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Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-26-2020, 02:53 PM  
Godox & Pentax AF540fgz: Give it me straight
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 18
Views: 1,110
Hello.

Maybe there is another setup to consider, if you want to use your Pentax flash as an on-camera flash, and get some control over your Godox flashes.

* put your Pentax flash on your camera's hot shoe, so you have P-TTL, for fill light or so.
* use a PC-sync to 2.5mm cable to sync with your Godox trigger.

This way you get P-TTL for on-camera flash, and can still control your Godox flashes.
Disadvantages: you need to put your trigger on 'something', like a flash bracket, you can only work under sync speeds, you lose HSS and PTTL for Godox flashes.

Something like this:




(just imagine a flash on the camera's shoe, forget the cold shoe that is mounted on the above picture). When you press your camera's shutter, the trigger is fired too (via the sync cable), which fires the Godox flashes. But Pentax cameras doesn't send HSS signals over the sync port, so above sync speeds, the Godox flashes will not fire. Not a lot of features, but you only need a sync cable. It's a setup to test, it can be useful for you or not.

I was using this kind of setup up to last year, when i bought the Godox V1, that is a P-TTL flash and an excellent trigger for Godox remotes, so I have a really simplified setup now.

Regards.
Forum: Product Suggestions and Feedback 08-17-2020, 09:03 AM  
In Body ND Filter
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 14
Views: 815
I found it, thanks. The name of a single filter was a bit confusing for me, they name it 'IR-CUT' filter, so I thought it was a different filter.

Regards.
Forum: Product Suggestions and Feedback 08-16-2020, 01:04 PM  
In Body ND Filter
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 14
Views: 815
I read some reviews about these filters time ago. They have an online shop but you can only buy a package with 3 filters, but I'm interested only in the ND16. Is it possible to get only one?
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-12-2020, 01:16 AM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
Well, you have been able to test it, check that it works and publish your results here. Great.



ĦDe nada! ;)
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-11-2020, 02:07 PM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
Great. I suposse that people was referring to the lack of support for Pentax TTL. But its obvious that HSS is supported. Congratulations!
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-10-2020, 03:45 AM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
The AD-B2 is a nice device. Time ago I had the same idea: I had one AD200 unit and bought the AD-B2 to test it. So my idea was to buy another AD200 unit later. But then I found a great offer for a new AD400 so I bought it and forget abot the second AD200. I still have the AD-B2, so I can make a test for you, if needed.

Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-10-2020, 02:24 AM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
Great. I have tested the setup ('downgrading' my AD200 + XT16 receiver) with the X2T-P and it works too. Unfortunately, the X2T-P have a problem with legacy flashes, because it can't enable or disable legacy flashes, but still can fire, change power or use HSS. Notice that a 'downgraded flash' becomes a legacy flash.

Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-09-2020, 02:45 AM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
Hola Pablo,

After reading the helpful comments from Class A, I'd like to add some thoughts on my part.


There may be a way to use HSS on your AD360II, without the use of a cactus trigger. I have tested it with an AD200 (it does not make sense to do it with an AD200, but it can be useful with the AD360II).

We'll need an XproP trigger, which I think you have.
We also need an XTR16 receiver, maybe you can get one second hand super cheap, or you can ask a friend to lend you one.

1. You must disable wireless mode on the AD360II.
2. Plug the XTR16 receiver into the USB port.
(From what I have read in the AD360II manual, the above two points are possible).
Congratulations, you have 'downgraded' your AD360II.
3. Now we need to check that the AD360II can enable HSS manually, after disabling wireless mode. This is not clear to me after reading the manual, and I don't have an AD360II so I can't check it. But if this point is possible, then the setup could work.

If points 1, 2 and 3 can be done, then this is how to proceed:
Set up the XTR16 receiver with the correct channel and group.
Put the XProP trigger on your camera and select a speed below the sync speed.
Take a test photo. It should work.
To enable HSS: simply enable HSS manually on your 'downgraded' flash.
Take a test photo and you should sync fine.
As a disadvantage, you need to enable/disable HSS manually on the flash.

You can of course control more flashes, whether you've 'downgraded' your ad360ii or not.
I have tested this setup with my AD200 (I can disable wireless and enable HSS manualy on this flash easily). Obviously I don't need to do all of this to use my AD200, but this second way is possible, and can be useful with an AD360II. I don't have an AD360II to test if it would work as well, but if points 1, 2, and 3 can be done, it should work.





