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haring

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Is there anybody who uses the Flashpoint Zoom TTL R2 for Canon or Nikon cameras?
How is its recycle time? Does the radio work properly?
Hod does it work? Any experience? I would like to use it for wedding photography.
Thanks for you input!

dmward

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Re: Flashpoint Zoom TTL R2 flash / strobe personal experience - review?
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2016, 10:33:31 PM »

Is there anybody who uses the Flashpoint Zoom TTL R2 for Canon or Nikon cameras?
How is its recycle time? Does the radio work properly?
Hod does it work? Any experience? I would like to use it for wedding photography.
Thanks for you input!

This is Adorama's private label Godox speedlite. I have several, use them for weddings continually.
Three of mine have the Lithium battery which is the preferred version in my opinion. I also have one that takes AA batteries. It works fine, just slower recycle without an external pack.

I use mine on Sony A7RII. Godox is really the only system available with Sony TTL capabilities. I have the speedlites, the AD360s and AD600s. All TTL versions and they work a charm.

I have several pages on my site describing my experience. http://davidmward.photography  then click on IKE. The pages are in the Knowledge area.
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scyth

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Re: Flashpoint Zoom TTL R2 flash / strobe personal experience - review?
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2016, 08:03:13 AM »

Godox is really the only system available with Sony TTL capabilities.

no, not the only one - even if you mean the radio remote TTL with both speedlites and studio strobes there is for example Phottix - they have the same options ( http://briansmith.com/phottix-odin-ii-sony-starts-shipping/ )
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