Godox WB-29 Battery for AD200/AD200Pro Pocket Flash

Godox Flash Tube for Godox Witstro AD200/AD200Pro

Godox Flash Tube for Godox Witstro AD200/AD200Pro

Godox H200R Round Flash Head for AD200

Godox H200R Round Flash Head for AD200

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FEATURES

- Professional Li-ion battery

- 500 times full power flashes

- Capacity: 2900mAh

- Voltage: DC 14.4V

- Only fits for Godox Witstro AD200

 

 

Included Item List

1 x Godox WB-29 Battery Pack

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You always need a spare

So, the AD200pro is a brilliant flash. But I found when I was using it in a workshop setting that the battery did not always last all night (about 3 hours of continuous shooting). So it is always useful to have a spare battery - and in the workshops a flat battery will recharge quicker than the one in the flash is used up, so there is always charge available to the flash.

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D.P.
You always need a spare

So, the AD200pro is a brilliant flash. But I found when I was using it in a workshop setting that the battery did not always last all night (about 3 hours of continuous shooting). So it is always useful to have a spare battery - and in the workshops a flat battery will recharge quicker than the one in the flash is used up, so there is always charge available to the flash.

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D.P.
You always need a spare

So, the AD200pro is a brilliant flash. But I found when I was using it in a workshop setting that the battery did not always last all night (about 3 hours of continuous shooting). So it is always useful to have a spare battery - and in the workshops a flat battery will recharge quicker than the one in the flash is used up, so there is always charge available to the flash.

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D.P.
You always need a spare

So, the AD200pro is a brilliant flash. But I found when I was using it in a workshop setting that the battery did not always last all night (about 3 hours of continuous shooting). So it is always useful to have a spare battery - and in the workshops a flat battery will recharge quicker than the one in the flash is used up, so there is always charge available to the flash.