Is there any degree of compatibility between Godox O products (for m43) and S products for Sony? I have a tt350o and a X1t, if I add something for my Sony would I get any interaction across Godox products for different systems?
As I understand it the Godox controllers will control all Godox flashes (O/S/N/C/F) wirelessly.Is there any degree of compatibility between Godox O products (for m43) and S products for Sony? I have a tt350o and a X1t, if I add something for my Sony would I get any interaction across Godox products for different systems?
Pick a larger model.Now I need to decide if it makes sense to add another TT350, or to pick a larger model....
Yes. Capacity is roughly 3x that of the AAs on the li-on version, and recycle times will be slightly better, but there is no external battery pack port on the V860II, and the battery pack and charger are proprietary. Otherwise, UI and feature-wise they're identical, if similar firmware updates have been issued for both models. (Right now, for example, the V860II has received a firmware update for P-TTL compatibility with a Pentax trigger, but the TT685 has not).Ok, let's assume I don't go cheap again, and buy one of the larger models. Is it correct to say that V860ii and TT685 are similar performance, except the battery?
Sad news. Thanks for the tip.My TT350-O will only fire at full power when used as a slave from my TT685C or my XPro-C in TTL. It will do M power control and HSS, though. When I complained to Flashpoint support ([email protected]), I was basically told the 350 models aren't designed to do cross-brand TTL, like the TT685 and V860II are.
Yes, and then again, no. If you go multi-flash anyway, you really should consider doing things all manually; it's a totally different exerience, much more flexible and rewarding than TTL when done right (which, in turn, is more convenient for sure). The Godox line makes this very easy and inexpensive to experiment with. I usually use the AD200 as a main light (with various add-ons and reflectors) as a matter of course for quick shoots and love the combo with the TT685S as a frugal, yet perfectly usable two-light setup I can control quickly with my X1N (or X1T-O - but I rarely use the system with off-camera flash). The TT685S works very well as a rim or hair light at lower power, or generally as a second light - in fact, that's what I use it for most of the time (it's quite a big unit to go on a small camera ... maybe you should keep that in mind). The TT350 is bound to be almost as useful (if a bit less versatile) as a second light. Besides, the TT685S is powerful enough to even allow for switching roles in a pinch, e.g. using the AD200 to light a deep background and still maintain good main light performance. So, in a nutshell, the TT350 remains useful (especially since you have a controller anyway), and the bigger on-camera flashes make pretty decent main lights. I bought the TT685S to have a solid on-camera flash for the Sony system if I ever needed one, but I mainly did it with the two-light setup in mind.Sad news.