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Is Neewer flash gear just rebranded Godox gear? Are they compatible with each other?

TLDR; No, they're not the same and they're not compatible. The Neewer Q System is not the Godox X System You are not the first person to see the physical similarity between Neewer's new "Q" ...
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Is a Yongnuo 50mm f/1.8f F-mount lens compatible with Nikon F55 or Nikon F80 film SLRs?

Without actually having tried, I would assume no issues at all. Your Yongnuo lens is comparable (from a technical viewpoint) with the Nikon AF-S series of lenses and these are fully compatible with ...
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Can I use a hotshoe sync adapter with the Canon multifunction hotshoe?

I would check that your adapter seats properly in the new multifunction hotshoe so that the sync pin on the bottom is actually touching the sync contact (the big one in the center of the "square&...
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Why are my Neewer flash and trigger not working together?

The Neewer NW910 has no radio communication built in and is not part of Neewer's Q system. The only lights in the Q system that you can remotely control over radio from a Q-N transmitter are (from ...
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How can I tell if a Godox flash or trigger is compatible with my gear?

In your case, with an EOS M50 Mark II, all you need to make sure a Godox trigger is compatible is that it's got "X" in its name, and that it's for Canon. So, the XPro-C is compatible with ...
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How can I tell if a Godox flash or trigger is compatible with my gear?

Any Godox with the "C" annotation is compatible with the Canon hotshoe protocols. So you want the X1T-C, X2T-C, XProC, XProIIC, or X3C. Only the last two are current, although the original ...
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How can I tell what trigger will fire my third-party flash off-camera without an additional trigger?

This can be hard to do when you're starting out and don't have experience with flash specs and what they do and don't say about wireless triggering capabilities. Flash specs to look for Looking over ...
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