TTL studio flashes: what are your options?

A list of every TTL studio flash available.

Godox Witstro AD600

This article aims to list every TTL photographic studio flash on the market. It will be updated regularly.

Godox Witstro AD600Bowens XMT 500

Through-the-lens exposure metering (TTL) is no longer a feature exclusive to shoe-mount flash units or speedlights. A number of different manufacturers have introduced full-sized studio lights — either mains or battery powered — with support for automatic TTL metering, wireless power adjustment and even high-speed sync (HSS) letting you use flash at fast shutter speeds.

Is there something missing? Have you got thoughts/experience using any of these products? Let us know in the comments below.

David Selby
Based in the West Midlands, UK, David Selby is editor of Lighting Rumours, a part-time photographer and a statistics PhD student.
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  • Jos

    Great! Nice list. Now someone should make an Exell sheet with the comparisons :). Or even better, review them all at once 🙂

  • Missing the Jinbei HD610.

  • The Flashpoint is a rebadged Godox Witstro AD600.

  • jonatan hernandez

    you missing the triopo F1-400 for example, and worth to mention that there is a few more interesting options without TTL like the broncolor siros L or the priolite. TTL is useless anyway.

  • Paul

    Godox Quicker Series II
    http://www.godox.com/EN/Products_Studio_Flash_QTII_Series.html

    Also I found out that you will be able to have an ac adapter for the AD600, best of both world

    http://www.adorama.com/fpppx600ac.html?utm_source=rflaid912964

  • Jim Gormley

    Id love someone to take them all apart and compare the components.
    Ive spent weeks trying to decide which lamps to buy to light a huge white cove. I need colour consistency, fast flash duration 6000+ , fast recycle times even at high power, and reliability ! I am not too worried about TTL.