Godox MS300-V Compact 300W Studio Flash







Godox MS300-V Compact 300W Studio Flash


Godox MS300-V Compact 300W Studio Flash

Introduction

The Godox MS300-V Compact 300W Studio Flash is a powerful and versatile lighting solution for professional photographers. With its upgraded features and compact design, it offers exceptional performance and convenience in any studio setting.

Upgraded Modeling Lamp

The Godox MS300-V is an upgraded version of the popular MS300 model, featuring a new LED modeling lamp that provides strong and powerful lighting. This allows photographers to accurately preview the lighting effect before capturing the shot, ensuring optimal results.

Anti-preflash Function

One of the standout features of the Godox MS300-V is its anti-preflash function. This function guarantees the synchronization of cameras capable of firing a preflash, eliminating any issues with timing and ensuring perfect synchronization between the flash and the camera.

Outstanding Power Output Stability

The Godox MS300-V boasts outstanding power output stability, with no more than 2% tolerance of the power output even when the flash is used for long hours. This ensures consistent and reliable lighting throughout your photo shoot, allowing you to focus on capturing the perfect shot.

Built-in 2.4G Wireless X System

With its built-in 2.4G wireless X system, the Godox MS300-V offers convenient remote control capabilities. The power output, modeling lamp, and buzzer of the studio flash can be easily controlled using the Godox X1 trigger, XT 16 transmitter, or XPro, X2 Trigger. With 16 groups and 32 channels, you have complete control over your lighting setup.

Compact and Lightweight

The Godox MS300-V is designed to be compact and lightweight, making it easy to transport and set up in any location. With a net weight of approximately 1.35kg and a length of only 28.3cm with the lamp cover, it is a portable and versatile lighting solution for photographers on the go.

Notice

Before using the Godox MS300-V, please remember to remove the lamp cover. The lamp cover is only intended to protect the bulb when not in use and should be removed before operating the flash.