Have you considered using an ND filter? On my tests, I 'gain' more than one stop by using an ND filter, compared to HSS.

Saludos.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-07-2020, 10:37 AM  
X2T-P received: first tests and first disappointment
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 25
Views: 2,956
Related to my first post, and the issues with legacy flashes.
I noticed a new firmware version for the X2TP on Godox site (finally). I have installed the new firmware but I still get the same issues with legacy flashes, unfortunately.

I'll keep waiting...
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-07-2020, 10:34 AM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
Hello SharkyCA and thanks for the video.

Notice that the guy on the video is using a Canon version of the XPro, that has second curtain sync. Also he uses a Canon camera. The problem is that, the Pentax version doesn't have such feature.
I have XproC and XProP Godox Triggers, that is, Xpro for Canon and Pentax cameras so I can check differences. On XProC, by pressing the SYNC button, you get: normal sync - HSS - second curtain sync. But, on XproP (Pentax version) you can only get: normal sync - HSS.

No matter what camera you use or what flash mode you choose, you can't sync second curtain on Pentax.

Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-02-2020, 11:40 AM  
HSS vs ND Filter. Tricks, tests and thoughts
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 3
Views: 768
Hello.

After several years with Godox HSS capable equiment, I admit that I barely use HSS (or TTL). When I'm outside, under bright sun and need to take a pic for a family, I just look for a place in the shade, and make my best, mixing ambient and flash light at 50/50. I use my sekonic photometer to get the correct power for the flash, and that's all.

I've been doing test under bright sun to see what flash, diffusers, setups are up to the task. As a general conclusion, I think I need to 'put' the sun on the subject's back (If you have a face partially illuminated by the sun you get 'panda eyes', the pic is usually horrible and need PP), and try to fill the subject with flash the best way possible. So I need a flash with minimal power. But what is that minimum power? In bright sun, usually yo need to expose for 1/160 f/10 or so, so yo need a flash that can give you around f/10 to mix your subject with the background. If the flash gives me less than f/10 I can only fill, with just f/10 I can equate subject and background; with more that f/10 I can get a background darker that the subject.

Ok, this is just an introduction, there are a lot of places with techniques for taking pics with bright sun, and there are a lot of folks here that take great pics outside under full sun.
But I see that maybe 90% of people here use HSS to achive such desired look, that is, a sharp subject with a soft/blurry background, but I didn't see a lot of threads about using the clasical ND filter to get the same. Lately, I've been considering using this filter instead of HSS. I've been thinking on the possible advantages of the ND filter, such us: I still can use my photometer, I can use all the power from my flash (longer flash live), less WB shift.

So in this post:

* I will make a comparison HSS vs ND. Specifically, AD200 HSS vs Haida 8x ND filter.
* SETUP: 65cm, double diffusion layer softbox with AD200. I use the AD-S17 plate to avoid AD200's light spill, this plate can help to squeeze up to 1/3 extra stop from the AD200. The softbox is 1m from the subject.
* 'exceed sync' trick to squeeze 2/3 stops from the flash

I'm inside home during the test, there is hot outside, so I'm puting a doll as a subject, inside, but using the outside under full sun as a background.


So let's start with the basic setup, a doll on foregrund with a bright background. To expose for the background I need 1/160 f/9, so I measure the flash and set it at 1/2 power. This is the result.



A more or less well exposed pic, it can be 1/3 EV off.

No let's try to get a more blurry background by changing the exposure to 1/1250 f/3.2.



As expected, the doll is underexposed, you lose power by using HSS, so I increase flash power by 1 stop and set it to 1/1.



Now it's better, by maybe is still a bit underexposed compared to the first picture.
So now I set my 8x ND filter and set 1/160 f/3.2 (that is 3 stops under f/9). Flash power is set to 1/2.




Ok, so a 'correctly exposed' picture with such blurry background. If I compare this pic with the HSS one I can see some differences:

1. I need half the power on the flash and still I get more more light on the subject, so it's more efficient, I don't need to use the AD200 at full power all the time.
2. HSS pic have some WB shift, it's around 500K warmer. I noticed this issue time ago. I don't notice WB shift when using the ND filter.


I see no issues when I look at the viewfinder with a ND filter if I'm outside on a bright day; so, for me, using the ND have some advantages.

Now lets go to the second part of my post. What If I still need more power from my AD200 ?
I'll show you a kind of device I use to make some tricks with the sync, and get 2/3 stops of light or more against the background (sorry, mobile pic):



So this is my K3-II with the X2TP on top, configured this way:

* channel 8 (any channel that DOES NOT control your flashes)
* no group selected
* HSS sync
* 4.4ms delay

Then I have the XProP stacked on top. The XproP is set on CH 7, the channed that control my flashes.

