Godox: V1 vs V860II: Do You See The Difference?

Godox has become very popular among Fujifilm photographers and the Godox V1, in particular, is of interest to many because it is a low-cost alternative to the Profoto A1 and it is available for Fujifilm cameras without a trigger. The above demo does a decent job of demonstrating one difference between a round head flash vs a square head, but there is still debate about if the difference matters. At least Godox is doing a good job of keeping up with Profoto’s tech at a reasonable price. More options for Fujifilm cameras is always appreciated.

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Godox V1: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

Godox AD200Pro Witstro: B&H Photo / Adorama
Godox AD200: 
B&H Photo / Amazon
Godox AD400Pro Witstro: 
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Godox AD600Pro Witstro: B&H Photo / Amazon

Godox XPro-F: B&H Photo / Amazon
Godox X1T-F: 
B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Godox TT350F: B&H Photo / Amazon
Godox V350F:  B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Godox AD200: B&H Photo / Amazon
Godox V860IIF: B&H Photo / Amazon
Godox TT685F: B&H Photo / Amazon

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