Godox V860C Speedlight
The V860C ETTL version for Canon will be available in March, and a Nikon V860N scheduled for April. And they are both likely to be very competitively priced.
The new V860 use basically the same hardware as the V850, now with full TTL function shoehorned inside as well. A USB port is also now added for firmware updates.
The V860 feature the same Lithium-Ion battery, with huge 650 full power pop capacity and 1.5 second recyclable time, all conveniently built-in!
HSS to 1/8000s
HSS capability – On or Off camera
Optic Wireless Master & Slave Function
As an optic master flash to trigger Canon speedlites 600EX-RT, 580EX II, etc in TTL or M mode
As a optic slave flash to receive wireless commanders of Canon cameras e.g. 7D, 60D, 600D, etc and Canon speedlite signals
E-TTL II Auto Flash
Accurate TTL exposure for Canon EOS series DSLRs
Full TTL Functions
Support FEC, FEB, FE Lock, Rear Curtain Sync, Modeling Flash, Control with Camera’s Menu Screen, etc.
Powerful Li-ion Battery
1.5s recycle time at max. power & 650 full power pops
Forget AA batteries, charging preparation, and carrying burden
58 Guide Number
GN58 (m ISO 100 @ 105mm) with TTL/M/Multi/S1/S2 modes
Auto/Manual zoom (24-105mm) with correct auto focus assist
USB port for firmware update and custom function settings
Radio Receiver – No Radio Transmitter
Although the V860 have an optic wireless master and slave function, they do not have any radio transmitter built in.
The V860 will use the same FT-16s clip on radio receiver as the V850 for remote manual power control, and HSS off camera (no TTL though). This requires an FT-16 transmitter unit for remote power control, and appropriate transmitter like the Godox Cells II for HSS use
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