Godox adds Sony TTL, upgrades flashes & studio lights

Godox is building 2.4GHz triggers into many of its flashes, including the Li-ion Ving series. It is also introducing TTL triggering for Sony.

Godox X1S for Sony

Godox has announced a range of updates to its flash lighting product lines.

Sony users will be pleased to hear that there will be an X1S TTL flash trigger for Sony multi-interface flashes and cameras, as well as a Sony version of the TT685 TTL flashgun.

Godox X1S for Sony

The Ving V850 and V860 series lithium-ion flashguns are receiving an upgrade, with the Godox Ving V850II and V860II adding built-in Godox X1 radio receivers. This will let you trigger and adjust the flashes without having to buy and attach a separate receiver. The flashes will also work as radio master/commander on your camera hotshoe, controlling up to three groups.

The Ving V860 II N for Nikon and Ving V860 II C for Canon will provide the full range of TTL capabilities for their respective camera systems. The Ving V850 II is a manual-only flash but still allows high-speed sync support and wireless control of up to five groups.

Godox Ving V860 II

Upgrades are not just limited to small flashes and triggers. Godox’s “Quicker” QT series high-speed studio flashes are being updated. The Quicker QT600II adds a Godox X1-compatible radio receiver, allowing them to be triggered and (we presume) adjusted from an X1 transmitter or flashgun. This adds to the existing key features of the QT600: super fast flash durations for freezing action.

Godox QT 600 II

For more information, visit the Godox web site.

Via FlashHavoc

David Selby
Based in Paris, France, David Selby is editor of Lighting Rumours, a part-time photographer and a quantitative analyst.