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Fuji X-T2 ... stay with What are the pros and cons of the Nissin or move toand Godox flash systems for Fujifilm cameras?

I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is there anyone out there that can convince me to stick withGodox as dependable as Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a whole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

I just bought the Godox PB960 Power Pack because it was half the price and almost twice the performance of Nissin PS8. Also I can use both Transceivers at the same time (well ... with TTL off on the Nissin Commander)

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?

Fuji X-T2 ... stay with Nissin or move to Godox?

I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is there anyone out there that can convince me to stick with Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a whole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

I just bought the Godox PB960 Power Pack because it was half the price and almost twice the performance of Nissin PS8. Also I can use both Transceivers at the same time (well ... with TTL off on the Nissin Commander)

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?

What are the pros and cons of the Nissin and Godox flash systems for Fujifilm cameras?

I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is Godox as dependable as Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a whole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?

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I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is there anyone out there that can convince me to stick with Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a holewhole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

I just bought the Godox PB960 Power Pack because it was half the price and almost twice the performance of Nissin PS8. Also I can use both Transceivers at the same time (well ... with TTL off on the Nissin Commander)

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?

I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is there anyone out there that can convince me to stick with Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a hole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

I just bought the Godox PB960 Power Pack because it was half the price and almost twice the performance of Nissin PS8. Also I can use both Transceivers at the same time (well ... with TTL off on the Nissin Commander)

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?

I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is there anyone out there that can convince me to stick with Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a whole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

I just bought the Godox PB960 Power Pack because it was half the price and almost twice the performance of Nissin PS8. Also I can use both Transceivers at the same time (well ... with TTL off on the Nissin Commander)

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?

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Fuji X-T2 ... stay with Nissin or move to Godox?

I'm a Fujifilm X-T2 shooter and last month I purchased Nissin (x2) i60a and a Nissin Air 1 Commander. I'm looking to expand to 4 flashes next year.

Is there anyone out there that can convince me to stick with Nissin?

I'm in such a conflict.

On one hand:

  • I want to support my local camera store
  • I understand that Nissin has some longevity
  • I LOVE the NAS system so far
  • I really like the compactness and design of the i60a
  • Nissin is supposed to have a new line up sometime after February 2018

But on the other hand:

  • Every review I've seen say Nissin is inferior to Godox (B&H, Adorama, Amazon, YouTube, FujiRumors ...)
  • I've read the Nissin flashes being faulty and just stop working
  • I've read Godox being better and more dependable
  • Godox is much cheaper
  • Godox has way more options for lighting
  • We've been waiting a hole year for the Nissin Air 10s ... and when it comes out we have to wait for Cannon and then Nikon and THEN Fuji unless Sony gets first dibs.

I just bought the Godox PB960 Power Pack because it was half the price and almost twice the performance of Nissin PS8. Also I can use both Transceivers at the same time (well ... with TTL off on the Nissin Commander)

So I'm kinda at a fork in the road ... Should I break down and buy the Godox transceivers and flashes or stick it out for Nissin?