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Pre-Order and get a $25 Strobepro Gift Card automatically. Our AD1200 Pro Strobes are currently on order and expected to start arriving mid-August. Any order containing an AD1200 Pro will only be shipped once stock is available. You will be notified with your tracking number as soon as stock arrives.
Our Most Powerful Battery Strobe Yet
The AD1200 Pro has a massive 1200 W*s maximum output, perfect for heavily stopped down shooting or HSS. Its massive 36V 5200mAh is capable of recycling the full power in less than 2 seconds and providing 400+ full power shots on one charge. That means roughly 1 second to recycle 600W*s, and 800+ shots on a single charge at that power!
Pack and Head Design
When strobes get this powerful, the added size and weight of capacitors and heat-syncs makes a pack and head the best choice. The lightweight head is mounted on your stand, and the heavy pack with the bulk of the fans and hardware remains on the ground. In addition to helping you manage weight on your stands, the pack remains easily accessible if you want to check battery life, reassign flash groups or channels, etc.
THE STROBEPRO DIFFERENCE
When you buy your Godox AD1200 Pro from us, you get our industry leading support. Strobepro is the largest distributor of Godox products in Canada. Give yourself peace of mind with Strobepro's helpful staff, 2 year warranty, and Calgary based service centre.
Bright LED Modelling Light
The 40W COB LED modelling light is bright enough to be considered a true replacement for a traditional tungsten modelling lamp. If you shoot both stills and video, this modelling light could even be used as a supplementary video light with all of the modifier options that the Bowens mount provides.
TTL and High Speed Sync (HSS)
The Godox AD1200 Pro supports TTL and HSS on any of the camera systems we currently support, as long as the correct controller is mounted on your camera (Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sony, Olympus/Panasonic, and Pentax).
9 STOP POWER RANGE
Even though this light has a huge maximum power, it is able to dial down 9 full stops to 1/256 of its output if you need a low power pop. The Godox AD1200 Pro can be used in any scenario.
FITS ALL MODIFIERS
The Godox AD1200 Pro fits all Strobepro and Bowens modifiers.
124m at ISO 100 (Standard 7" Reflector)
Number of Flashes at Full Power
9 steps: 1/1 to 1/256
Manual; ±3 stops in 1/3 increments
5600K (±200K) Stable color temperature mode reduces variation to ±75K across entire power range
2.4 GHz radio transmission (compatible with Canon E-TTL II, Nikon i-TTL, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, and Fujifilm) Functions: Slave, off 5 groups, 32 channels
328' (100 m)
LCD dot-matrix panel
LED, 40W / 4800K / TLIC: 93
1 x 3.5mm sync cord 1 x wireless control port 1 x USB Type-C
Accessory Mount Type
Yes (both pack and head)
1 x rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (36V, 5200MAh)
(Alternative smaller capacity battery that complies with air travel will also be made available separately at a future date)
Approx. 10"x10"x7" (pack) and 9"x8"x5" (head with reflector)
Bought this as part of the summer bundle. An extremely good price.
This pack and head system really is everything I hoped it would be. Build quality is easily on par with Profoto.
Light quality is excellent and stable. Flash duration is as good as it gets.
Basically the whole package just screams quality.
Right now this is being used mainly with a 120cm para and the focussing rod and the fact that the lamp head is so light I have no worries about sending it out on a boom.
I will be getting another one and I'll hope that Godox decides to make a pack that can accommodate two (or more) heads.
If you don't think you need this much power....why not? !
There was a small concern with the packaging of my unit but Strobepro sorted it out within 48 hours. I don't really shop anywhere else now.
Just received this light, impressed by the build quality, didn't have to use it full power so far.
My only disappointment so far is the lack of a complete user guide, basic operations are very simple but some options like the UNITS and ALT options will remain a mystery to me until someone makes a complete guide.