5mm Sync Cord Jack and Wireless USB Control Port to Achieve Multiple Triggering Methods .
Multiple Triggering Methods
1/4" Threaded Mounting Hole
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By Elmer Escobar on August 22, 2017
In any case, I've been very pleased using this light. My first outing with it was actually for a prom photo booth; I mixed this light with another lower-output flash for some easy dramatic lighting (30 inch beauty dish with shower cap diffuser) and it performed like a champ for well over 300 shots without the battery indicator even dipping. Granted, shots ranged from 1/16 to 1/4 power, but I've also used it for outdoor shooting at 1/1 and the battery life is still pretty robust; I haven't yet pushed it to 500 full power shots, but it doesn't sound at all far fetched given what I've experienced thus far. Additionally, the lack of battery cables and the more compact form factor (vs. something like the older Godox AD180/360) make this light a dream to set up. One small gripe I have (and it's very small) is that its thickness makes it a bit of a squeeze to get this light into a Bowens mount. That said, it does fit, just with a little more finessing than I'd like.
Overall, there's not much to complain about. The overwhelmingly positive reviews on YouTube for this light totally make sense, and every location portrait photographer should be pleased with the capability and performance this flash offers.
Now if Godox could just provide a flash trigger with HSS support that works for Fuji and Olympus so I could stop jerry-rigging trigger solutions I'd really be psyched!
Here's the cool thing: I use the R2 trigger on my Sony a6000 and leave it set to 1/128th. I also have an XT32 trigger. Now when I use the XT32 to adjust the power and then remotely trigger the the camera (wirelessly with a wireless trigger or via the WIFI app)...instead of this flash shooting off at the 1/128th that the R2 trigger on the camera is set at...the flash triggers off at whatever setting I last called on via the XT32 trigger in my pocket.
This means I can set the camera up in a corner of a room, walk into the next room that needs to be flashed further back in the scene, adjust the power of the flash on the fly wirelessly away from the camera, and trigger the whole thing and the flash output it whatever it was when I arrived at my hiding spot around the corner.
Also, if you double-tap the center button on the XT32, it will turn off whatever "group" you are controlling with that trigger. So if this ad200 flash is assigned to "Group A" and I am controlling Group A via the XT32...I can just double-tap that center button to turn the ad200 off.
How is this an advantage? Well I use a flash/ambient Photoshop composite blend workflow in my business. Essentially I shoot a flash image and an all-ambient image and then layer them and blend them together to taste in post. So I'm always needing to turn my ad200 on and off and on and off as I switch from taking the flashed shot to the ambient shot. This whole setup allows me to do that seamlessly in a way I couldn't with my larger Nflash. So yeah...I'm loving this new gizmo.
By Bartee on October 1, 2017
Spend the extra few bucks and but the protection plan!
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I'm a big Godox fan, TT600, TT685, AD-360 and AD600 but so far the AD200 has been a bit of let down. It has a rich feature set but failed on my first job, I had an issue where from cold use it would only fire one HSS flash but would beep immediately as if it were recharged and then not fire for another 10 seconds. This gives me major concerns regarding overheating and how much you can push this device when using HSS.
I'm also not a big fan of the ergonomics, everything is at the bottom of the flash and there is jog wheel which isn't the greatest, also the LCD screen is difficult to see at the best of times and almost impossible in daylight.
For now I'm going to stick with the AD360-ii as it seems more reliable, the AD200 wasn't the magic bullet i hoped it was going to be.
The carry case doesn’t have a handle but protects everything well. This has been round the world with me on a number of shoots and not had a problem at all. Battery also lasts an age.
I personally use it with a Bowen’s adapter and a westcott octa and a beauty dish and get great results.
When you do buy it I strongly suggest you purchase it from Emgreat-CA (aka Pergear). They are very quick to respond to any inquiries or issues. In my experience they truly stand behind what they sell.
Reviewed in Canada on July 17, 2017