New: Flashpoint XPLOR 600PRO TTL Monolight


Just announced: new Flashpoint XPLOR 600PRO TTL battery-powered monolight with built-in R2 2.4GHz radio remote system (Bowens mount) - Godox AD600 Pro (previously leaked here):

TTL
Wireless TTL Precision
Recognizes Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus and Panasonic
Simultaneous TTL with Multi Camera Systems
Fine tune exposure in 1/3 stops

R2
The Finest Family of Remote
Extensive Range of Compatible R2 Devices
Ultrareliable Responsive Wireless
Stable Distant Signal Range to 262’

HSS
High Speed Sync to 1/8000s
Sunlight Control Master even in TTL Mode
Overcomes Excessive Ambient Light
Outdoor Environmental Lighting Champ

Battery
Massive Capacity Lithium Battery Pack
Up to 370 Full Power Flashes
Less than 2 Hour Recharge
Convenient and Fast Pack Mount

Recycle
Blazing fast 0.01 to 0.9s Recycle
Full Power Ready as fast as AC
Speed and Dependability for Every Shot
Never Miss the Action

Power
600WS of Real Monolight Power
Wide 9 f/stop Range in 25 Steps
Designed for Cool Fan Operation
Portable Professional Output

LED
Sterling Bright 38W LED
400W Tungsten Equivalent Performance
Proportional, Variable and Synced Modes
Links to Recycle to Signal Ready to Fire

Customize
Performs to Peak Under Your Direction
Special Rigid Color Temp Mode
Auto Mask for Imaging Software
Specify the Slave Sensitivity

3-Year Warranty

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  • Luboš

    and that is really good. definitely will get one. For outdoor photography as per features for the $ is outstanding. Even for Indoor.

  • Spy Black

    I hope they also keep the earlier models. They’re still quite good, especially indoors in studio environments, and they’re significantly cheaper. Their entire Li-ion lighting system is great I think.

  • Aditya Gupta

    That gif is lit.

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  • Mike

    Awesome. I’ve slowly switched all my lighting to Godox. So this puts a smile on my face.

  • Zigi Putnins

    can it be ac powered? and what type of battery?

    • Luboš

      The non Pro version have AC power option and it is 100-240V.

      • Zigi Putnins

        I was asking about this one (600 pro ttl)

  • Neopulse

    This or the Orlit Rovelight 610?

  • Florian

    Hey, is there any any comparison table with the normal/previous version?

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