Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 output control (1/3rd increments)
Flash Zoom 20 – 200mm
Radio Master & Slave Modes for Godox 2.4GHz X Radio System
Godox Canon / Nikon / Sony TTL Radio Slave Modes
Compatible with Godox X1T-C, X1T-N, X1T-S, TTL Transmitters, and X1R-N Receivers
Mater Groups M / A / B / C
Slave Groups A / B / C
Range to 100 m
Compatible with Godox XTR-16s Receiver, & XT-32 / XT-16 Transmitters
Compatible with Godox FTR-16s Receivers, & FT-16 Transmitter
Optic Master & Slave Modes for Nikon Optic Wireless System
3 Remote Groups A / B / C
Range – Line of Sight
S1 and S2 Optic Slave Modes
Recycle Time: 0.1 – 1.5 Seconds
650 Full Power Flashes
Full 360 Degree Swivel, and Tilt Head
Large Dot Matrix LCD Screen
AF Assist Light
Foot Clamping Ring with Locking Pin
USB Port for Firmware Updates
Communication Port (For XTR-16s / FTR-16s Receivers)
2.5mm Sync Port
Godox have released the full featured TTL and HSS enabled Ving V860II-N speedlite for Nikon Cameras, with Godox 2.4GHz X series radio transceivers built inside.
The V860II-N provide both Radio Master and Slave modes, as well as Nikon Optic Wireless Master and Slave modes.
The V860II-N have basically all the same functions as the recent TT685N speedlite.
Though the V860II-N are powered by an impressive Lithium-ion battery, capable of providing up to 650 full power flashes, and 1.5 second full power recycle times.
Unlike the TT685N though, the V860II-N do not provide any external HV battery pack port.
Please also see more details in the hands on review of the original V860C speedlite here.
The V860II-N provide both Radio, and Optic Wireless, Master and Slave modes.
The Radio Master interface features 3 remote Groups ( A / B / C ), which can be a mixture of TTL or Remote Manual Groups.
Optic Wireless Master Mode uses the traditional Nikon 3 remote Group System.
A large dot matrix LCD display provides easy access to the master interface and functions.
Used as a Radio Master flash on-camera the V860II-N can fire and control other V860II-N speedlites off-camera, set to Radio Slave mode, as well as a growing range of Godox studio lights, portable lights, and speedlites.
There include the recent TTL and HSS enabled AD600B strobes, and the AD360II-C / AD360II-N / AD360-S bare bulb flash units.
Godox Remote Manual flash units like the popular AD360 bare bulb flashes and original V850 speedlites can also be included in the system using clip on XTR-16/s receiver units.
GODOX Master Flash
The V860II-N are also compatible with the recent Godox X1-N TTL transmitter and receivers.
An X1T-N transmitter mounted on the camera hotshoe can control a number of remote V860II-N speedlights (and other Godox flashes) off camera.
While original Nikon TTL speedlites can also be included in the system by attaching X1R-N receivers to their feet.
The V860II-N are also backward compatible with Godox’s Remote Manual XT32 / XT-16, and legacy 433MHz FT-16, trigger sets
A 4 pin Communication Port provides compatibility with the XTR-16s, and FTR-16s clip-on radio receivers. (Also used with the original V850 and V860 speedlites).
A 2.5mm Sync Port, and USB Port for firmware updates are also provided.
Another thing that may be worth noting, is that the V860II-N (at the time of writing this) currently only provide a Nikon compatible Radio Slave mode.
Though Godox do (at this stage) have intentions of adding Canon and Sony Radio Slave modes to the V860II-N through future firmware updates (as they have already done with the AD360II-C / AD360II-N strobes).
And the Godox radio slave modes are generally auto switching, so Canon, Nikon, and Sony cameras can then be conveniently used at the same time, with the same set of slave flashes.