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Godox AD600Pro
All-in-One Outdoor Flash
$899.00



Features

Product Description:

  • Built-In 2.4 GHz Wireless X System
  • Compatible with Most TTL Systems
  • 600Ws Power Output
  • Up to 360 Full-Power Flashes
  • 0.01-0.9 Sec Recycling Time

The AD600Pro All-in-One Outdoor Flash has 600Ws strong power, 0.01 ~ 0.9s recycle time, 12 continuous flashes in 1/16 powr output, 38w LED modeling lamp, 360 full power pops, stable color temperature (changes within +/-75K over the entire power range in color temperature mode). It is compatible with TTL auto flash systems of multi-brand cameras.

Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X System with Great Compatibility

With built-in Godox 2.4G wireless X system, AD600Pro is compatibler with Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL autoflash, Sony, FUJIFILM, Olympus and Panasonic TTL autoflash system. Support for 1/8000s high-speed syn.

The power consumption of the new AD600Pro is the same as its AD600 predecessor, but there are some important differences. The first is that, unlike the AD600, it appears that the AD600Pro is only available in TTL flavour. so, there won't be a discounted manual only version. But what it does offer is faster recycle times, a much better bulb design, a vastly more powerful modelling light, and a redesigned bracket.

The flash head itself has had a redesign. It now features cleaner, rounder curves, with an easier to see read button layout. You'll note that while both strobes are Bowens S-Fit, the new design features a new style of reflector. And inside that reflector is a newly designed bulb & fixture design, too. It's been speculated, although we won't know until we can get one in our hands, that this adds potentially up to a stop of output due to better efficiency.

The new reflector design also allows you to more easily work with umbrellas. Before, it was difficult or impossible to mount an umbrella to the light when using a reflector. Depending on which umbrella you're using, that reflector is often essential to prevent light spill. Now, with the new design, not a problem. The parallel outside edge doesn't interfere with the umbrella's stem one bit. The newly designed bracket also adjusts smoothly, no longer does it click to different adjustments as you tilt it up and down.

As with all of the other 2.4Ghz Godo speedlights and strobes, the light is compatible with all of the 2.4Ghz triggers. That's the XT32, X1T and XPro. You can mix and match to your heart's content.

Additional specifications include a 28.8v 2600mAh battery (vs 11.1v 8700mAh on the AD600), it has a recycle time of 0.01 to 0.9 seconds, which means at lower power (I've been told 1/16th and below) you can shoot a rapid 10 frames per second. Due to the change in battery, the maximum amount of full power flashes has been reduced from 500 to 360. The AD600Pro has a 38W modelling light, that's pretty close to two full stops over the AD600. This means it could potentially be used as a video light either bare or with a small modifier.

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