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Sony TTL Radio Speedlite GODOX – V860II-S

Sony TTL Radio Speedlite GODOX – V860II-S

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Product code: 884

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview:


  • Fully supports Sony digital SLR camera’s TTL system.

  • TTL Functions: include HSS (high speed sync up to 1/8000s), FEC (flash exposure compensation), FEB (flash exposure bracket), FE (flash exposure lock), rear curtain sync, modeling flash, control with camera’s menu screen, correct AF assist, USB firmware upgrade capability, etc. 

  • Workable as a master unit to have full control on other Slave-capable speedlites without any operation for the slave units at all during the shooting.

  • Operated as a slave unit that can be controlled by the camera’s own built-in commander mode or other Master-capable speedlites. Allow for prompt and convenient off-camera shooting.

  • Compatible with most ETTL triggers available in the market. Use it off camera for shooting at home, on location, or in studios.

  • Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X1 system offers all-in-one functions & 100m transmission distance

  • Full 360 Degree Swivel and Tilt Head

  • Real-time Battery Level






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Pricing:
Day Price Excl. GST: $40.00  
Day Price Incl. GST: $46.00  
Week Price Excl. GST: $120.00  
Week Price Incl. GST: $138.00  

 

Details

  • 1 x Sony TTL Radio Speedlite GODOX – V860II-S
  • 1 x Soft Carry Pouch
  • 2 x Godox VB18 Li-ion Battery
  • 1 x VC18 Battery charger
  • 1 x Fig 8. Cable
  • 1 x Flash foot

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