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Godox Ring Flash Head for AD200 and AD200Pro Pocket Flashes

BH #GOR200 • MFR #R200
Godox Ring Flash Head for AD200 and AD200Pro Pocket Flashes
Key Features
  • 200Ws, 7.4" Diameter
  • 10W Modeling Light with Power Settings
  • 1380 Lux @ 1.6'
  • Includes Carry Bag
The 200Ws, 7.4" diameter Godox Ring Flash Head for AD200 and AD200Pro Pocket Flashes is yet another expansion of the capabilities of these compact flashes that imparts a soft, halo-like quality of light and arresting catchlights in your subject's eyes. The ring light has a 10W modeling light with low, medium, and high power settings. It outputs 1380 lux at 1.6'.
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A reviewer notes that the AD200 Godox Ring Flash ...

A reviewer notes that the AD200 Godox Ring Flash Head doesn't have high-speed sync. This is incorrect, right? Clearly, you should be able to use this like any A reviewer rated the product poorly, noting it does not have high-speed sync. But it does, just like any other Godox R200 gear, syncing to use TTL and HSS. Right?
Asked by: Scott
You are correct. HSS is available. I have the flash. It is about your settings on your transmitters sending to the AD200. I was baffled by those reviewers comments.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2022-11-15

Can this be used with the Sigma 105mm?

Can this be used with the Sigma 105mm?
Asked by: Neil
Yes a Sigma 105mm lens will fit in the center of the Godox Ring Flash Head for AD200 and AD200Pro Pocket Flashes.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-10-26

Can you use this with macro or will it be too ...

Can you use this with macro or will it be too bright?
Asked by: Chris
You can use the Godox R200 for macro. If it is too bright just lower ISO, increase shutter speed, and narrow the aperture.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-08-21

Will e.g. a Nikon Z 70-200 2.8 stick/protrude ...

Will e.g. a Nikon Z 70-200 2.8 stick/protrude through the opening in the middle when attached to a body ( in other words - are the rails on the bottom long enough to allow for a 70-200 lens to be used?)
Asked by: Wolfgang
Yes a Nikon Z 70-200mm f/2.8 Lens would protrude through the center of this Godox Ring Flash Head.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-11-02
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