Godox XPRO-O (Strobepro XT Pro OP) Radio Trigger Controller - Olympus-Panasonic
The Easy Choice
Not sure which controller to get? The XPro is the best option for the majority of users. The large, upward-tilted display makes managing your flash groups easy, particularly if you ever work from a tripod. If you need a pass-through hotshoe, go for the X2T-Oinstead.
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When using TTL speedlites or strobes, you can quickly take a shot in TTL mode and convert the power used in TTL to a manual power settingwith the push of a button. This feature presentsa great alternative to a dedicated light meter.
I bought one XT Pro OP along with the X60OP Speedlite to try out. Much of my work involves product photography and I have been using a combination of Vivitar 285's also Olympus Speedlites and Studio Strobes along with Pocket Wizards.
These all work fine but can be rather cumbersome with Pocket Wizards dangling off of the flash units and a variety of interconnect cables. So the Radio Trigger and the X60OP with built in receivers appealed to me.
This new setup worked as advertised and it's just one less set of connectors and flash units to worry about. I'm now waiting delivery of more XT Pro OP Speedlites.
I’m using this unit with my Olympus OM D E1, Mk2.
Great readout and easy to use. Does all the control of the StrobePro Units I have, as specified.
When the camera is in portrait position on the tripod, it is awkward to view the screen. I think I prefer the rear viewing of your other triggers better in this situation.
For some reason, with this unit attached, the preview that is set up on my camera to show the image taken immediately after the exposure is finished, becomes inconsistent. One time it will show it, the next time it reverts immediately to the present viewing with no delay. As I said, it is inconsistent. Sometimes I can take many shots and there is no problem, then, for no apparent reason, it the camera misbehaves. When the XT Pro OP is removed, everything works as normal.