|Well the obvious ones are the charger, flash head cover, trigger and receiver |
(its there somewhere), cables, car charger and a carry bag for the battery pack
|Battery pack & 600ws flash head|
|The flash head without the reflector|
|Big ass battery|
As for the power output of the flash, I tried it and I would say that it is freaking powerful! At full power it sort of blinded me even though I am indirectly looking at it. I tried shooting with the monolight at full power to the lowest at f1.8-2.8 without my ND500 filter and it produced overexposed images and this is indoors, just imagine if you are shooting on a 2pm-4pm sunlight on a summer day. Sadly the 9 stop adjustment doesn't have a lot of difference so I have decided to just use 3 power levels which is 9 for full power, 5 for middle and 1 of the lowest.
|For the purposes of showing the color consistency problem check out the 1st image (the one where I looked like Wall-e).|
So there you guys go! I haven't done a really thorough test with the Godox EX600 but hopefully soon I'll have it tested outdoors in a real shoot. For now I can say that the Godox EX600 is a good step-up from the flash gun if you are looking for more power and portability on the cheap.
The monolight is priced at PHP 17,990 with 3 months of warranty from Photozuela.
Stay tune for a in-depth review of the Godox EX600!