Not sure which controller to get? The XPROII is the newest option and best choice for the majority of users. The large, upward-tilted display with dedicated buttons makes managing your flash groups easy. If you need a pass-through hotshoe, go for theX2T-Ninstead.
What's Different From Version 1?
Improved compatibility for mirrorless cameras
New flip lock mounting mechanism
Save user setting to 5 different memory slots for recall later
New individual modelling lamp control (adjust the modelling lamp of each light separately in Proportional and Percentage)
Update firmware through USB-C on PC or Mac with Godox V3 utility
Channel scan function (scan your location for the least amount of interference)
New Sekonic L-858 integration (fire your lights from your Sekonic L858 meter)
Improved TCM function (Convert TTL flash exposures to manual power settings, now with more Godox strobes supported)
New menu interface
The Strobepro Difference
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 with our industry-leading support.
The Best Controller System on the Market
Godox has been leading the wireless remote game for years now. It is simply the easiest and most reliable triggering system on the market. One controller works on all Godox X series lights. From your XPROII remote you'll be able to control speedlites, battery strobes and studio strobes quickly and easily. Just match the channel and group and you're good to go.
Control Manual, TTL, Multi and High Speed Sync
Easily switch between the different modes of your light. Choose Manual mode to be in full control, or choose TTL to let your camera take over. Enable multi-mode, disable flash groups, or shoot at up to 1/8000 s in HSS mode. This controller does it all!
*Please note not all Godox lights are TTL, Multi and HSS compatible.
With the addition of Bluetooth, the XPROII can now interface with the Godox Flash App. Connect the XPROII to your smartphone and get full control over your flashes directly from your phone. You can even use your phone as the camera and fire your lights (your mileage may vary depending on your exact model of smartphone).
Use As Remote Shutter Release
Pick up an optional X1R Receiver and you can use your XPROII to remotely trigger your camera's shutter. Please note that you'll need the camera cable that comes with the X1R as well.
Works with most Nikon cameras.
Flash Exposure Control
Stroboscopic flash (Multi)
Second- curtain sync
Yes (Set on camera)
Flash exposure compensation
±3EV(exposure value）, adjustable in 1/3 EV increment
Flash exposure lock
Modelling lamp flash
Control the modelling lamp flash by flash trigger
Control the flash recycle beep ON/OFF
The receiver end can control the camera shooting through the 2.5mm sync cord jack
Adjust the ZOOM value by the transmitter from 24 to 200
Transform the TTL shooting value into the output value in the M mode
Upgrade through the Type-C USB port
Settings will be stored 2 seconds after last operation and recover after a restart
Large LCD panel, backlighting ON or OFF
Transmission range (approx.)
2.4G Wireless Frequency Range
Bluetooth Transmission Frequency
Max. Transmitting Power
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Only had a couple weeks and already love it. First being able to look down to see my settings and second being able to use only single pin firing so I can control my white balance better in architectural work
I used it for the first time today on a session…feels sturdier than version 1, and love the placement of the group buttons, plus all the additional features! You also cannot beat Strobepro’s customer service!
I purchased this to replace my older Xpro trigger, and I’m overall happy with my decision.
What I like most about this version is its new locking mechanism, as well as its ability to scan channels for the best communication link. Those two features alone make it a no-brainer upgrade for me. I've yet to use it seamlessly with a Sekonic L-858 Light Meter, but I hope to begin using that feature extensively and soon once I add that element into my workflow. I am currently using a much older Sekonic L-358 meter which I don't believe has a radio transmission module available for godox lights (but I could be wrong and need to research that further).
I also like how the XPro II now adds TCM firmware compatibility for my AD1200Pro, which my older XPro trigger (version 2.0) did not. However, the only reason I'm giving this four stars instead of five is that my older Xpro was able to convert TTL to Manual readings by just holding down the magnifying glass/TCM button. While converting TTL readings to Manual is still possible with the XProII, as Jesse explains in his awesome instructional video at the 49:40 mark, the newer trigger now requires two button presses whereas only one was needed before. Just some negative learning at my end that cost this otherwise great tool a shiny star. However, as Jesse aptly notes, this feature was perhaps less likely used by most, and thus maybe the physical change by Godox. Yet, in the cases where I was using this TCM feature, the context was almost always in a fast changing lighting situation, so having one button to make quick conversions (for manual refinement) over two would be more preferable for me.
I started out using different triggers sold by Strobepro years ago and I'm glad to have upgraded to the Godox XPROII-N. Although it's not completely intuitive, Strobepro provides excellent instruction videos on how to use the equipment they sell. I am eager to try out the high speed sync function and other features not available on the previous triggers I used.