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.

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.
  • 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

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

  • 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.