Which (Godox) flash for new A7III owner?

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lattesweden
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Re: Would suggest Flashpoint version

bsas wrote:

lattesweden wrote:

fjbyrne wrote:

If you are in the US I would suggest getting the Flashpoint re-brand sold by Adorama since you can get better warranty service. I have the following that has worked well for me on my A7III:

https://www.adorama.com/fplfsmzl2so.html

https://www.adorama.com/fprrr2prosii.html?rfkref=productPage

Thanks, we are both in Sweden. Is there any translation table available between the models names/numbers when branded Flashpoint vs Godox?

Godox to Flashpoint:

Small flash, battery based: Godox TT350 > Flashpoint Zoom-Mini TTL R2

Standard flash, battery based: Godox TT685 > Flashpoint Zoom TTL R2

Standard flash, lithium based: Godox V860II > Flashpoint Zoom Li-ion R2

Portable strobe: Godox AD200 > Flashpoint eVOLV 200

All Godox flashes (not strobes because they are universal) have a letter at the end that it is for its compatibility (S = Sony, O = Olympus/Panasonic, C = Canon, N = Nikon).

Example: TT350s = small flash for Sony hotshoes.

Ok, thanks!

What is the real world difference between battery based flashes with good quality batteries, like rechargeable NiMH vs the Lithium based ones?

And also if I remember correctly Godox has one radio controller with working Focus Assist Light for Sony? Which one is that?

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