Godox AK-R1 Magnetic Flash Modifier Accessory Kit
Easy-to-use and plenty of variety; the Godox AK-R1 Magnetic Flash Modifier KIt is a must-have accessory kit for your speedlights, Godox V1 or Godox AD200 (with H200R Flash Head). This kit includes a variety of lighting flash modifiers. Each modifier is designed to shape the light in different ways — giving you creative control over how you want to craft the light.
In this Godox AK-R1 kit, you get a variety of different flash modifiers that you can use to create unique lighting effects. Each modifier uses magnets to attach directly onto the flash head. This new feature totally removes the need for velcro strap or sticky tape. As a bonus, a carry case is included to fit all of the Godox AK-R1 accessories.
What we like:
- Easy to use! Magnetic modifiers stick directly onto the flash head.
- Modifiers can be stacked to create a combination of unique flash effects.
- Modifiers can be turned around the rim of the flash head (modifiers are not stuck in one position).
- In combination with the Godox S-R1 Flash Attachment, the AK-R1 can be used on most speedlights.
- Durable plastic material.
- Strong magnets attach firmly onto the flash head.
- Can be used with custom cut gels (colour filters)
- Diffuser Dome
- Creates a near-180º distributed light
- Even, diffused spread of light
- Honeycomb Grid
- Precise & direct lighting
- Reduces light spillage
- Creates a spotlight effect
- Rubber, collapsible design
- White / Black Bounce Card
- Bounces reflected light back onto the subject
- The black side can be used to block light
- Diffuser Plate
- Creates a slightly wider beam of light.
- Diffuses light to reduce hot spot effect
- Controls the spread of light source
- Adjustable hinged doors
How to use the Godox AK-R1 Modifier Kit
The Godox AK-R1 Magnetic Modifier Kit can be used directly on the following devices. Each of these devices features an embedded magnetic ring that firmly holds onto each AK-R1 modifier. The Godox S-R1 Flash Attachment is compatible with most speedlights and the Godox AD200’s fresnel head.