I'm not a particular fan of YouTube. But there are times when the 'web site provides accurate, useful data. Such was the case when searching for a good but relatively inexpensive Speedlite for my my new-to-me Fuji X-T2 mirrorless camera.
My YouTube search place Strobepro near the top of the list regarding Fuji-compatible Speedlites. After watching a couple of videos pertaining to the Strobepro/Godox line of Speedlites I decided on the Godox TT350F with an accompanying on-camera wireless transmitter unit (to allow me to utilize the flash off-camera).
I was both delighted and surprised to learn that the company known as 'Strobepro' was based in Calgary, Alberta--an hour-and-a-half drive from my central Alberta home. The next time I found myself in the city I stopped by the Strobepro showrooms to place and order for the Godox items I'd chosen.
The showroom(s) were expansive, modern, well laid-out, and stocked with all sorts and price ranges of semi-pro and professional lighting equipment. With so many shiny things in plain sight I had to resist the urge to strain my plastic by picking up other, 'necessary' items whilst placing my order.
As it stood, the items I needed/wanted were in stock. The salesman, who was featured in one of the YouTube videos discussing the main selling points of Godox Speedlite products, was very friendly, knowledgeable, and, though he showed me other in-stock options for my Speedlite needs, did not attempt to 'up sell' me--a sales approach I appreciate.
Bottom line: I walked out of the Strobepro brick and mortar store feeling very satisfied with myself, and with the deal I'd made on the brand new Godox Speedlite and accessories I'd just purchased. Knowing that the units (which work flawlessly with my Fuji X-T2) are covered with a 'nuff said, no questions asked two year warranty only sweetened the experience.
I'm happy to give Strobepro and Godox a two thumbs-up, five star kudos endorsement.
PS: For those of you not privileged to live in God's country, buying from Strobepro online is easy and simple; give them a look-see.