Godox V1 Pro VS V1 Upgrade Comparison

Godox V1 Pro VS V1 Upgrade Comparison

1. Full-Power Continuous Flash Times


V1Pro             100 times
V1             40-50 times

V1Pro has achieved significant breakthroughs in technology through continuous testing and improvement. With a brand-new high-efficiency lamp head cooling system, it increases the full-power continuous flash times to 100, providing stronger continuous shooting capability. This greatly enhances shooting efficiency, ensuring photographers never miss a single moment in events like weddings, sports, and conferences. Meanwhile, the V1 triggers overheating protection after 40-50 full-power continuous flashes.


2. Separate Secondary Flash Design


V1Pro             Dual light sources
V1             Single light source

V1Pro features a detachable secondary flash SU-1, offering a simple and efficient fill-light solution for portrait shooting. The revolutionary detachable secondary flash (SU-1) of V1Pro enables dual-flash lighting effects with a single unit. It's ideal for portrait shooting and using bounce flash, providing a simple and efficient shooting solution. Moreover, during fast-paced dynamic shooting, V1Pro eliminates the need for additional off-camera flash devices or photography assistants, allowing single individuals to easily complete the shoot.


3. External Power Supply Compatibility


V1Pro             Powered by a lithium battery and external power supply box (PB960)
V1             Powered by lithium battery

 V1Pro adds an external power supply box interface, supporting devices like the PB960 external flash power box. This significantly improves recycling speed and battery life, offering photographers a more reliable and convenient fill light solution, especially in shooting scenarios with high demand for flash continuous firing.


4. TCM One-Key Switching


V1Pro             Side dial and menu operation
V1             Menu operation

V1Pro features a TTL/M switching dial for quick toggling between TTL automatic flash mode and M manual flash mode, allowing flexible adaptation to complex lighting or multiple scene transitions during shooting environments, eliminating tedious operations.