Speedlight flash is an add-on to the camera, which is an accessory essential for photographers. Why it is so crucial is for times when you need extra light when the shooting conditions become too dark, a Speedlight flash comes in handy. It allows the photographers to adjust the lighting and exposures in the daylight and also becomes helpful while doing indoor shoots.
Are you looking for a good flash Speedlight to invest in but are confused as to which brand’s product to go for? Here’s a comparison between 3 of the most famous brands- Yongnuo, Neewer, and Godox.
Yongnuo Vs Neewer vs Godox
- This wireless flash gives a full-frame coverage of 20-200 mm.
- It comes with an auto-zoomed head.
- Its swivel head can rotate 360 degrees and has a flash speed of 1/200 to 1/20000 seconds.
- It has a recycle duration of approximately 3 seconds.
- It has a power range of 1/1 to 1/128.
- Its internal power is 4 x AA and has a 2.4 GHz radio slave system, and it functions with both YN-622N and an RF-603/YN-560 radio system for maximum compatibility for your existing gear.
- Its head can zoom up to 18 to 180mm and tilts upwards to 90 degrees.
- It can rotate 270 degrees giving a wide range of movement to you.
- It is composed of the VK750II flash.
- It has an FC 16 2.4 GHz wireless trigger set allowing you to control and also release other flash and camera remotely.
- It also offers a guide number of 190’ at ISO 100 and 105mm along with 8 levels of output control from 1/1 to 1/128.
- Its additional features include an optical slave function with S1 and S2 modes and a PC sync slot.
- It has an integrated 2.4 GHz X radio system for wireless triggering.
- It offers a powerful guide number of 197’ at ISO 100 and 200mm.
- It gives a zoom range of 20-200mm.
- It has an ability to tilt from -7 to 90 degrees and rotate 360 degrees.
- It has a recycle time of 0.1-2.6 seconds which is lower than both of Yongnuo and Neewer.
- It’s batteries run on 4 x AA which helps to deliver 230-full power flashes and has a manual power control from 1/1 to 1/128 in 1/3 EV steps.
- It also has a 14mm wide-angle panel, which one can use for different ranges of lenses.
Which one is the best?
Godox definitely beats Yongnuo and Neewer with its impeccable features and is full compatibility with Sony ADI/P-TTL making it easy for you to create both simple and intricate lighting setups. It can also operate as a full wireless master or slave unit with its TTL functionality. Its rotation cycle is comparatively lower than that of Yongnuo and Neewer. Godox’s TT685S also includes high-speed sync and can very easily illuminate most of the subjects with its guide number. I hope this would have been helpful for you in buying the right flash Speedlight.