The Godox TT685 II Flash is an excellent choice for photographers of all levels. It features a 2.5mm sync port for easy wired connection and triggering with a camera. With four alkaline or NiMH AA batteries, it offers 330 full-power flashes and a fast recycle time of 0.1-2.6 seconds. The USB Type-C connection allows for convenient firmware updates. The LCD panel is user-friendly, facilitating easy reading and adjustment of settings. With a powerful guide number of 197' at ISO 100, the TT685C II flash effectively illuminates subjects over a considerable distance. It also offers a zoom range of 20-200mm, adapting to lens focal length for optimal lighting results. Compatible with Sony, Canon, and Nikon, this versatile Godox TT685II flash is a valuable lighting tool.
What is the difference between Godox TT685 and TT685II?
The TT685II flash offers an improved tilt angle range from -7° to 120°, providing users with an additional 30° tilt angle compared to its predecessor. While the rotation capability is now 330°, it no longer features the full 360° rotation found in the TT685. These enhancements enhance the versatility of the flash for various lighting scenarios.
What is the difference between Godox TT685 II and V860III?
For working photographers who value fast-paced shooting, the V860III flash outperforms the TT685II in terms of recycling time. With a preferable recharge time of 0.01 - 1.5 seconds, the V860III allows for quicker consecutive shots. In comparison, the TT685II has a recharge time of 0.1 - 2.6 seconds (with Ni-MH batteries). This distinction in recycle time can be crucial in capturing rapid sequences of images efficiently.