Godox Witstro bare-bulb flash system now on sale

The groundbreaking new Witstro location lighting system from Godox has been released for sale online.

Godox Witstro AD180

The groundbreaking new Witstro location lighting system from Godox has been released. The kit — which includes the AD180 and AD360 bare-tube flashguns, Propac PB960 lithium ion battery pack, proprietary 433MHz remote control and various light modifiers — is designed to sit between speedlights and studio lights in power and versatility.

The Godox Witstro AD180 is available on eBay in a $600 bundle (including a PB960 pack), or body only for $420 (£390 and £260 for UK buyers). The big brother model, the super-powerful, heavy duty Witstro AD360, can be found on sale for $800 per set and $620 alone (£505/£392).

You can also buy the battery pack on its own for $200 (£124) and use it with Nikon, Canon or Sony flashguns, just like the earlier PB820 model, should you decide not to buy into the Witstro system.

Please note that the eBay prices will not necessarily dictate what you pay at your local dealer, who may charge more or less. For our first impressions of these devices, have a read of our initial hands-on preview. Our full, in-depth evaluation will be published after our sample units catch up with us on the slow boat from China.

Godox Witstro AD180 and Propac PB960

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