Godox TT685N Thinklite TTL Flash for Nikon Cameras
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|Package Weight||1.25 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.9 x 3.6 x 3.2"|
|Exposure Control||Manual, i-TTL|
|Vari-Power||1/1 - 1/128|
|Bounce Head||-7° to 90°|
|Coverage||14 mm - 200 mm (Full frame)|
|Zoom Head||Full frame: 20 mm - 200 mm|
|Off-Camera Terminal||3.5 mm|
|Recycle Time||Approximately 0.1 - 2.6 seconds|
|Flash Duration||1/300 - 1/20000 sec|
|Compensation||-3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)|
|Slave Timing Modes||Instant SyncSkip Preflash|
|Wireless Operation||Method: RFDistance: Up to 328.08' / 100 mMethod: Optical pulseDistance: Up to 49.21' / 15 mMode: Master, Slave|
|Wireless Communication Channels||32 Channels|
|Wireless Groups||5 Groups|
|Power Source||4x AA Alkaline, Rechargeable NiMH Batteries|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||2.5 x 3.0 x 7.5" / 64.0 x 76.0 x 190.0 mm|
|Weight||14.46 oz / 410 g without batteries|
|Guide No.||196.85' (60 m) ISO100 at 200 mm position|
I finally got tired of expensive OEM flashes and fussy add-on triggers that didnt have full function. When friends started showing up with the various sizes of Godox flashes and the local camera shop started carrying them, I felt confident enough that the quality was there, so took the jump.
I did a fair bit of research on 3rd party speedlights before investing in Godox system. I felt that the 1st party flashes were too overpriced, and this seemed like a cheap enough flash to experiment with.
This is the first non-Nikon speedlight Ive purchased in 35 years. When it came time to purchase a replacement for my old Metz potato masher, I thought Id give Godox a try after reading reviews on a number of brands. Good Choice! It interfaces and operates properly with my D810, D750 and D7200.
Ive purchased two of these and they sync up without any problems. One major criticism and issue is that once the flash is mounted on the cameras hot shoe, the catch pin lodges into the hot shoe and does not retract smoothly to allow flash removal from the camera.
I bought a pair of these to use for indoor lighting and I find myself enjoying them more for shooting wildlife. They are capable of shooting in high speed sync mode with my camera (Nikon D7200) and are great for adding fill light and for adding a catch light in the subjects eyes.
Not going to lie, the setup was tricky. Between my husband and I, it took us a couple of hours. Once we finally found the right YouTube video to get everything synced (I also have a SB-700 that I wanted to use as a master, which only complicated things), everything worked great!!
After being a Yongnuo(Junk) user for years, wanted a flash that wont break the bank since yongnuo flashes kept on breaking up after year of use. These are pretty solid speedlights am happy with the purchase. I mostly shoot events and these flashes are awesome.
Dependable and affordable
Bought this because I bought an AD200 and had to switch my flashes from Yongnuo... Couldnt be happier with this flash...
I recently bought this Godox unit to replace an aging Nikon flash that didnt really support TTL on my D810. I dont often use TTL, just prefer manual but this one is turning me around on that position.
- Built-In 2.4GHz X Wireless Radio System
- Compatible with Nikon i-TTL
- Guide Number: 197' at ISO 100 and 200mm
- Zoom Range: 20-200mm (14mm with Panel)
- Tilts from -7 to 90°
- Rotates Left & Right 180°
- Wireless Master/Slave TTL Functionality
- Recycle Time: 0.1-2.6 Seconds
- High-Speed, 1st & 2nd Curtain Sync
- Runs on Four AA Batteries
- Godox TT685N Thinklite TTL Flash for Nikon Cameras
- Sync Cord
- Mini Stand
- Protective Case
- Limited 1-Year Warranty