Godox Xpro-C TTL Wireless Flash Trigger for Canon 1/8000s HSS TTL-Convert-Manual Function Large Screen Slanted Design 5 Dedicated Group Buttons 11 Customizable Functions
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- Large Dot Matrix LCD: 16 Groups and 32 Channels to Wirelessly Control and Trigger. Full Graphic Display of 5 Groups simultaneously
- Versatile Trigger: As a Wireless Godox Flash Trigger/A Wireless Canon Speedlites Trigger/A Wireless Shutter Release Trigger/A Flash Trigger with 2.5mm Sync Cord Jack
- 01-99 Wireless ID: Only Achieve Triggering when the Channels and Wireless IDs of the Master and Slave unit are Set to the Same, Avoiding Signal Interference effectively
There is a newer model of this item:
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 17.53 x 13.97 x 7.11 cm; 149.69 Grams
- Date First Available : 22 November 2017
- Manufacturer : GODOX
- ASIN : B075QGFZ84
- Item Model Number : 4331907336
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TTL Autoflash, Multi Flash, Manual Flash
1/8000s High-Speed Sync
Flash Exposure Compensation
One-Shoot & Multi- Shoot Setting
01-99 WIRELESS ID, Avoid Signal Interference effectively
16 Groups and 32 Channels to Wirelessly Control and Trigger
Large Dot Matrix LCD, Full Graphic Display of 5 Groups simultaneously
11 Customizable Functions
Manual Flash 1/1 - 1/256 Power
Modeling Light Status Control
Adjusts the Flash Zoom Coverage for Each Group
Selective Transmission of Data Conserves Energy and Battery Life
Magnification Function Displays Details of Each Group Settings
Global Adjustments to Exposure Values for Multi-Group in M Mode
5Group Buttons and 4 Function Buttons Offer Convenient Manipulation
Support Type-C USB Firmware Upgrade and Wireless Triggering by 2.5mm Sync Cord Jack
Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X System
XPro-C TTL Wireless Flash Trigger can control the flashes with built-in Godox wireless X system e.g. camera flashes, outdoor flashes and studio flashes.
Versatile Using Methods
Large Dot Matrix LCD
One-Shoot & Multi- Shoot Setting
01-99 WIRELESS ID
USB Firmware Upgrade
Support Type-C USB Firmware Upgrade and Wireless Triggering by 2.5mm Sync Cord Jack.
USB Firmware Upgrade
Focus Assit Beam
Compatible Flash and Camera Models:
For AD600 series/AD360II series/AD200 V860II series/V850II/TT685 series QTII/SK II series/DP II series/GSII,you just need to purchase this Xpro-c trigger.
For 600EX-RT/580EXII/580EX/430SXII V860C ,You need to purchase an extra X1R-16 receicer.
For AD360/AR400 quicker series/SK series/DP series /GT/GS series/Smart flash series(only for triggering),You need to purchase an extra XTR-16 receicer.
For V860C/V850 ,You need to purchase an extra XTR-16S receicer.
As there are so many camera flashed in the market ,which are compatible with Canon speedites,we do not test one by one,if you have any confusions,just feel free to E-mail to us,and we can make comfirm for you .
1X Xpro-c trigger for Cannon
1X Detailed instructions
1X Pegear Cleanning kit
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It allows full control of all aspects of my lighting.
I love being able to initially shoot in ttl to get flash exposure in the ball park, then press 1 button and I'm in manual to alliow for fine tuning
Large display of just 1 channel info is possible gives a clear view of just whats important to me.
I'd like to have more control over the time limit with the led panel display light and possibly more space between buttons. Bur i suspect thst will become easier with more use over time.
This is a great addition to my equipment
Top reviews from other countries
First, the pros: it's a huge screen, and there is a separate button for each group. It's as simple as pressing the button and turning the dial to set a group. Unlike, for example, the RT transmitter, this isn't arcane at all, and it's so easy to configure that it's nearly goof proof. Plus, unlikely it's predecessor, the X1T, the Xpro is angled so that it's easy to read when the camera is on a tripod or handheld.
There is also a separate physical switch on the right to turn on/off the flash illuminator. I find this very useful, and something not present in most systems. You can also turn on/off the modelling light, and there is a cool feature that lets you take a TTL exposure reading, and then adjust it. Not something I use, to be frank (as I don't use eTTL), but it's still a good idea.
Now, the shortcomings, which are forgivable, but collectively definitely worth a star.
First, like its predecessor, you can't have your camera too close to strobe/flash or it won't fire. However, there is a swith in the menu now, which will give you a couple of options for that, which I suppose is better, but I'm kind of miffed that Godox sitll hasn't just fixed it. If you are right next to a flash/strobe, it just wont' go off, and if you have a number of lights, it's possible that you don't notice it right away, which is super annoying.
Second, I dislike that the settings only update on the remote units if you adjust them on the controller. They do not update when you trigger it. So, for example, if my flash units are all at 1/4 from some other shoot, I power this on, with controller values of 1/1, 1/4, 1/8, and that's what I want now, the remote flash units will never change, unless I make some adjustment on the transmitter. (Note: this is the opposite of RT, which updates when you shoot).
Finally, the build quality is at best mediocre. The unit doesn't feel as rugged or premium in construction even compared to the X1-T. My left door (which hides the USB and mini mic port) wouldn't stay in place; I had to use double-sided tape to make it not flop open every time I picked up the unit. And the hotshoe uses a dial to lock it down. Who uses those anymore... I would have expected that at least by now, it would be a twist-lock.
There aren't a lot of choices if you want to use the excellent AD600Pro or AD200; this is clearly the best, in my opinion. It is just so close to being perfect; I wish that Godox could fix the few minor things that don't work the way they should.
UPDATE: I purchased a second unit, which does not have a defective left port door, and will return the first. Thanks Amazon for being great with returns!
This product has shortcomings, it is not rugged compared to the premium brands, however for the price range of this product you can't go wrong.
Reviewed in Canada on 16 November 2020
Very disappointing I didn’t check ETTL mode when purchased a few months ago. This is the cost of cheaping out I guess.