PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS: Powerful 300Ws – GN80, ISO 100 at 28mm Zoom Equivalent (Standard Reflector) Flash Modes – ETTL / M / Multi HSS to 1/8000th FEC / FEB – 1/3rd Increments (±3 Stops) FEL (Flash Exposure Lock) Manual Flash – 1/128 – 1/1 Output (1/3rd Increments) Godox 2.4GHz X Radio System ETTL Radio Master Mode ETTL & ITTL Radio Slave Mode (Auto Switching) Range – 100m + with X1 as Transmitter Range – 70m+ with AD360II-C as Transmitter Ratio Group Mode – A / B / C 32 Channels Canon Optic Wireless Master & Slave Modes Ratio Group Mode – A / B / C 4 Channels Head Swivel 0 – 270 Degrees, Head Tilt -15 – 90 Degrees Large Dot Matrix LCD Display AF Assist Light (Automatic) 450 Full Power Flashes (With BP960 Battery Pack) 0.05 – 4.5 Second Recycle Time (Halved With 2 Into 1 Battery Cord) Modeling flash Custom Functions Auto Memory Function Micro USB Port for Firmware Upgrades USB Port Receiver Socket (For FTR-16 etc) PC Sync Port 3.5mm Sync Port DESCRIPTION: Godox have announced the long awaited and very much anticipated AD360II-C, TTL version of their popular Witstro bare bulb flash units, with both Master and Slave capability built-in via 2.4GHz radio transceivers. And early AD360II-C listings have already started to appear on Ebay from around $500 with shipping. Not only do the AD360II-C provide both ETTL radio Master and Slave modes for Canon, they also provide an auto switching ITTL radio Slave mode for Nikon as well. So both Canon and Nikon camera systems can be used with the same off camera AD360II-C slave flashes. The AD360II-C automatically switching between Canon and Nikon Slave modes as required. UPDATE – From firmware V2.6 onwards, Sony radio Slave mode has been added to the AD360II-C as well. The AD360II-C also combine with the new Godox X1-C TTL flash triggers used as transmitter units on the camera. (And X1-N transmitters for Nikon once they are available). Though possibly a little on the heavy side, the AD360II-C can be used as a powerful fully featured TTL and HSS enabled on-camera flash, including an automatic AF assist light. At the same time acting as a Master interface to control a number of AD360II-C or TT685C Speedlites off-camera, with either ETTL or Remote Manual power settings. The new Godox X1-C TTL flash triggers, can be combined with the AD360II-C as as transmitter units on the camera, providing a more advanced user interface (allowing Manual And TTL groups to be mixed together). The X1 used as transmitter also provide a boost in range over the AD360II-C used as transmitter (around 100m Vs 70m). The AD360II-C also now provide a second Micro USB port for firmware updates, on top of the original USB port used to accommodate the FTR-16 clip on receivers from the original Remote Manual Witstro light
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