Flash

Q: How to check the version of TT685?

Firmware Version Checking:
Please switch the flash on, then press the “Zm/C.Fn” button for 2
seconds and enter C.Fn custom functions. The firmware update version (e.g. Ver X.X) will be
displayed on the LCD panel.

Q: How to check the version of V860II?

Firmware Version Checking:
Please switch the flash on, then press the “Zm/C.Fn” button for 2
seconds and enter C.Fn custom functions. The firmware update version (e.g. Ver X.X) will be
displayed on the LCD panel.

Q: How to check the version of AD360II?

Firmware Version Checking:
Please switch the flash on, then press the “MENU” button and enter C.Fn custom functions. The firmware update version (e.g. Ver X.X) will be displayed on the LCD panel.

Q: How to check the version of AD600/AD600B?

Firmware Version Checking:
Please switch the flash on, then press the “MENU” button and enter C.Fn custom functions. The firmware update version (e.g. Ver X.X) will be displayed on the LCD panel.

Q: Can I repair my Godox flash on my own?

Trying to repair or open up/disassemble your Godox flash could be dangerous to your own life! You should always contact your local dealer or service point for a service or repairs.


Q: How to reset the defaults setting of my Godox flash AD600Pro?

Please hit the “MENU” button and enter C.Fn custom functions, select RESET to reset the defaults setting.

Q: How to reduce light power?

There are several options to reduce light power in order to obtain a narrow depth of field.
Set your camera to a lower ISO. Setting 50 ISO or even less if required.
Use grey filters for your lenses to reduce light.
Softboxes may reduce the light output.
Use HSS with Godox Transmitters.

Q: I don’t see my camera as HSS / TTL compatible.

If your camera is not listed as compatible, it simply means that it has not yet been tested with all possible features.
Don’t worry, you can test it, it will not have any negative effect on the camera.

Q: Why my flash can not zooming as the camera does at the same time?

Please check your ZOOM setting, and there will be a symbol  "A "or "M" displayed in the screen. "A " means Auto Zooming, and "M" means Manual Zooming. When switch the Manual Zooming to the Auto Zooming, the issue should be solved.

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