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Godox EC200 Extension Flash Head

BH #GOEC200 • MFR #EC200
Godox EC200 Extension Flash Head
Key Features
  • For AD200 TTL Pocket Flash
  • Interchangeable Flash Head
  • Tilts Upwards 90 Degrees
  • Cable Length: 6.1'
Designed for off-camera positioning, this EC200 Extension Flash Head from Godox is an interchangeable accessory for the AD200 TTL pocket flash. One of its ends attaches to the battery pack and connects to the actual flash head via a 6.1' long cable, allowing you to easily rig it to a stand or simply hold it in your hand and move it around between shots. Push a locking button on the side to allow the head to tilt upwards 90 degrees. At the bottom, a cold accessory foot can be used for mounting onto a camera hot shoe, while a 1/4"-20 thread in the middle of the foot allows attachment to compatible stands or tripods.
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Will this EC200 work with the new AD200Pro?

Will this EC200 work with the new AD200Pro?
Asked by: Michael
Yes it is made to work with AD200 and AD200Pro
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-24

Is this the 'EC200 version 1' or the fixed 'EC200 ...

Is this the 'EC200 version 1' or the fixed 'EC200 version 2' where two units can be mounted in the AD-B2?
Asked by: Eduardo
this is the ec200 v2 unit.
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-10-25

How do i use this with the new triggers like the ...

How do i use this with the new triggers like the Xpro?
Asked by: Jet
The trigger you use doesn’t matter. If you have a working AD200, just connect the extension inline between the flash head and body.
Answered by: Hugo
Date published: 2020-10-28

What would be the recommended clamps to use this ...

What would be the recommended clamps to use this on top of the light stand and mount the ad200 below?
Asked by: ab
For the body you can use a superclamp https://bhpho.to/30O84IU. For the head you can use a regular Bowens adapter https://bhpho.to/2EuSYhI.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-12-31

Will it reduce the power output of the AD200?

Will it reduce the power output of the AD200?
Asked by: Robert
No power reduction with the AD200.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-01

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Does this item fit on the AD-B2, Dual Power Flash Bracket? I seems that there are two versions of EC200.
Asked by: Tomoaki Y.
Yes and no! V1 (the one shown here) can be used with it, but as a single connection only since all the proper connections are present. Basically as it would be used the same as extending the connection to the attachments, but instead of an attachment it would be the one side of the ad-b2. V2 can be dual mounted because they redesigned the way the cable comes out from the bottom to the side to come mostly from the side only. V1 can't be dual mounted because the cable is too far out from the bottom and the ad-b2 doesn't have the clearance to mount one and then another of that design.
Answered by: Juan P.
Date published: 2021-09-26

question

Is that a hot-shoe or cold mount? I see no reason why a hot-shoe wouldn't be used so the flash can be triggered from the camera. Alternatively you would have to mount it on top of the X1T. Imagine camera mounting a powerful AD200, holstering the body, and adding a MagBeam to increase the throw. Talk about a bazooka for wildlife photography!
Asked by: Alfonso B.
The shoe on this extension has no circuitry, therefore it would be a cold shoe. The connection to extension the flash head is done with the contacts connected to the front of the AD200 and the end that holds the flash tube.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can two of these be combined to give a longer length? Will the AD200 still function?
Asked by: Zachary
Yes.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-10-24
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