New Godox XPro II (2023) radio controller for Nikon, Sony, and Canon



       
It seems that Godox is about to update their X-Pro radio trigger – the new Godox XPro II (2023) radio controller is not been officially announced yet, but it is already listed online for Nikon, Sony, and Canon TTL systems (in the US Godox is sold at Amazon and B&H). Additional information:

What’s Different From Version 1?

  • Improved compatibility for mirrorless cameras
  • New flip lock mounting mechanism
  • Save user setting to 5 different memory slots for recall later
  • New individual modelling lamp control (adjust the modelling lamp of each light separately in Proportional and Percentage)
  • Update firmware through USB-C on PC or Mac with Godox V3 utility
  • Channel scan function (scan your location for the least amount of interference)
  • New Sekonic L-858 integration (fire your lights from your Sekonic L858 meter)
  • Improved TCM function (Convert TTL flash exposures to manual power settings, now with more Godox strobes supported)
  • New menu interface

Specifications:

Compatibility  Works with most Nikon cameras.
Power supply 2*AA batteries
Flash Exposure Control
TTL autoflash Yes
Manual flash Yes
Stroboscopic flash (Multi) Yes
Functions
High-speed sync Yes
Second- curtain sync Yes (Set on camera)
Flash exposure compensation ±3EV(exposure value), adjustable in 1/3 EV increment
Flash exposure lock Yes
Focus assist Yes
Modelling lamp flash Control the modelling lamp flash by flash trigger
Beeper Control the flash recycle beep ON/OFF
Wireless Shutter The receiver end can control the camera shooting through the 2.5mm sync cord jack
ZOOM setting Adjust the ZOOM value by the transmitter from 24 to 200
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
Display Large LCD panel, backlighting ON or OFF
Wireless Flash
Transmission range (approx.) 0-100m
Built-in wireless 2.4GHz
Modulation mode MSK
Channel 32
Wireless ID 01-99
Group 16
Other
Dimension 95mm*62mm*49mm
Net Weight 93g
2.4G Wireless Frequency Range 2413.0MHz-2464.5MHz
Bluetooth Transmission Frequency 2402.00MHz -2480.00MHz
Max. Transmitting Power 5dbm

Source: Strobepro

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