The Godox V1 is a powerful round head speedlight with a variety of advanced features that make it a versatile portable flash for a wide variety of applications. This great video review takes a look at how the flash holds up after a year of usage in a few different genres.
Coming to you from Wes Perry, this excellent video review takes a long-term look at the Godox V1 flash. The V1 features a 76 Ws output (same as the Profoto A1), a round head for smoother, more gradual falloff, TTL compatibility with most systems, 330-degree rotation, tilt from -7 to 120 degrees, and a magnetic front mount for quick attachment of modifiers. It also features a convenient removable 2,600 mAh lithium-ion battery with an impressive life of 480 full-power flashes (with a 1.5-second recycle time at full power), High-Speed Sync of up to 1/8,000 s, and a built-in wireless receiver. Finally, it also has an AF assist lamp, 3,200 K LED modeling lamp, and front and rear-curtain sync capabilities. Altogether, the V1 has a highly impressive array of features that should make it useful in a range of genres, including architecture, weddings, portraiture, and more. Check out the video above for Perry's full thoughts.