- The AD600B Witstro TTL All-In-One Outdoor Flash from Godox is a versatile tool compatible with several TTL systems, including Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL, Sony, and Panasonic.
- It offers up to 600Ws with nine steps of output power, ranging from 1/1 to 1/256, and comes with a powerful 11.1V /8700mAh lithium-ion battery pack that provides up to 500 full-power flashes.
- Alternatively, you can run the monolight on AC power with an optional adapter for situations where portability is not a concern.
- A useful and interesting feature is its dual-head connection option. Two AD600 flash heads can be mounted to a separately purchased H1200 portable flash head to jack up the power to 1200Ws.
- The AD600B features a high-speed sync mode that works with shutter speeds up to 1/8000 second to control background light intensity, and offers flash durations from 1/220 to 1/10,000 second for stopping action.
- Part of Godox’s wireless system, the AD600B has an onboard 2.4 GHz X System that allows wireless triggering at distances up to 262′ with the purchase of a Godox transmitter.
- The flash head has a Bowens-type front accessory mount that not only makes it compatible with Godox accessories, but also with light shapers from the many manufacturers that use this popular mount.
- 2.4 GHz wireless system with a range of 262′ / 80m, featuring five controllable slave groups and 32 channels
- Guide number of 285′ at ISO 100
- Can work as an optical slave with S1 and S2 modes
- Color temperature of 5600K (±200K)
- 3.5mm sync cord slot for direct connection, wireless control port, and USB port for firmware upgrades
- First curtain and second curtain sync modes
- Dot-matrix LCD display for on-board control
- Bowens-type mount for use with compatible accessories
- 600Ws Monolight, Li-Ion Battery Powered
- Up to 500 Full-Power Flashes per Charge
- Compatible w/ Most Major TTL Systems
- Built-In 2.4 GHz Wireless X System
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