This new kit from Strobepro comes with a powerful main light (choose from four options) and two highly portable AD200 Pro strobes to act as your supplementary light sources. You'll be able to achieve a variety of three-point lighting setups in the studio and on location alike.
Who is this for?
Just about anyone who puts in long days on location, or would prefer not to run wires in the studio. Explore the creative potential of three-point lighting without limits!
With an optional (but highly recommended) X Series radio controller, you will have full and independent control of each of your lights from atop your camera. The receivers are built into the lights, so no need for dangly bits. XT Pro controllers are available for Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, and Pentax cameras.
Endless options for modifiers
Your main light uses the popular and reliable Bowens mount and has a built-in umbrella socket. The included Speedlite Flash Brackets give your AD200 Pro strobes the same functionality.
Portable and powerful
No more running extension cords. Our contemporary battery strobes have all the power without all the heft. This kit comes with our Ultimate Traveller Gear bag where you'll find room to spare for camera bodies and lenses.
All of the lights in this kit support high speed sync (HSS). Just make sure you select the appropriate controller for your camera from the dropdown.
- One of the following (Choose from dropdown):
Godox AD400 Pro
Godox AD600 Pro
-2 x AD200 Pro Battery Strobe -2 x Protection Cover for AD200 Pro -2 x S2 Bracket -1 x Ultimate Traveller Gear Bag
-1 x XPro Controller (Choose from dropdown)
Note: This kit previously sold with our X200 Strobes and S1 brackets. It now includes the updated AD200 Pro and S2 Brackets, which is not yet reflected in the product images.
I just try the flash
I’m in renovation so I didn’t open all the box before this morning
I put all the battery on charge and I have one of my ad200 pro didn’t work at all
The charger work with my other battery so it’s one battery
I shoot tomorrow