Adopts Godox wireless X-system Build-in 2.4G wireless transmission Superior performance Faster recycle time-Even light illumination-Large size LCD panel With flash overheat automatic protection function. When used with X1 TTL Wireless Flash Trigger (Sold Separately), can remotely trigger the TT600 flash and control the manual output, offering better user experience. High-speed sync (HSS): Can realize high speed sync when used with Godox Cell-II trigger or X1C/X1N TTL wireless trigger (Sold Separately), the max speed can up to 1/8000s (Depend on the cameras).It's particularly convenient when using the aperture to fill flash on portrait preferentially. Please note: The TT600 can NOT realize HSS when used on camera hot shoe. Support M /S1/ S2 modes, 20-200m auto/manual zooming. With C.Fn custom function settings. With flash overheat automatic protection function. Specifications: Guide No.(1/1 output @200mm):GN60 (m ISO 100) Vertical Rotate Angle:-7°- 90° Horizontal Rotate Angle:0 - 360° Power Supply:Ni-MH batteries (recommend) or 4*LR6 alkaline batteries Full Power flash times:Approx.230 times (2500mA Ni-MH batteries used) Recycling Time:Approx.0.1-2.6s (eneloop Ni-MH batteries of Panasonics used) Flash-ready Indicator:LED red indicator lights when the flash is ready to work Flash Duration:1/300s - 1/20000s Color temperature:5600±200K Wireless Function:Supports wireless Master & Slave function, Off Controlled slave group 5 Groups: A, B, C, D, E Wireless trigger distance:100m(2.4G wireless)
In The Box
1 Godox Thinklite TT600 Flash, 1 Protection Bag, 1 Mini Stand, 1 User Manual
TT-600 Speedlite Flash with Built-in 2.4G Wireless Transmission for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Olympus and other Digital Cameras with Standard Hot-shoe
GN60 (m ISO 100)
1/300s - 1/20000s
5600 ± 200K
Wireless trigger distance:100m(2.4G wireless), Channels:1~32, Dimensions:64*76*190mm, Net Weight:400g (Battery not included).
Ratings & Reviews
12 Ratings &
Waste of money!
Battery channel is so narrow that any rechargeable battery (over 1900 mAh) is getting stucked into it. Highly unlikely situation occurs while removing batteries