So when I press my camera shutter, at any speed, the X2TP triggers the XProP. The XproP can't handle HSS, so it just act as a dumb trigger, and fires your flashes using normal pulses (no HSS mode).
So what do I get with such strange setting ? I think I have more than one post about it... If I use speeds up to 1/180 there isn't anything special, that is, you get no difference by using the XProP alone or the stacking device. But when you use speeds like 1/200, 1/250, 1/320 ... you enter HSS mode, but just between camera and X2TP, the X2TP 'gets' the HSS thing and triggers the XproP trigger, which triggers the AD200 in normal mode (no HSS). If you don't set anything more, you'll get just a black pic, but, here comes the X2TP 4.4ms delay. This is a delay to sync the HSS signal with the AD200. Once you set this delay, you get a frame fully illuminated, but you have only few usable speeds: up to 1/250 you get a well illuminated frame, at 1/320 you get a bit of black strip at the bottom, that is more noticeable at 1/400 etc. This black strip is an area only with ambient light, not a really black area. So it's up to you to decide a convenient speed to sync. you can look a David Hobbie article about this here.

The practical result if that you can sync your flash up to 1/250 without compromises, this means 2/3 stops more of 'power' for your AD200. Let me explain...


Let's get the initial setup 1/160 f/9, and let's change camera settings to 1/250 f/7.1. I still get the same exposure for the background but, I need 2/3 EV less from my flash right ? But... I can't sync my camera at 1/250 without HSS right? ... Wrong, you can do it with this setup, you'll sync at 1/250 without HSS and 2/3 less flash power.

So let's take the pic at 1/250 f7.1 and AD200 at 1/4 +0.3 EV



I get the same exposure than pic #1 but I need 2/3 EV less power from the flash.
So let's add now the ND filter. The correct exposure should be now 1/250 f/2.5 but, as my lens can only go up to f2.8, this pic will be 1/3 underexposed. AD200 is set to 1/4 +0.3EV.




So, as a final result, I have a pic that needs near 2 stop less of light compared to HSS one, and without significant WB shift.
Are all advantages? What do you think?

Regards,
Javier.

P.D: I'm, sorry if the post can be a bit confusing at reading. As you know, I'm not English native speaker and, to write long posts is a challenge for me; it is difficult for me to explain things with the necessary precision.

P.P.D: sometimes I'm just bored, I don't see a lot of activity here and just like to write a post. Al least this time I have not uploaded wall pictures :lol:.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 08-01-2020, 01:02 PM  
Xpro-P TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Pentax
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 292
Views: 34,740
Unfortunately I can confirm Class A's information: the XproP doesn't support rear-curtain sync. The only Pentax compatible-Godox device I know that supports rear sync is the V1P flash, but it doesn's support rear sync when it's used as a flash controller, so I'm afraid you have no options to get rear-curtain on remote flashes in Godox world. Maybe B&H is talking about features of Nikon or Canon 'flavours'.

You can play with flash delay timimngs (AD200 and maybe others) and get something similar to a second-curtain sync, but it's a bit cumbersome and not practical method.

Regards.
Forum: Digital Processing, Software, and Printing 07-28-2020, 08:20 AM  
Looking for a monitor
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 9
Views: 864
Hello,

Maybe it's a bit late, but you can take a look at BenQ SW240's reviews. It's around 400$, 24" (not too big), 99% Adobe RGB. It's a great monitor for photography.

Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 07-22-2020, 09:44 AM  
X2T-P received: first tests and first disappointment
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 25
Views: 2,956
Hello. I think all the v860ii support Pentax TTL. Please check this thread (https_//www.pentaxforums.com/forums/125-flashes-lighting-studio/408644-wireless-triggers-p-ttl-cababilities-2.html#post5019079). Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-24-2020, 09:32 AM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
I hope they bring you the correct version this time.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-18-2020, 11:37 AM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
Don't forget that the V1 is also an excellent trigger. One of my main reasons to buy it, was the triggering capabilities. With the V1 on camera I have a PTTL flash (that I use for ocassional fill), but also I can control up to 3 remote flashes (HSS+PTTL). The interface is quite good, better than the XproP IMHO, but not as good as the Adorama version of the XproP trigger. Then you have the 'round head thing', that have been discused a lot here in the forums, and the magnetic accesories (that I love).

