Godox VING V860IIS TTL Li-Ion Flash Kit for Sony Cameras

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Godox VING V860IIS TTL Li-Ion Flash Kit for Sony Cameras
Key Features
  • Built-In 2.4GHz X Wireless Radio System
  • Compatible with Sony ADI / P-TTL
  • Guide Number: 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm
  • Zoom Range: 20-200mm (14mm with Panel)
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Power, speed, and integrated radio transmission make the VING V860IIS TTL Li-Ion Flash Kit from Godox a hard-to-beat option for your Sony cameras. Fully compatible with ADI / P-TTL systems, the V860IIS supports many advanced functions and features. Also, it features the Godox 2.4GHz X wireless radio system which provides both master and slave TTL functionality with a range of up to 328'. On top of this, the flash is powerful and versatile, featuring a guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm along with a zoom range of 20-200mm, which can be expanded to 14mm with the use of the pull-out panel. And, this flash runs off a rechargeable Li-ion battery pack, that ensures fast recharge and long-lasting shoots.

For general operation, the V860IIS features full bounce flash capabilities, including tilting from -7 to 90° and rotation left and right 180°. As a ADI / P-TTL-compatible unit, this flash offers support for high-speed sync, flash exposure compensation, 1st and 2nd curtain sync, and much more. Additionally, it can function as an optical master or slave unit if needed.
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Can AA batteries be used as a backup just in case ...

Can AA batteries be used as a backup just in case of super long days?
Asked by: Watson
No. There are only two center contact points in the Godox V860II flash that correspond to two center contact points in the Godox VB-18 battery.
Answered by: Giancarlo
Date published: 2021-06-07

Does this work with the canon t7

Does this work with the canon t7
Asked by: Zach
Yes. The Godox VING V860IIC Flash and the X1T-C Trigger for Canon Cameras both work with the Canon EOS Rebel T7. With the latest Firmware these will both work with that camera. If needed the latest Firmware can be downloaded from the page here. http://www.godox.com/EN/Download.html
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2021-05-28

Can this flash be fired by the SU 800 Commander ...

Can this flash be fired by the SU 800 Commander in addition to radio signal? I'll mostly be using with a D850.
Asked by: Gary
Not sure but I don't think so. It is controlled by the Godox or flashpoint controller.
Answered by: Rich
Date published: 2021-05-24

I have the v860ii C. I would like to use this in ...

I have the v860ii C. I would like to use this in the wireless mode mounted on my camera as a Master, and set it to a group so I can control it in either TTL or Manual, while triggering my off camera Godox Ad 200. How do I do this? It seems like every YouTube video I have seen (non Canon) there is a "M" group to control the 860 in Master mode but I do not have that. I am on firmware v 1.8. Hope that makes sense! Thanks for your help!
Asked by: Geraldine
Page 42 of the user manual on the V860II for Sony would describe how to set the flash as a master for radio transmission to trigger other flashes with a Godox X receiver built in like the AD200. https://bhpho.to/3bEGN2A
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-05-19

Does this flash work with a Canon 60D?

Does this flash work with a Canon 60D?
Asked by: Patti
Yes, it works with the 60D well. :)
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-05-16

Would you say this is much better than the TT685?

Would you say this is much better than the TT685?
Asked by: Elizabeth
Yes and no. It would really depend on the situation. The V860 uses a rechargeable battery, but the TT685 uses AA batteries, which can be easier to find/e ichargn a pinch if you're on a shoot, and you can easily accumulate spare AA batteries in your shoot bag. Both of them have the same guide number, but the V860 has a faster recycle time, which would be really useful if you need to fire off a few shots with lower downtime.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-05-16

Will the Godox V860II work with Canon EOS 90D?

Will the Godox V860II work with Canon EOS 90D?
Asked by: Bernard
Yes I think it should
Answered by: frank
Date published: 2021-05-06

I have a Speedlite 600EX II-RT that I want to set ...

I have a Speedlite 600EX II-RT that I want to set as my main flash. How do I get it to tigger my Godox flashes? Do I need to buy something additional?
Asked by: Kylie
You can use your flash to trigger other Godox flashes that are compatible; most generally are compatible. Not to sound snooty, but reading the directions and practicing repeatedly getting to the settings you want is essential. It's easy to mistake being on manual or on strobe triggering instead of wireless and it's easy to mistake thinking you're on one setting when you are not. Ultimately the wireless triggers are easier to use with with multiple flashes but that essentially means putting your flash on a bracket and trigger on your hotshoe, or just simply keeping all lights on light stands, which is ideal for most things but not so much if running and gunning. Highly recommend external trigger for quickly changing multiple flashes quickly. Forgot name of it but runs around $70 maybe more.
Answered by: Derrick
Date published: 2021-05-01
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