Get your flash off camera in order to create advanced lighting effects with this Godox TT685N Thinklite TTL Flash with X1T-N Trigger Kit from B&H. The flash itself is very capable with a 197' guide number at ISO 100 and 200mm and it has a built-in 2.4 GHz X wireless radio system, which is compatible with Nikon i-TTL and is designed to work with the included X1T-N trigger. This setup provides users with the ability to work at distances up to 328' and control up to five groups on one of 32 channels.
Godox TT685N Thinklite TTL Flash for Nikon Cameras
With full support for Nikon i-TTL, including high-speed sync, and a built-in 2.4GHz radio system, the Godox TT685N Thinklite TTL Flash will make it easy to create both simple and elaborate lighting setups. When mounted on camera, it is an effective lighting tool with a powerful guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm, a zoom range of 20-200mm, and the ability to tilt from -7 to 90° and rotate 360°. As a TTL-capable unit, the TT685N can also operate as a full wireless master or slave unit with TTL functionality.
Operation is intuitive with a rear LCD panel that shows settings. Also, the flash is equipped with a Wireless Control Port for attaching an optional remote control set and it has a 3.5mm sync port for basic wired connectivity. It runs on four AA batteries, which help provide a recycle time of 0.1-2.6 seconds.
This flash is compatible with Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II in when updated to firmware version 3.3 or later.
Godox X1T-N TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter for Nikon
Enjoy TTL-enabled and reliable wireless flash by picking up the X1T-N TTL Wireless Flash Trigger Transmitter from Godox. This 2.4 GHz X wireless system is compatible with Nikon cameras and flashes that support i-TTL for automatic exposure and metering, making it an excellent choice for shooters who need to work quickly. It also has an outstanding range of 328' and can be set to one of 32 channels for limiting interference with other nearby systems. Another huge benefit is the ability to control up to five groups at a time, or set the unit to ratio flash mode for three groups with varying power relative to one another.
Users will have access to many settings through the backlit LCD and can make adjustments to settings such as sync delay and triggering modes. Also, through i-TTL compatibility the system will support high-speed sync, flash exposure compensation, and flash exposure lock, among other settings. Beyond this, users will be able to easily mount their flash to the transmitter's top hot shoe, or you can connect a studio strobe via the PC sync terminal on the receiver or PC sync terminal on the transmitter. Additionally, it runs on two AA batteries and has a micro-USB port for firmware updates.