Godox AD200 Pro Version, 200Ws 2.4G Flash Strobe, 1/8000 HSS, 500 Full Power Flashes, 0.01-2.1s Recycling, 2900mAh Battery, Bare Bulb/Speedlite Fresnel Flash Head
About this deal
Bare bulb and speedlight flash heads are included to vary your quality of light. Color temperature is a steady 5600K over the entire power range.
I have a lot of flashes and strobes to use, but most of my work relies upon the Godox AD200Pro. I use it for product photography and portraits. Let me tell you why this is the perfect choice for professional photographers and amateur enthusiasts who want a better portable flash experience. What Are the Key Features of the Godox AD200 Pro?
For portraits, my favourite combination is to modify the fresnel flash head with the Maggrid and magsphere. I do realise this will not give me the kind of soft light a large softbox would. But as I have said before, weddings are often a compromise between speed and portability.
The bare bulb head features a single bare tube that spreads light around. It isn’t enclosed to control the beam angle or offer any protection from damage. Top of the list for me was Magmod. Suddenly I could use their innovative lighting solutions and still pump out much more power than a single speedlight. But more on this later!
The PIKA200 Pro‘s high-speed sync (HSS) mode enables your flash to sync at shutter speeds higher than you camera's sync speed up to 1/8000 of a second, which allows you to overpower the sun! Motion trail with Rear-curtain sync mode The unit feels chunky and solid in your hands. With the battery and flash head, the AD200 is definitely heavier than a speedlight.