BTW, I have sold three of my four old flashes, although for some reason I cannot sell my metz 48 AF-1.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-17-2020, 01:04 PM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
Hello dear forum members.

Please let my clarify what I mean when I say 'in theory'. About the PTTL support on the V860II, I say in theory because I have not direct experience that some feature is supported, so I only know that some user has confirmed that this feature works or Godox confirmed such feature in some document.

In this case, this is what you can find if you look at firmware releases for V860II versions.

* V860IIC -> V1.7 1.Compatible with Godox wireless PENTAX X system. 2018-10-23
* V860IIN -> V1.8 1. Compatible with Godox wireless PENTAX system. 2018-10-23


And, for the other versions, let me just paste an image :)


So, this is what I mean, in theory V860II supports PTTL, but, as I don't have tested any V860II, I can't say this is 100% true. Of course, you need a Pentax trigger to enjoy such feature, and PTTL will not work if you put the flash directly on your Pentax camera.

Now I'd like to add a table with the triggers and Godox speedlights/flashes that I have tested during last years. It has notes about what features support and what not, such us:


* basic triggering -> that is, you can fire the flash below sync speeds and control remote power
* if you need a receiver on the flash
* Groups -> this means that you can enable and disable groups individually
* HSS -> you can fire the flash in HSS more, regardless if you need to put this mode manually on the flash
* PTTL -> supports PTTL for pentax cameras


I hope I haven't added a bug into the table and created more confusion.


Regards,
Javier.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-17-2020, 04:10 AM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
Sorry, V850(mk I) is the previous model for V850II, not V860II. The preceding paragraph refers to the V850II, not the V860II.
Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-16-2020, 02:51 AM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
Yes. There is one point about HSS on the V850II. On old Godox flashes like the AD360 or V850 (mkI), to get HSS working, there is a switch on the flash itself to set the flash in HSS mode. Later, Godox released the 'X' system and more modern flashes and triggers. With 'X' triggers and flashes you don't need to set HSS manually on the flash, the trigger just detects the speed on your camera and the trigger sets the remote flash in HSS mode. I have the V850 MkI, that is the previous model for V860II, and I need to set HSS manually. I think the V860II will support 'automatic HSS', but I see that is still have the button to set HSS manually, so I'm not 100% sure on this point.


You can see all the extra features here.



I think you'll be happy with this system.



The V1 will work out of the box. For the AD200, maybe you'll need to install the last firmware that supports P-TTL for Pentax, but that's all. Just set the channel and group, and you're done.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-15-2020, 02:56 PM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
Hello Des, yes you are absolutely right! Not only supports P-TTL on-camera, but it was the first Godox speedlight to support it. Also it has master capabilities.


I wish the same. The V860II series is 100$ cheaper that the V1, and many users may prefer a V860II-P instead of a (round) V1-P.

Regards,
Javier.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 06-15-2020, 11:00 AM  
Wireless triggers with P-TTL cababilities?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 51
Views: 2,064
Hello,

Just wanted to add some comments.
So you have at present two Pentax flashes, and decided to go Godox way. Congrats. I decided to change my flash system to Godox time ago, and I have sold all my other triggers and flashes. I still keep a Metz p-ttl flash that is on sale.
There is of course a lot of possible combinations to start, but it seems that you want to start with a trigger and two flashes, so let me comment about that.

Notice that Godox have basic/manual and TTL speedlights, for example, v850II is a basic flash and v860ii is a flash that supports TTL (there is near 40$ price gap), but they are similar in power and features (except TTL). In theory, all v860ii series flashes support P-TTL. If I had to buy one v860II, I would choose the Canon version. Why? I have had many Canon devices that have worked with my camera hotshoe. As an example, I have two Godox triggers, Canon version, that i can use directly on my camera's hotshoe without issue. Of course, only basic features work. But I don't have a v860ii series flash to check this point. Also, you have 'V' versions and 'TT' versions of the same flash, TT uses AA batteries, and V uses lithium batteries. TT versions are cheaper. You have the TT600, that is similar to the V850II but cheaper (really, this is the Godox speedligh with the best price/features relationship), and you have the TT685 that is similar to the V860II.

