15 views•Jun 28, 2020
Over the years I tried a variety of different flash systems. I toyed with Yongnuo, then moved on to Nikon, I used the Nikon system via the optical link but I had a problem with modifiers blocking the optical signal. I tried a few different flash triggers as well. Some TTL and others not. Then, when I added studio strobes I needed more triggers.
Over time there were just to many pieces, too many batteries to charge, and too many points of failure. I wanted one system that used radio signals to trigger my remote flashes. I wanted the option to use TTL, and I wanted it to all work together without any parts in the middle. And I wanted it at a reasonable price!
Enter the Flashpoint / Godox system. Check out the video to see if this system is right for you.
Flashpoint Zoom Li-on X R2 TTL On-Camera Round Flash Speedlight Kit:
Flashpoint Zoom Li-on R2 TTL On-Camera Flash Speedlight:
Flashpoint eVOLV 200 Pro TTL Pocket Flash Kit:
Flashpoint R2 Pro MarkII 2.4GHz Transmitter:
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