Godox VING V860II TTL Li-Ion Flash with XProS TTL Trigger Kit for Sony Cameras

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Godox VING V860II TTL Li-Ion Flash with XProS TTL Trigger Kit for Sony Cameras
Key Features
  • 1 x VING V860II TTL Flash
  • 1 x Li-Ion Battery and Charger
  • 1 x XProO Wireless Flash Trigger
  • Wireless Range: 328'
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This Godox VING V860II TTL Li-Ion Flash with XProS TTL Trigger Kit for Sony Cameras was put together by B&H for photographers who want the convenience of a rechargeable battery, backed by wireless triggering capability. The kit includes a V860II flash unit with a Li-ion battery, charger, and an XPro Wireless Flash Trigger with a range of 328'.
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Godox V860II Overview

This Godox VING V860II TTL Li-Ion Flash with XProS TTL Trigger Kit for Sony Cameras was put together by B&H for photographers who want the convenience of a rechargeable battery, backed by wireless triggering capability. The kit includes a V860II flash unit with a Li-ion battery, charger, and an XPro Wireless Flash Trigger with a range of 328'.

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

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.

The Godox 2.4GHz X wireless radio system has an impressive range of 328' along with the ability to choose between 32 channels and set up three groups. The system is compatible with Godox's X series or transmitters for more advanced functionality and setups.
A powerful guide number of 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm ensures your subjects are properly illuminated.
A zoom range of 20-200mm, as well as a wide-angle panel that supports 14mm, ensures maximum compatibility with a range of lenses and shooting styles.
The flash head can tilt from -7 to 90° and rotate 180° both left and right for full bounce capabilities.
Optical wireless transmission is available with access to four channels and two groups as well as a range of up to 49'.
An AF assist light is present with a range of 2-32.8'.
This flash supports various functions, including multi flash, high-speed sync, 1st and 2nd curtain sync, flash exposure compensation, and more.
The 11.1V, 2000mAh Li-ion polymer battery pack included with the flash will provide recharge times of faster than 1.5 seconds and approximately 650 full-power flashes.
In addition to the hot shoe and wireless triggering, the V860IIS offers a 2.5mm sync port for a wired connection to a camera or receiver.
A micro-USB port is available for installing firmware updates.

Godox XProS TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Sony Cameras

Using the 2.4 GHz Godox X wireless radio system, the XProS TTL Wireless Flash Trigger can be used to effectively and reliably trigger flashes from up to 328' away, and when used with compatible flashes and receivers users will have the added benefit of remote power control. This model is compatible with Sony's ADI / P-TTL system, including support for high-speed sync up to 1/8000 second, and offers advanced control options along with settings for working with system-specific features. For ensuring maximum reliability and control, users can set up 16 groups on one of 32 channels and can then access 99 wireless ID settings for limiting interference from other nearby systems.

In addition to basic manual and TTL control modes, other settings are available, including stroboscopic flash and second-curtain sync. Users can adjust flash exposure compensation from -3 to +3 EV as well as wirelessly control the modeling light, zoom setting, and more. For using the XProS with other camera systems there is a 2.5mm sync port that supports triggering via a wired connection. Also, a USB Type-C port is present for firmware updates and the devices run on two AA batteries for convenience.

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

Flash Head
Guide Number196.85' / 60 m at ISO 100 (200 mm Position)
CoverageFull-Frame
20 to 200 mm
14 mm (with Wide-Angle Adapter)
Auto Zoom HeadYes
Bounce Head-7 to +90°
Swivel Head360°
Flash Duration1/300 to 1/20000 Second
Recycle TimeApprox. 0.1 to 1.5 Seconds
Secondary IlluminationNone
Exposure Control
Exposure ControlSony ADI / P-TTL
Flash ModesHi-Speed Sync, Second-Curtain Sync
Power Range1/1 to 1/128
Flash Compensation-3 to +3 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Wireless
Wireless OperationOptical Pulse (TTL/Manual)
Up to 49.21' / 15 m (Master, Slave)
Radio (TTL/Manual)
Up to 328.08' / 100 m (Master, Slave)
Wireless Channels32
Wireless Groups2
Power
Internal Power1 x Rechargeable
External Power Pack CompatibleNo
General
MountShoe
Off-Camera Terminal2.5 mm
Dimensions (W x H x D)2.5 x 3 x 7.5" / 64 x 76 x 190 mm
Weight15.17 oz / 430 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.115 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.2 x 8.15 x 3.05"

Godox XProS TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Sony Cameras Specs

Wireless
Channels32
Groups16
Wireless Range328' / 100 m
Radio Frequency2.4 GHz
General
Control ModesADI, P-TTL
EV Range±3 (1/3 Increments)
Sync Speed1/8000 Sec
Connectivity
Ports1 x 2.5 mm (Flash)
1 x USB Type-C
Electrical
Battery Type2 x AA
Physical
DimensionsTransmitter: 3.5 x 2.3 x 2" / 90 x 58 x 50 mm
Weight2.8 oz / 80 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5 x 5 x 2.5"
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