Flash for timelapse shooting

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pauhu New Member • Posts: 10
Flash for timelapse shooting

Without going too much into detail, I'm doing a photoshoot in a remote location with limited power. I also won't be able to carry a lot of equipment. I'll be shooting material for a timelapse video for an hour or so. The interval between images is 10s-30s (not sure about this yet). The flash will be used at maybe 1/8 power.

I currently have a Godox V860II which works otherwise fine but after shooting for a while it no longer rechargers fast enough. I was recommended a Godox Propac PB960 which I got, but apparently it isn't compatible with the flash after all.

What other alternatives are there? If I'll get a new flash I'd really like it to have a rechargeable battery that lasts as well as the Godox one. But unfortunately my budget isn't high, maybe 200 euros max. I can also sell the Propac if there's some other way to do this. Using a LED light unit constantly isn't an option.

Any advice?

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