Godox AD200 vs Neewer Q3- Which One is the Best?

Is the Godox AD200 the same ad the Neewer Q3?

In this article, we will explore the similarities and differences between the Godox AD200 and the Neewer Q3. The Godox AD200 was released in 2019 and has gained popularity among photographers. Many photographers have noted that Neewer also launched the Neewer Q3, which bears a striking resemblance to the Godox AD200. We will examine the features and specifications of both flash units to better understand their similarities and differences.

Specs by Specs

Features

 Godox AD200

Neewer Q3

 

Maximum Watt/Seconds  

200

200

Compatibility

TTL with Canon, Nikon, Sony cameras with optional X1-C, X1-N, and X1-S transmitters

TTL with Olympus/Panasonic, Fuji cameras with optional X1T-O and X1T-F transmitters  

Canon E-TTL Nikon i-TTL Sony TTL Cameras

Color Temperature  

5600K (+/-200K)

5600±200K

Recycle Time  

0.01 to 2.1 sec

0.01-1.8s

Flash Duration

Speedlite Flash Head at t0.1: 1/220 to 1/13,000 sec

Bare Bulb Flash Head at t0.1: 1/220 to 1/11,300 sec

1/220s to 1/15380s

Flash Modes  

TTL, Manual, Multi (Stroboscopic)

Stroboscopic: up to 90 times (99 Hz)

TTL, Manual, and Multi (Stroboscopic)

Sync Mode

High-speed sync up to 1/8000 sec

First curtain sync and second curtain sync

High-speed sync mode that works with shutter speeds up to 1/8000 second

Wireless & Radio Specifications

Function: Slave or Off

Channels: 32

Groups: 5 (A, B, C, D, E)

Range: 328' (100 m)

NEEWER 2.4G wireless system

Fan Cooled  

No

Yes

Battery

Lithium, 14.4 V / 2900 mAH

Power remaining indicator

14.4V/3200mAh Rechargeable lithium battery

Number of Flashes @ Full Power  

500

500

Dimensions

6.6 x 3.0 x 2.0"  

 8.2" x 3.12" x 2.16"

 

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