XProN TTL Wireless Flash Trigger cannot only control the flashes with built-in Godox wireless X system, e.g. camera flashes, outdoor flashes and studio flashes, but also can control the Nikon original flashes, when used in combination with the X1R-N Receiver. Featuring multi-channel triggering and stable signal transmission, this flash trigger applies to hot shoe mounted Nikon series cameras.
Built-in Godox 2.4G Wireless X System with Versatile Uses:
As a Wireless Godox Flash Trigger (for camera flash, outdoor flash and studio flash)
As a Wireless Nikon Speedlights Trigger
As a Wireless Shutter Release Trigger
As a Flash (without Godox X system) Trigger with 2.5mm Sync Cord Jack
Support i-TTL Autoflash and Professional Functions:
16 groups and 32 channels to wirelessly control and trigger. Add 01 to 99 wireless ID settings, which can only achieve triggering when the channels and wireless IDs of the master and slave unit are set to the same, avoiding signal interference effectively.
Fully support TTL autoflash, 1/8000s high-speed sync, multi flash, manual flash, flash exposure compensation, TCM transform function, magnification function, one-shoot & multi-shoot setting, group modelling lamp control, group zooming, adjusting all groups' output value simultaneously, etc.
TCM transform function can transform the flash value in TTL mode into the power output value in M mode.
Magnification function enables the groups to be switched between the one-goup and multi-group mode.
Outstanding Design, Easy Operation and Great Portability:
Extra large LCD panel, 5 group buttons and 4 function buttons offer convenient manipulation.
Supports Type-C USB firmware upgrade and wireless triggering by 2.5mm sync cord jack.
Xpro-C is quite portable, as it weighs only 80g,
Compatible cameras: Nikon cameras (i-TTL autoflash), Support for the cameras that have a PC sync socket
Power Supply: 2 x AA batteries
Flash Exposure Control
TTL autoflash: i-TTL
Manual flash: Yes
Stroboscopic flash: Yes
High-speed sync: Yes
Second-curtain sync: Yes
Flash exposure compensation: Yes, +- stops in 1/3 stop increments
Flash exposure lock: Yes
Focus assist: Yes
Modelling lamp: Control the modelling lamp by the flash trigger
Beeper: Control the beeper by the flash trigger
Wireless setting: The receiver end can control the camera shooting through the 2.5mm sync cord jack
ZOOM setting: Adjust the ZOOM value by the transmitter
TCM function: Transform the TTL shooting value into the output value in the M mode
Firmware upgrade: Upgrade through the Type-C USB port
Memory function: Settings will be stored 2 seconds after last operation and recover after a restart
Rated 5 out of
Full Wireless Control, Great Quality and PriceSpent quite some time researching wireless flash controllers/speedlights and decided to buy Godox. Purchased in Winnipeg in March 2018 along with Godox TT350N and I use this setup specifically for basic outdoor portraits and interior real estate photography with my D810. Very good quality build and features for a product in this price range. Godox is certainly showing the market they can build a great product at a very competitive price. Very intuitive to use - I set it up quickly to take some basic shots and didn't even have to open up the manual until I dug into the more complicated features like High Speed Sync. This unit supports all of Godox brand speedlights and studio flashes. $250 for a wireless controller and speedlight with HSS can't be beat.
Is this the right trigger for Godox AD600BM manual not ttl? Will it work with the Nikon D4s camera?
Asked by: charlie
No. this item will not work with the AD600BM. You need the X1 trigger to work the the AD600BM.
it will work the the Nikon D4s.
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-07-10
because i will be using light meter so i wanna to know if test/flash button on the transmitter always fire the flash in full power or it will base on the manual power setting on the transmitter?
Asked by: bbgoogoo
The power output will be whatever you have set on the flash as well as the transmitter.
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-06-05
I noticed that it shows that my Nikon D5000 Camera is compatible with the Godox HSS240-N Transmitter. So my question is if I want to fire my Nikon SB700 Speedlite off camera will I need to purchase a X1R-N Receiver?