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Sandy
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which studio light are good for indoor shoot ?


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Varun
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 Thanks for sending in your question , 

 It depends on so many factors like , the budget , the studio space and frequency of use. 

 – If you are running tight on the budget your options are to go with companies likes simpex. If you are planning to go for a good brand my suggestion would be Elinchrom 

 – Studio space will decide the number of your flash heads to buy and the modifier to buy along . For tighter spaces two to four lights are enough . And smaller modifiers are preferable 

 – If you are looking for a long term affair , i suggest to go with the branded lighting systems only . 

 

 I hope this will solve your question. If you have any more queries then feel free to ask us again we will be happy to answer 


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Sandy
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Thank you so much for your kind response sir this is really halp me a lot . 


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Sandy
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Thank you so much for your kind response sir this is really halp me a lot . 


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ankit
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sir is it possible to shoot product like Solitaire Rings and earring without macro lens?

 


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Varun
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 For shooting such products you must use macro lens because it will allow you to go close to your subjects and you will be able to capture more details. But with out using macro lenses also you can shoot but the images will not come that in detail because you are optically going close. 


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mayanksrivastava26
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I am planning to buy Godox TT685 flash but i am so confused about trigger. Which trigger i should buy can operate other flashes like Godox AD200 and AD600 pro in future.


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Varun
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 Your answer is very simple any GODOX trigger 

 XPro 

 X1 

 sure will work with all the godox flash units like Ad200 and above so you can go for any trigger given above but just make sure about buying it for your particular camera brand only as they are not universal triggers. 


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sonalkaushal
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Hello Sir. 

I am a newborn photographer, right now working with a Godox 685 speed light and X1 Trigger on my Nikon D5300. Now I am planning to buy a continuous light with a 180 cms umbrella. I need to know which Godox light would work with the same trigger, so that it will fulfil my light requirements also and the trigger can be used on both. Or any other suggestion for the same? 

also if this will help me on learning and practising on portraits as well. 

Thank you.  


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Varun
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 Hello Sonal 

 Thanks for your question. So the gear you own is godox 685 speed light and x1 trigger. Now your question is want to buy a “continuous light” which works with that trigger? I hope you know triggers are for flashes only, continuous lights never fires as flash. Specially not with the same power. So you do not need a trigger for using continuous lights. 

 To be honest your luck is in its prime, as godox just announced a continuous led light which can fire as a led flash. Godox FV200 is the perfect light for your needs. But it will be working only with godox pro or godox x2 triggers. It is always a good idea to upgrade your trigger along with the flash so your both flashes will work with the same trigger then. And this light is big enough to power your shots for portraits and every other indoor needs. 


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sonalkaushal
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@varun

Hello . 

Oh yes , I was mistaken by strobes with the continuous one. Strobes needs transmitter , continuous light is more of modelling light. The Einstein 640 is a big hit amongst photographers, but I don’t want to go that way, as they don’t offer service in India. 

Also can you suggest a strobe from Godox which is just another option (budget friendly) , can use with the same trigger or upgrade it with the new one. Will check on the Godox FV200 as well. It is a big confusion when choosing lights. You are a great help to beginners like me. 

How about Godox AD 200, AD400, AD600? Do you suggest anyone of these for newborns, maternity and portraits? 


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Varun
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 Hello 

 Yes i agree with you about not going with Einstein as it is imported light and lot of problems might come later on during maintainance. 

 See if you are looking for a continuous option, Godox FV200 is the best as it is a new kind. A LED continuous light + LED flash so it will work as flash and a powerful continuous light . 

 If you are planning to shoot outdoor i would suggest you to go with Godox Ad 400 or 600 as they are more powerful units. Both are good unit so you can go for any of them which matches your current spending budget and yes they work for every options you are asking for. 

 I hope this clears somethings out and help you make your decision. 


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sonalkaushal
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@varun

Thank You so much Sir. It is really kind of you to interact and answer my questions. I am much clear now , will have a look at the specifications of each, talk to my dealer and get to a better decision now. Thank you again. Hope you are safe during this situation. Take care. Regards.


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Varun
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@sonalkaushal It is my pleasure and really glad to know it helped you take your decision. We are safe. God’s Grace 

 I hope you are safe during this situation too . Take care 


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