Godox TT685F system flash TTL HSS (Fuji)

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Artikelnummer: 11150017

Lieferzeit: 1-2 Werktage

 What can he do:

  • Suitable for event and wedding photos, indoor and outdoor photos
  • Attachable flash for Fuji
  • Integrated Godox 2.4 G Wireless X system
  • Offers full TTL compatibility through HSS synchronization (even 1 / 8000sec)
  • Synchronization is on 1st and 2nd shutter, compensation of lightning exposure, fixation of the lightning position (FEL), and the lightning exposure series (FEC)
  • Can be used in 3 modes: TTL, manual and multi-mode (Strobe)
  • Has optical TTL Slave “Controlled flash” and master "Control Flash" modes
  • Compatible with the Godox X1 / X2 / XPro radio trigger system
  • The optical slave range is 15m in indoor situations and 10m in outdoor situations
  • Radio range: 100m.
  • The flash head is rechargeable and can be tilted or rotated.
  • A wide-angle attachment and the scatter film included
  • The zoom adapts to the focal length of the lens in automatic mode, and manual adjustment between 20-200mm is also possible
  • Easy to use
  • Number of radio channels: 32 (1-32)
  • Color temperature: 5600K +/- 200K
  • Large LCD display
  • Recharge time: less than 3 seconds
  • With one charge it can fire approx. 230 flashes at full power (using 2500mAh batteries)
  • Flash time: 1/300 - 1/20000 sec
  • Among the accessories we find one synchronous connection, one USB port for firmware updates, and a "wireless control port"used by Godox (XTR-16, FTR-16) remote controls.
  • Equipped with overheating protection
  • Suitable for expanding a system from several flashes

Scope of delivery:

  • 1 Godox TT685-F TTL clip-on flash
  • 1 transport bag
  • 1 stand
  • 1 instruction manual

Guarantee: 1 year

Please keep your invoice as proof of purchase for possible repairs under the guarantee.


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