Adorama’s in-house brand, Flashpoint, has announced the R2 remote lighting system, a portable flash series that includes battery-powered monolights, flashguns and radio triggers. The R2 line is a rebrand of Godox’s popular Witstro system.
- Flashpoint Xplor 600, also known as the Godox Witstro AD600, a portable studio flash with TTL and HSS support for Canon and Nikon. $600 for an HSS only (non-TTL) version; $749 for the TTL model.
- Flashpoint R2 Streaklight 360 TTL, a rebranded Godox Witstro AD360-II, a bare-bulb shoe-mount TTL flash for Canon and Nikon. $520 with battery pack.
- Flashpoint R2 Zoom Li-ion, Adorama’s name for the Ving, a conventional speedlight that is powered by lithium-ion batteries for longer life and faster recycle times. $180 each.
- Flashpoint R2 TTL transmitter and receiver, a set of TTL triggers for Canon, Nikon and Sony (rebadged Godox X1). Priced $80.
- Flashpoint R2 Bridge Receivers, plug-in radio modules to add radio support to older Witstro and Godox flashes. Priced $20 each.
According to Adorama, “Flashpoint’s R2 wireless flash system utilizes an advanced 2.4GHz radio to control a range of Flashpoint lighting products. The system unifies these products and allows for remote controlling with easy-to-use buttons, reliable channel triggering, group mode selectivity, HSS and LCD panels that clearly display the status of all remote R2-compliant lighting tools being used. It is the latest in remote lighting innovation and is the perfect solution for any photography situation.”
For more information, visit the Adorama web site.