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
David is a keen photographer and has been editor of Lighting Rumours since 2010. When not writing about lighting, he works as a data scientist at the University of Manchester, UK.