SKU: GC49-11.FV200

Godox FV200 High Speed Sync Flash LED Light

If you know that you want a full-featured monolight but can't decide whether to go with flash or continuous light; well, you can have both with the FV200 High Speed Sync Flash LED Light from Godox. In continuous mode the unit has a 5600K color temperature and is dimmable from 0-100% with a CRI/TLCI rating of 96/95, indicating high accuracy in color reproduction. The light also has eight special effects that include Storm variations, TV, and Broken Bulb.

In flash mode the FV200's color temperature is again, 5600K and power can be adjusted from 1/8 to full power. It supports High Speed Sync at speeds as short as 1/8000 second. While you can make these changes in continuous or flash mode locally on the fixture, you can also make them at a distance using the included 32-channel, 16-group radio remote control. It's compatible with Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Panasonic, Olympus, and Pentax Cameras. The FV200 is ready for worldwide use via its 100 to 240 VAC power supply. A standard Bowens-mount reflector with an umbrella channel is also included.

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If you know that you want a full-featured monolight but can't decide whether to go with flash or continuous light; well, you can have both with the FV200 High Speed Sync Flash LED Light from Godox. In continuous mode the unit has a 5600K color temperature and is dimmable from 0-100% with a CRI/TLCI rating of 96/95, indicating high accuracy in color reproduction. The light also has eight special effects that include Storm variations, TV, and Broken Bulb.

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