Neewer Vision 4 300W Li-ion Battery Powered (700 Full Power Flashes) Outdoor Studio Flash Strobe with 2.4G System(Trigger Included), German Engineered for Location Shooting, 2 Packs Li-ion Battery
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One of our favorite things about the Neewer Vision5 is that is build quality really is second to none and blows the competing flash strobes out the water, especially the competing products with similar price tags. Although predominantly made from high-quality plastics, the unit does not feel cheap and its professional finish makes it look the part to fit right in with any professional studio rig. Welcome to our ultimate Neewer Vision5 review that we have decided to publish after seeing so many people reaching out for advice on the lighting unit. Due to the Vision 5 being such an excellent studio flash strobe we only predict that its popularity is going to increase over time as will the number of people reaching out for advice on it. Built-in 2.4GHz System- The VC-818TX 2.4GHz trigger is compatible with Canon cameras with E-TTL or E-TTL II flash metering and the Vision5 strobe. Supports 8 channels (Channel 1~8), 3 groups (Group A/B/C), and a remote control distance of up to 262’/80m
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The Vision 4 doesn't support HSS, which is a huge advantage for outdoor photography (which you cited as part of your intended use).The Vision 4 comes with almost everything you need to set up a basic photo studio at home, outdoors, or in a small studio space. That means flash heads, remote triggers, carrying cases, and modifiers to get you started. That concludes our Neewer vision5 review, as you may have guessed, we are massive fans of this lighting kit and feel is will make an excellent addition to any studio photographers camera accessories while helping to improve their flash photography performance. Once mounted on a light stand in your studio, it takes a matter of minutes to complete the initial set up of the light and then you are good to go and can get on about capturing the best photographs possible.
Neewer Vision 4/Visico 4 strobe How to remote control the Neewer Vision 4/Visico 4 strobe
The lighting kit you choose will depend on how you work and what you shoot, so start by narrowing down those criteria. If you need something small you can take with you on location, for example, you won't want to carry around a massive multi-light kit. If, on the other hand, you shoot mostly studio fashion work, a bulkier setup with accessories like gels and modifiers might be perfect.
Assuming that the unit is all that it purports to be (which is quite promising), I'd have three concerns:
Neewer Vision 4 300W Outdoor Studio Flash Strobe Li-ion
moral of the story, always change your flash batteries when you get a 5 min downtime like wedding lunch/dinner!
Your level of experience with photography lighting is another factor to consider. If you're just starting out, avoid dropping thousands on a massive kit---you'd be better served to buy something simpler while you learn the basics. You can always upgrade later, and too much gear can be so overwhelming you never end up using it to its fullest potential.