Here comes another first for Godox - the world’s first lithium-powered TTL portable flash! Following the popular V850, Godox continues to pioneer innovation in the industry. This time, it specifically targets Nikon users.
Powered by the same Lithium-ion battery from the V850, it not only enhances flash recycle time, it also increases to 650 full-power flashes per charge, portability and most importantly, performance. Designed for Nikon camera, the Godox V860C supports E-TTL II and makes shooting simple. You can easily achieve a correct flash exposure even in complex lighting environments.
The level of performance is phenomenal considering the small form factor and lightweight design. Below is list of its major features:
Master & Slave Flash
Wireless Control Function
- V860N can act as a master flash to trigger Nikon speedlites in TTL or M mode;
- V860N can act as a slave flash to receive wireless commands from Nikon cameras and Nikon speedlights;
E-TTL II autoflash
- Built in port for connection with Godox FT-16S;
- Manual flash power control;
Full TTL Functions
- Accurate TTL exposure for Nikon DSLR cameras;
- Supports Nikon i-TTL autoflash, Manual and Multi flash modes;
Powerful Li-ion Battery
- Supports FEC, FEB, FE Lock, Rear Curtain Sync, Modeling Flash;
- Controls using camera’s menu on the LCD screen;
58 Guide Number
- 1.5s recycle time at maximum power & 650 full power flashes;
- Less burden without the need of external battery packs or replacing AA batteries;
This flash model is also compatible with the Cactus V6 Wireless Flash Transceiver so its power output can be remotely controlled and flash can be triggered up to 270 meters away.
- GN58 (m ISO 100 @ 105mm) with TTL/M/Multi/S1/S2 modes;
- Auto/Manual zoom (24-105mm) with Auto Focus Assist Beam;
- USB firmware update and custom function settings.
If you are looking for a powerful TTL flash with wireless capabilities for your Nikon camera, the Godox V860N cannot be missed. Get yours today and enjoy the exhilarating flash photography experience!
Note: Firmware upgraded to version 1.7: corrected EV reading at 24mm on full frame cameras.