The X600II TTL is truly a breakthrough in studio strobe lighting technology. Never before have so many features been packed into a battery powered strobe. TTL (Automatic Mode) Built-in wireless with full control for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fuji, Panasonic and Olympus. HSS up to 1/8000s, 9 stops of power adjustment (1/256-1/1), 1st & 2nd curtain sync, firmware upgradable and the list goes on. The Strobepro X600II TTL destroys the competition with features and reliability.
The Strobepro Difference
Your Strobepro X600ii TTL is built to the same specifications as the critically acclaimed Godox AD600B, but with the added benefit of Strobepro's 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.
Automatic TTL for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fuji, Panasonic, Olympus
Tired of adjusting settings in tough lighting conditions? Then let the X600II TTL do it automatically for you. Set it to TLL mode and fire away with perfect exposures in any lighting condition. Weddings, party's, or outdoors, TTL is a lifesaver.
The advanced lithium battery made by Panasonic gives enough power for all day shooting. The X600II TTL will give you 450 full power shots. Who shoots at full power all day? Real life mixed shooting is close to 1000 shots per charge.
Strobepro X Series Wireless
One controller to rule them all. With it's built in receiver all you need is the Strobepro XT Controller for full TTL & HSS remote power control up to 300 feet away. In addition, the XT controller will control any Strobepro X60 Speedlites (manual or TTL) and all 2017 Strobepro studio strobes.
2 Year Strobepro Warranty
Ever had a problem with something you've bought online overseas? Good luck getting that fixed. We're a Canadian company with a Canadian warranty, right here in Calgary. Your X600II TTL is backed by our Strobepro 2 year warranty. Plus most orders shipped same day will be in your hands within 4 days anywhere across the country. All backed by our full support team.
9 Stop Power Range
Dialing down all the way to 1/256 power allows you to shoot wide open with even your fastest glass. 600 watts of power on the other end allows you to overpower the sun, even in mid day. From babies to fast action outdoor sports, you're covered.
HSS (High Speed Sync)
Finally HSS is built right into the strobe. No more receivers necessary. Pick up the Strobepro XT transmitter for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm, Panasonic or Olympus and you've got the ultimate setup.
You've got 5 groups and 32 channels of wireless bliss. Easily control power across all your X Series strobes and speedlites.
No power wires, no receiver wires, gone, outta here. Experience the freedom that shooting with no wires creates. Seriously, it will change the way you shoot forever.
The X600II TTL is dead accurate across the entire power range. Stable power output, accurate colour temperature, professional results.
LED Modelling Lamp
The LED modelling lamp is adjustable in 3 levels.
Fits All Modifiers
The X600II TTL fits all Strobepro and Bowens modifiers.
The micro USB port makes firmware upgrades easy. When we release a new update, you're covered.
Great support from strobe pro!
First time using the light, so I only wanted to use it for a kicker light. Used my old triggering system, and used the optical ***** capability of the X600. Worked very well once the rep and I figured out I needed to increase the power on my main light for the optical ***** to see it. Not a big deal as it was in studio for a group of 6 so had to increase the f/stop from what I usually shoot in studio, but the increased f/stop helped to get the whole group in focus!
Loved the how having it run on battery allowed me to move it around the studio without tripping over cords, and it was not nearly as heavy as my other strobe.
Can't say enough about this strobe, great build quality, powerful and very consistent on eTTL. It's a game changer for a lot of photogs. Fabulous service from Strobepro also, what can more can you ask for?