Godot Wistro AD200 Portable Flash Reviews

May 9, 2017 § Leave a comment

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As you can see, the AD200 sits close to squarely in between the AD600 and a standard speedlight. Getting approximately 1 2/3 stops more light than an SB800 means that it is close to 3 speedlights in power. This is great news for anyone looking for just that extra pop of light on location. It doesn’t quite have the versatility of a speedlight in terms of angling the head and zooming the light in and out, but it offers enough extra power to make it a great option for speedlight shooters. You’ll also notice that it’s only 1 1/3 stops less powerful than the much bigger and heavier AD600. By getting yourself two of these AD”

 

 

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