Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X System: the V860IIIO Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X System offers all-in-one functions, GN60 High Guide Number, and 20 to 200 Zoom Flash Coverage, Up to 100 Meters Transmission Distance. Optical transmission with even illumination and stable output.
Better Battery Performance: the Godox V860III-O is the upgraded version of Godox V860IIO, which features a new battery with a higher capacity(7.2V/2600mAh) offering 1.5s recycle time and 480 full power flashes. The battery is also interchangeable with V1, making your potential pack lighter.
Fully Support TTL Functions: The Godox V860III-O is compatible with Olympus/Panasonic cameras , Supporting TTL auto flash, manual flash, 1/8000 high-speed sync, flash exposure compensation, flash exposure lock,first-curtain sync, second curtain sync, modeling flash, etc.
Upgraded Functions: the Godox V860III-O Added a modeling light at the front to aid pre-visualization, and blend with ambient light, with brightness dimmable in 10 levels; Newly Added a quick button on the side to switch from manual mode to TTL mode quickly; Updated a quick release lock to a quick lever to lock the Speedlight into place on your camera’s hot-shoe.
Master & Slave Flash: V860III-O as a Mster Flash can work in TTL/M/Multi/OFF flash mode, As a slave unit ,V860IIIO is compatible with Godox X1 X2 Series Flash trigger.
I set all the cameras to self timer for consistency sake, so you don’t see my hands/fingers in the frame, and the video emphasized the camera as the center of attention. The shutter speed was fixed at 1/80 sec. I tried various shutter speeds and I figured 1/80 was the sweetspot – not too fast that you don’t hear the first and second curtain, and not too slow that you feel there was something wrong with the camera. I have to admit some cameras like the faster newer models E-M1 Mark II and E-M5 Mark III sound much better at 1/60 sec, or a bit slower, because the shutter unit was so much speedier in response. But I want to keep it consistent for all cameras, so at the end I decided to go 1/80. The whole process was so fun and enjoyable to do, the filming took a little over an hour, time well spent I must say.