A powerful and effective lighting tool, this flash features a powerful guide number of 60 at ISO 100 with a zoom range of 20-200mm. The lamp is powered by 4 AA batteries.
CompatibilityTT685 II is compatible with the Olympus/Panasonic system, so users will enjoy numerous automatic flash settings and the ability to use features such as sync up to 1/8000th of a second. With a guide count of 60 m at ISO 100, the TT685 will easily light most photo scenes. It also has a zoom head with a range of 20-200mm.
Power supplyThe flash requires four AA batteries to operate, which provide approximately 330 full-power flashes and offer a charge cycle of 0.1-2.6 seconds. An external power port allows you to connect power packs, including the PB960, to increase the flash's output for more possibilities, making the flash ideal for shooting weddings, fashion, reportage and more. A USB Type-C connector provides for future software updates.
Wireless System XThe TT685 got an integrated 2.4GHz X radio system, allowing you to operate the lamp as a transmitter or receiver. The TT685 will help you create a versatile lighting setup with a range of 100m and support 32 channels and up to five groups. It works as a transmitting unit for V1, AD200Pro and AD300Pro flash systems etc. It can itself be operated through X1, X2, XPro and V1.
ConvenienceThe TT685 II also features a new and unique TCM (TTL Converted to Manual) function that allows you to instantly convert from TTL mode to manual mode. This function helps lock in the correct exposure value and is useful for quickly determining a good starting point for setting up external flashes in manual mode. For ease of use, an easy-to-read rear LCD panel illuminates the flash settings, and the flash features a 2.5mm sync port for basic wired connection.
The head can be zoomed from 20mm to 200mm automatically or manually, allowing you to conveniently adjust the light beam. Whether you're shooting in wide locations or small spaces, the TT685 II will work perfectly.
Flexible shooting angleThe flash head can be tilted from -7 to 120° and rotated 330°, giving you more flexible flash angles and a more efficient lighting setup process.