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Godox E300 Flash Head

BH #GOE300 • MFR #E300
Godox
Godox E300 Flash Head
Key Features
  • 300Ws, 5600K Color Temperature
  • 0.4 to 2.5 Sec Recycling
  • Flash Duration: 1/800 to 1/2000 Sec
  • Optional FT-16 Radio Triggering
With a guide number of 190', the E300 Flash Head from Godox is a 5600K daylight-balanced flash source with solid core features at an affordable price point. The head features 0.4 to 2.5 sec recycling with flash durations as short as 1/2000 sec. Power is variable over 3 stops from 1/8 to full power, while the 150W modeling has 9 levels of dimming. Settings are indicated on the rear digital screen and adjustable via padded push buttons that are a pleasure to use. Triggering options include sync cord, test button, and slave triggering. Wireless control is available with separate purchase of the FT-16 radio system. The head also has an anti-preflash function that makes it easy to work with point-and-shoot and other cameras that employ preflash. At just 3.3 lb, it's easy to assemble a kit with 2 or more E300s without lugging a heavy case around. The light has a tilting stand mount with an umbrella channel and runs on 100 to 120 VAC mains power.
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Godox E300 Overview

With a guide number of 190', the E300 Flash Head from Godox is a 5600K daylight-balanced flash source with solid core features at an affordable price point. The head features 0.4 to 2.5 sec recycling with flash durations as short as 1/2000 sec. Power is variable over 3 stops from 1/8 to full power, while the 150W modeling has 9 levels of dimming. Settings are indicated on the rear digital screen and adjustable via padded push buttons that are a pleasure to use. Triggering options include sync cord, test button, and slave triggering. Wireless control is available with separate purchase of the FT-16 radio system. The head also has an anti-preflash function that makes it easy to work with point-and-shoot and other cameras that employ preflash. At just 3.3 lb, it's easy to assemble a kit with 2 or more E300s without lugging a heavy case around. The light has a tilting stand mount with an umbrella channel and runs on 100 to 120 VAC mains power.

Benefits

  • Precise output displayed on LED panel, 20 steps from 1.0 to 3.0 in 0.1 increments
  • Use optional FT-16 trigger to control the flash power ratio, modeling lamp and buzzer, as well as flash triggering
  • 150W modeling lamp adjusts in 9 power levels
  • Outstanding output stability, no more than 2% shift at the same output
  • Anti-preflash function enables synchronization with cameras that have a one-preflash firing system
  • Auto memory and recovery of adjusted panel settings

Godox E300 Specs

Flash Head
Maximum Power300 Ws
Power Control3 Stops
Guide Number190' / 58 m at ISO100
Flash Duration1/2000 to 1/800 Sec
Recycle Time0.4 to 2.5 Sec
Color Temperature5600K ± 200K
Flash Ready IndicatorAudio
ReflectorFixed
Modeling Light
TypeTungsten
Wattage150 W
Sync
Sync TypeButton, Cable, Optical
Built-In Wireless ReceiverNo
Power
AC Input Power100 to 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Circuit ProtectionFuse
Fuse5 A
General
DisplayNone
Fan CooledNo
DimensionsH: 7.9 x W: 4.6 x L: 8.0" / H: 20.0 x W: 11.8 x L: 20.3 cm, Including Handle and Modeling Light
Weight3.3 lb / 1.5 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.85 x 8.7 x 7.25"
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