Why are there different versions of the Flashpoint/Godox flashes?

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Eric Gill Contributing Member • Posts: 572
Re: Why are there different versions of the Flashpoint/Godox flashes?

Usually refers to the remote packaged with it. I have a pair of AD600s, and switched systems after my Canon bodies were stolen to Sony. All I needed was a new X1-T. In fact, a Nikon one I'd mistakenly received and kept as a backup worked (full manual, no HSS) for a few days while I waited for an X1-T(s) to arrive.

KE_DP wrote:

What's interesting is they seem to sell different versions of non-hot shoe products that way.

Canon, Nikon, Sony - C, N, S versions of AD600 for instance.

As far as I figured they were all identical - the only difference being the shoe of the wireless transmitter. The mono lights might be exactly the same.

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