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Godox AD100 Pro TTL Pocket Flash

14 reviews

Redefining the Compact Studio Strobe

With 100 watt-seconds, you've got twice the power of a flagship speedlite contained in the size of a Coke can. This dedicated off-camera, TTL, 9 stop, lithium-powered, radio-controlled studio strobe in the form-factor of a soda can is sure to get a double-take from many photographers.  

Incredibly Small

The AD100 Pro is just 524 grams (1.2 pounds) with the battery included.  You can throw it in your pocket or bag, making your photography journey a breeze. Why not go for a 6 pack and make it a party!

The Strobepro Difference

Strobepro is the largest distributor of Godox products in Canada.  Give yourself peace of mind with Strobepro's professional helpful staff, 2-year warranty, and Calgary-based service centre.

High-Performance Battery

The lithium battery that ships with the AD100 Pro will get you 360 full-power flashes on a single charge, and recycles full-power flashes in just 1.5 seconds.  Godox V1 users will be happy to know that the AD100 Pro and V1 use the same battery!

Magnetic Accessories Available

Godox has an extensive ecosystem built around the AK-R1 Accessory Kit.  Like the V1 and AD200 Round Head, the AD100 Pro is able to use these clever, stackable magnetic accessories as well.  Wish this little flash was a bare-bulb-style strobe?  Attach the dome diffuser. Need a small pop of colour? Gels click in place elegantly with no gaffer tape required.  Add an AK-R1 kit to your strobe using the dropdown menu above!


The Godox AD100 Pro supports TTL (automatic flash power) and high-speed sync when an appropriate controlleris connected to your camera.  It's game-ready for your next fast-paced photo adventure.

The Strobepro/Godox Ecosystem

All strobes and flashes that we currently sell can be conveniently controlled through just one X-Series wireless radio controller.  Select one from the dropdown menu if you don't have one already. No receivers required.

S2 Bracket Compatibility

All of your existing Strobepro or Bowens-mount modifiers will work with the AD100 Pro using the optional S2 Bracket.  Toss the bracket in the bag with your modifier, and keep the strobe in its tiny form in your camera bag.


Maximum Watt-Seconds 100
Flash Modes TTL, Manual, Multi
High Speed Sync (HSS)
Yes, up to 1/8000s
Recycle Time 0.01–1.5s
Number of Flashes at Full Power 360
Output Power 9 stops (1/256 to 1/1) in 1/3 or 1/10 increments
Exposure Compensation ±3 stops in 1/3 increments
Colour Temperature 5800K (±200K)
Wireless Modes 2.4 GHz radio (32 channels/5 groups), S1 and S2 optical slave modes
Radio Range 100 m / 328 ft
Display LCD dot-matrix panel
Modelling Light 1.8W LED modelling light with 10 brightness levels
Ports 3.5mm PC Sync
Accessory Mount Type Proprietary magnetic mount (S2 Bracket recommended)
Fan Cooled Yes
Power Source 1 x rechargeable lithium-ion battery (7.2V, 2600mAh)
Battery Indicator On strobe display
Dimensions (main body) 120 x 76 x 76 mm / 4.7" x 3.0" x 3.0"
Weight 524 g / 1.2 lbs (battery included)


-1 x AD100 Pro Strobe
-1 x Battery
-1 x Charger
-1 x USB Cable
-1 x Pivot Bracket with Umbrella Socket
-1 x Carrying Case

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Filter Reviews:
    David L.
    Canada Canada
    Godox AD100Pro

    Very happy with this light...especially in conjuction with the xPro trigger. I mount the AD100Pro from a ceiling mount as a second light. The light flashed all day long with almost a full battery left.

    Strobepro Studio Lighting Godox AD100 Pro TTL Pocket Flash Review
    Christina L.
    Canada Canada
    Packs a punch

    This strobe aims high and packs a punch for its small stature. Great for run and gun shoots on location and easy to use alone when I don’t have an assistant. Worth the $$$.

    Strobepro Studio Lighting Godox AD100 Pro TTL Pocket Flash Review
    Kenneth C.
    Canada Canada
    easy service

    great flash, very easy to use. great upgrade from my strobes

    Crystal M.
    Canada Canada
    Great little toy…or tool

    Such a fantastic little strobe. Fits in the purse just in case I want to use it day to day, which opens all kinds of opportunities! I’ve used this to create effects in videos, or light traditionally. I’m a big fan of the grid and easy to use gels.

    Bruce W.
    Canada Canada
    Title: A great little mini strobe

    Off-camera flash has evolved a lot since I bought my first hotshoe flash a dozen years ago. This little device is pretty brilliant, really. In exchange for doing away with the hotshoe mount entirely you get a sturdy builtin (but removable) umbrella stand adapter. Its form-factor is extremely well thought out and it's super flexible and adaptable as well as looking and feeling solid. It amounts to being a very capable mini strobe. Good stuff: - 1/10th stop power adjustment is a godsend - well integrated with the Godox XPro remote trigger - modifier attachments (gels, grids, domes, etc.) are trivially added or removed magnetically, and can be stacked - fits nicely into the S2 Bowens mount bracket adapter - very fast recycling; beep is really nice Not so good: - I experienced some mis-fires (2.5%) -- this seems to be compatibility issues between the XPro-P trigger and my Pentax body though - tiny, hard to read text on buttons and body -- I can't use this thing by feel; I have to wear my reading glasses to use it - as shipped, the two knobs on the umbrella adapter can and do interfere with each other turning at any angle of the knuckle -- readily fixed by shifting the baby pin knob to the opposite side of socket. - it took me a while to find the manual which is tucked into the almost completely opaque pocket in the lid of its travelling case. I used it in a StrobePro 25 inch beauty dish + grid, Bowens speedring, installed in the S2 Godox adapter. Despite shooting 80 frames at 1/4 power fairly quickly the fan never came on and it stayed pretty cool. See attached photo. f/4, 1/125th sec, ISO 100. When it comes time to upgrade my other older flashes I will definitely be getting more of these little units.

    Strobepro Studio Lighting Godox AD100 Pro TTL Pocket Flash Review