So, you have to think if you prefer AA or lithium, and also if you want to pay the extra cost for a P-TTL flash. That is, do you need to use your speedlight during long periods? do you want to avoid using AA chargers? do you plan to use both V860II in P-TTL mode? Maybe you only need one P-TTL. My tests using two Godox flashes in P-TTL were a bit deceptive. My conclusions were that it makes sense to have only one P-TTL flash, used for main light, but no more. I didn't see any advantage for using more than one flash in P-TTL mode. This experience can be different for others. But the idea is to be sure if you need the TT/V series and M/P-TTL speedlight.

The only Godox speedlight that supports P-TTL on camera is the V1, that is a really great flash (I have one and I'm very happy with it). This speedlight is the most expensive, so you must think if it's worth it. Another great feature of this flash is that it have a master mode, so you can control other Godox flashes, and of course it has a slave mode, so this is the most flexible version for Pentax users. They also have a round head and magnetic accesories... that can be useful for you or not. I have it, and I love it.

About triggers, I have most of the current Godox triggers. In my opinion, the XproP is maybe the best, it's the most compatible (supports new X Godox devices but also old 433MHz devices) and I find more comfortable to use, compared to the X2T-P. There is a company, Adorama, that develops its own versions of Godox triggers, and this versions are superior to Godox ones, but they don't ship worlwide. Godox have cheap triggers like the XT-16 that supports only manual mode and no HSS; it's a cheap way to start, it depends on your needs, but maybe is better to start with the XproP. I have the X2T-P and it's a nice trigger. It has two features that I like: one is that it have a hotshoe on top, so you could use a flash on top, but just in manual mode, it's a single pin shoe. Also, for advanced users, you can play with the timming sync. But I just use this trigger to make 'experiments', my main triggers are the XproP and the Godox V1 flash, in master mode.

Adorama sells the R2 SPT single pin transceiver. This device, in receiver mode, can be used to trigger other no-Godox speedlights, so you have a Godox trigger on your camera, then a R2 SPT in receiver mode, and you Pentax flash on the SPT's shoe, and this way you could trigger your Pentax flashes (forget remote power control or P-TTL feaures). I don't have this transceiver, but maybe other forum members have one and can confirm my point.

So, the cheapest way to start with Godox could be:
* XT-16 trigger (sure you can get second hand for a few bucks)
* 2 x TT600 (60$ each)

If you plan to grow on Godox and don't like AA batteries:
* XproP trigger
* V860II (for your PTTL setups)
* V850II (to save a few bucks)

If you need more power:
* XproP trigger
* AD200 (supports PTTL)
* V850II/TT600 (secondary flash for fill, rim...)


If you finally have to keep your Pentax flashes, you can get a pair of FLASHPOINT R2 SPT transceivers, and add to the mix.


Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 03-30-2020, 03:28 PM  
V1 Modelling Light Bug?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 9
Views: 783
Nope, I didn't upgrade my V1, it has the v1.1 version (the original and only one for Pentax). About the XproP, I think I didn't upgrade the XProP too, anyway there is only one version for XProP, so you can only re-install the same version again.
But I think it doesn't hurt to reinstall the same version, maybe Godox fixed bugs silently and didn't develop new official versions. Some makers do it.
Good luck.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 03-30-2020, 05:07 AM  
V1 Modelling Light Bug?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 9
Views: 783
Hello. Tested on X mode, I added a remote (Phottix, 433Mhz) camera trigger to the mix, but I got same results. No problem with my camera and settings.
Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 03-29-2020, 05:09 PM  
V1 Modelling Light Bug?
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 9
Views: 783
Hello.

I made the following test:

* K3-II with XproP on top
* GrB -> M 1/128 for AD200
* GrC -> OFF for V1
* V1 on a stand, modeling ON with OFF for actual shot, V1 is on slave mode

* camera pointing to the V1 head

When I click the shutter, the AD200 fires, V1 just disable the led light for the shot and enable it again, but nothing is registered on the pic, just a hint of light coming from the AD200. I tested the same at several speeds (including HSS speeds), no led light is registered from the V1. Then I set the led light to ON for the shot, the light is clearly registered. I got the same results regardless if the led light is enabled manually on the V1 or on the XProP.

Maybe the problem is your K1 camera, have you tested with your KP ?

Regards.
Forum: Flashes, Lighting, and Studio 03-26-2020, 03:23 PM  
GODOX AD300 PRO Announced
Posted By morenjavi
Replies: 8
Views: 4,620
Hello!


Official specs here
Lencarta have it on preorder here. £464.99. A bit expensive, isn't it ? I bought my nice AD400 for less than that.
But I recognise that it looks interesting.


Quarantined in Spain.
I hope you are all well.

Regards.
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