AD600B All-in-One Outdoor Flash is powerful and portable with a professional lithium battery pack. Built-in Godox 2.4G wireless X system, it supports Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL and Sony systems with great compatibility.
AD600B (Bowens mount) has a variety of accessories. With the AD600 series flash, your shooting will become simpler. You can easily achieve a correct flash exposure even in complex light-changing environments.
Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X System:
Optical and 2.4G wirelss transmission to offer stable output.
When using the Godox 2.4G wireless X system, AD600B is compatible with Canon E-TTL II autoflash, Nikon i-TTL autoflash, Sony etc.
As a slave unit, AD600B can use in combination with Godox TTL camera flash, TTL outdoor flash, TTL studio flash, etc.
Wireless Remote Control and Triggering:
Use Godox 2.4G wireless X system to achieve TTL control or use Godox TTL wireless flash trigger XT to wirelessly control TTL functions, wirelessly adjust the flash's power levels, sound beep, as well as triggering the flash.
There is a 3.5mm sync cord jack and a wireless control port to achieve multiple triggering methods.
Storing Power and Abundant Functions:
AD600B has 600 Ws and GN87 (m ISO 100, with AD-R7 standard reflector). Stable color temperature at 5600+-200K over the entire power range.
25 steps of power adjustment (1/1 to 1/256) offer better lights effects.
Fully support TTL autoflash, flash exposure compensation, 1/8000s high speed sync, firs-curtain sync, second-curtain sync, manual flash, multi flash, C.Fn custom functions, etc.
Professional Lithium Battery Pack with Great Flexibility:
Professional Lithium Battery Pack has large capacity (11.1V / 8700 mAh) to provide 500 full power flashes and recycle in 0.01-2.5 seconds. DC / AC are both applicable (change to AC module after lithium battery pack detached)
Useful and Handheld Flash Head:
Purchase an H600 portable flash head (sold separately) to fire flashes with great convenience.
To AD600 flashes can be connected to an H1200 portable flash head (sold separately) to achieve 1200W power output.
As the the PB-600 portable bag is designed with a reclosable cover, it is easy to adjust the flash's parameters effectively and to avoid rain and dust simultaneously.
Exquisite Details and Good Quality:
10W LED modelling lamp can adjust light brightness in three steps.
Large and clear dot-matrix LCD panel offers convenient operation.
With handle to adjust different shooting directions of the flash.
USB firmware upgrades help keep pace with the latest technology.
AD600B adopts the Bowens mount with a variety of accessories and great compatibility.
Wireless Slave Unit Mode: Radio transmission mode (compatible with Nikon & Canon); Optical transmission mode (compatible with Nikon & Canon)
Flash Mode: Wireless off: M/Multi; Slave unit of radio transmission, TTL/M/Multi; Slave unit of optical transmission: TTL/M/Multi
Compatible Cameras under Radio Transmission (as slave unit): Nikon cameras, supporting i-TTL/M/RPT flash (X1N as master unit, etc.); Canon EOS cameras, supporting E-TTL II/M/RPT flash (X1C as master unit, etc.)
Guide No. (m ISO 100): 87 (m ISO 100, with AD-R7 standard reflector)
Flash Duration: 1/220 to 1/10000 seconds
Power Output: 9 steps：1/256-1/1
Stroboscopic Flash: Provided (up to 100 times, 100Hz)
What's the big difference between the Godox 600 TTL and 600 TTL Pro?
Asked by: Brenton
The key differences are:
On a lot of strobes there is a color temperature variance as you move throughout the power levels. This can be up to 200k either way. With the pro, it's a small variance of 75k which puts it closer to/on par with the Profoto B1x. For major shoots, pros, studios, whatever: it's significant.
Recycling time is also a lot faster on the Pro. The AD600B is roughly 0.01-2.5s while the Pro is 0.01-0.9s. You'll notice this most when you shoot with higher power levels.
Pro has a 38w LED versus AD600B with 10w
The Pro actually has a lower mAH battery; 360 full power flashes for the Pro while the AD600B is 500 (roughly).
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-02-21
Does it support Panasonic GH5 with TTL and HSS features?
Asked by: Diane DG
There currently is not any support for the GH5 TTL and HSS. It currently only supports Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL and Sony systems